Liebe Ist für Alle Da

Liebe Ist für Alle Da

by Rammstein
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Liebe Ist für Alle Da 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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RammsteinMan More than 1 year ago
A Limited Edition Steel Flight case boxed set inside the two cd set of Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da and also hand cuffs with two keys and lube and six adult toy's, molded from the band's own actual parts leave it up to you to understand. Don't know how many were made not numbered on the case? Great item to have it is unusual and the whole case is heavy metal like the band is. All the band's songs on the album are perfect and all other albums before this album as well get them all and this boxed set very nice for your collection no other band has/had something like this made before. Great live band in concert, I bought one album and was hooked into Rammstein forever,great recordings. Buy this boxed set comes also with two keys to lock it up with to keep it private and safe. Five stars to a rammstein's fan collection get it before its sold out or before it is stop being made. Also on the outside of this case it has been engraved with raised Rammstein logo on the front and on the back side of the case it has Rammstein engraved with raised lettering like the front and inside the case,inside the top lid of the case it has Rammstein mirrorball type letter's raised plastic letter's mirror like reflecting,very cool and the case is black velvet lined mostly except for back,left and right sides and bottom inside the case it has mirrors/mirrored makes everything in the case look 3-D and bigger inside and looks like you have much more items inside,very nice cool item and comes with a heavy duty spring handle to pick it up, stays down always until you pick it up,comes in a Rammstein logo brown box to keep it in protected and Rammstein sticker on the side and Rammstein on both sides of the box,Nice to own for your collection put it on your wish list to get one.
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Having known and listened to Rammstein since my childhood, I was sorely disappointed at their latest album. The music is okay -- definately not worth bragging about like their other songs on the rest of their albums. The song Pu**y had a pretty catchy tune, something the band intended -- something that makes you want to dance. The lyrics are laugh out loud funny, but they were very stupid and immature, which knowing how sarcastic and cynical the band is, I'm sure was meant to be. The video wasn't that great either -- maybe its because watching 40-50 year old men getting it is attractive? The rest of their music like Ich Tu Dir Weh, Haifisch and Roter Sand are good, but it took me awhile to acquire the taste for it, and they get old fast. Unlike their other songs, you could listen to them everyday, and they never got boring or old. Their last album Rosenrot didn't have as much reception as some of their other albums (even though I thought it was one of their best) so after almost five years they release something that sounds too harsh and forceful. What I mean is that it seemed they were trying too hard to make this album good in trying make up for Rosenrot. The music was just plain and bland. Till always has poetic way of writing of love and violence, even controversial matters, sometimes beautiful, sometimes disturbing, sometimes even both, which was what I truly admire about the band. While the lyrics were poetic, some of it was rather dumb, like in the song Rammlied where they kept repeating Rammstein, something they did quite often in their first albums. Overall though, I think some of Till's writing has matured. The riffs in the album were good, but I can't imagine much of these songs would be a live favorite for concerts. Till's voice is still amazing and powerful -- it always gives me goosebumps when he sings, which is quite remarkable for his age. So I leave with this endnote -- the album is okay, some of songs aren't that bad, but if you are a true Rammstein fan, buy the album and support them. It appears that the band is only redoing their first songs (many of them are quite similar) and trying to make them better, which ultimately aren't better. I do hope that Rammstein make another album to redeem themselves from this one before Till retires, because its a shame having to give them a rating of less than five stars. But even if they don't, Rammstein will always be a favorite among me, and millions of other people, and no one could be better than them or try to replace them. They definately are a ground-breaking band that makes it spot on music history even if they are German. After all they invented the genre of Neue Deutsche Härte, right?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anything by Rammstein is GREAT!
Mscheveous More than 1 year ago
I love this CD and I am definatly glad I got the Delux Edition, The bonus tracks were well worth it. From the 'art' inside the case to the music on the track, Rammstein, following their typical style with their ever changing flare added made it definatly worth the price and some. I really dont think there is one song on here that I dont like. I'd definatly recommend this CD to ANY Rammstein fan, old and new.
Tsujigiri More than 1 year ago
Rammstein's newest album isn't quite what I was expecting after their long break. It's still a very good album, but it doesn't have the energy and uniqueness that their previous albums did, and that have made Rammstein my favorite band. I'd rate their albums as follows, from best to worst: Mutter, Reise Reise, Sehnsucht, Rosenrot = Liebe Ist Für Alle Da, and Herzeleid. The extra tracks are a nice plus, though, since Rammstein albums typically only have 11 tracks, and there are at most a couple of b-sides only available on the singles. Hopefully Rammstein has better things to come, since it looks like they went more for shock value than originality this time. The only music video for this album so far has already gotten the entire CD indexed in Germany, meaning that it is illegal to advertise it or display it in store windows (the only way to get it is to go to the counter and ask for it). So... if you're interested in Rammstein, look elsewhere first. If you already know about them, I can't say this is a bad album.
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
I feel so privileged to be the 1st one to be able to leave a review on here for this album! I have been a long time Rammstein fan, though I was only really familiar with Sehnsucht and Mutter for quite some time, but over the past 4 or 5 months, I have really began exploring more of their music, and have bought just about everything by them, including this album just today. The more and more I have listened to their music, the more and more I wished that I had began digging into their more of their music much longer ago. Rammstein is positively amazing! This album is no exception! A slight bit of their sound within this album has changed just a tad bit, but not so much that it takes away from what Rammstein is...an in your face barrage of mind bending industrial rock/metal riffs & ballads. Since I had begun really exploring their music more, I have officially come to love their music in a way that I never have before, and I can't get enough! They are officially now one of my favorite secular bands, 2nd only to Metallica! I have since come into possession of the full albums of Reise Reise, Rosenrott, and Herzeleid as well, where as before, I only had select songs from those albums. I will be listening through those albums throughout today and reviewing them as well. This is good stuff folks. Definitely check this album out and anything else by Rammstein. You shant be disappointed. Warning: One song on this album, p***y, is rather krass, and the artwork within it is somewhat phallic & contains nudity throughout, so listen/view at your own discression.
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