New 7th Music - Untitled album
7th album (untitled).
The untitled seventh studio album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, also referred to eponymously as Rammstein, was released through Universal Music on 17 May 2019. Their first studio album in ten years, it is their first not to be produced by Jacob Hellner; instead, it was produced by Emigrate band member Olsen Involtini. The album was preceded by two singles, "Deutschland" and "Radio", the former becoming their second number-one song in Germany. Ausländer" was released as a single on 31 May.
Performer – Andy Blackwell, Tony Clough, Ashleigh Marsh, Dave Kemp, Heather Rolfe, Phil Kelday, Steve Hildreth. Hypatia (Cass, Album, C90). Not On Label (Phil Kelday Self-released).
After more than two decades as one of the most dynamic live acts in rock and roll, Kruspe says that the band decided to return to the studio to divert attention from their peerless showmanship and back. Accompanied by an epic nine-minute (NSFW) music video directed by Specter Berlin, the lead single is a sprawling - and controversial - lesson in German history, including references to the Third Reich, the Weimar Republic and the Hindenburg disaster.
The untitled ninth studio album by American rapper Nas, commonly referred to eponymously as Nas, was released on July 15, 2008 by The Jones Experience and Def Jam Recordings. Its original title Nigger was changed due to controversy surrounding the racial epithet. The album is distinguished for its political content, diverse sources of production, and provocative subject matter. The album features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, Busta Rhymes, and The Game, among others.
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When mewithoutYou began writing for their 7th studio album they didn’t know they’d be entering into one of the most prolific periods of their career. It’s why mewithoutYou’s music has endured for so long, and why the band remains a pacesetter in the world of thoughtful, aggressive music.
Rammstein's first album in a decade finds them as unique and unstoppable as ever, tethered to originality and provocation. This untitled album has, as is the case with every Rammstein record, 11 tracks, kicking off with first single ‘Deutschland’, a nine-minute opus of German history, vocalist Till Lindemann playing the part of storyteller and provocateur with references to the Third Reich, Weimar Republic and Hindenburg disaster in a way that only he could. Recent single ‘Radio’ is a highlight – okay, Lindemann’s unmistakable baritone vocals churning out mein radio might not qualify as lyrical genius, but it’s catchy as hell. Like its moniker, it’s more groove-laden and sleazy, showcasing this slower new sound they’re going for to perfection. The final standout is ‘Puppe’ is terrifyingly good and designed for playing in heaving traffic, windows down to scare the living shit out of all the basics.
|A2||Strange Friend, Past Present and To Be|
|A3||The Paths Of The Dead|
NotesAndy Blackwell, Dave Mills, Phil Kelday, Pete Spencer, Heather Rolfe, Keith De Vos, Ron Crowcroft & Paul Kelday on B6
Recorded Between 21.12.80 - 7.2.82