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look at the imus time phenomenon what makes them so popular what inspires them and how did they become one of its most successful rock examples. controversial cutting edge and a commercial and critical success tom steiner germany's bad boys of rock but they're not just in your face industrial metal. to come up bob moved from texas to move if you understand them you'll find beautiful but talk lyrics you can expect to journey into the unknown to the dark side to evil and who consumes music time stonor infamous for their militaristic imagery defiance of taboo subjects and their at times album ranges videos critics either love them or anything.
where there is general agreement is on their explosive live performances with cairo techniques mastered by frank mantillas lindemann himself with eighteen million records sold worldwide shiner one of germany's best known bands their metal and music circus goes down particularly well with fans in the u.s. . territory intense the crazy out of control i'm learning german for them i just finished my first year but how did that pass through to. just to watch. all of it the star schneider and first time law firms the six friends played in various bands in east germany in one thousand nine hundred four they joined forces to form. the sex gender like a family where communication is key. to most all from stein is about talking to me
like having a discussion seventy percent of the time we spent together this child to go on. a trip back into our into the late one nine hundred eighty guitarist hollanders and keyboard push on the flock along with part of the legendary east berlin punk alfred feeling being. we were really lucky to meet up when you each of the from the old days and had something in common. you could have all come to nothing with the same music. the music isn't any better than other music i was. looking in a. place like a. mark amish china town would certainly make its mark the big breakthrough came with the one nine hundred ninety seven single angle which spent several months
in the german charts. have released sixty two albums to date everyone gets. stuck tristar. the band's pension for explosive works well on the big screen two as seen here in the concert movie. paris view their tours to the berlin based band from mexico to japan and they show no signs of retiring. caspita forgotten that we enjoy touring and our concerts are always sold out i don't know what would have to happen for us to stop enjoying it. i can't imagine anything bad. and the others feel the same way. to live over two decades since their creation. to live on an extremely successful career and copied but in terms of sheer originality never in full
live to the current technical extravaganza of a concert the notorious german band's concert film paris their shows are loud and provocative but on the red carpet the band members look relatively tame all six attended the movie's world premiere in berlin in march twenty seventh team a project that was a labor of love. making to. reach new album but we tried to come up with a show that will outdo the last one. and i think it's important to document out somehow. to come to the essence of what we were trying to do. in this case it worked really well we can show our grandkids what we were like on stage.
features footage from two concerts in paris in twenty twelve thirty cameras were strategically placed to capture the band's mix of music stage effects and theater the film was shown simultaneously in cinemas in more than forty countries. so life. it's always tricky trying to reproduce a live concert i think that film is the only medium that can convey at least some of what we're doing. this is. such a big. if since it needed type unlike the slow movers we can see ourselves anyway on stage just beat it's like watching a great goal in a football match you can break it down into fractions of a second. time. this is not first time they were previously the subject of a documentary called in america which trying to go metal band success in the
u.s. . is sort of the title the u.s. is a big part of our band history so we're glad we're finally been able to turn all the material that we have accumulated into a documentary. black centered on the band's sell out show at madison square garden in new york the documentary ended up topping music charts in the u.s. and britain. that's the premier of homs trying cameras at a famous theater in berlin and its director eunice upper london has put together numerous video clips for the band and of course the drum sound is hard because they want it done so many great things so it's a challenge to keep up on their artistic level it seems safe to say of times time
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in twenty fifty in their first album skills and skills shot into charts from britain to australia play guitarist of the close by has his own side project going on with his band emigrate. members enjoy taking time out for extra curricular activities. it's more important than rush trying to keep the band healthy and happy then just you know follow idea of the industry explain play emigres have released two albums and. collaborated with such big a musician says japanese guitar legend the time. killing of an writes song lyrics and he's dabbled in poetry his first volume messer was published in two thousand to his dark verses inspired by everyday life says the
leipzig born son of a children's book author. toby isn't tall but if you have a dream if i can note it down fast enough before it fades. or it's the grandma crossing the intersection and you're thinking is she going to make it and i think about what would happen if she hadn't made it for the moment always sounds so gruesome but ultimately it could be real. although of course i do hope the grandma makes it across. he released his second volume in twenty thirteen intitled instill in the war on quiet nights it was published in russia three years later and sold out within a day. the border closed down lawrence aka flocka has also branched out into writing his twenty fifteen autobiography recounts his life before time when he admits that there on a style of rock was not his thing it's not really i'm no longer afraid of loud
music and i know the meaning musicians look and behave the nicer they are off stage . and as the co-author of a vintage model rental company he also gets to indulge in his passion for classic cars. everything from the vibrant world of pop music on facebook at g.w. music story stars and the latest from the music scene. join us in the universe of pop on facebook and send us a man. we love hearing from the stir. fiber from stein six albums to date made it to the top of the charts in germany two thousand and five was an almost produced the single bed scene which is our number three on this topic i'm starting special.
live live. live if there's one thing ramstein are afraid of it's the only hope and their videos on the no exception next we look at the making of some of the more examples and discover that the lads are not shy of offending sensibilities elections on the beach to monsters in the bedroom. music videos are a no nonsense affair and is key to the band's image as its music ever since the clips to its debut single do least so good the band has created its very own brand of visuals. live very
few artists that i work with bring. the best out of me. out of everybody you know to me. ever since the first time i work with always felt like you know it's special and it's different and it makes me. crazy to leave do stuff that i usually wouldn't do. live in the field for the two thousand one single song the band played for slaving away . and snow white spoke my twisted take on the original brothers grimm fairy tale live. look he's from berry's evil not the caring snow one from the fairy tale we treat the story a bit of it it's. live it was not the
first or last time the band called it controversy. it's a really nice story in itself with snow white in the walls but observation is out for trouble look to tell some force mind trial was based on a real case of cannibalism in germany each member was told to improvise their part on camera looking over the month time is money so i saw mine tiles by my pot as my second personality my alter ego there are times in life when you try to find a balance with your shadow shop once. in a grammy nomination thanks in no small part to a video that didn't pull any punches. live live band members say their videos are an exploration of their
own limits. or what critics call they don't experiment you want to hear anything when you. live in two thousand and nine video to the single currency was shot as a hardcore pornography movie and it links to other russian sex sites the video was heavily censored for mainstream television back home live. still the calculated breach of taboo to help plan the song at number one on the german charts. it was said so much but i do anything for the band and i say the others think similarly. in a trench eleven fifteen minute lunch the bench made a surprise appearance as clean cut beach boys they shot the video where else but in
sunny california. the mission of we always dreamt of shooting a clip on the beach just the girls the way rappers always doing now i know why they always doing it it's a lot more fun with us from nashville. living up to their bad boy image not much time still loves classic red lines but behind all the costumes and makeup when the cameras are off they're basically six feeling these guys. playing the lead. and finally we revisit i'm stein's early days the band's first number one album was the same soaked from one thousand nine hundred seventy it featured the single angel cup a heavenly time and see you soon on public schools. the
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