Rammstein’s “Engel” was released in April 1997 as the first single from their second album, “Sehnsucht”, along with a music video inspired by the 1996 Quentin Tarantino film, “From Dusk Till Dawn”. “Engel” made its own on-screen debut during the closing credits of November 1997’s “Mortal Kombat: Annihilation”. An English version of “Engel” can be found on US special editions of “Sehnsucht”.
The female part of song’s chorus in Rammstein’s own version is sung by Christiane “Bobo” Hebold of the German pop band Bobo in White Wooden Houses. Priest’s version features female vocalist (and the band’s visual artist) Greta Helling.
But let’s first check the new version by Priest.
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