|Song by Rammstein from the album Liebe ist für alle da|
|GEMA database ID:||11007901-001|
Sonoma Mountain Studio, Sonoma Valley
|Released:||September 18, 2009 (Single)
October 16, 2009 (Album)
|Live debut:||October 27, 2009|
|Last played:||May 31, 2011|
Toytown Studios, Stockholm
Masters of Audio, Stockholm
|Stream / Buy:|
- The "Thrash-terpiece Remix" was only available via pre-ordering the album on iTunes.
Robb Flynn is the singer of the American Thrash-Metal band Machine Head. The demo of their song "Aesthetics Of Hate" was called "Thrash-terpiece".
In an interview with The Gauntlet, he spoke about the remix:
"They contacted our record company, Roadrunner Records," stated Flynn "and asked if I'd be interested in doing a 'brutal' remix of one of their songs. It sounded cool, and different, and the fact that they weren't asking me for some kinda gay dance remix was cool, and that it could be as brutal as possible was appealing to me. They said I could have total freedom to fuck it up, and they just kept saying they wanted it BRUTAL! From what I understand they liked it a lot, cause I guess several people did remixes and mine is the only one they approved."
When we asked Robb to comment on the song, he stated "The song itself actually had some kinda thrashy riffs to begin with, which made things easy. Most of the original song is pretty grooving, so I went in and changed 90% of the beats around, changed some of the arrangements, added thrash beats and blast beats, added a slow 808 beat, and an old school hip hop beat for the breakdown section, I had a blast doing it. Originally I was going to have just a programmed drum machine for the whole remix, but the thrash parts sounded a little flat, so me and my engineer Juan Urteaga hired Jon Allen from Sadus / Testament to come in and play the new thrash beats and blast beats I had written on a real drum kit, it definitely made the track come alive. It was funny, because security was so high around this thing, we couldn't play him the original music so he played blind to the click tracks, and he fuckin' rocked it! I just kinda looked at the project like Taco Bell, I was taking all the same ingredients, mixing 'em around, and then adding an extra tortilla or something, look at me as the extra tortilla."Of course we had to get Robb's take on the album. "the new record is some of the best Rammstein stuff I've heard in a while, very epic, heavy, funny, and weird. I think their American fans especially will really dig it!"
Liebe ist für alle da
|05:19||2008||September 18, 2009|
|Rammlied||XXI||05:19||2008||December 4, 2015||Remastered|
|September 25, 2015||Recorded live at Bell Centre, Montreal |
and Madison Square Garden, New York City
|Rammlied (Thrash-terpiece Remix)||Liebe ist für alle da (iTunes)||06:19||Robb Flynn||October 16, 2009||Pre-order bonus exclusive to iTunes|
|Rammlied (Rammin' The Steins Remix)||Ich tu dir weh
Made in Germany
|05:08||Devin Townsend||January 29, 2010||Remastered on Made in Germany|
Labeled as Remix by Devin Townsend on Made in Germany
|Type||Description||First played||Last played|
|2010-06-06||Video||Rock am Ring Festival||Nürburg||Germany|
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