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Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus

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  • This DVD is put together well. The menu animation is top-notch. On it you will find the complete catalog of music videos released up to and including Mutter: Du riechst so gut, Seemann, Rammstein, Engel, Du hast, Du riechst so gut 98, Stripped, Sonne, Links 2 3 4, Ich Will, Mutter, and Feuer frei! – in that order; neither censored or edited and in their original aspect ratios. The only technical drawback is in the first two music videos where a few lines of distortion appear at the top and bottom of the screen, but are still watchable nonetheless. Du hast, Du riechst so gut 98, Sonne, Links 2 3 4, and Ich Will also have their own, very interesting Making Ofs with interviews contained in them as well. You can access what subtitles you want for the Making Ofs in either German, English, French, Spanish, or Japanese. Live material includes: 1996 “100 Jahre Rammstein” Berlin Arena (Herzeleid, Seemann), 1997 Philipshalle Düsseldorf (Spiel mit mir), 1998 “Rock am Ring” Festival (Heirate mich, Du hast), 1998 “Live aus Berlin” Wuhlheide (re-edited version of Sehnsucht), 2001 “Big Day Out” Festival Sydney (Weißes Fleisch, Asche zu Asche), and 2001 Velodrom Berlin (Ich Will, Links 2 3 4). These are all professionally done. The sound is 2 channel, PCM stereo instead of 5.1 surround for all of them, but the quality stands on its own. Then you have the “Achtung Blitzkrieg!” TV Trailer which just goes to show the height of Rammstein’s international success.Total time: 210 minutes.

    Posted on November 25, 2009