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TO THE HIGHEST GODS WE KNOW

Colour Haze

Krautrock


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3.16 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Circles (8:13)
2. Paradise (3:33)
3. Überall (8:22)
4. Call (8:08)
5. To The Highest Gods We Know (10:48)

Total time 39:04

Line-up / Musicians

- Stefan Koglek / guitars, vocals, production & mixing
- Philip Rasthofer / bass
- Manfred Merwald / drums

With:
- Christian Hawellek / Doepfer Modular synth & Fender Rhodes (3)
- Philipp Rasthofer / Hammond (4)
- David Eschenbach / flute
- Albrecht Huber / trumpet
- Werner Aldinger / horn
- Modern String Quartet / string quartet
- Mathis Nitschke / arranger & conductor

Releases information

Artwork: The Speed Of Light

CD Elektrohasch Schallplatten - Elektrohasch 010 (2014, Germany)

LP Elektrohasch Schallplatten - Elektrohasch 010 (2015, Germany)

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3.16
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3 stars Colour Haze is stoner/psychedelic rock band from Germany that have become legends in the underground rock scene in Europe. I am a bit puzzled by them being categorized as "krautrock" here in PA. Yes, they are from Germany and they do have slight krautrock influences, but their sound is more of a ... (read more)

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