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Liebe ist für alle da (German: “Love Is There For Everyone”) is the sixth studio album by German rock band Rammstein, which was released in the larger part of Europe on 16 October, 2009, and in the UK on 19 October, 2009. It was released in the United States on 20 October, 2009.
Pre-production for the new album was done at Castle Beesenstedt in eastern Germany’s Halle/Saale while the bulk of the recording was done in late 2008 at Northern California’s Sonoma Mountain Studio. As with the band’s previous releases, the new album was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hellner in Stockholm.
|2.||“Ich tu dir weh” (I Hurt You)||5:02||lyric|
|3.||“Waidmanns Heil” (Hunter’s Hail/Greeting)||3:33||lyric|
|6.||“Frühling in Paris” (Springtime in Paris)||4:45||lyric|
|7.||“Wiener Blut” (Viennese Blood)||3:53||lyric|
|9.||“Liebe ist für alle da” (Love Is There For Everyone)||3:26||lyric|
|11.||“Roter Sand” (Red Sand)||3:59||lyric|
Special Edition bonus tracks
|1.||“Führe mich” (Lead Me)||4:34||lyric|
|2.||“Donaukinder” (Children of the Danube)||5:18||lyric|
|4.||“Roter Sand (Orchester version)” (Red Sand (Orchestra version))||4:06||lyric|
Genre: Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial metal
Length: 46:07 (Standard Version), 68:23 (Special Edition)
Label: Universal, Vagrant
Producer: Jacob Hellner and Rammstein
Buy the album
Universal Music is planning to release a very special “Liebe ist für Alle da” Deluxe-Edition, designed by Rammstein, that is set to appear as an extremely limited edition worldwide during the pre-Christmas period.
LIFAD-Deluxe-Cutlery in all it’s splendour will be available: Handcuffs, lubricant, six dildos and the Special Edition as the soundtrack to this. Everything is neatly packed in an aluminium case.
The album was added to the index of the Bundesprüfstelle für jugendgefährdende Medien (Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons) in Germany, due to the track “Ich tu dir weh” and a picture inside the album booklet displaying Richard Kruspe spanking a nude woman. This means only adults can purchase the album, additionally, it must not be displayed in stores where minors have access (see BPjM#Legal_consequences for details). As a consequence, the album was re-released in Germany on November 16 in an edited version without the censored track and picture. The band would still play the instrumental version song live in Germany until it was ultimately banned from live performances.
Despite the censorship, the video to “Ich tu dir weh” was released on December 21, 2009, on the adult website Visit-x, just like the video to “Pussy”, after advertisement on the band’s official German website. Any references have since been deleted, probably following German law prohibiting advertisement for media on the index. In Europe, a single was released on February 5, 2010, and in the U.K. on February 15, 2010.
Update (07.09.2009): On October 16th 2009, RAMMSTEIN will release their sixth studio named Liebe isr für alle da. This has been confirmed on the official page. The cover for the album has been released today.
Update (04.09.2009): The first single will be “Pussy” and will be released on 18SEP09. The album should be released in middle October.
Update (22.7.2009): According to wikipedia, the name of the new album shall be Freud und Leid. Few days after the released name, wikipedia changed the listing back to “Untitled sixth studio album (2009)”
Update (14.7.2009): Pictures from the new single appeared on internet. The lyric of the new single Liebe ist für alle da is known since today.
Update (1.6.2009): Rammstein management registered domains for following song titles: “Seid Bereit” (English: Be Ready) and “Liebe ist für alle da” (English: There is Love for Everyone) more…
Update (22.4.2009): We have just received a very fresh information about the new single which should appear in summer 2009. The name of the single is Affenknecht (in English “Monkey Slave”). more…
Update (16.4.2009): No words can describe how happy we were to receive an official invitation to a listening of the first three Rammstein-songs from the upcoming album. The tour will start at the end of this year. more…
Update (19.2.2009): We are happy to introduce the cover of “VERBOT” to you. The first single from the upcoming Rammstein-Album, still to be named, will be released on 8. May 2009. The video for “VERBOT” was partially shot in Sonoma, California. more….
Update (23.12.2008): First and most important chapter of the new Rammstein record is complete. Drums, guitars, bass, and the vocal tracks are now recorded. more….
Update (27.11.2008): According to the newsletter the album will be released in late 2009, the first single should be available in summer 2009. Tourdates: late 2009 and 2010. more….
Update (4.11.2008): Now that the band has finished pre-production in Berlin for its new album, Operation “Album 6? is going forward full steam ahead. more…
Update Summer 2008 Basic Information about the album: The pre-production on the new album was done at the end of October 2008 in Berlin.
Drummer Christoph Schneider went shortly thereafter to Los Angeles in the Henson Recording Studios, where together with Jacob Hellner, Ulf Kruckenberg and Florian Ammon started to record drum tracks.
Since 9 November 2008, the entire band is in a studio in San Francisco, where they are staying for several weeks to work on the new album.
Sometime in November a photographer Olaf Heine will go to San Francisco to join the band to make the documentation.
Update April 2008 Already in April 2008 expressed guitarist Paul Landers following about the new album: “We wanted the album fairly hard, but then that sounded like any other metal band. So it does not sound bad, but we want to have a little “stand out.” Video available here.
Update (11.1.2007): Bushido reported recording a song with Rammstein, called “Vergiss uns nicht” (“Don’t forget us”). In this interview, Bushido also mentioned that he was unsure whether it would be on their “Best of” album or not. more…
This page will be updated as soon as new information appears, stay tuned.