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Video by Rammstein
Released December 1, 2003
Genre Neue Deutsche Härte
Length 210:00
Language German
Label Motor, Universal
Producer Jacob Hellner, Rammstein
Compiler Emanuel Fialik, Arne Weingart
Rammstein chronology
Live aus Berlin

Lichtspielhaus (obsolete German for "cinema"; literally "light-play house") is the German NDH-metal band Rammstein's second DVD, and was released on December 1, 2003. It is a compilation of all their videos to date and some live performances, commercial advertisements, trailers and "makings-of".[1]


  • Track listing 1
    • Videos / Vorführung 1.1
    • In Concert-highlights / Aufführung 1.2
    • Making Of / Dreharbeiten 1.3
    • TV Trailer / Reklame 1.4
  • References 2

Track listing

Videos / Vorführung

  1. "Du riechst so gut"
  2. "Seemann"
  3. "Rammstein"
  4. "Engel"
  5. "Du hast"
  6. "Du riechst so gut 98"
  7. "Stripped"
  8. "Sonne
  9. "Links 2-3-4"
  10. "Ich will"
  11. "Mutter"
  12. "Feuer frei!"

In Concert-highlights / Aufführung

  • 100 Jahre Rammstein Arena Berlin 1996
    • Herzeleid
    • Seemann
  • Philipshalle Düsseldorf 1997
    • Spiel mit mir
  • Rock am Ring Festival 1998
    • Heirate mich
    • Du hast
  • Live aus Berlin Wuhlheide 1998
    • Sehnsucht (Edited studio recording over live performance)
  • Big Day Out Festival Sydney 2001
    • Weißes Fleisch
    • Asche zu Asche
  • Velodrom Berlin 2001
    • Ich will
    • Links 2 3 4

Making Of / Dreharbeiten

  1. Du hast
  2. Du riechst so gut 98
  3. Sonne
  4. Links 2-3-4
  5. Ich will

TV Trailer / Reklame

  1. Achtung Blitzkrieg!
  2. Du hast
  3. Links 2-3-4
  4. Mutter


  1. ^ LeVasseur, Andrea. "Lichtspielhaus overview". Allmovie (Rovi Corporation). Retrieved on 14 May 2010.
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