More information has surfaced regarding the upcoming RAMMSTEIN CD, "Rosenrot", due in Europe on October 31 via Universal. A limited-edition version of the album will include a bonus DVD featuring three live video clips recorded earlier in the year.
"Rosenrot" final track listing:
02. Mann gegen Mann
05. Wo Bist Du
06. Stirb Nicht Vor Mir (Don't Die Before I Do)
08. Hilf Mir
09. Te Quiero Puta!
10. Feuer und Wasser
11. Ein Lied
"Rosenrot" bonus DVD (included with the limited edition):
01. Reise, Reise (Arenes de Nimes, Nimes France July 2005)
02. Mein Teil (Club Citta, Kangawa, Japan June 2005)
03. Sonne (Brixton Academy, London, UK February 2005)
As previously reported, Universal-rock.de has posted previews of all four tracks from the "Benzin" single, including remixes of the title cut by MESHUGGAH and APOCALYPTICA. Check it out at this location. The video for "Benzin" (Gasoline) can be viewed by clicking here. The clip was was shot in August by Uwe Flade, who has also directed videos for DEPECHE MODE and FRANZ FERDINAND.
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