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*This song has existed since the recording sessions for ''[[Reise, Reise (album)|Reise, Reise]]'' and ''[[Rosenrot (album)|Rosenrot]]''.
 
*This song has existed since the recording sessions for ''[[Reise, Reise (album)|Reise, Reise]]'' and ''[[Rosenrot (album)|Rosenrot]]''.
 
*It was premiered during the pre-listening session for ''Reise, Reise''. A German magazine released only the lines "Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall".
 
*It was premiered during the pre-listening session for ''Reise, Reise''. A German magazine released only the lines "Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall".
*In March 2004 it was found in the [[GEMA database]], where its length was listed as 5:24. The first two lines ("Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall") were listed as well. Later that month the German magazine "Sonic Seducer" published a tracklist of the [[Reise, Reise (album)|4th album]], where ''Eisenmann'' was listed as the 3rd and the last bonus track.<ref>[https://www.feuerrader.pl/news/show/25 Feuerrader.pl]</ref> As of today, it is removed from GEMA.
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*In March 2004 it was found in the [[GEMA database]], where its length was listed as 5:24. The first two lines ("Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall") were listed as well. Later that month the German magazine "Sonic Seducer" published a tracklist of the [[Reise, Reise (album)|4th album]], where ''Eisenmann'' was listed as the 3rd and last bonus track.<ref>[https://www.feuerrader.pl/news/show/25 Feuerrader.pl]</ref> As of today, it has been removed from GEMA.
 
*In November 2005 [[Christian Lorenz|Flake]] said in an interview that the song was finished, but the band did not really like it, so they decided not to release it on ''[[Rosenrot (album)|Rosenrot]]''.<ref>Online chat between Flake and fans, 02.11.2005</ref>
 
*In November 2005 [[Christian Lorenz|Flake]] said in an interview that the song was finished, but the band did not really like it, so they decided not to release it on ''[[Rosenrot (album)|Rosenrot]]''.<ref>Online chat between Flake and fans, 02.11.2005</ref>
 
*The song was reworked and re-recorded during the recording sessions for ''[[Liebe ist für alle da (album)|Liebe ist für alle da]]''.
 
*The song was reworked and re-recorded during the recording sessions for ''[[Liebe ist für alle da (album)|Liebe ist für alle da]]''.

Revision as of 23:06, 30 May 2019

Eisenmann is an unreleased song by Rammstein.

Eisenmann
Song by Rammstein
Recorded: 2008
Sonoma Mountain Studio, Sonoma Valley x14px
Length: 03:28

Background

  • This song has existed since the recording sessions for Reise, Reise and Rosenrot.
  • It was premiered during the pre-listening session for Reise, Reise. A German magazine released only the lines "Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall".
  • In March 2004 it was found in the GEMA database, where its length was listed as 5:24. The first two lines ("Mein Herz schlägt für Metall, Eisen gibt es überall") were listed as well. Later that month the German magazine "Sonic Seducer" published a tracklist of the 4th album, where Eisenmann was listed as the 3rd and last bonus track.[1] As of today, it has been removed from GEMA.
  • In November 2005 Flake said in an interview that the song was finished, but the band did not really like it, so they decided not to release it on Rosenrot.[2]
  • The song was reworked and re-recorded during the recording sessions for Liebe ist für alle da.
  • In 2012 the 3:28 version of the song leaked, alongside the other LIFAD demos.
  • There is a fake demo around, where a fan added some extra guitars.

Versions

Studio

Title Release Length Recorded Released Notes
Eisenmann 05:24 2003 GEMA database
Eisenmann 03:28 2008 Demo version

Lyrics

Demo version

Mein Herz schlägt für Metall
Eisen gibt es überall
Die Familie der Metalle
Ist die härteste von allen
Du musst mit dem Eisen sprechen
Ja, du sollst das Eisen lieben
Dann wird es sich zerbrechen
Wird es sich für dich verbiegen

Messerklingen gut polieren
Käfige für Mensch und Tiere

Panzerketten und Maschinen
Nägel, Schrauben und Turbinen
Brückenpfeiler, Eisenbahn
Ja, ich bin ein Eisenmann

Mein Herz schlägt für Metall
Die Geschwister Chrom und Stahl
Wenn die Haut sich dunkel rötet
Wird der Rost mit Zinn getötet
Willst du das Eisen trennen
Sollst mit Liebe es zerbrennen
Wird folglich auseinander gehen
Doch nie in seine Augen sehen

Messerklingen gut polieren
Käfige für Mensch und Tiere

Panzerketten und Maschinen
Nägel, Schrauben und Turbinen
Brückenpfeiler, Eisenbahn
Ja, ich bin ein Eisenmann

Nieten, Schiffe und Traktoren
Kolben, Schienen und Motoren
Feuer, Haken und Tresore
Amboss, Hammer, jeder Bohrer
Kanonen und Raketen
Spiele gerne mit Magneten
Messerklingen gut polieren
Käfige für Mensch und Tiere

Panzerketten und Maschinen
Nägel, Schrauben und Turbinen
Brückenpfeiler, Eisenbahn
Ja, ich bin ein Eisenmann

Sources

  1. Feuerrader.pl
  2. Online chat between Flake and fans, 02.11.2005