Best known for the 1998 single ”Du Hast,” the infamous German imports return with 11 more anthems of the apocalypse that rarely diverge from their formula of grind-thrash-grind and predictable choral interludes. But given the eviscerating force of Reise, Reise’s songs, it’s almost impossible to dismiss their unabashed monotony. Almost. Except for the industrial-meets-blues groove of acoustic toe-tapper ”Los” and the t.A.T.u.-covering-Ministry appeal of ”Moskau,” Rammstein’s newest plods along as a tedious exercise in darkwave dullness.
Reise, Reise Best known for the 1998 single ''Du Hast,'' the infamous German imports return with 11 more anthems of the apocalypse that rarely diverge from their...Reise, Reise Best known for the 1998 single ''Du Hast,'' the infamous German imports return with 11 more anthems of the apocalypse that rarely diverge from their...2004-12-03
Producer (group): Republic, Universal
Posted December 3 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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