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Album Review

With the first Rammstein album you hear, it's hard not to be slightly amazed by the sheer chutzpah of it all. The German lyrics, the prog rock tendencies, the classic metal guitars, and the ridiculous basso profundo vocals — you either fall for it, spurn it, or are utterly bemused by the extremeness of it all. Unless you're a fanatic, it wears a little thin the second time around. And for most listeners, Mutter, the group's third album and sequel to their inexplicable commercial breakthrough Sehnsucht, will be the second time around since it's their first release since becoming a high profile act. Thing is, if you've heard that record, you've pretty much heard Mutter, since all the trademarks are in place, without much noticeable variation. Yes, there are slight differences, chief of which is the cleaner production, which streamlines everything so the guitars don't seem as heavy, the songs not as epic, and the whole enterprise not as ridiculous. That's not the same thing as stripping the group to the basics, however; it's more like wrapping up the music in nice, shiny paper and putting a ribbon on it. That's not really good for a group like Rammstein, but it doesn't dilute their impact, either, because they are what they are and no amount of polish will make them mainstream (nor will it make it possible to take them seriously). So, that does mean that Mutter isn't as good as Sehnsucht, but it isn't a stumble either — and if you liked the first, you'll like this (not the same thing as being amused by the first — in that case, this will try your patience). That still doesn't answer the question whether anybody outside of diehards needs more than one Rammstein album, but that's just a question of personal taste.

Customer Reviews

This is the album I discovered Rammstein with

Simply one of the best albums I have ever heard, an erie haunting track interposed with a powerful industrial gothic rhythm in a one of a kind sound epitomized by Rammstein. I love this album.

Best of Rammstein

This album in my opinion was Rammstein's best. Mutter blows Sehnsucht out of the water with Mein Herz brennt. I think the only reason Sehnsucht got a better rating was because of Du Hast, which I didn't even think was great. This is my favorite band and I've got 4 of their albums. Keep up with the good music!

Highly Flammable and explosive!!!

This German band is pure C6H2(NO2)3CH3 Trinitrotoluene ! Once you download this album you will be hooked and you will more than likely listen to their newer and older albums.
Till Lindemann the lead singer and writer of most of the songs is probably one of the most gifted singers in the world, he posses a unique voice and is able to do so much with it, like very few artists are able to. I don't speak a word of German, and yet I am able to enjoy the musical instruments (which are universal for a real music aficionado) and exuberance of emotions that are the trademark of this band's albums.


Formed: January, 1994 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Rammstein were formed in 1993 by an assembly of factory-weary proletarians raised in East Germany. They took their name (adding an "m") from the location of a German tragedy where 80 people were hurt and killed as the result of a crash during an American Air Force flight show. (The literal translation of "ram stein" is a battering ram made of stone.) Word of Rammstein's horror/romanticist blend of theater and music — one-time Olympic swimmer Till Lindemann would sing entire songs engulfed in...
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Mutter, Rammstein
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Metal
  • Released: Apr 03, 2001

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