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Novalis

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1978

Songs / Tracks Listing

Sonnewende (16:56)
1. Brandung
2. Feuer bricht in die Zeit
3. Sonnenfinsternis
4. Dämmerung
5. Sonnengeflecht (4:06)
6. Impressionen (8:55)
7. City Nord (6:07)
8. Dronsz (4:53)

Total Time: 40:57

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Line-up / Musicians

- Hartwig Biereichel / drums, percussion
- Detlef Job / guitar, vocals
- Carlos Karges / guitar, keyboards (5-6-8)
- Fred Mühlböck / vocals, acoustic guitar, flute
- Lutz Rahn / keyboards, Mellotron
- Heino Schünzel / bass, vocals

Releases information

Lp. Brain/Metronome 0080.043 (1980)

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LP brandung ~ USD $26.36
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Review by Progbear
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3 stars A curious compilation that appeared in Brain's budget-priced Rock On Brain series. An intriguing concept: the "Sonnenwende" suite on one side, a handful of instrumentals on the other. Really, an unecessary extravagance though, pretty much a curiosity for record-collectors interested in having it for the comic (if faintly creepy) cover art.

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