History TearJerker / Rammstein

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?
14th Nov '15 1:09:13 AM dvorak
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* Donaukinder translates to "Where are the children?". The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Poland. The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone. How many kids were swimming when the spill occurred?
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* Donaukinder "Donaukinder" translates to "Where "[[AdultFear Where are the children?". The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Poland.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 spill incident occurred?
14th Nov '15 1:06:57 AM dvorak
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** The other version, Liese, is possibly about the aftermath of the Russians taking over the Third Reich. The Russians raped and murdered the women and children after they took over the Third Reich. This version is much worse, due to the lyrics detailing it. Or it might just be the same sort of thing Roter Sand is about, but instead of the woman getting shot by her former boyfriend, she gets raped by him. He gets no punishment.
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** The other version, Liese, is possibly about the aftermath of the Russians taking over the Third Reich. The Russians raped and murdered the women and children after they took over the Third Reich. This version is much worse, due to the lyrics detailing it. Or it might just be the same sort of thing Roter Sand is about, but instead of the woman getting shot by her former boyfriend, she gets raped by him. He gets no punishment.punishment. * Donaukinder translates to "Where are the children?". The song is about a real-life chemical spill in Poland. The narrator watches all the wildlife in his town die, smells them decaying in the river, and realizes his kids are gone. How many kids were swimming when the spill occurred?
9th Aug '15 11:41:33 AM davidverlustus
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** The other version, Liese, is possibly about the aftermath of the Russians taking over the Third Reich. The Russians raped and murdered the women and children after they took over the Third Reich. This version is much worse, due to the lyrics detailing it.
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** The other version, Liese, is possibly about the aftermath of the Russians taking over the Third Reich. The Russians raped and murdered the women and children after they took over the Third Reich. This version is much worse, due to the lyrics detailing it. Or it might just be the same sort of thing Roter Sand is about, but instead of the woman getting shot by her former boyfriend, she gets raped by him. He gets no punishment.
9th Jul '15 12:29:06 PM davidverlustus
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I decided to include Roter Sand here because it's generally sad.
** 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, 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.sweet. * Roter Sand is quite a sad and powerful song, the lyrics hint at a murder because a woman from a couple cheated on another man. The orchestral version ramps the sadness up a few notches. **The other version, Liese, is possibly about the aftermath of the Russians taking over the Third Reich. The Russians raped and murdered the women and children after they took over the Third Reich. This version is much worse, due to the lyrics detailing it.
20th Jun '15 2:11:42 AM fq
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* Haifisch it sounds a bit aggressive -- it's a Rammstein song, after all -- but if you understand the lyrics they're actually quite touching. The song is basically about how dedicated the members all are to the band and to one another and how close they are. One line translates to 'if one [of us] isn't keeping up, we stop right away'.
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* Haifisch it sounds a bit aggressive -- it's a Rammstein song, after all -- but if you understand the lyrics they're actually quite touching. The song is basically about how dedicated the members all are to the band and to one another and how close they are. One line translates to 'if one [of us] isn't keeping up, we stop right away'.
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