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5th Nov '17 11:35:29 PM Nanogon
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* ''Paris'' (2017)
11th Sep '17 12:41:03 AM Skagit
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* BigBeautifulWoman: The video for Mein Land features a number of bathing beauties, one of which is plus sized.


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* BigBeautifulWoman: Mein Land features a number of bathing beauties, one of which is plus sized.


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* GenreThrowback: The first half of "Mein Land" is a parody of teen beach party movies, a once popular genre that has largely been dead horse since the late '60s.
11th Sep '17 12:35:24 AM Skagit
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* BigBeautifulWoman: The video for Mein Land features a number of bathing beauties, one of which is plus sized.
18th Aug '17 10:10:06 PM Edgecrusher666
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* Richard Z. Kruspe - lead guitar, backing vocals
* Oliver 'Ollie' Riedel - bass
* Christoph 'Doom' Schneider - drums



* Richard Z. Kruspe - guitars, backing vocals
* Paul Landers - rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* Oliver 'Ollie' Riedel - bass
* Christoph 'Doom' Schneider - drums

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* Richard Z. Kruspe - guitars, backing vocals
* Paul Landers - rhythm guitars, guitar, backing vocals
* Oliver 'Ollie' Riedel - bass
* Christoph 'Doom' Schneider - drums
vocals



** TheBigBad: Till
** TheDragon: Richard
** TheEvilGenius: Flake
** TheBrute: Doom
** TheDarkChick: Ollie
** TheSixthRanger: Paul
* GagPenis: The cannon used during live performances of "Pussy".

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** TheBigBad: Till
Richard
** TheDragon: Richard
Till
** TheEvilGenius: Flake
Paul
** TheBrute: Doom
Schneider
** TheDarkChick: Ollie
Oliver
** TheSixthRanger: Paul
Flake
* GagPenis: The cannon used during live performances of "Pussy"."Pussy."
4th Aug '17 3:54:04 PM Jhonny
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* ''Reise, Reise''[[note]]"Voyage, Voyage"; or "Arise, arise", a phrase to rouse sailors in the morning[[/note]] (2004)

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* ''Reise, Reise''[[note]]"Voyage, Voyage"; or "Arise, arise", a phrase to rouse sailors in the morning[[/note]] Voyage"[[/note]] (2004)
4th Aug '17 3:57:57 AM Mondkuh
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* ''Reise, Reise''[[note]]"Voyage, Voyage"[[/note]] (2004)

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* ''Reise, Reise''[[note]]"Voyage, Voyage"[[/note]] Voyage"; or "Arise, arise", a phrase to rouse sailors in the morning[[/note]] (2004)
4th Aug '17 12:18:57 AM darkknight109
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* OverlyLongTongue: Till gets two examples. "Mann Gegen Mann" gives him a long, black, snakelike tongue and "Ich tu dir weh" has a few brief clips of him with a forked (but still humanoid) tongue.
1st Jul '17 7:14:12 PM eroock
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** Many demo tracks from the "Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da" sessions leaked which suggest the band had written backing tracks first and was trying out which lyrics worked best with the music. Examples include Panterra (The instrumental of "Gib Mir Den Augen" with the lyrics from "Pussy") and Augen Zu (The instrumental of "Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da" with some of the lyrics from "Wiener Blut")

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** Many demo tracks from the "Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da" sessions leaked which suggest the band had written backing tracks first and was trying out which lyrics worked best with the music. Examples include Panterra (The instrumental of "Gib Mir Den Deine Augen" with the lyrics from "Pussy") and Augen Zu (The instrumental of "Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da" with some of the lyrics from "Wiener Blut")
1st Jul '17 7:13:28 PM eroock
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->''Du, du hast, du hast mich.''[[note]]"You, you have, you have me", however the line is also a [[FunWithHomophones homophone]] for "You, you hate, you hate me" in German. This has been one of the biggest sources for confusion and arguments in the Rammstein fanbase. Note that "have" can be used both as a verb meaning possession and as an auxiliary for the perfect tense, just like in English. In this case the latter is the case and the whole sentence (Du hast mich gefragt) would translate as "you have asked me"[[/note]]

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->''Du, ->''"Du, du hast, du hast mich.''[[note]]"You, "''[[note]]"You, you have, you have me", however the line is also a [[FunWithHomophones homophone]] for "You, you hate, you hate me" in German. This has been one of the biggest sources for confusion and arguments in the Rammstein fanbase. Note that "have" can be used both as a verb meaning possession and as an auxiliary for the perfect tense, just like in English. In this case the latter is the case and the whole sentence (Du hast mich gefragt) would translate as "you have asked me"[[/note]]



* TheNineties: The band formed in 1994.
1st Jul '17 7:12:55 PM eroock
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: The band name itself (see above).
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