For instance Richard Z Kruspe, explains "B********," does not stand for "Bastered", but for "Bückstabü", a word made up by the band to mean "whatever you want". Being the fifth track available in this sixth installment, it sets up the band's uniqueness and most hard hitting attitude you could ever want. But, is that all?
Whereas "Ich Tu Dir Weh," (I Hurt You) and "Wiener Blut" (Viennese Blood) prove to be the most aggressive than the other songs enlisted on this LP. The instrumentals play out as being edgy and overlap into one another making the end result not at all what their material is normally intended to sound like. The guitars and drums used throughout the entire album really brings out the band's creative skills but unfortunately, sounds chaotic and unorganized making you feel the need to dissect the instruments into several pieces. Then, when you put it all back together, it doesn't even sound audible.
The lyrics and vocals deal with the love, pain, and the suffering routine that tends to get rather old, real quick, having this LP drown out fast.
This may be Rammstein’s sixth installment but it doesn’t quite live up to their past creations allowing their past to push aside anything else the band has wanted to dish out, allowing their old remain as fresh as possible.
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