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  • Audio CD (27 Mar. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Gun
  • ASIN: B000ELL1KI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 276,145 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dee Roddy on 17 Feb. 2007
Format: Audio CD
For fans of latter day German metal, this album is a must. Often compared to Rammstein, OOmph are in a class of their own, although will undoubtedly appeal to fans of the East German rockers! Catchy music, interesting lyrics and a voice all of their own. It's nice to see Oomph are becoming more popular here, and their musical strength is growing with each album. check this one out!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Magida Gharz on 7 May 2011
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If you want to rock out, buy it! Its amazing. Even if you dont speak a word of German, it doesnt matter. Its gold. Pure Gold
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Rhys L. Lowther on 3 Sept. 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is another album showing how talented these guys are. The one big problem with it is it lacks consistancy. There are some truely legendry tacks on this album like Gott ist ein popstar, Mein Schatz, Menschein and
Du willst es doch auch.The only problem with that not all the tracks can be as good as those few and a couple more. Don't get me wrong all the tracks are good but some of the songs lack a little Oomph if you excuse the pun.
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By Igor Freitas on 1 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is not the best album from OOMPH! but it's a good album. If you like the other albums, you'll like this one.
It's not so different from the "Wahreiht...".
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful! >.< 16 May 2006
By D.W. Williams - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Oomph! are a German electro-metal band that most Americans probably haven't (but should have) heard of by now. They formed the year I was born, 1989, and entered the industrial-metal scene years before Rammstein did. In fact, Rammstein cite Oomph! as one of their biggest musical influences.

Oomph! are Dero Goi, Andreas Crap and Robert Flux (no one I've met know their real names by the way :-P). They were all born in the late sixties/early seventies, grew up in Germany, listened to such artists as The Beatles, ABBA, Bjork, Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails, and all shared a common interest in electronic music.

The band released their first self-titled album in 1992, just three years after they formed. This could very well have been the first "Tanz-metall" album if not for one thing - it wasn't metal! They actually started off as a purely industrial act, but like Fear Factory, would go on to change their sound drastically while at the same time keeping the fundamental roots they had already established. 1994 saw the release of Sperm, their sophomore effort, and here's where we saw a change in sound. Guitars started to have a more prominent role in the music, the lyrics became more aggressive, and the band started to adopt more and more metallic qualities not seen in Germany at the time. Defekt was released in '95, followed by Wunschkind in '96, and then the band were signed to Virgin Records. Through Virgin they released 3 albums: 1998's Unrein, 1999's Plastik and 2001's Ego.

With the benefits of major label status, Oomph! acquired more and more fans across central Europe. They played at such festivals as Dynamo (w/Pantera, Incubus, The Misfits and Coal Chamber), Ozzfest in Braunschweig, Mera Luna and Wacken Open Air.

In 1999, they branched out farther when opening for the British rock band Skunk Anansie (another favorite of mine), and toured through most of the EU, as well as completing another tour with Finnish rockers HIM. They also got to collaborate with the elusive German punk diva Nina Hagen, as well as the band KoRn for their single-CD "Good God."

The band eventually left Virgin due to creative differences, and soon after signed to Gun/Supersonic (ran through Sony-BMG). In 2004, they released their 8th album, Wahrheit Oder Pflicht, and toured with After Forever and Samael later that year. They also returned to Dynamo and played alongside such names as Slayer, Nightwish and Soulfly to name a few. Following a non-album single with Sonja of L'Ame Immortelle, the band regrouped to write their ninth opus, GlaubeLiebeTod.

GlaubeLiebeTod, while not my favorite Oomph! album, may be one of their catchiest yet. While the English lyrics have been scrapped, the emotion in Dero's voice as well as the accompanying synth and guitar melodies are strong enough to still maintain the interest of non-German speakers such as myself. Lead single "Gott Ist Ein Popstar" (which probably sort of refers to what Skunk Anansie did in "Selling Jesus," not that they believe God is a popstar I imagine ;-)) begins with an industrial dancebeat, and some whispering from Dero, then later kicks into a heavy chorus that may bring to mind some of Manson's earlier work. Following is the second single, "Das Letzte Streichholz" (The Last Match), which is equally as satisfying and contains a strong rhythm. "Traumst Du" follows, and is the best song so far, with one of the band's most intoxicating choruses. Then there are songs such as "Land in Sicht" that are chilled off and mellowed down, offering a nice change of pace for the album. My personal favorite however is "Zuviel Liebe Kann Dich Toten," easily one of the most beautiful songs the band has written (fans of Depeche Mode, take note!). If you have the limited edition, you receive two bonustracks and some enhanced material. I'd say it's worth it, particularly for the song "Menschsein."

Along with the new Lacuna Coil and The Gathering albums, I'd easily rank this as one of the best albums of 2006 thus far. I truly recommend everyone take the time to check this band out, even if by downloading. This band deserves to have a bigger fanbase, and I suggest everyone who reads this review to tell your friends about Oomph! - now, damnit!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Oomph! struck the inspirational equivalent of gold on this album 24 Oct. 2006
By Max Kalkman - Published on
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For a loong time, Unrein was my favorite Oomph! album. More than half the tracks of Unrein could easily be called my favorite. I was extremely excited when I first heard Plastik, and it was very good. Well worth purchasing, but it didnt seem to have quite as much bite as Unrein had. Then when Ego hit, it seemed to be to Plastik what Plastik was to Unrein. Finally with Wahrheit oder Pflicht, I was finding that the special edition songs were my favorite songs. Augen Auf! absolutely rocked, but after a while it seemed like the current album is almost the industrial metal equivalent of pop. I had a few second thoughts about buying the next album, and not downloading it and seeing if I liked it, but I wound up buying it. It almost seems like some parts of the new album should be on an album called Wahrheit oder Pflicht 2, except that GlaubeLiebeTod surpasses the 3 post Unrein albums by far. So much so, that I debated for a while which album was better, Unrein or GlaubeLiebeTod, and I have to go with GlaubeLiebeTod.
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Awesome for anyone into the genre 6 May 2006
By Thor98x - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've been getting bored waiting for the bands I love to get more albums made and selling, so I decided to have a look for new bands. Don't ask me how I came across this band but I was amazed at the quality. I'm usually not one for songs sung in other languages but I can't get enough of this album. I LOVE IT !!

It really has made me want to go out and find new foreign bands. If we are missing out on bands like oomph! then what else at we missing out on ?

Absolutely brilliant album, well worth a listen even if you don't speak the language. It's got awesome catchy tunes and all in a nice hard rock tone. My favourites are "Zuviel Liebe kann dich t?ten" and "Gott ist ein Popstar", but that's not to say that the rest are lacking. All the songs are of equal level. Just a brilliant album in general.

Try them out, you WON'T regret it
My Favorite Album 4 Dec. 2012
By Brotherhood1994x - Published on
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I love this album and I hadn't been able to purchase my own albums because of the lack of money. When I started to make some serious cash, I knew what I wanted to spend my extra money on. Glaubeliebetod is by far my favorite album by OOMPH. The music on this album just sounds better overall in my opinion. I can listen to every song on here easily over and over again. My personal favorites are Traumst Du, Mein schatz, Dreh dich nicht um, and Ich will deine Seele. Do you like German rock bands? Are you an OOMPH fan and you have yet to purchase this album? Then I definitely recommend this to you and really anyone who enjoys actual rock music. 5/5.
By victim of the system - Published on
Format: Audio CD
i got into Oomph! back a few years ago from hearing augen auf on the fifa soccer game and it was a great song so i looked them up and found out they are one of the best bands ever...the cds i have got that i can find are Oomph! , sperm , defekt , wunschkind , unrein , plastik , ego ,wahrheit oder pflicht , glaubeliebetod , and on august 19th the new album Monster drops by the looks there sticking to glaubeliebetod and keeping the full german lyrics but u can find all there german songs in english on there website so u can understand abit more about each song but im ready for yet another great album from Oomph! THE ROCK GODS
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