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Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)

Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)

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Release Info: Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)

Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)
ISO DVD-9 | MPEG2 Video 720x480 (4:3) 29.97fps 6800Kbps | German PCM 48000Hz stereo

Subs: German, English, French, Spanish, Japanese | 03:30:56 | 7.79 GB

Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)
Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)
Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)
Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)
Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus (2003)

A collection of Rammstein's music videos, live performances, behind-the-scenes featurettes,

and television

commercials. Rammstein's 2003 Lichtspielhaus DVD offers 12 music videos of the band's songs

spanning the years 1995-2002, plus a selection of song performances filmed during a half-dozen live

concerts. The Lichtspielhaus (lit. "movie theater") disc's extra features include making-of interviews for

several of the videos and commercials for the band's albums.

Marching Ants, Riefenstahl, and Snow White
This Rammstein DVD offers over three hours of the band! Unlike Live aus Berlin, the Lichtspielhaus DVD

is primarily a collection of the band's music videos -- which are very imaginative and tend to have high

production values. Even if it is difficult to make any connection between the visuals and the music,

Rammstein's videos usually offer as good a show as their live concerts, if in a very different way. "Sonne"

offers an S&M version of the Snow White fairy tale, while "Ich will" shows us a bank robbery and crooks

who crave attention. One of my favorites is the "Links 2-3-4" video with marching ants in what seems to

be Metropolis meets Triumph of the Will. The Greek-themed video for the English-language "Stripped"

has the most obvious connection between sight and sound, but the band drew criticism for its use of Leni

Riefenstahl's groundbreaking footage of the 1936 Berlin "Nazi" Olympics.

Unlike the Live aus Berlin DVD, this one offers subtitles (in English, French, German, Spanish, or

Japanese) only for the "making-of" interviews and not for the songs.

Song Titles and Extras
Music video titles (12): Du riechst so gut (1995 and 1998), Seemann (1996), Du hast (1997), Rammstein

(1997), Stripped (1998, in English), Engel (1997), Sonne (2001), Links 2-3-4 (2001), Ich will (2001),

Mutter (2002), Feuer frei (2002).

Live concert excerpts (6): Berlin 1996, D?sseldorf 1997, Rock am Ring 1998, Live aus Berlin 1998,

Sydney 2001, Velodrom Berlin 2001

Extras: Filming-of interviews for several of the videos; commercials. The longest clip, "Achtung! Wir

kommen," offers clips from MTV, Viva, and other television publicity from various countries and shows

how Rammstein has become popular around the globe. The other commercial videos are short spots

promoting the band's CD albums.

Bottom Line
The Lichtspielhaus DVD shows Rammstein in all its variety, in elaborate music videos and in live

performances. It is a must-have for any true Rammstein fan.

Rammstein: Lichtspielhaus
Rating: Not rated
Audio: PCM stereo only
Video: Widescreen and 4:3 format
Length: 210 minutes
Content: Music videos (12) and live concert excerpts (6)
DVD Extras:
Song selection by title
Making-of segments


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