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I dont know how many of you listen to or know of the band Rammstein. Ive heard of them but never had any interest in them. And a friend from germany just sent me a copy of their S/T CD. Its all in German :( So I wont be playing it ever again. ;) Its kind of hard core stuff and I dont like the vocals.

 

Anyway... On one of the other web sites I go to someone posted a link to a video from the CD. The name of the song is "Pussy". Yes it really is. LOL AND here is the video that goes with it.

 

WARNING!!!! This video is not safe ANYWHERE except in the privacy of your home in a room where there are no children and maybe even your wife/girlfriend unless they are into it. :D. A few minutes into this video and it becomes 100% PORN!! NSFW!!!! http://visit-x.net/rammstein/

 

Has anyone ever seen a band go to this extreme?

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Shit !! :yikes:

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but nice ....... ! :P

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I have already seen a couple of shows by Rammstein and I have to admit, they know how to put up a great show. You can't help but enjoying it. I speak Dutch so I understand what they are singing about (lots of funny shit) but what makes it so impressive is how they act on stage.

 

 

 

Sex and Rock N Roll,now all it needs is Drugs to complete the picture. :P

 

ps those crazy Germans,you got to love their crazy artist visions :tumbsup:

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Great video with it's tongue firmly in it's cheek (or firmly in somewhere anyways ;) ). This band always push the boundaries somewhat, so a mini Porno is no real surprise from these guys.

 

The new album is great aswell.

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The new album is great aswell.
Haven't heard it yet. Did you get the special edition... you know, the ones with the "massage products"?

 

 

..Err no mate - I just got the 2 CD version, as I didn't really find any need to buy a £200 box set with 6 dildo's and lubricant inside. I heard Wotty is getting one though! ;)

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..Err no mate - I just got the 2 CD version, as I didn't really find any need to buy a £200 box set with 6 dildo's and lubricant inside. I heard Wotty is getting one though! ;)
I was thinking the same way... And if you really want to dive into perv territory... Six band members, six dildos. Plaster caster anyone? Or are they too generic for that?

 

I'll stick to the double CD as well.

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