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TAGO MAGO

Can

 

Krautrock

3.93 | 450 ratings

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Maclin
5 stars Best album of all time. Hands down. Pure Genius. Everything comes in exactly when it is supposed to. I find absolutely no fault in this record. Its like someone took a recording of a brain, and then put it on an album.

Paper House: starts off slow and graceful and sad. picks up into a chugging beat, emulating someone running, running, running. Suzuki's whisperings sound like pants. The solos are perfect. Not too much. Not too little. Just perfect.

Mushroom: Restrained, but blatant. I'm gonna get my despair. I can feel that I am too. One of the best. Sort of reminds me of the feeling of being in some nightmare.

Oh Yeah: Ethereal. Floating a million miles over the universe. Oh Yeah.

Halleluwah: The Best song by Can, if not one of the greatest ever. The groove...it lasts forever, they can't end it...whoever came up with that groove is pure genius. The sound effects floating in and out is perfect. Best song.

Augmn: Nirvana.

Peking O: Pure insanity. The only way to describe it. The feeling I get when I listen to it is probably not much different than the feeling an ax-murderer gets when he kills someone.

Bring me coffee or tea: like a real tired runner after a marathon. still sublime, but tranquil. ends with a bang.

a must have.

Maclin | 5/5 |

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