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* FriendshipSong: “Let's Go” is a duet between Richard and Till Lindemann, describing the early days of their friendship in East Germany. “We Are Together” was described by Richard as a love letter to Rammstein.

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* FriendshipSong: “Let's Go” is a duet between Richard and Till Lindemann, describing the early days of their friendship in East Germany. The two also performed a duet of “Always on My Mind.” Yes. The Elvis one. “We Are Together” was described by Richard as a love letter to Rammstein.

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* LocationSong: “New York City.”


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{{Friendship Song}}: “Let's Go” is a duet between Richard and Till Lindemann, describing the early days of their friendship in East Germany. “We Are Together” was described by Richard as a love letter to Rammstein.

{{Protest Song}}: “War” is a commentary on the commodification of armed conflict by the media.

->We keep the cameras rolling
->So we can televise
->All that we've been controlling
->To keep you mesmerized

{{Doting Parent}}: Three of Emigrate's songs were written for Richard's daughters--”Babe” for Khira Li; “Rainbow” and “You Are So Beautiful” for Maxime.

{{What Could Have Been}}: Richard has stated in interviews that he was in serious discussions with Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell, and David Bowie about collaborations at the times of their deaths.

{{Multilingual Song}}: Richard's verse and the choruses of “Let's Go” are in English; Till's verse is in German.

{{Love Is A Drug}}: “Eyes Fade Away” compares a toxic relationship to drug addiction, with lines such as “if I could only drain you from my veins.”

{{Intercourse With You}}: Several songs, but especially “Get Down” and “Hypothetical.”

{{I Am The Band}}: Emigrate can best be described as “Richard Kruspe and Friends.”

{{Alternate Music Video}}: “You Are So Beautiful” has two versions—the album version, which depicts Richard as a negligent father, and the acoustic version, in which he sings directly to and dances with his daughter.

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{{Friendship Song}}:
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* AlternateMusicVideo: “You Are So Beautiful” has two versions—the album version, which depicts Richard as a negligent father, and the acoustic version, in which he sings directly to and dances with his daughter.
* DotingParent: Three of Emigrate's songs were written for Richard's daughters--”Babe” for Khira Li; “Rainbow” and “You Are So Beautiful” for Maxime.
* FriendshipSong:
“Let's Go” is a duet between Richard and Till Lindemann, describing the early days of their friendship in East Germany. “We Are Together” was described by Richard as a love letter to Rammstein.

{{Protest Song}}: “War” is a commentary on the commodification of armed conflict by the media.

->We keep the cameras rolling
->So we
Rammstein.
* IAmTheBand: Emigrate
can televise
->All that we've been controlling
->To keep you mesmerized

{{Doting Parent}}: Three of Emigrate's songs were written for Richard's daughters--”Babe” for Khira Li; “Rainbow”
best be described as “Richard Kruspe and “You Are So Beautiful” for Maxime.

{{What Could Have Been}}: Richard has stated in interviews that he was in serious discussions with Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell,
Friends.”
* IntercourseWithYou: Several songs, but especially “Get Down”
and David Bowie about collaborations at the times of their deaths.

{{Multilingual Song}}: Richard's verse and the choruses of “Let's Go” are in English; Till's verse is in German.

{{Love Is A Drug}}:
“Hypothetical.”
* LoveIsADrug:
“Eyes Fade Away” compares a toxic relationship to drug addiction, with lines such as “if I could only drain you from my veins.

{{Intercourse With You}}: Several songs, but especially “Get Down” and “Hypothetical.”

{{I Am The Band}}: Emigrate can best be described as “Richard Kruspe and Friends.”

{{Alternate Music Video}}: “You Are So Beautiful” has two versions—the album version, which depicts Richard as a negligent father,

* MultilingualSong: Richard's verse
and the acoustic version, choruses of “Let's Go” are in which he sings directly to and dances with his daughter.English; Till's verse is in German.
* ProtestSong: “War” is a commentary on the commodification of armed conflict by the media.
-->We keep the cameras rolling\\
So we can televise\\
All that we've been controlling\\
To keep you mesmerized

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[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/emigrate_8.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Across the oceans in my mind / Across the skies I left behind / A land of opportunity / A land to fill my destiny]]


''We keep the cameras rolling
So we can televise
All that we've been controlling
To keep you mesmerized''

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''We ->We keep the cameras rolling
So ->So we can televise
All ->All that we've been controlling
To ->To keep you mesmerized''
mesmerized

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Emigrate is an industrial metal project formed by German guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe in 2005, in order to have an outlet for his need for artistic control that was causing conflict within Rammstein. In his own words, "Emigrate was formed to balance myself out to cure myself to go back to Rammstein and be back at the top of my game." Emigrate isn't so much a band with a steady lineup, but a collective title for Richard's work with his friends and guest artists (such as Jonathan Davis, Peaches, Cardinal Copia, and Marilyn Manson, among others).

!! Discography:

*Emigrate (2007)
*Silent So Long (2014)
*A Million Degrees (2018)
*The Persistence of Memory (2021)

!! Tropes:

{{Friendship Song}}: “Let's Go” is a duet between Richard and Till Lindemann, describing the early days of their friendship in East Germany. “We Are Together” was described by Richard as a love letter to Rammstein.

{{Protest Song}}: “War” is a commentary on the commodification of armed conflict by the media.

''We keep the cameras rolling
So we can televise
All that we've been controlling
To keep you mesmerized''

{{Doting Parent}}: Three of Emigrate's songs were written for Richard's daughters--”Babe” for Khira Li; “Rainbow” and “You Are So Beautiful” for Maxime.

{{What Could Have Been}}: Richard has stated in interviews that he was in serious discussions with Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell, and David Bowie about collaborations at the times of their deaths.

{{Multilingual Song}}: Richard's verse and the choruses of “Let's Go” are in English; Till's verse is in German.

{{Love Is A Drug}}: “Eyes Fade Away” compares a toxic relationship to drug addiction, with lines such as “if I could only drain you from my veins.”

{{Intercourse With You}}: Several songs, but especially “Get Down” and “Hypothetical.”

{{I Am The Band}}: Emigrate can best be described as “Richard Kruspe and Friends.”

{{Alternate Music Video}}: “You Are So Beautiful” has two versions—the album version, which depicts Richard as a negligent father, and the acoustic version, in which he sings directly to and dances with his daughter.

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