Rammstein - Herzeleid AlbumPerformer: Rammstein
Cat#: 533 437-2 (529 160-2), DG 1849
Country: South Korea
Label: Motor Music, Universal Music
Size MP3 version: 1801 mb
Size FLAC version: 1959 mb
Size WMA version: 2580 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Rammstein - Herzeleid Album
|2||Das Alte Leid||5:44|
|3||Wollt Ihr Das Bett In Flammen Sehen||5:17|
|5||Du Riechst So Gut||4:49|
|6||Asche Zu Asche||3:51|
|529160-2, 529 160-2||Rammstein||Herzeleid (CD, Album)||Motor Music, Motor Music||529160-2, 529 160-2||UK & Europe||1995|
|529160-2, 529 160-2||Rammstein||Herzeleid (CD, Album, Unofficial, Spe)||Motor Music , Motor Music||529160-2, 529 160-2||Russia||2002|
|529160-2, 529 160-2||Rammstein||Herzeleid (CD, Album)||Motor Music, Slash||529160-2, 529 160-2||Colombia||1995|
|3242||Rammstein||Herzeleid (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Music World||3242||Russia||2002|
|529 160-2||Rammstein||Herzeleid (CD, Album, RP)||Motor Music||529 160-2||Australasia||Unknown|
- Cover [Idea], Photography By – Praler
- Management [For Pilgrim] – Emanuel Fialik
- Mixed By – Ronald Prent
- Music By, Lyrics By – Rammstein
- Producer – Carl-Michael Herlöfsson, Jacob Hellner
- Sleeve [Design] – Dirk Rudolph
Printed in Korea.
Unique 10 Tracks!
Registered no. 776. The Ministry of Culture & Tourism.
Track #3 appears on the back sleeve as "Weisses Fleisch", instead of "Weißes Fleisch".
Track #3 appears on the disc as "Weißes Fleisch", instead of "Weisses Fleisch".
It has been said that track #7, "Das Alte Leid", was missing from this edition due to it's lack of placement on the track listing. This is incorrect. The song is in fact on the disc for a total of the standard 11 tracks.
- Barcode (Scanned): 8808678212280
- Barcode (Text): 8 808678 212280
- Matrix / Runout: 20203-OTH02961 (DG 1849)
- Label Code: LC 4909
- Price Code: PY 900
- Distributed By – Universal Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motor Music
- Copyright (c) – Motor Music
- Produced For – Bomkrash Production
- Mixed At – Chateau Du Pape
- Manufactured By – Sung Eum Limited
Rammstein - Herzeleid 1995. German for heartache is the debut album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, first released on 29 September 1995 through Motor Music. The first song written for this album was Rammstein, which was also the first song ever written by the band. The last song to be written was most likely Asche zu Asche since it wasn't played at their concerts in 1994, unlike all the other songs. A few songs were written in English before they were translated into German. There are also nine. Album Herzeleid. Sep 24, 1995. Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen. Music & Lyrics by RAMMSTEIN Produced by Jacob Hellner & Carl-Michael Herlöffson for BomKrash Production Mixed by Ronald Prent at Chateau du pape For - Seemann - additional production by Emanuel Fialik & Olav Bruhn Photography & cover idea by Praler Sleeve design by Dirk Rudolph All songs published by BMGUFA Management: Emanuel Fialik for Pilgrim Contact & Merchandising: Pilgrim, Postfach 540, 10042 Berlin, Germany. Herzeleid is the debut album by Rammstein. It was released on September 25, 1995, and on November 24, 1998 in the US. The recordings started in Sweden, in the Polar Studios. The band stayed in that studio for one week, where they only recorded the drum tracks. After that, they moved to the private studio of their producer Jacob Hellner. Jacob would only work during the day in the weeks. So in the evenings and on the weekend, the band was alone. None of the band members spoke good English, nor Swedish. Herzeleid is the debut album by German industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released on 29 September 1995. The album's original cover depicted the band members' upper bodies without clothing. This caused critics to accuse the band of trying to sell themselves as poster boys for the master race. The direct translation of Herzeleid is heartache however, according to an interview on Talking Metal's podcast in 2007, Richard Kruspe stated that it doesn't translate to Heartache, but in the German language, it simply means . Your Rating. Album 1995 11 Songs. Herzeleid is an auspicious debut that combines the frosty thump of Depeche Mode with the gnashing noise of heavy metal for a sound both ferocious and strangely palatable. Two standouts- Heirate Mich and the funereal Rammstein -were picked for the soundtrack of David Lynchs nightmarish Lost Highway by early champion Trent Reznor, helping the band quickly find footing outside Germany. Herzeleid dated German for Heartache is the debut album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. The direct translation of Herzeleid is Heartache however, according to an interview on Talking Metal's podcast in 2007, Richard Kruspe stated that it doesn't translate to Heartache, but in. Herzeleid is the debut album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. The albums original cover depicted the band members' upper bodies without clothing. This caused critics to accuse the band of trying to sell themselves as poster boys for the master race. The direct translation of Herzeleid is heartache however, according to an interview on Talking Metals podcast in 2007, Richard Kruspe stated that it doesnt translate to Heartache , but in the German language, it simply means heartbreak. The album is a culmination of the relationsh. Making Of HERZELEID Album. Dec 6, 2012 Rammsteins debut album HERZELEID is recorded at Polar Studio, Stockholm and produced by Jacob Hellner and Carl-Michael Herlöfsson