Rammstein sues Germany

Rammstein sues Germany
The German rock band Rammstein sues the German State, writes the music magazine Gaffa.

The reason is that the authorities have blacklisted the band's album "Liebe ist für alle da" from 2009, as one of the songs advocates non-safe and violent sex.

This means that the album no longer can be spread to the public in any way, and that all 85,000 physical copies must be destroyed or stored.

- There's nothing on the album that could be misinterpreted more than any other of Rammstein's album. Why now and why this? says the band's keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz, to Bild am Sonntag.

The band is now demanding compensation of 100,000 dollars.

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