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Mutter


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  • Audio CD (April 3 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00005AAFS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,076 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Mein Herz brennt
2. Links 234
3. Sonne
4. Ich will
5. Feuer frei!
6. Mutter
7. Spieluhr
8. Zwitter
9. Rein raus
10. Adios
11. Nebel

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Formed in Germany in 1994, this industrial rock six-piece gained notoriety when they were found to be fave raves of the Columbine High School killers. Mutter is the studio follow-up to 1998s platinum-selling Sehnsucht, and a very menacing beast it is too. Vocalist Till Lindermann delivers growling German lyrics over a melange of explosive guitar, pared-down bass and juddering drums. But these 11 tracks are not all nu-metal stomp rock, as every so often the aural assault is broken by quivering flights of fragile pop melody. Songs like Spieluhr and Mutter are reminiscent of early 1980s synth-pop merchants such as OMD, proving that under the Teutonic Nine Inch Nails exterior lies a streak of lofty romance. --Lucy O'Brien

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessicka on May 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Rammstein's music is a breath of fresh air in a genre of music that has constantly tried to conform itself and repeat. But appearntly the germans are really the masters of metal music, and Rammstein really proves this. I began getting interested with german and Norwegian music with the band Dimmu Borgir, and now i find that the language is an intrigal part in the music itself. The fact that the songs are all sung in thier native language will not detour you but intrigue you and make you want to sing along with the harsh lyrics. The music itself is dark, heavy, very eerie and i think indeed very gothic. The guitar style is heavy enough to knock you off your chair, the vocalist can make his voice low and dramitic without sounding overtried or corny like Slipknot, and the keyboards add the icing to the cake with their creepy keys. One of my favorite songs on here would be 'Mutter,' a sad song about a man filled with hate who has no real mother. Another good hit is the song 'Ich will,' the fast paced metal stopmer laden with shouting crowds and awesome creepy keyboards that makes the song something that teenagers would gladly love to scare the hell out of thier parents with. But then agian, isnt scary something you would just expect from a group of ex-factory worker German headbangers clad with strap-on dildoes who like to set people on fire?
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Format: Audio CD
Rammstein is one of those bands that deserves more attention then it currently has. Some may claim that this disc is nu-metal, since of the electronic samplings, but that is a complete and utter lie. This CD only contains elements of hard rock, which isn't heard to often in the 2000-2008 era.

Not to mention they are backed up by an ocrestra this time, so when you hear My Heart Burns [track 1] you know that you are going to experience something great.

Left 2, 3, 4, I want, and Fire Away are straight up rocking tracks, which are the most popular, but there are plenty others. Not to mention that they are intersting throughout with no filler... another thing which is rare in industrial rock bands of today.

But the band proves they have some humor... in hermophodite, the song is exactly what it says, quite a hilarious listen, the meaning is "when someone told me to f--k myself, that's what I did"

But the best song on here is Nebel (I think the English translation is goodbye, but I don't know) the song is about a woman suffering from breast cancer, but doesn't have the strength to tell her counterpart. She gives him a last kiss, while passing away on a beach. The man tries to forget, but he can't. Nebel is the best song that Rammstein has made up to this date.

So, yes. This Rammstein album is the best one they made, showing that they aren't just a one hit wonder, of course they never were, but some people treat them that way. Which is unfortunate, like I said, this band deserves more recognition.

If you want a harder rocking approach with less electronic noises, I would check out Reise Reise, but be warned; it is more watered down.

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I do not know where to start. There is not a single bad track on the entire album.
The first thing you will notice when you listen to Rammstein's "Mutter" is the outstanding musical discipline used to achieve an incredibly "tight" and ammaculate sound.
Mutter is also very melodic. Every song has a definable theme, rather than just a messy sounding jumble of guitars, bass, keyboard and drums.
I might also mention that this is Rammstein's first album to include orchestral strings sections.
[1]MEIN HERZ BRENNT (My Heart Burns): What an opening. The strings provide a deeply cinematic feel, as lead singer Till Lindemann opens with "Nun lieber Kinder, gebt fein acht", translating to "Now dear children, pay attention...". The strings deeper sections come in before bursting into guitars and drums, while the strings, still playing, perform an series of fast scales, coinciding with Rammstein's familiar industrial-sound. This contrast works remarkably well.
[2] LINKS 2 3 4 (Left 2 3 4): The political song of the album, contradicting claims that the are supporters of the Right Wing, or Nazism (The title represents a march). The guitars provide a surprisingly catchy theme and, in my opinion, is one of the most energetic songs on the album.
[3] SONNE (Sun): Rammstein created a guitar riff with this song that always makes me think "why hasn't this been done before?" A beautiful sampling of a wailing choir is heard towards the end, as "the world counts loudly to ten...", and the strong vocals emphasize the song just that much more. Wow.
[4]: ICH WILL (I Want): The song that got me into Rammstein. Within 20 seconds of hearing this song, I decided to buy all their albums! And I am very picky about music! Prior to hearing this, only classical was for me.
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Format: Audio CD
I do not know where to start. There is not a single bad track on the entire album.
The first thing you will notice when you listen to Rammstein's "Mutter" is the outstanding musical discipline used to achieve an incredibly "tight" and ammaculate sound.
Mutter is also very melodic. Every song has a definable theme, rather than just a messy sounding jumble of guitars, bass, keyboard and drums.
I might also mention that this is Rammstein's first album to include orchestral strings sections.
[1]MEIN HERZ BRENNT (My Heart Burns): What an opening. The strings provide a deeply cinematic feel, as lead singer Till Lindemann opens with "Nun lieber Kinder, gebt fein acht", translating to "Now dear children, pay attention...". The strings deeper sections come in before bursting into guitars and drums, while the strings, still playing, perform an series of fast scales, coinciding with Rammstein's familiar industrial-sound. This contrast works remarkably well.
[2] LINKS 2 3 4 (Left 2 3 4): The political song of the album, contradicting claims that the are supporters of the Right Wing, or Nazism (The title represents a march). The guitars provide a surprisingly catchy theme and, in my opinion, is one of the most energetic songs on the album.
[3] SONNE (Sun): Rammstein created a guitar riff with this song that always makes me think "why hasn't this been done before?" A beautiful sampling of a wailing choir is heard towards the end, as "the world counts loudly to ten...", and the strong vocals emphasize the song just that much more. Wow.
[4]: ICH WILL (I Want): The song that got me into Rammstein. Within 20 seconds of hearing this song, I decided to buy all their albums! And I am very picky about music! Prior to hearing this, only classical was for me.
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