History TearJerker / Rammstein

13th Jan '18 11:17:44 AM thevideogameempire
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* "Mutter" is pure horror and agony all in one, especially with the music video. The song is an anti-genetic engineering song, and the music video features the lead singer naked and bald in a concrete hole in the ground. Another person, presumably the singer's clone, is making an epic journey through a swamp and terrain to get to the hole, where he brings a bowl of water for the naked man to drink. The horrifying part is this -- you have ''no idea'' whether the naked, imprisoned one is the clone, or if the well-dressed version is the clone, having replaced the original.

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* "Mutter" is pure horror and agony all in one, especially with the music video. The song is an anti-genetic engineering song, based on the band members' relationships with their own mothers, and the music video features the lead singer naked and bald in a concrete hole in the ground. Another person, presumably the singer's clone, is making an epic journey through a swamp and terrain to get to the hole, where he brings a bowl of water for the naked man to drink. The horrifying part is this -- you have ''no idea'' whether the naked, imprisoned one is the clone, or if the well-dressed version is the clone, having replaced the original.
21st Jan '17 9:24:03 AM Vinccool96
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** Add to that by reading up on the disaster- some call it the largest natural disaster since Chernobyl. By the time it got to the Danube (which features in the song title), the cyanide already went through at least 3 rivers big and small, and was highly diluted. The effects were felt not only in Romania, where the spill happened, but Hungary (thanks to the spill almost directly getting into 2 of Hungary's major rivers, first the Szamos then the Tisza), Serbia (via the Tisza and Danube as far as Belgrad), and even as far as Bulgaria. As for the question, the accident happened in January which means kids were not ''swimming'' in the rivers, per se, but they could have been ''walking by them''- parents from all these places asked that question when seeing fish and other animals die and smelling their rivers stink- and just as the song states, the Romanian government and the mine itself denied everything and claimed ignorance for a good while. "Nobody saw what happened" indeed.

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** Add to that by reading up on the disaster- some call it the largest natural disaster since Chernobyl. By the time it got to the Danube (which features in the song title), the cyanide already went through at least 3 rivers big and small, and was highly diluted. The effects were felt not only in Romania, where the spill happened, but Hungary (thanks to the spill almost directly getting into 2 of Hungary's major rivers, first the Szamos then the Tisza), Serbia (via the Tisza and Danube as far as Belgrad), and even as far as Bulgaria. As for the question, the accident happened in January which means kids were not ''swimming'' in the rivers, per se, but they could have been ''walking by them''- parents from all these places asked that question when seeing fish and other animals die and smelling their rivers stink- and just as the song states, the Romanian government and the mine itself denied everything and claimed ignorance for a good while. "Nobody saw what happened" indeed.indeed.
*** Being in January, kids were not swimming. But [[OhCrap how many kids drank water from the Danube,]] being the river where they pump their water, [[AdultFear and died?]]
25th Dec '16 10:38:50 AM akanesarumara
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** Add to that by reading up on the disaster- some call it the largest natural disaster since Chernobyl. By the time it got to the Danube (which features in the song title), the cyanide already went through at least 3 rivers big and small, and was highly diluted. The effects were felt not only in Romania, where the spill happened, but Hungary (thanks to the spill almost directly getting into 2 of Hungary's major rivers, first the Szamos then the Tisza), Serbia (via the Tisza and Danube as far as Belgrad), and even as far as Bulgaria. Parents from all these places asked that question when seeing fish and other animals die and smelling their rivers stink- and just as the song states, the Romanian government and the mine itself denied everything and claimed ignorance for a good while. "Nobody saw what happened" indeed.

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** Add to that by reading up on the disaster- some call it the largest natural disaster since Chernobyl. By the time it got to the Danube (which features in the song title), the cyanide already went through at least 3 rivers big and small, and was highly diluted. The effects were felt not only in Romania, where the spill happened, but Hungary (thanks to the spill almost directly getting into 2 of Hungary's major rivers, first the Szamos then the Tisza), Serbia (via the Tisza and Danube as far as Belgrad), and even as far as Bulgaria. Parents As for the question, the accident happened in January which means kids were not ''swimming'' in the rivers, per se, but they could have been ''walking by them''- parents from all these places asked that question when seeing fish and other animals die and smelling their rivers stink- and just as the song states, the Romanian government and the mine itself denied everything and claimed ignorance for a good while. "Nobody saw what happened" indeed.
25th Dec '16 8:39:31 AM akanesarumara
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* The first phrase in the chorus of "Donaukinder" ("Wo sind die kinder?") translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them rotting in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. [[FridgeHorror How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?]]

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* The first phrase in the chorus of "Donaukinder" ("Wo sind die kinder?") translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them rotting in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. [[FridgeHorror How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?]]occurred?]]
** Add to that by reading up on the disaster- some call it the largest natural disaster since Chernobyl. By the time it got to the Danube (which features in the song title), the cyanide already went through at least 3 rivers big and small, and was highly diluted. The effects were felt not only in Romania, where the spill happened, but Hungary (thanks to the spill almost directly getting into 2 of Hungary's major rivers, first the Szamos then the Tisza), Serbia (via the Tisza and Danube as far as Belgrad), and even as far as Bulgaria. Parents from all these places asked that question when seeing fish and other animals die and smelling their rivers stink- and just as the song states, the Romanian government and the mine itself denied everything and claimed ignorance for a good while. "Nobody saw what happened" indeed.
25th May '16 8:31:26 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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** Furthermore, while the video is dark and more depressing, there's an easter egg/cameo that brings a moment of heartwarming during the funeral. There's no other celebrities invited to the funeral besides for the band... and MarilynManson, due to both how much he helped the band out after Columbine, putting their official press release on his website for more to see, having worked with the band plenty of times in the past, swapping shout outs, performing together and being good friends with Richard (so much so that Richard made Manson do a song for Emigrate's second album despite Manson insisting that Richard's version was better and he could never do it better than Richard). Basically, he's the only celebrity they see to be a close enough friend to belong at Till's funeral, and that's really sweet.

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** Furthermore, while the video is dark and more depressing, there's an easter egg/cameo that brings a moment of heartwarming during the funeral. There's no other celebrities invited to the funeral besides for the band... and MarilynManson, Music/MarilynManson, due to both how much he helped the band out after Columbine, putting their official press release on his website for more to see, having worked with the band plenty of times in the past, swapping shout outs, performing together and being good friends with Richard (so much so that Richard made Manson do a song for Emigrate's second album despite Manson insisting that Richard's version was better and he could never do it better than Richard). Basically, he's the only celebrity they see to be a close enough friend to belong at Till's funeral, and that's really sweet.
19th Nov '15 4:47:57 PM dvorak
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* The first phrase in the chorus of "Donaukinder" ("Wo sind die kinder?") translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them rotting in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?

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* The first phrase in the chorus of "Donaukinder" ("Wo sind die kinder?") translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them rotting in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. [[FridgeHorror How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?occurred?]]
19th Nov '15 4:47:19 PM dvorak
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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?

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* The first phrase in the chorus of "Donaukinder" ("Wo sind die kinder?") translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying rotting in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?
15th Nov '15 12:55:55 AM dvorak
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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?

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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania.Romania, where several tons of cyanide solvent was accidentally discharged into a river. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?
14th Nov '15 1:11:16 AM dvorak
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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?

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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone.missing. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Romania. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?
14th Nov '15 1:10:43 AM dvorak
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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Poland. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?

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* "Donaukinder" translates to "[[AdultFear Where are the children?]]". The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone. The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Poland.Romania. How many kids were swimming when the incident occurred?
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