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Saturday, 18 June 2011

Rammstein - Mutter [2001]

Rammstein are interesting; while always putting out enjoyable albums, with the possible exception of 2005's Rosenrot, this is their only moment of true greatness. 45 minutes of truly enjoyable and catchy industrial metal tracks, Mutter contains some of Rammstein's more popular songs such as 'Sonne,' 'Ich will' and 'Feuer frei!' Which incidentally are all next to each other on the track list near the start. While the ending isn't quite as enjoyable, it's still as fun as Rammstein have always been and probably always will be. A thoroughly great album.

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