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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Klabautermann (3:55)
2. Bio Und Der Erdbeer (5:26)
3. Gräbbs (7:39)
4. Preludium (1:04)
5. Interludium (1:35)
6. Danza (1:17)
7. Finale (1:31)
8. Killmoulis (3:50)
9. Micro Pieza I (1:45)
10. Zwispi 1:2 (0:34)
11. Micro Pieza II (1:53)
12. Zwispi 2:3 (0:17)
13. Micro Pieza III (1:31)
14. Zwispi 3:4 (0:44)
15. Micro Pieza IV (1:57)
16. The Milk Sucking Tick (Smooth As Silk) (3:21)
17. Pendule (2:27)
18. Gluck Glotzt (6:22)
19. Tanko (4:38)
20. Pietro Pazzo (4:42)
21. Baltimore Und Die Kürbisschmuggelaffäre (8:27)
22. Gräbbs (Radio Edit) (3:54)
23. Gluck Glotzt (Radio Edit) (3:17)

Total Time 72:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Rèmy Sträuli / drums
- Willi Riechsteiner / guitar
- Beat Burkard / bass
- Stefan Hugi / saxophone

Releases information

CD Fazzul Music FM0820 (2003)

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YOLK Die Vierte ratings distribution

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Swiss band YOLK was formed in 1991 and throughout the decade its members were prolific creators and suppliers of advanced musical endeavors in their native Switzerland. In 1999 the band more or less disbanded, when permanent member Riechsteiner and prominent guest contributor Hugi decided to close this chapter of their musical history. The last recordings of the band from the same year seemed destined to be forgotten due to this, but thanks to a dedicated fan from Italy these were assembled and released as "Die Vierte" by the Swiss label Fazzul Music in 2003.

This recovered treasure from the annals of the Swiss band Yolk should be a sure-fire winner and natural acquisition for most who appreciate music of a challenging and adventurous nature, as long as diversity suits their individual tastes and they don't mind the occasional foray into jazzier realms at times. Those who generally enjoy eclectic music bordering on avant-garde will most likely be somewhat of a key audience for this disc, and I suspect many aficionados of the latter category should find this an interesting experience as well.

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