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  • ASIN: B0000658OR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #331,240 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Die Tranen Greiser Kinderchar...und Till begins his plea to spiel mit mir, then you'll see.
The first track is a radio edit of Mutter. It loses a little instrumental and the rest of the piece is for the most part unscathed. The vocoder mix and second track is my favorite. Giving the impression of a spectrum of voices, I envisioned a children's choir in an arched narrow hall, swaying to their harmonies with glowing faces. 5\4, the third track, takes me back to the excitment of first concert I saw as the band members staggered around stage in bright white diapers to find their instruments to play.
The 4th track, the Mutter incubator mix with its gurgles, and boiling bubbles sound effects, takes me on a journey in a microscopic submarine as I bump off tissue and cell walls, bobbing along a briney sea.
This is electronic, industrial dark core as only Rammstein knows how that satisfies their whole audience, from kind who are amazed by their show and storytelling through adults who are amazed by the intricacies of their performance . Rammenfans, don't do without this single, yet another complement and compliment to the full length 'Mutter' CD, the fourth in the series, and a worthwhile purchase.
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By A Customer on May 7 2002
Format: Audio CD
I have been eagerly awaiting this release, and was even more excited when I learned that 5/4 was an instrumental track, which is something totally new for Rammstein. However, the rest of the single isn't worth much, because the remixes are rather bad, and they make the song "mutter" lose all of its luster and meaning. But getting this is worth it for 5/4, which is one of the coolest tracks rammstein has ever recorded
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i have to say the remixes werent that special BUT 5/4 has to be one of the best songs ive ever heard. its just this type of innovative ideas that have made rammstein what they are,buy this, if only for 5/4. it is a track wich is worthy of being put on an album and i have to say i havent heard anything like it
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A long-awaited single finally released June 6 2002
By P. Bjel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This single was released on March 25, 2002, to the relief of waiting Rammstein fans. As I wrote in a previous Rammstein review, it was promised that following the release of the singles SONNE, LINKS 2 3 4 and ICH WILL there would be one more single released off the respective MUTTER album (released April 2, 2001). Looks like this is it: the MUTTER CD single, covering the cover song of their amazing album. During the speculation stage, before the single was even released, fans had to decide whether "Mutter" or "Spieluhr" would be the song chosen for the single, as Rammstein themselves publicly stated it would be either one of those songs. I personally was betting on the latter; apparently I was wrong. Being a cover song does not hamper the originality and integrity of this single. Here is the track listing:
(1) Mutter (Radio Edit) (3:40)
(2) Mutter (Vocoder Mix) (4:32)
(3) 5/4 (5:30)
(4) Mutter (Sono's Inkubator Mix) (7:22)
The previous three singles had five tracks on them, and one of the few minuses of this current one is that it contains only four. Track 1 is simply a shortened (edited) version of the song "Mutter," taking out the soft introduction to the original song, as well as a few other segments of the song; this version is eighty-eight seconds shorter than the original. The lyrics, about a genetically created child seeking revenge "for the mother that never bore me," remain intact. Track 2 probably remains the most unoriginal remix of the song, as the only difference from the original is a lengthier beginning and middle, as well as an "echoed" effect on vocalist Till Lindemann's voice. It is not as bad as Westbam's vocal enhancements on previous Rammstein songs (that is, "Links 2 3 4, Westbam Technoelectro Mix" and "Ich Will, Westbam Mix"). Certainly, it is interesting, but hardly a complete remix of the song. Track 4 is the only other remix of "Mutter" on this single; the only vocals on it are the choral melody, though the electronic hymn is quite catchy; for some reason, I am reminded of Paul van Dyk's remix of "Ich Will" while listening to it.
The crowning point on this single is Track 3, a song called "5/4" ("Fünf Viertel"), which was never released before. During Rammstein's 2001 European tour, this song was played as an intro to their concerts. Before this single, the only other place one could obtain this track was through bootlegs. It is instrumental; the first time its existence became known was on April 16, 2000, at a fan rehearsal concert. The current track is a studio version; unlike the rare live track "Pet Sematary" from the ICH WILL single, it is not performed live. For those who did not see Rammstein on their 2001 European tour, this version is the next best thing. It has a haunting melody that hooks you to the song from the very beginning; drumbeats kick in almost two minutes into the song, picking up the song from there. Smashing guitar riffs top it off. One would wonder why such amazing songs do not make it onto the actual albums that are more readily available!
Truly, it is a pity that this is the alleged final single from the MUTTER album. Then again, it is probably time to move on. For one album and four singles, Rammstein have certainly done a terrific job.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Saved by 5/4 May 7 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have been eagerly awaiting this release, and was even more excited when I learned that 5/4 was an instrumental track, which is something totally new for Rammstein. However, the rest of the single isn't worth much, because the remixes are rather bad, and they make the song "mutter" lose all of its luster and meaning. But getting this is worth it for 5/4, which is one of the coolest tracks rammstein has ever recorded
Mutter Single Review Aug. 1 2002
By Xeno - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Mutter single is a fairly good single from Rammstein. The first track on the CD is the orginal Mutter (Radio Edit) some of the instrumetal sound is cut from the begining, and some from the middle is cut too. Next is Mutter (Vocoder mix) which is just Mutter with Till's voice in a mono weird tone. Next is the best 5/4 the only reason I bought the CD, it is an instrumental track which is played at the start of almost every Mutter tour. This my friends is one of Rammstein's greatest songs. Finally is Mutter (Sono's Inkubator Mix)which is almost entirely instrumenal except for Till saying "Mutter once and a while. All and all I give Mutter the single - IV/V
5/4 is THE track to hear June 25 2002
By Carlos F. Hong Beirute - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i have to say the remixes werent that special BUT 5/4 has to be one of the best songs ive ever heard. its just this type of innovative ideas that have made rammstein what they are,buy this, if only for 5/4. it is a track wich is worthy of being put on an album and i have to say i havent heard anything like it
klatschen-applaud June 25 2002
By Conall Mahoney - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
not only am i a rammstein-aholic, but honestly, i would recommend it to any one who loves the loud, pounding drums, and the heavy riffs of the guitar. 5/4 is exellent! this is a must buy. if you don't have it, get it!

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