Rammstein - Stripped (HD)

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Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein released a cover of Depeche Mode's "Stripped" in 1998. This version cuts the line "Let me see you stripped down to the bone" to "Let me see you stripped", which was due to singer Till Lindemann's difficulty singing "down to the bone". (The entire line is restored in the "Heavy Mental Mix" by Charlie Clouser.) The song was originally on the tribute album For the Masses and reached number 14 in the German single charts. The song also appears as a hidden track on some special editions of the band's sophomore release Sehnsucht. It was the first English song released by the band.

The video for the song incorporated footage from the Leni Riefenstahl film Olympia, which led to threats against the band due to Riefenstahl's association with the Third Reich. Members of the band praised Riefenstahl's filmmaking abilities and aesthetic choices in a 2011 documentary of the making of the video, particularly the imagery of the athletes, while simultaneously disassociating themselves from Riefenstahl's politics. Members of Depeche Mode, especially Martin Gore, responded positively to the cover, since it was so different from any other versions of Depeche Mode's work.


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