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3.91 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1977

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Solution
2. There's A Dream
3. Sputnik
4. Permutation
5. Laughter At Midnight
6. Coo-Coo Out!
7. Third Generation
8. Arabesque

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Harmssen / bass, double bass
- Gert Lueken / keyboards
- Ulli Neels / drums
- Ronald Gei▀ler / guitars
- Siegmar Fetter / saxophones, flutes, percussion

Releases information

JA Tonaufnahmestudio - 7002 (Germany)
Recorded and mixed at Tonstudio Josef Alterbaum

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4 stars When it comes to fusion, you can't get much more obscure than this German outfit. Not to be confused with the 1990s/2000s outfit with the same name, this band released Coo-Coo Out in 1977 towards the end of the glory days of fusion. It's a relaxed brand of fusion, but not Fuzak. It's goes all ov ... (read more)

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