Rammstein — “Mein Teil,” from the album Reise, Reise (2004).
Rammstein — “Engel,” from the album Sehnsucht (1997).
Since “Du Hast” was the first song I heard by Rammstein, I think it appropriate this be the album of the week while they are artist of the week.
Of course this song was my introduction to Rammstein…
Rammstein — “Du Hast,” from the album Sehnsucht (1997).
Friends of mine who are Auburn fans talked a lot of trash last week, mostly because the Tigers’ defense has straightened up lately. But you can’t really do much with an offense that can’t score touchdowns. Needless to say, the Alabama Crimson Tide won. They will be undefeated when they meet the Florida Gators next Saturday in Atlanta for the SEC Championship game. Roll Tide!
Here is something amusing for you to watch:
HIM — “Love Without Tears,” from the album Tears on Tape (2013).
HIM — “Cyanide Sun,” from the album Venus Doom (2007).
HIM — “The Kiss of Dawn,” from the album Venus Doom (2007).
In case you were wondering, I’m numbering these because I’m sure some artists will appear in multiple posts, and sometimes it’s a song, sometimes it’s an album… I just want everyone to be able to easily recognize the different posts. 🙂
Today, on my way to my brother’s apartment, I put in Avenged Sevenfold’s Nightmare. The title track struck me anew, and so that is what is now playing…
HIM — “It’s All Tears (Drown in This Love),” from the album Greatest Lovesongs, Vol. 666 (1997).