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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    ^Haha, that's what struck me too. I know he probably meant that part about his mother somehow ironic but still. He is a writer and musician, however I can agree that he seemed a little weird in this interview.

    Anyway, I can assume that since they used the cover-art from the booklet as the single cover, the video might still include fishing and mermaids or something. Either way, since Peter mentioned that filming was done and the single has a release date, we can assume that the video is probably done and dusted pretty soon (or already).

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  • Waidmann
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    ^I don't think Till thought it was too cruel either. I think he just didn't like the idea, and so do I. The guy is a weirdo too. As a reaction to Till's rejection of the idea he says Till probably is still too attached to his own mother. Weird remark from a weird guy.

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    ^I was busy with some work when I posted it, so I thought I would translate that part of the conversation later. Thanks Waidmann!

    It seems to be some kind of weird "talk-show" format in which to people just babble about things on the top of their head while drinking. Depending on the guest, I think it can end up being entertaining or boring.

    I don't know if Till disliked the script because it was "too cruel", as according to Johannes Funke (the guy who wrote that treatment). As far as we know he only got a message saying that the band didn't want to use it. Artist have all kinds of reasons for not using a specific idea given them by a writer.

    Personally I think Till didn't like it because of his "Rammstein-attitude" towards music videos. Making a video which shows exactley what the lyrics are about, has always been a rather "boring" approach to them. Instead, I think they like to show something ambigious which can from multiple angles be related to the lyrics.

    A video showing them literally fishing women is a twist since it takes the lyrics so literal. But still, maybe a bit too generic for Till. In addition, I can recall him saying that the humourus depiction of violence against women is an overused and cliché approach when trying to shock.

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  • Waidmann
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    ^The guy on the right claims he suggested to Till to make the videoclip about fishing women (for real, like with hooks in their mouths, dragging them onto shore and hanging them to dry). This in a sort of "samurai-way" (can't imagine too well what he means by that), not some SM-kind of torture. He had the impression that Till thought it was too cruel or so.
    But that's only like the first 2 minutes of the conversation. The rest seems to a bit drunk talk about many things not related to Rammstein. However, the guy on the left briefly mentions at some point Till being in some club with a guy and Dave Garett, who brought 2 SM-models with him. But the story doesn't continue, and actually not one of the stories they tell in this interview really gets finished. It's a chaotic interview (?) without much preparation or goal, just talking about anything.
    Last edited by Waidmann; 09-23-2015, 04:10 PM.

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  • Maya
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    I don't understand it

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    This is bizarre. Here is a video of two guys telling stories at a bar. The one gentleman (called Johannes Finke) claims he wrote a treatment for a musicvideo for Till Lindemann which involved fishing women. Till Lindemann declined and he didn't get to work on it. Here is the clip.
    Last edited by Chrisss Nofff; 09-22-2015, 10:23 PM.

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  • Maya
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    Originally posted by Rocky Chopin View Post
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    An official cover art for "Fish On" has been revealed on Amazon. I think that everybody expected this XD
    You are wrong, I was expecting something new.

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  • Maya
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    The single is now also available for pre-ordering at the RammsteinShop and iTunes.

    ► iTunes: http://smarturl.it/fishonitunes
    ► RammsteinShop: http://smarturl.it/fishoncd
    ► amazon.de: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B014VLVSYU

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  • Waidmann
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    An hour ago they mentioned on fb that it indeed contains "an unreleased track" called G-spot Michael. Before I thought it coul've been anything from an instrumental thing to some conversation that was recorded or so? Glad it's going to be a new track!

    EDIT: Btw, if you're googling "G-spot Michael", make sure you're searching the web, not images.
    Last edited by Waidmann; 09-11-2015, 09:56 PM.

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  • Rocky Chopin
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    An official cover art for "Fish On" has been revealed on Amazon. I think that everybody expected this XD



    http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B014VLVSYU
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  • Maya
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    x2

    I hope we'll have an official anounce soon.

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  • The Rose
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    ^I love Zoran's work with R+ and Lindemann, so I hope the rumours are right

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  • Maya
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    If you listen to rumours the director will be Zoran again...

    I'm surprised too, Fish On wasn't between my candidates, I'm wondering about the video,it will probably be something funny again.

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  • The Rose
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    ^We don't know yet who the director is, but it has been taped. Peter in his recent interview that he was just back from doing it.

    As for Fat, they might have considered it, but decided against and therefore released the versions together with Praise Abort. As long as they don't release Cowboy as a single, I'm glad also Golden Shower, though I would love to see the kind of video they would do to that ;-)

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    I was almost completely certain that they would choose "Fat" as their second single. Since there were several remixes of the song on the "Praise Abort" single, and because it was along with "Praise Abort" one of the first songs that was released individually on Spotify and other music streaming websites. I also thought that because most reviewers pointed out the "explicit" lyrics, that it would be a good follow-up to the "Praise Abort" video. Will Jonas Åkerlund direct this one?

    It seems we are heading towards an exciting month. First "Rammstein in Amerika", then "Fish On" single, and inbetween the band might reveal what they concluded to on their annual meeting (which might happen soon).

    I also wonder if we are getting a new "Rammstein in Amerika" preview tomorrow, since they have released a new video every 13 days since the announcment:

    31.07.15: First Trailer
    13.08.15:Rammlied live video
    26.08.15: Ich tu Dir Weh live video
    08.09.15: ?????????
    Last edited by Chrisss Nofff; 09-07-2015, 05:58 PM.

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