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Feuer Frei! (2002)

Feuer frei!

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"Feuer frei!" is a song by German Industrial Metal band Rammstein. The song is released as the fifth single from their third album Mutter. The title is from the command to start shooting in German military language, can be compared to "fire at will", or "open fire" (literally, "fire free!").

The single charted in Germany, peaking at number 33, and in the UK at number 35.


"Feuer frei!" is one of the band's most known songs, and is credited as their most popular. Despite this, it does not feature on the band's greatest hits collection Made in Germany 1995–2011, for reasons that have not been explained. The song is featured in the film xXx, it is also featured during the CSI episode "Slaves of Las Vegas". The UK Feuer frei!! single was released in three parts (2 CD's, 1 DVD), in three different colours (Yellow-Green-Orange), each with different tracklistings.

The video was directed by Rob Cohen who also directed the movie xXx.

The video for "Feuer frei!" was released in America on MTV, to promote the film xXx. The music video consisted of the band playing on a fiery stage, with several clips from the film. On xXx, Rammstein is featured playing the song in a club in Prague.

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