RAMMSTEIN Debut At No. 61 On BILLBOARD Album Chart

RAMMSTEIN's "Reise Reise" (Universal) has sold 26,716 copies in the United States in its first week of release (according to Nielsen SoundScan) to debut at position No. 61 on next week's The Billboard 200 chart.

Recorded primarily in Spain (El Cortijo Studio, Malaga), "Reise Reise" (translated as "Voyage, Voyage" or "Journey, Journey") is the follow-up to "Mutter", which entered the chart at No. 77 back in April 2001. Meanwhile, E.TOWN CONCRETE's brand new album, "Made For War" (Ironbound), has registered a 1,666 first-week sales tally. According to the band's vocalist, Anthony Martini, the follow-up to 2003's "The Renaissance" (Razor and Tie) "is a very raw, angry album, and we are all very excited. . . I think a lot of people are gonna be really surprised at the direction we took."

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