Herzwerk II

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Herzwerk II
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Studio album by Megaherz
Released 2002
Genre Industrial metal, Alternative metal
Length 63:57
Label Firestarter Records
Producer Christian Bystron, Ralf Weigand
Megaherz chronology
Herzwerk II

Herzwerk II (eng. Heart-work II) is the fourth full album from the German band Megaherz. It is the last CD to feature singer Alexx Wesselsky before he left with Noel Pix to form Eisbrecher. The final track, Es brennt ("It's burning"), which talks about the differences between Eastern and Western Germany, was included on the Digi-pack version of the disc, but was released online for download. It is still available, but in stream-only format. It was Re-released in America in 2008 with track 14 included.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Herzblut ("Heart-blood[1]") - 5:18
  2. Glas und Tränen ("Glass and tears") - 3:55
  3. I.M. Rumpelstilzchen (Unofficial Collaborator Rumplestiltskin) - 4:31
  4. 5. März ("March 5th") - 4:17
  5. F.F.F. (Flesh For Fantasy) - 5:25 (Billy Idol cover)
  6. Hand auf's Herz ("Hand on my heart") - 3:59
  7. Zu den Sternen ("To the stars") - 5:14
  8. Licht II (Instrumental) ("Light II") - 2:08
  9. Heute schon gelebt? ("Lived yet today?") - 3:51
  10. An deinem Grab' ("At your grave") - 6:57
  11. Perfekte Droge ("Perfect drug") - 4:27
  12. Spiel' nicht… ("Don't play…") - 4:41
  13. Gold ("Gold") - 5:11
  14. Es brennt ("It burns", limited digipak only) - 4:03

^ Herzblut is a German compound word literally meaning heart-blood or blood of the heart. The official translation suggests that "a better translation would be 'your everything and all, your essence'."


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