Rammstein's Till Lindemann knows how to make music videos that viewers will never forget, and he's put that talent to great use throughout 2019 and into early 2020. When not blowing minds with his main band's characteristically risque visual offerings, the singer has been frying synapses with the videos from his eponymous side project, from the Peter Stormare–assisted "Steh Auf" to "Knebel," a clip so graphic that it only aired once in its uncensored form, to the seven-and-a-half minute short movie for "Frau & Mann." The latest visual from Lindemann the band — which also features Hypocrisy main man Hypocrisy's Peter Tägtgren — accompanies "Platz Eins," a majestic, synth-laden cut off the group's recently released sophomore album F & M. The song's title means "First Place" in English and its lyrics are full of possibly delusional bravado ("All women, all mine/Everything is just about me"), a theme that plays out across the new music video in which the singer and his partner in crime appear to revel in a bizarre fantasy full of sex slaves, disco and glam metal. Watch the censored version above. The explicit version, reportedly complete with Till's penis and a graphic orgy, is available via the German adult site Visit-X and can be purchased for for £1.99.
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