|Studio album by Megaherz|
|Released||July 12, 1998|
|Genre||Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial metal|
|Producer||Andi List & Yogi Lang|
The first track, Liebestöter brought the album most of its popularity abroad. The album features a cover of a Falco song, Rock Me, Amadeus, and continued Megaherz's tradition of having one song per album based on a fairy tale with the track Rappunzel, which alludes to the story of the same name. The track Freiflug reuses lyrics from the song Spring in die Schlucht from the Herzwerk album.
- Liebestöter ("Love killer") - 4:51
- Kopfschuss ("Headshot") - 4:19
- Herz aus Stein ("Heart of stone") - 4:04
- Miststück ("Bitch") - 3:30
- Burn - 1:37
- Rappunzel ("Rappunzel") - 3:58
- Blender ("Fraud") - 4:19
- Jordan - 3:39
- Freiflug ("Free flight") - 4:58
- Meine Sünde ("My sin") - 3:39
- Teufel ("Devil") - 5:00
- Schizophren ("Schizophrenic") - 3:34
- Rock Me, Amadeus - 3:26
- Liebestöter (Rock-Club Mix) - 4:26
^ Liebestöter ("Love-killer") a pun on the German word for unattractive underwear.
^ "Bitch" is a slightly inaccurate translation in that Miststück is a non-gender-specific insult, though the context of the song makes it clear that the Miststück is a female. Miststück literally means "piece of crap".
^ Jordan is named for the expression "to cross the Jordan" (a river in the Levant), meaning "to die".
- Alexander Wesselsky - Vocals
- X-Tian - Guitar
- Wenz - Bass
- Frank Gergele - Drums, Percussion
- Noel Pix - Guitar, Keyboards & Programming
- Andi list - Additional Programming on Burn
- Yogi lang - additional Programming on Burn
|This 1990s metal album–related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|