Worlds Collide (album)

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Worlds Collide
Worlds Collide cover
Studio album by Apocalyptica
Released: 14 September 2007
Genre: Symphonic Metal
Label: 20-20 Entertainment
Producer: Jacob Hellner
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Worlds Collide may refer to:

  • Worlds Collide (comics), a 1994 intercompany crossover between DC Comics and Milestone
  • UFC 36 or Worlds Collide, a 2002 Ultimate Fighting Championship event
  • "Worlds Collide", a story arc of the 2003 version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • "", the former website of Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
  • Worlds Collide (Archie Comics), a twelve-part crossover event between Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man adaptations
  • Worlds Collide (tour), upcoming 2020 concert tour co-headlined by rock bands Within Temptation and Evanescence
  • Worlds Collide (novel), by Chris Colfer (2017)
  • WWE Worlds Collide, a series of WWE Network events


Connection to Rammstein

Both, Till Lindemann and Richard Kruspe, are featured on the fifth song Helden. The song is a cover of the German version, originally by David Bowie from 1977. Till sings all lyrics and Richard can be heard playing guitar.

Rammstein later sued the label GUN records. The promotion of the album did not conform with the wishes of either band. The lawsuit ended with the closing of GUN records.[1]


Commercial album
01 Worlds Collide 04:28
02 Grace 04:09
03 I'm Not Jesus (feat. Corey Taylor) 03:34
04 Ion 03:46
05 Helden (feat. Till and Richard) 04:18
06 Stroke 04:32
07 Last Hope (feat. Dave Lombardo) 04:47
08 I Don't Care (feat. Adam Gontier) 03:57
09 Burn 04:16
10 S.O.S. (Anything But Love) [feat. Cristina Scabbia] 04:19
11 Peace 05:49


  1. Official website
    Clearing up about the lawsuit