One of Rammstein's most popular and well-known songs, first released in 2001 on their album Mutter and having gained mainstream recognition due to an appearance on the movie xXx. The song's title basically means "Fire freely!" in German (used in the sense of "fire at will" by German soldiers during combat). Live performances of this song highlight the band's unmitigated passion for flames and burning eruptions, which further cements the mainstream's misinterpretation of this song as being directly associated with fire. But the far worse twist of n00bism is any idiot that refers to the song as "BANG BANG!" (which just happens to be the following line in the song's chorus, after "Feuer Frei!"). There aren't many ways for Rammstein to be degraded even further by the sheer, undeniable ignorance of the mainstream masses, but calling them "Rob Zombie clones" is certainly one of them. Any real fan of Rammstein's music would recognize that the depth, musical talent and plain kick-ass rhythms of these w00t Germans would (and should) be insulted by comparing them to Rob Zombie, so please disregard the last definition written for this entry.
"Geadelt ist wer Schmerzen kennt,
vom Feuer das in Lust verbrennt,
in ihren Schoß,
Ein heißer Schrei,
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