Which songs of Rammstein do you like the most?

Which songs from Rammstein do you like the most?

Are these two sentences correct? Also, can I say ''...do you like the best?" instead of "...the most?"

What about this:

What are the songs of/from Rammstein you like the most/best?


I recommend you rearrange a bit:

Which of Rammstein's songs do you like the best/most?

This would be a very natural phrasing. Whether you use best or most is completely up to you. There's no preference as far as I can tell.

You could also say

What/Which Rammstein song/s do you like the best/most.

The singular what/song would give you a single song and the plural which/songs will ask for a list.

The options you have would likely be understood by most but they're a bit wordy.

  • Thanks for the answer. But I don't know why you edited the post. "Rammstein" is the correct way to spell the name of the band. – Bora Feb 13 '16 at 15:23
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    Actually, there is a fairly clear-cut established idiomatic preference in favour of Which do you like best. But that doesn't mean most or versions with the article the are in any way "less acceptable". They're all fine. – FumbleFingers Feb 13 '16 at 15:45
  • @Bora The Wikipedia article spells it with one m. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rammstein ... Or it did when I looked at it earlier... I swear I checked. – Catija Feb 13 '16 at 17:20

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