The German rock band Rammstein has contributed to many movie soundtracks: 'The Lost Highway' (1997), 'Mortal Kombat: Annihilation' (1997), 'XXX' (2002), 'Big Nothing (2006)', and 'FeardotCom '(2002) just to name a few. Rammstein takes their name indirectly from the German town of Ramstein-Miesenbach. This is the site of the flight show disaster on 28 August 1988, where sixty-seven spectators and three pilots died, and 346 spectators sustained serious injuries in the resulting explosion and fire. The band's signature song, 'Rammstein', is a commemoration of the Ramstein airshow disaster. In a short period before the band became well known, they performed using the name 'Rammstein-Flugschau' (literally meaning 'Rammstein-Airshow'). The song 'Rammstein' can be heard on 'The Lost Highway' (1997) soundtrack.