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LUCKY STREIK

Floh De Cologne

 

Krautrock

3.79 | 15 ratings

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philippe
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4 stars After the great Fliesbandbabys Beat Show, this agitated german polit rock published the crazy and subversive Lucky Streik for narratives, radical musical instrumentations (made of trippy organ chords, moody pastoral flutes, agressive rockin' & folkish guitars, popular chants). This one has been recorded during live performances. It includes semi-structured songs with a great assortment of bizarre, satirical, provocative, radical political sketches in German accompanied by imaginative instrumental works largely dominated by heavy-fuzzy-psych-rockin arguments. The result is very personal and eccentric, admiting parallels with RIO's derives and experimental moments. An authentic musical curiosity with great anti- capitalist hymns. The album opens with the obscure and tormented Countdown then carries on a collection of theatrical songs, combining sad-nervous-melancholic accents (kalt wut, saurier...) provocant, deliriously beautiful parodies, communicative contagious catchy songs (Wir sind millionenmal so stark u.a...). An original, non conventional and really pleasant album from this polit-rock / avant garde ensemble.
philippe | 4/5 |

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