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    I think "Mutter" is a fantastic album from start to finish. "Reise, Reise" is also pretty damn good mostly, but the rest of their stuff is a bit more on-off for me. Still definitely a band I'd enjoy seeing, and overfall consider pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBot View Post
    I can't recommend their last live blu-ray "Paris" enough. Ive seen them live twice and that disc is about as close as you can get to seeing them live without seeing them live. Its fucking epic.
    It's very cool indeed but the editing is rather frantic.
    Have you seen the 'Amerika' bluray as well?
    It's from the same tour and it's also very very epic!

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    Great choice, especially the bottom one, such a great song.

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    I like the references to Sonne in the end - the glass coffin, and the piano melody

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soopahmahn View Post
    I like the references to Sonne in the end - the glass coffin, and the piano melody
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    Brief exposed boob so NSFW..


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    There music is so simple and predictable, yet I'm bopping my head along every time they do one of those big chunky riffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    There music is so simple and predictable, yet I'm bopping my head along every time they do one of those big chunky riffs.
    To be fair, like 50% of their riffs are lifted straight from Ministry songs. They don't hide it though, they straight up acknowledge it.





    Rammstein is rad though, none of the individual parts (guitar, bass, etc.) are amazing, but as a spectacle they are awesome, and the dude has a great voice, especially on the softer songs like Sonne.

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