27.08.1994 (concert)

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Performance of "Weißes Fleisch"
Performance by [[Rammstein]]
Country: Germany Flag of Germany.svg
City: Rostock
Venue: M.A.U. Club
Tour: [[Club Tour]]
Supporting: [[Sandow[1]]]
Songs: 7 known
Recordings: Video (professional, incomplete) x1
Audio (professional, complete) x1
Touring chronology
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Newspaper article

[[Category:Rammstein]] [[Category:Rammstein Tour]] [[Category:Rammstein as support band]] [[Category:Rammstein supporting Sandow[1]]]

[[Category:Club Tour]]


  • The only available footage of this concert was recorded for the movie Achtung! Wir kommen.. While the full show was recorded as audio multitrack on 16 channels, full video recordings were done with 3 cameras for only five songs, including Du riechst so gut, Weißes Fleisch, Schwarzes Glas, Rammstein and apparently the first version of Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?. Other songs were shot partially to get more powerful images for the movie.[2] The first version of the movie was aired on TV, showing all of them partially except Schwarzes Glas. In 2016 two trailers of the remake were released, one of them features excerpts of Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?, Weißes Fleisch and Feuerräder.
  • Rammstein played a 13 minutes long version of Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen.[3]



Note: Back then, it was unknown where the footage of the movie was taken, resulting in mislabeling it as the very first concert for years.


  • Trailer #1


  1. "Jethro Tull, ACDC und Rammstein". Heiko Portale. LR Online. November 9, 2009. https://www.lr-online.de/nachrichten/jethro-tull-acdc-und-rammstein_aid-4490484. Retrieved May 12, 2018. 
  2. "Exklusives Interview von Robin Valtot mit Carl G. Hardt". Robin Valtot. Stahlheimfilm. 2016. http://stahlheimfilm.de/interview/Interview_LIFAD_dt/index.html. Retrieved March 30, 2018. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Confirmed by the director of Achtung! Wir kommen.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Video recording