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Sehnsucht (1997)

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Sehnsucht (German for "Longing", see Sehnsucht) is the second album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. It was released on 25 August 1997.

The album booklet folds out to reveal six different covers, one for each band member (each photo depicting the member with bizarre facial-wear made out of ordinary kitchen objects like spatulas, spoons, forks etc.). The cover most commonly seen features Till Lindemann with an egg-lifter worn as a muzzle and bent forks over his eyes worn as sunglasses. The cover art was created by Austrian artist Gottfried Helnwein, who also created the cover for the Scorpions' Blackout album, which is very similar to the Sehnsucht cover and even the forks in both covers are the same. The album is the only album entirely in German to be certified Platinum by the RIAA in the United States. The song "Tier" closely resembles "Dawning of Doom" by Die Krupps.


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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Sehnsucht Rammstein       04:05
1-2 Engel Rammstein       04:25
1-3 Tier Rammstein       03:48
1-4 Bestrafe mich Rammstein       03:37
1-5 Du hast Rammstein       03:56
1-6 Bück dich Rammstein       03:23
1-7 Spiel mit mir Rammstein       04:46
1-8 Klavier Rammstein       04:26
1-9 Alter Mann Rammstein       04:25
1-10 Eifersucht Rammstein       03:37





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