RAMMSTEIN: Japanese Edition Of 'Reise Reise' Released With Two Bonus Tracks

The Japanese version of RAMMSTEIN's latest abum, "Reise, Reise", which was issued in Japan on April 21 via Universal Music, includes completely different artwork, and two bonus remixes. There is also an edition that comes with a DVD, which includes 20 minutes of footage taken from "Lichtspielhaus". The bonus cuts are "Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Edit)" remix by PET SHOP BOYS and "Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix)" remix by ALEX EMPIRE.

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 Billboard 200 chart at No. 77 back in April 2001.

"Reise Reise" sold 26,716 copies in the United States in its first week of release in mid-November to debut at position No. 61 on The Billboard 200 chart.

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