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Latest revision as of 20:46, 9 January 2020

19 November 2001
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Performance of "Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend"
Performance by Rammstein
Country: Russia Flag of Russia.svg
City: Saint Petersburg
Venue: Ice Palace
(Russian: Ледовый дворец)
Capacity: 12,300[1]
Attendance: 11,700[2]
Tour: Mutter Tour
Tour leg: Mutter Tour 2001: Winter European leg
Support: Clawfinger
Price: 500 - 1,800 руб.[3]
Songs: 20
Recordings: Video (audience, complete) x1
Audio (audience, incomplete) x1
Touring chronology
17 November 2001 19 November 2001 21 November 2001
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Poster
19.11.2001ticket.jpg
Ticket


Information

  • During Stripped, the boat stunt went wrong: Flake's boat got flipped over and he fell into the crowd very soon after his departure. Some people in the crowd tried to pull his shorts off, but were unsuccessful. Security dragged him and the boat out of the crowd soon afterwards.[4]
  • One of the two known times Rammstein played Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend live, the other one being on 17 November 2001.
    • The lyrics of the song were mainly sung by Paul, with Till and Flake on backing vocals.[4]
    • During the first verse, Till came to the stage with a big Russian flag.[4]
  • The only known time a live performance of Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend by Rammstein was recorded.

Setlist[4]

Media

Video

  • There is a complete audience video recording of this concert. (Link)

Audio

  • There is an incomplete audience audio recording of this concert, lacking Feuer frei!, Adios, Zwitter and Bück dich.

Sources