|Song by Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise|
El Cortijo Studio, Málaga
Toytown Studios, Stockholm
Masterdisk, New York City
|Released:||27 September 2004|
|Live debut:||30 Sep 2004|
|Last performed:||23 Jul 2005|
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|Reise, Reise tracklist|
- Similar to Du hast and Haifisch, the band plays with the word "los". In this case, it can be translated to "go" or "[some word]-less".
- Besides the acoustic album version, the band also recorded a rock version of the song. It was supposed to be released on a single, but this never happened. The band played the outro of the song as the rock version during concerts. It was released in 2015 on XXI.
- The harmonica solo was done by Till.
- This song has existed since the recording sessions for Mutter. During the recording sessions in Malaga in 2003, producer Jacob Hellner arranged recording the song again which the band didn't want to, eventually - upon Richard's idea, the band played the song unplugged and everyone liked it.
|Los||XXI||04:25||2003||4 Dec 2015||2015 Remaster.|
|Los (Full Band Version)||XXI||05:06||2003||4 Dec 2015||Plugged instrumentation|
Different synth solo
Same vocal takes for the verses
Extended fourth verse
|Los||Völkerball||Audio||06:24||23 Jul 2005||Festival de Nîmes, Nîmes||17 Nov 2006|
|Völkerball (2CD)||07:07||Full intro.|
Longer crowd cheering at the end.
|Type||Description||First played||Last played|
Plugged performance from the keyboard solo on
|9.11.2004||23 July 2005|
Wir waren namenlos und ohne Lieder
|Full Band Version|
|ロース (Official Japanese translation by Makiko Shimada)|