Wiener Blut

Album: Liebe ist für alle da (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • This song with the English translation of "Viennese Blood" is Rammstein's take on the Josef Fritzl case. The infamous Austrian imprisoned his daughter in a basement at his home and fathered several children with her. Rammstein have never been shy of basing their song on controversial figures. For instance, Mein Teil was based on the German cannibalism case of Armin Meiwes.

Comments: 2

  • Josh from PennsylvaniaOk all of their songs are about either blood or seducing into sex or cannibalism (which isn't cannibalism in their case) their music is mesmerizing & they all age very well. & the entire band stuck together like a pack all these years all original members. Wake up people there things in this world that exist that come from myths.
  • Alex from Germanybtw. this is not an Original Video - fanbased Video
    There is no Official Video for this song!
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