These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
"Du Hast" is their big crossover hit for a very good reason - an Epic Riff that could shatter the Earth's surface.
While all of their albums have supporters, Sehnsucht and Mutter are the two most preferred by fans.
The trailer for Hellboy 2 had its epicness enhanced by the judicious use of "Mein Herz Brennt".
Also, the entirety of Live Aus Berlin and Völkerball. MUST see for any Rammstein fan.
If we're going to list all of their awesome music, the best way to do it is to just post a tracklist of every album, every single, and even the demo songs.
Big Lipped Alligator Moment: "Te Quiero Puta", a track off of Rosenrot. It's Rammstein's first (and to date, only) Spanish- language song, and unlike the rest of the album, it's so goofy and over the top that it borders on self-parody.
Much like the cartoon sound effect in "Küss mich (Fellfrosch)" or the Blues Rock of "Los", it's probably just a reminder that Rammstein have a sense of humour.
Broken Base: Liebe Ist Für Alle Da is either one of their best albums, or it's their worst.
We're all living in Amerika... Amerika ist wunderbar...
Feuer Frei! Bang!! Bang!!
Epic Riff: "Links 2-3-4", "Sehnsucht", "Tier", and the list goes on and on.
Epileptic Trees: There's a theory which says that "Haifisch" is their swan song, and that the band will break up. We shall see.
On the B-Side of the "Mein Land" single, there is a song called "Vergiss Uns Nicht" (translated: Don't Forget Us) which is sending fans into a panic as well.
Considering the Mein Herz Brennt single and B-side, it seems that they're just taking one of their famously long breaks so Richard can go do Emigrate stuff again and Till can write poetry and relax.
Even Better Sequel: In America, anyway. Sehnsucht (namely the song "Du Hast") was what put Rammstein on the map in America, and "Du Hast" is still the song most Americans remember Rammstein for (thanks in part to Guitar Hero 5).
Mis-blamed: Jonas Akerlund, who directed the videos for "Pussy" and "Ich Tu Dir Weh", has directed some pretty damn good music videos in his career, such as Metallica's videos for their covers of "Turn The Page" and "Whiskey In The Jar," as well as Prodigy's infamous "Smack My Bitch Up" video. However, some fans of the band just didn't feel either of those videos were up to the quality expected of Rammstein music videos and blamed him. Granted, there is the mitigating circumstance that neither "Pussy" or "Ich tu dir weh" were that widely distributed, relegated to being hosted on a porn site ("Pussy" for obvious reasons, "Ich tu dir weh" because of the indexing), but this isn't the point.
Moment Of Awesome: The videos for "Ich Will" and "Sonne" are considered by many fans to be Rammstein's greatest videos.
The video for "Mein Teil" depicts two members writhing around in pain, one wrestling his double, one being fellated by an angel and subsequently eating her wings, one performing ballet, and another dressed in drag (supposed to be the mother of the cannibal the song was about).
"Mein Teil", even without the video, is still a horribly frightening song. Lyrically, it concerns a real event of cannibalism that happened in Germany. And then there's the bridge, which is filled with distorted, backward screams.
"Dalai Lama". It's the combination of incredibly heavy riffing, ethereal keyboards, morbid subject matter and vocals.
They Changed It, Now It Sucks: Most of Rammstein's music videos had some sort of plot in the video. "Pussy" and "Ich tu dir weh"... did not. ("Pussy" was just gratuitous porn and "Ich tu dir weh" was a performance video.) They're already among the least liked videos. Hearing that the next video, "Haifisch", would go back to the normal formula had many fans breathing a sigh of relief.
The Woobie: One reason of why Flake is a fan favorite. He gets put through so much both on stage and in the music videos, he is either The Chew Toy or the Woobie to fans.
Yoko Oh No: Caron Bernstein, Kruspe's ex-wife. Other significant others have gotten this treatment too, but not to the extent Caron had.