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Rosenrot (2005)

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"Rosenrot" (German for Rose-red) is a song and single from the album of the same name by the German band Rammstein.

The "Rosenrot" track was highly anticipated by fans of Rammstein, as it was first hailed in February 2004 to be the first single from the band's fourth studio album, Reise, Reise (the song "Mein Teil" took the honour instead).
In the end, "Rosenrot" didn't even make the tracklist of Reise, Reise, a move that the band's management claimed "left them speechless."

The lyrics contain elements from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem "Heidenröslein" (while his poem "Erlkönig" similarly inspired the Reise, Reise track, "Dalai Lama"), and the story "Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot," from the Brothers Grimm. Till also seldom uses his trademark curling of 'R's in the song.

The single was released in Germany on December 16, 2005.

The song features riffs used previously in "Stein um Stein".

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Rosenrot Rammstein       03:55
1-2 Rosenrot Rammstein       03:55
1-3 Rosenrot Rammstein       03:55
1-4 Rosenrot Rammstein       03:55

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