Single Status Update
Each album has a very neat theme :
Herzeleid (Stages of Love)
Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? = Early in the relationship, when the sex is insane.
Der Meister = About God, and marriage
Weißes Fleisch = before dating begins, the lust builds
Asche zu Asche = death of the loved one
Seemann = the courtship begins, like he's showing off to his love that he has a boat.
Du riechst so gut = the closeness starts to develop into a relationship
Das alte Leid = the breakup (death)
Heirate mich = lust that does not die
Herzeleid = sorrow at the parting
Laichzeit = the secret lusts during the marriage
Rammstein = the relationship compares to Ramstein...tragedy.
Sehnsucht (feelings and actions)
Sehnsucht = longing
Engel = sin
Tier = incest
Bestrafe mich = punishment
Du hast = mockery
Bück dich = dominance
Spiel mit mir = lonliness
Klavier = attraction
Alter Mann = death
Eifersucht = Jealousy
Küss mich (Fellfrosch) = mating
Mutter (Stages of life)
Mein Herz brennt = early childhood when you believed in monsters under your bed.
Links 234 = rebellious age (the military theme, most kids that are rebellous will join the military on a whim in this stage, though the military theme is a backlay to the main theme of heartbreak in the rebellous age)
Sonne = middle age (the working in the music video)
Ich will = teenage years (dreaming to be sucessful, wanting attention)
Feuer frei! = the rebellious age
Mutter = childhood / the rebellous years (Till (I think) mentioned that this was a song about the son leaving the mother in anger or some shit)
Spieluhr = early childhood
Zwitter = late childhood / teenage years / rebellous years exploration of body and sex
Rein Raus = middle age (the dating scene, being a stud)
Adios = the rebellous years, drugs
Nebel = old age
Now tell me that shit don't rock ass for a stoned muthafucka...
¦]-~ RIPPED ¦]-~
Hmm, interesting. I'll have to look at this this morning.
I've noticed a similar thing in the first Savage Garden cd (the orange one with "Tears of Pearls" on it). If you go in the order of tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, you'll notice a pattern of a relationship, from initial sight, infatuation, on down to the argument at the end.