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Old 03-03-2012, 12:45   #61
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Not to my knowledge anyone climbed on the boat or gantry at any other gig but that explains why Flake did a really short run at Nottingham but went all he way around the sound desk at the O2.

The one who walked on the gantry swung off it like he was rocket propelled when the road crew who came across the gantry made a grab for him. Both the mohican nearest the small stage and the other guy who actually walked on the gantry were both ejected there and then from the venue when they dropped back to the floor.

Why pay £50 to only see half the concert?. If either of those idiots had fallen and hurt themselves it would have put Rammsteins whole show in jeopardy. MUPPETS. Good riddance they were immediately ejected from the venue (same as 2 idiots who threw a couple of bottles at the O2 gig - immediately ejected by security)

Rammsteins crew were really p*s**d-annoyed it was taking ShowSec so long to get them down! Then at the end of the gig when Rammstein used it to go back to the main stage there was a whole row of yellow polo shirts underneath it!

No fake stuff at Nottingham, O2 or Brixton Acc in the last year or so. Outside Nottingham they were even chasing the ticket touts across the road completely away from the venue.

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Old 03-03-2012, 12:55   #62
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Climbing into Flakes boat without an invitation was just bad manners. There was fake stuff for sale at Nottingham but not right outside the venue.
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My take on the London show with photos from Manchester by Mike

http://music.thedigitalfix.com/conte...rammstein.html
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Jesus it was an EPIC gig haha
Newcastle rarely sees such big shows like this, so I was very glad to wait 7 hours to get on the barriers and get a suntan from the flames. Loved it, and cannot wait to see them again. I even got a fist pump from Till on the big penis I thought my camera was a goner with the heat and foam.
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Fantastic pic!

There is a rumour that the band will film the two Paris shows that take place in the next couple of days, so hopefully it will mean a DVD of the show will be out sometime this year.

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Old 05-03-2012, 00:55   #66
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Lets hope they don't edit out Bueck Dich again then like they did on the Live Aus Berlin DVD even though it was on the VHS version :-(

This present set list would make an excellent release - 1080p this time please?
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:01   #67
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Lets hope they don't edit out Bueck Dich again then like they did on the Live Aus Berlin DVD even though it was on the VHS version :-(
Think of the children !!!! (videoing such activities from the vantage point of their fathers shoulders )
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I would be there for a Blu Ray! I want to see the show again, but sadly crap quality Youtube videos are the only way (urgghhh HD my bum! its a cameraphone!).

I take it from all the words from fans I was with that this new tour is as big as they have ever been stage wise? The whole lowering bridge thing was very interesting stuff, hard on the neck when I had to turn around haha but hey it was different thats for sure. Still I have not really heard one bad word about the entire show, I knew many in the crowd in various places around the arena and everyone seemed blown away. I will say I was maybe blown away more being on them barriers

I loved it when the very first fireball erupted, the heat was intense! my camera got soo hot from the blasts, metal stays warm I guess for longer than your face I did expect my camera to be broke by the end of the gig, but gladly I was surrounded by nice people and they were calm, collective and not pushers and brawlers (unlike in the moshy pit more central, I was just off to the side gladly) so I was never in fear of losing my spot on the barrier gladly. The foam didnt splatter me too much and I didnt get wet - so hey my camera survived to live another day mind you I got 1500 pictures I even managed to change SD cards mid show that shows you how calm it was at times!

I expected to be destroyed, mind you one of my friends in the mosh pit was destroyed (and drunk haha).
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1500 photos!!!!!! What is the point going to a gig if you are just going to spend the whole night looking through a camera screen and probably annoying the people around you who had to put up with it as well?
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1500 photos!!!!!! What is the point going to a gig if you are just going to spend the whole night looking through a camera screen and probably annoying the people around you who had to put up with it as well?
Well I dont annoy many(any) as far as I know (I ask, believe me). I am always on the barriers at gigs and my camera is tucked down low so it doesn't distract anyone, I even use the viewfinder at times as well so not to distract with a massive LCD screen like 99% of other people in the crowd holding up massive phone screens. I even kindly duck down so people can see over me, I care what others see unlike many others in the crowd. I also have it on constant shooting once set up, so I can watch perfectly what is in front of me while rapid shooting when need be

If only the majority of crowds were like me, then gigs would not be ruined by people holding up phones blinding and ditracing everyone behind them. Thats why I get on the barriers as I hate seeing a sea of LCD screens

Still I want things like this recorded for prosperity as my mind is going

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Still I want things like this recorded for prosperity as my mind is going
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another excellent picture to remind me of 2 of the best gigs I've ever been to!!
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Just had it confirmed via YouTube that the Paris shows were indeed being filmed, so hopefully a DVD before the end of the year
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Did they do anything after Rosenrot? I stopped following around then as they were all doing solo stuff.
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Did they do anything after Rosenrot? I stopped following around then as they were all doing solo stuff.
See the picture of Til on the large pink thing ? Well that was the sperm cannon for Pussy which was from the last album not including greatest hits
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Yep after Rosenrot, the next album was called 'Liebe ist für alle da' (German for "Love is there for everyone").
After that release came the current Made in Germany album.

Guitarist Richard Kruspe also started his side project band called Emigrate in 2005 while Rammstein took a year off. To date there has been one Emigrate album, also called Emigrate.

http://www.emigrate.eu/?lang=en

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New Live DVD update for the previous tour:

Finally after more than a year waiting, the DVD’s production of the show in Madison Square Garden in 2010 (New York, USA) is confirmed by its director Matthew Amos.

Amos enabled a few hours ago footage shot in professional quality, of Rammstein performing Waidmanns Heil. Additionally, the director’s official webiste also lists his Curriculum Vitae with information about the DVD production in the year 2011.

Matthew Amos has also collaborated with other famous artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kasabian, Iron Maiden and Pet Shop Boys.

UPDATE: Director of Photography and Camera Operator Jimmy O’Donnell also confirms the same information in his multi-camera television credits. Also according to this source, the DVD is being produced by the Done & Dusted company.

http://en.affenknecht.com/live-dvd-f...den-confirmed/

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This should look (and sound) excellent in Blu-Ray.

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I'm really looking forward to the Paris gigs from this year that were filmed

lets hope we don't have to wait 2 years for that

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