RAMMSTEIN: New Single Details Revealed

RAMMSTEIN fan site Herzeleid.com is reporting that the third single from the group's latest album, "Reise, Reise" will be "Ohne Dich". Once again, the single will not include any b-sides, but this time it comes close. As "Ohne Dich" was originally intended for 2001's "Mutter", it was also recorded during the "Mutter" sessions. For "Reise, Reise", the song was rerecorded, but now we will get a chance to hear this "beta version" on the new single. The single also includes a remix from LAIBACH, among others. The single will be released in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland on November 22, 2004. You can preorder the limited edition or the regular edition now. More information and some pictures from the video can be found on the official site.

"Ohne Dich" single track listing:

01. Ohne Dich (Album Edit)
02. Ohne Dich (Mina Harker's Version) Remix by Laibach
03. Ohne Dich (Sacred Mix) Remix by Sven Helbig
04. Ohne Dich (Schiller Mix)
05. Ohne Dich (Under Byen Remix)
06. Ohne Dich (Beta Version)


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