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"Amour" ("French: Love") is a song by the German band Rammstein from their album Reise, Reise. Similar to songs like "Nebel" and even "Ohne Dich", Amour has a rather mellow beat and lyrics that deal with love and the pain that goes with it. In fact, the strongest metaphor in the song is the camparison of love to a wild animal that many try and fail to tame. Rammstein is a German band formed in 1993. ... Reise, Reise, Rammsteins fourth studio album, was released on 27 September 2004 in Germany, followed shortly by its release in the rest of Europe. ... Mutter (German for Mother) is Rammsteins third studio album. ... Ohne Dich is the third released single from Rammsteins fourth studio album titled Reise Reise. ...

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  • Lyrics & Unofficial Translation By Jeremy Williams

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Talkin' Broadway Review: Amour (1063 words)
But Amour, if not the equal of those musicals in size, matches them every step of the in terms of the talent to be found onstage and off.
Amour is simply a show where almost everything works; the material, physical production, and the performances integrated so well, it's difficult to tell where one element leaves off and other begins.
Amour is an intimate musical with nine performers with well trained singing voices, a five piece orchestra (under the sparkling direction of Todd Ellison), and Legrands own gentle orchestrations.
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