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Liebe ist für alle da (2009)

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Liebe ist für alle da (German for "Love is there for everyone") is the sixth studio album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, which was released in most of Europe on 16 October 2009, the United Kingdom on 19 October 2009 and the United States on 20 October 2009.

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The album title was confirmed on 1 September 2009, in a promotional video for the new single, "Pussy", released on 18 September 2009 in the European Union and 19 September 2009 in the United States. The single's B-side is "Rammlied".

The video for "Pussy" was released on adult website Visit-X, two days before the single. The video features scenes of explicit male and female nudity as well as the band members engaging in sexual activity with women.

In July 2009, a promo version of the title track, "Liebe ist für alle da", leaked onto the internet, along with various promotional materials.

As of 16 October 2009, pictures taken throughout the recording of the album are available on Rammstein's official website.

The album was released on 16 October 2009 in Europe and 20 October in the U.S. It became platinum in Finland before its release, solely from pre-release sales. It debuted at number 3 in the French charts, making it Rammstein's most commercially successful album in France to date. Furthermore, the album entered at number 13 on the US charts, making it Rammstein's highest-charting album in the United States, although it subsequently fell off the US album charts after four weeks. In Germany, the album entered the charts at number 1 after the best start of a music album in 2009 and beating popular German R&B-singer Xavier Naidoo's new album "Alles kann besser werden". It remained high in the charts until it was censored.

According to Richard Z. Kruspe, "B********" does not stand for "Bastard", but for "Bückstabü", a word made up by the band to mean "whatever you want".

Paul H. Landers stated that tracks which did not make it on the album will appear as B-sides on singles and there will be a special edition of the album with five bonus tracks.

The song "Frühling in Paris" features lyrics from the song "Non, je ne regrette rien" by Edith Piaf.

On 8 November 2009, Rammstein played their first show for their "Liebe ist für alle da" tour in Lisbon, Portugal, their first live show in four years.

As announced, a video was shot for the album's third single, "Haifisch", which premiered on the band's MySpace page on 23 April 2010.

"Waidmanns Heil" is a playable track in the rhythm video game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Rammlied Rammstein       05:19
1-2 Ich tu dir weh Rammstein       05:02
1-3 Waidmanns Heil Rammstein       03:33
1-4 Haifisch Rammstein       03:45
1-5 B******** Rammstein       04:15
1-6 Frühling in Paris Rammstein       04:45
1-7 Wiener Blut Rammstein       03:53
1-8 Pussy Rammstein       04:00
1-9 Liebe ist für alle da Rammstein       03:26
1-10 Mehr Rammstein       04:09
1-11 Roter Sand Rammstein       03:59

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