Sonne (4:32)

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“Sonne” (German for “Sun”) is a song by the German Neue Deutsche Härte group Rammstein. It was the first single released from the then forthcoming album Mutter. According to Till Lindemann, the song was originally written as an entrance song for the boxer Vitali Klitschko, which was also the working title of the song.

An excerpt of “Sonne” was used in the 2002 movie FeardotCom, when the psychopathic torturist abducted an unsuspecting aspiring actress.

The video features the band as dwarves working for a gold dust-addicted Snow White, driven by their sexual obsession towards her. Apparently, this came about while several of the band members were watching the old Disney film, Snow White, and had Sonne playing in the background, giving them the idea for the video. Also (as told by Paul in the Making Of Sonne video) the video came out of a video Olliver (bassist) did mixing Sonne song and parts of Snow White movie with his computer. The band supposedly went through nearly 40 different ideas for the video such as the story of a boxer, before choosing the Snow White theme. One of the other ideas was a video about the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima (which would have matched the lyrics and the depressed-sounding vocalization). Lady Snow-White (German “Schneewittchen”) is played by the Russian soap actress Yulia Stepanova.


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