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Old 11-18-2009, 02:19 PM
Schaffi Schaffi is offline
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Originally Posted by fonzbear2000 View Post
Ah, so it must be Rammstein messing with censorship. That's a pretty funny bit.
Well, unfortunately it's the other way round. I don't know if you heard about it but the song "Ich tu dir weh" has been put on the 'Index' in Germany. That means that you have to be at least 18 years or older in order buy the original version of "Liebe Ist Für Alle Da". Besides, it is illegal to advertise the original version of the album and stores have to keep their copies of "Liebe ist für alle da" behind the counter. So you have to ask for the cd.
Therefore the band released a censored version of "Liebe ist für alle da" on Monday. Unfortunately I don't know if they just removed the song or kept the song and censored it in some way. RAMMSTEIN aren't even allowed to play this song live in Germany unless they make sure that every person attending their concerts is over the age of 18.

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