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Album Review

To date, Rammstein haven't been able to equal the excitement and power of their breakthrough 1998 album, SEHNSUCHT, and while ROSENROT suffers that fate, there's an EP's worth of brilliance and one track that towers above them all. Just as exciting as their massive hit "Du Hast," "Te Quiero Puta!" is a glorious blend of the group's usual Teutonic crunch and mariachi music that earns the exclamation point in its title. It's loco to hear Rammstein with bright horns and Latin vocalists and just about as odd to hear them with Sharleen Spiteri — lead singer for the classy pop act Texas — whose sweet and somber vocals make "Stirb Nicht Vor Mir (Don't Die Before I Do)" sound very dreamy, very Nightwish. The out of control "Zerstören" and "Benzin," with its biting social commentary on the world's addiction to oil, are the final two tracks for the hypothetical four-star EP, since the rest of ROSENROT sounds a bit too formulaic. Most everything is tense during the verses, then blows up during the choruses, but if there's one area the band has made giant steps, it's with the lyrics. Greed, irresponsible hedonism, and modern-day interpretations of Goethe are touched upon through wordplay and metaphor, all of it lost on the non-Deutsch speaking set. It still doesn't make up for the stale turns the music takes on a good portion of the album, but there are signs that SEHNSUCHT's worthy follow-up is more possible than ever.

Customer Reviews

Sehr spitze!

Alot like the older Rammstein, like Mutter and Sehnsucht. If you liked the Mutter or Sehnsucht album better than the Reise, Reise, then you will LOVE this album. ps for German students, I think the lyrics in this album are pretty easy to understand compared to the others.

Best Rammstein album

Rosenrot is the best album done by Rammstein yet. There are many classic Rammstein songs such as Benzin, Mann gegen Mann, and Zerstoeren, but they also have awesome sentimental slow songs like Strib nicht von mir and Ein Leid. They can't top this album!

Just buy this. It is one of the best albums I have ever heard. And I don't even know German.

No matter what kind of music you like, at least one song on here will appeal to you. You have the hardcore "old Rammstein" stuff like track 1, 2, and 7. You have slower, yet still heavy, ones like 3,4, and 8. You have "moderate" ones like 5, 8, and 10. You have two beautiful ballads "Stirb Nicht Vor Mir" and "Ein Leid." And Te Quiero P**a!..... If you have a bit of spanish knowledge and a low level of maturity, you will find that this song is absolutely hilarious! (Just look at the title, for example...) I always found I could never listen all the way through the older albums without getting tired of them, but this one never gets old, and with the variety in the songs, it's practically begging to be listened to AS AN ALBUM, rather than a bunch of "blow your head off with agression" songs (although, as said before, there are a few of them!).


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 injured and killed as the result of a crash during an American Air Force air 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 spread quickly; one-time Olympic swimmer Till Lindemann would sometimes sing entire...
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Rosenrot, Rammstein
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal, Hard Rock
  • Released: Mar 28, 2006

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