12 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

If there’s one thing Rammstein doesn’t get enough credit for, it’s their sense of humor. Ramping up some of the cabaret leanings of their earlier albums, Liebe ist für alle da is as pummeling as any fan of the band would hope, but with an added wink—just check out the shuffling “Haifisch” or the carnivalesque “Wiener Blut.” Then there’s “Pussy,” a blistering satire of sex tourism featuring some of the band’s only English lyrics—albeit ones a little rough to be reprinted here.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

If there’s one thing Rammstein doesn’t get enough credit for, it’s their sense of humor. Ramping up some of the cabaret leanings of their earlier albums, Liebe ist für alle da is as pummeling as any fan of the band would hope, but with an added wink—just check out the shuffling “Haifisch” or the carnivalesque “Wiener Blut.” Then there’s “Pussy,” a blistering satire of sex tourism featuring some of the band’s only English lyrics—albeit ones a little rough to be reprinted here.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content
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