Sehnsucht (German for "longing") is the second studio album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. It was released on 25 August 1997 through Motor Music in Europe and Slash Records in the US. It is the only album entirely in German to be certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States.
Sehnsucht (Rammstein album). Studio album by Rammstein. All tracks written by Rammstein, except "Sehnsucht" written by Rammstein and Orgasm Death Gimmick and "Tier", written by Rammstein and Jürgen Engler. 1. "Sehnsucht" ("Desire").
Sehnsucht (German for "Longing", "Desire" and sometimes "Hunger") is Rammstein 's second album. It was released on 22 August 1997. The album booklet folds out to reveal six different covers, one for each band member (each photo depicting the member with bizarre facial-wear made out of ordinary kitchen objects like spatulas, spoons, forks et. The cover most commonly seen features Till Lindemann with a muzzle and bent forks blocking his view, as they are placed over his eyes
The album booklet folds out to reveal six different covers, one for each band member (each photo depicting the member with bizarre facial-wear made out of ordinary kitchen objects like spatulas, spoons, forks, et. The cover most commonly seen features Till Lindemann with an egg-lifter worn as a muzzle and bent forks over his eyes worn as sunglasses.
Jan 4, 2013 The second Rammstein album SEHNSUCHT is released and reached the number one spot in the album charts of Germany and Austria. Chart positions in 17 more countries, including the USA, document the worldwide success of the album. The creative collaboration between Rammstein and producer Jacob Hellner started with HERZELEID and was continued by joining forces again for SEHNSUCHT.
Rammstein's inclusion on the soundtrack left Lynch himself a lifelong fan. When the surrealist director unveiled the long-awaited third season of his cult-classic television show Twin Peaks in 2017, he snuck in a small tribute to Sehnsucht track "Engel" by having his character Gordon Cole whistle the iconic refrain during episode three. 4. There are six Sehnsucht album covers - and they all owe a debt to the Scorpions' 1982 record Blackout The album foldout showcases alternate covers (see below), created by prolific Austrian artist Gottfried Helnwein who also worked with the Scorpions on their album Blackout (note the covers' similarities).