|Single by Aria featuring Udo Dirkschneider|
|from the album Shtil|
The song was originally recorded for the Chimera album in 2001. Also it was recorded like a duet between Valery Kipelov and Udo Dirkschneider and released on the compilation album "Shtil". The song is based on Jack London's short story "Francis Spaight" and tells of a ship's crew that is lost at sea and forced into cannibalism to prevent starvation. A version of the song was recorded as a tribute to Harley-Davidson by Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe in 2003.
- "Shtil (Штиль)"
Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe version
|Single by Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe|
|Released||30 August 2003|
|Genre||Neue Deutsche Härte
|Producer(s)||Richard Z. Kruspe|
Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe (vocalist and guitarist of German industrial metal band Rammstein, respectively) covered the song and released it as a single. Till sang the song completely in the original Russian.
It was released as a single with 400 copies for the 2003 Harley Party in Moscow, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Harley-Davidson motorbikes. It was re-titled "Schtiel", so as to be pronounced properly in German, the language in which most of Rammstein’s songs are written.
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