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Amon Düül II



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5 stars Made in germany has to be one of the best amon duul 11 albums the way it starts and ends is great its even got a bit of brass on this,the first song overture starts like an orchestra[violins and stuff]which is great,when i first heard this track i thought is this amon duul 11 but the cover said it was so i believed it its just it sounded not like amon duul11 at first,then we have wir wollen which only lasts 1m.33 has to be one of my favorite duul songs as the guitar and everything about this is just excellent,wilhelm,willhelm sounds very german which is a good thing by the way and sounds like all duul sing in this at same time in away,sm 11 peng has organ in it and sounds delightful with bass and guitar a good track,elevators meet whispering another short song starts quite and trippy and is a weird song but great,metropolis a proper song is a another good song with renate singing and shes in fine form this is just brilliant,ludwig starts with acoustic guitars and with renate singing with someone else [who i,m not sure probably tischer] and this in middle has a drummy bit at end which makes it come to a good end,the kings chocolate waltz has to be one of my favorite duul songs with the organ sound and the trippy bit sounding so good its addictive,blue grotto starts mellow and sounds brilliant with renate sounding quite and delightful this song live would of sounded great i think,next is mr krauts jinx at 8m.44 with chris karrer on vocals and sounds like karrer typically kind of make you smile as his voice has a kind of weird sound to it but its something which is good and at around the 7 min mark its really gets going and the rest of the song is just the best on whole album with brass in it to,wide an-angle has renate on vocals which sounds great again with her voice which makes it more duul sonding like,three- eyed overdriveanother short song which sounds alot like the kings chocolate waltz is good and i,m glad it sounds like kings choc[written by same people],emigrant song has i think robby heibl on vocals and sounds good to and i love the organ,loosey girls has vocals on it which go out of tune on purpose i think and sound good to me and i think alot of people would like this as its one you can easyly sing to,top of the mud starts with good vocals which are enjoyable but i,m not that keen on the little bit of synthesizer now and again,dreams starts with piano which i love and sounds brilliant and sounds very german and one of the best tracks on whole album,gala gnome starts with trippy keyboard sound and another good track,5.5.55a kind of comedy chat with hitler and it just kind of makes me smile everytime as the hitler bit sounds like him,la krautoma is just got to be another of my favorite duul songs which i play twice everytime and its a track i will play for years to come and has good drums in it too which makes la krautoma one of the best duul songs around this just rocks everytime,excessive spray ends the album and starts with a trippy sound and a great way to end an album which every prog krautrock and rock fan should own a album of good quality,i think made in germany is the last good album by amon duul as the other albums after this havent got the spirit and you shoulkd only go up to this for the duul albums but my other reviews on other albums will have other songs worth having so read on them,i give this 5 stars.
davidsporle | 5/5 |


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