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Don't start with Herzeleid :p

Start with Mutter or Sennsucht. Herzeleid is quite a different sound, far more electronic than the rest of their albums.
 
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I'd say listen to Volkerball. Saw them live in Feb and they sound amazing. Probably the best gig I've been too.

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Made in Germany for all there best songs? Saw them in Feb as well and by god it was the best gig ive ever been to.
 
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I started with Herzeleid and then they went downhill.
Sehnsucht was good but every album after that has been the same one.
Get your hands on the DVD Live Aus Berlin - brilliant.
 
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All of them (in chronological order).

This.

Their style changes significantly but that's cool with me depending on my mood.

If I want some old school Rammstein I might listen to some Laichzeit, Du Hast or Sonne. Some newer stuff might see me listening to Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da or Mehr (a personal favourite of mine).

Can get a nice bit of electronic style or just some harder rock.

For absolutely hair standing on end Rammstein epicness I do not think you can beat Stripped from Voelkerball, the Live In Nimes recording. Love it.
 
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+1 for Mutter,

And thats coming from a man who's surname is Mutter, there is no better recommendation than that.;)

Also the Volkerball DVD is stunning.
 
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