German rock band Rammstein had its highest charting album ever as Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da debuted at No. 13 with 22,000 copies. Previously, the group's best rank came with its 1998 chart debut "Sehnsucht," which peaked at No. 45 off the strength of its only U.S. radio chart hit, "Du Hast." Although the band had its highest debut, Reise, Reise sold over 26,000 copies in the U.S. its opening week of sales.
Worldwide chart positions reaffirm Rammstein's status as one of the most internationally popular rock bands with seven #1 sales chart positions including their native Germany as well as platinum and gold certifications already awarded for numerous European countries.
LIEBE IST FÜR ALLE DA, arrived in stores on Oct. 20 through a marketing and distribution deal with Vagrant Records and Universal Music Germany. The album was produced by Jacob Hellner and Rammstein with recording done at Northern California's Sonoma Mountain Studio. The first single from the 11-track release is "Pussy," which was released as a digital single on Sept. 22 and accompanied by one of the year's most viral videos.