Rammstein: Your first album "Herzeleid" made it into the charts again

Their first album "Herzeleid" made it into the charts again

Rammstein are back in the official German charts with "Herzeleid".

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With "Herzeleid" in 1995 Rammstein sparked an industrial hype. Now, 25 years later, their debut album is climbing the charts again.

With their debut album "Herzeleid" in 1995, Rammstein leveled their international success, which continues to this day. What many don't know, however, is that the record only made it to sixth place in the German charts. Now the band around singer Till Lindemann (57) trumps itself once more: on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the record, the industrial band released the remastered "Anniversary Edition" and climbed to second place in the official German charts GfK Entertainment.

Other guitar sounds surpass "Herzeleid": The AC / DC album "Power Up" greets you again from the place in the sun. By the way: Die Toten Hosen also re-released an old disc. The 2005 album "Only for a visit: Unplugged in the Vienna Burgtheater" only made it to seventh place in a limited anniversary edition.

In the single charts, on the other hand, Christmas pop classics dominate the scene. Mariah Carey (50, "All I Want For Christmas Is You"), Wham! ("Last Christmas") and Melanie Thornton (1967-2001, "Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming)") are on the podium here.