Du riechst so gut (re-release 1998)
On April 17, 1998, "Du riechst so gut" was re-released as a single under the title, "Du riechst so gut '98". The song is exactly the same as the original, except the start is shorter and it features a new music video. It was released only a few months after Rammstein's second studio album, Sehnsucht.
The music video depicts the band members as some sort of werewolf creatures, who look like albinos and follow a young woman to a castle, infect her, then escape. The video first premiered on 25 May 1998. The videoclip was shot between 20 and 25 April 1998, at castle Babelsberg in Potsdam/Berlin, Jagdschloß in Berlin (district Pankow) and was directed by Philipp Stölzl. The video was inspired by the 1984 film ''The compagny of wolves''.