Header

ANDY NOGGER

Kraan

Jazz Rock/Fusion


From Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website

Kraan Andy Nogger  album cover
3.84 | 66 ratings | 10 reviews | 27% 5 stars

Excellent addition to any
prog rock music collection


Write a review
Buy KRAAN Music
from Progarchives.com partners
Studio Album, released in 1974

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Stars (5:17)
2. Andy Nogger (3:50)
3. Nam Nam (5:50)
4. Son of the Sun (5:02)
5. Holiday am Marterhorn (7:40)
6. Home (5:40)
7. Yellow Bamboo (4:25)

Total Time: 37:44

Lyrics

Search KRAAN Andy Nogger lyrics

Music tabs (tablatures)

Search KRAAN Andy Nogger tabs

Line-up / Musicians

- Jan Fride / drums, percussion
- Helmut Hattler / bass, vocals
- Johannes Pappert / Alto saxophone
- Peter Wolbrandt / guitar, vocals

Releases information

LP Intercord INT 160.603
LP Passport PPSD-98006 (1975)
CD Intercord-IRS 986.934 (1994)
CD EMI/Electrola-7243 8 22670 2 7 (2000)

Thanks to ProgLucky for the addition
and to ProgLucky for the last updates
Edit this entry

KRAAN MP3, Free Download (music stream)


Open extended player in a new pop-up window | Random Playlist (50) | How to submit new MP3s

Buy KRAAN Andy Nogger Music


LiveLive
Import
Inter 2000
Audio CD$7.03
$7.75 (used)
Let It OutLet It Out
Import
EMI International 2001
Audio CD$5.24
$4.25 (used)
Andy NoggerAndy Nogger
Import
EMI 2001
Audio CD$5.26
$6.94 (used)
KraanKraan
Import
Inter 2009
Audio CD$6.65
$7.20 (used)
DiamondsDiamonds
36Music (Broken Silence) 2014
Audio CD$17.42
$14.38 (used)
Classic AlbumsClassic Albums
Import
EMI International 2011
Audio CD$9.31
$9.86 (used)
WintrupWintrup
Import
EMI 2001
Audio CD$144.34
$8.18 (used)
Psychedelic ManPsychedelic Man
Import
EMI International 2007
Audio CD$15.18
$13.54 (used)
WiederhorenWiederhoren
Revisited Records 2005
Audio CD$36.99
Famous Years CompiledFamous Years Compiled
Import
EMI International 2012
Audio CD$7.28
$6.77 (used)
Right Now on Ebay (logo)
KRAAN 'LET IT OUT' US IMPORT LP US $33.20 Buy It Now 2h 13m
KRAAN - ANDY NOGGER - NEW CD US $7.10 Buy It Now 6h 16m
KRAAN let it out LP Record 1975 VG US $19.98 Buy It Now 13h 14m
KRAAN "S/T" CD amon duul embryo guru guru US $13.29 [0 bids]
21h 18m
KRAAN "Let It Out" Passport Records. #PPSD 98015 Mint 1975 (yellow label promo) US $24.99 Buy It Now 1 day
KRAAN - ANDY NOGGER - LP GULL GULP 1009 1W/1W - UK PRESS 1975 US $32.73 Buy It Now 1 day
KRAAN nr mint uk pressed vinyl lp LET IT OUT US $18.99 Buy It Now 2 days
KRAAN mint german pressed vinyl lp WIEDERHOREN US $23.99 Buy It Now 2 days
Kraan CD Flyday Japan with OBI (partially torn) CTCD 278 US $8.99 [0 bids]
3 days
KRAAN Live Orig 1st UK GULL 1975 Rare German Prog DBL Vinyl EXCELLENT !! US $16.59 [0 bids]
3 days
KRAAN-LET IT OUT-PROG ROCK LP ON PASSPORT-1975-NICE US $7.99 [0 bids]
4 days
Kraan "Andy Nogger" 1991 Intercord Used CD US $7.99 Buy It Now 5 days
Kraan 2000 EMI Used CD/ Remastered US $8.99 Buy It Now 5 days
KRAAN - NEW CD US $8.79 Buy It Now 5 days
RARE KRAAN LET IT OUT LP--1975 GERMAN PROG ROCK ON PASSPORT US $14.99 [0 bids]
5 days
PSPT-98006- KRAAN Andy Nogger OOP USED 12" Vinyl Record Rock US $12.99 Buy It Now 5 days
PSPT-98015- KRAAN Let It Out OOP USED 12" Vinyl Record Rock US $12.99 Buy It Now 5 days
KRAAN - ESSENTIAL NEW CD US $16.24 Buy It Now 5 days
KRAAN - ESSENTIAL [KRAAN] [CD] [1 DISC] - NEW CD US $8.88 Buy It Now 5 days
KRAAN~LET IT OUT~NEAR MINT~SPIEGELEI IMPORT~GERMANY PRESSING~~ DISCO LP US $19.99 Buy It Now 6 days
Kraan - Essential [CD New] US $11.89 Buy It Now 6 days
KRAAN - Let It Out - GERMANY ORIGINAL LP 1975 Spiegelei Rare Krautrock US $13.00 [0 bids]
6 days
Kraan - Essential CD US $14.14 Buy It Now 6 days
Kraan: "Live" X2 DOUBLE LP SET Record Vinyl Gull GUD 2001/2 RARE!! NM CONDITION! US $54.00 Buy It Now 7 days
Kraan,Andy Nogger,LP US $15.76 Buy It Now 7 days
KRAAN: Andy Nogger LP PASSPORT RECORDS PPSD98006 US 1975 NM US $15.29 Buy It Now 7 days
HELMUT HATTLER Bassball ORIG LP 1977 HARVEST GERMANY ex KRAAN PROG ROCK US $12.99 Buy It Now 8 days
THE GULL RECORDS FILE - ORIGINAL OZ GULL LABEL ROCK SAMPLER PSYCH LP - KRAAN US $17.76 Buy It Now 9 days
EX !! Tasty/1975 Gull LP/Seventh Wave/Isotope/Kieran White/Steve Ashley/If/Kraan US $13.27 Buy It Now 10 days
KRAAN-wiederhoren '77 GERMAN HARVEST LP ORIG. PROG. US $41.52 Buy It Now 10 days
Various / Gull / Tasty / Kraan / Isotope / Judas Priest / UK 1st LP / NM! US $18.25 Buy It Now 11 days
Germany Rundfunk LIMITED Mirror Slv KRAAN Kraut Listen US $19.49 Buy It Now 13 days
KRAAN Let It Out GERMANY ORIGINAL LP 1975 Spiegelei Rare Krautrock NEAR MINT !! US $99.95 Buy It Now 14 days
Kraan - Kraan/Wintrup [CD New] US $17.98 Buy It Now 14 days
Kraan-Flyday-Progressive Rock-Psych-Blue Vinyl Record US $13.99 Buy It Now 14 days
KRAAN-LET IT OUT CD NEW US $14.87 Buy It Now 14 days
KRAAN Wiederhoren LP EMI 1C 064 32 110 Germany 1977 NM- US $27.98 Buy It Now 15 days
KRAAN: Live LP (Germany 2 LPs, laminated gatefold cover) rare Rock US $75.00 Buy It Now 16 days
KRAAN: Wiederhoeren (rock & pop vinyl LP) US $25.00 Buy It Now 16 days
Kraan - Nachtfahrt (Music CD) US $24.66 Buy It Now 17 days
POCOLOCO - SULCU PORCE CZECH mid-70s style PROG JAZZ ROCK ala KRAAN GURU GURU CD US $17.95 Buy It Now 17 days
KRAAN - CLASSIC ALBUMS NEW CD US $22.37 Buy It Now 17 days
KRAAN: Let It Out 1975 NEMS LP *Kraut Rock/Prog/Kraftwerk/Neu/Can/Nektar/Fusion* US $19.95 Buy It Now 17 days
( KRAAN-Wiederhoren)-Krautrock that turned later to fusion/jazz/rock-B4-LP US $23.37 Buy It Now 17 days
KRAAN - LET IT OUT NEW CD US $17.41 Buy It Now 19 days
KRAAN FLYDAY * Blue vinyl * LP from Germany RARE Kraut Rock gem from 1978 US $39.99 Buy It Now 20 days
Kraan-Andy Nogger German prog cd US $10.99 Buy It Now 20 days
Kraan Wiederhoren Harvest / EMI 1C064-32110 Krautrock Prog US $19.91 Buy It Now 20 days
Kraan - Let It Out [CD New] US $9.48 Buy It Now 20 days
Let It Out - Kraan New & Sealed CD Free Shipping US $18.53 Buy It Now 21 days
KRAAN " ANDY NOGGER " ORIGINAL US PROMO LP 1975 MINT KRAUTROCK US $24.99 Buy It Now 21 days
Kraan - Let It Out CD US $14.98 Buy It Now 21 days
Widerhoren Kraan CD US $9.95 Buy It Now 23 days
Kraan-same German prog cd US $10.99 Buy It Now 23 days
Kraan Let It Out USA Passport rec. PPSD98015 1975 US $27.99 Buy It Now 23 days
Kraan - Classic Albums CD Pop Rock US $18.56 Buy It Now 23 days
Kraan-Wintrup German prog cd US $10.99 Buy It Now 24 days
KRAAN: Let It Out (rare rock & pop LP) US $40.00 Buy It Now 25 days
Kraan - Flyday (CD 2000) US $54.79 Buy It Now 26 days
Kraan - Wiederhoren...New Sealed (2000) US $24.89 Buy It Now 26 days
Nachtfahrt by Kraan (CD, Nov-2000, Funfundvierzig (USA)) US $9.79 Buy It Now 26 days
KRAAN - Let It Out - GERMANY ORIGINAL LP 1975 Spiegelei Rare Krautrock US $18.99 Buy It Now 26 days
PREDMESTJE "Brez Naslova" CD kraan Leb I Sol US $18.27 Buy It Now 27 days
KRAAN - KRAAN LIVE - NEW CD US $27.91 Buy It Now 27 days
Kraan ?- Starportrait 1978 2LP NM Spiegelei ?Germany INT 155.600 compilation US $36.00 Buy It Now 28 days
Kraan Andy Nogger Germany Vinyl LP US $24.00 Buy It Now 28 days
Kraan ?- Dancing In The Shade CD NM/NM US $30.00 Buy It Now 28 days
Kraan-Live German prog cd US $10.99 Buy It Now 29 days
HIGHDELBERG - S/T GERMAN PROG KRAUTROCK LP GUGU GUGU KRAAN CLUSTER US $60.00 Buy It Now 29 days
Kraan Let It Out USA Passport 98015 '75 PROMO 1st rare! US $29.00 Buy It Now 29 days

More places to buy KRAAN music online Buy KRAAN & Prog Rock Digital Music online:
  • AmazonMP3: Search for KRAAN DRM-Free MP3 Downloads @ AmazonMP3 (USA Only) | AmazonMP3 (UK Only)

KRAAN Andy Nogger ratings distribution


3.84
(66 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(27%)
27%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(35%)
35%
Good, but non-essential (35%)
35%
Collectors/fans only (2%)
2%
Poor. Only for completionists (2%)
2%

KRAAN Andy Nogger reviews


Showing all collaborators reviews and last reviews preview | Show all reviews/ratings

Collaborators/Experts Reviews

Review by diddy
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars I'm a little bit surprised that nobody reviewed this album before. Kraan is not the best known band relating to the terrific genre 'Krautrock' but definitely a good one. "Andy Nogger" is their third output and can be regarded as their best, at least it was the album that marked their breakthrough, speaking about sales figures. The album was released shortly before their first live album and many songs can be found on both albums. Sometimes you get the impression that the live versions got more famous because the immense pleasure of playing live makes the songs sound better. But this fact doesn't reduce "Andy Nogger". Far from it, this album is one of my favorite Krautrock recordings.

The style can be described with mentioning the more jazzier atmosphere, sometimes it sounds like a jamsession. I think that's due to the terrific percussion and bass work wich creates a perfect base for the melody and solo performances of the guitar and the saxophone. Vocals can be heard here and there. They can be described as the typical strange Krautrock vocals but maybe not as strange as other Krautrock vocal performances. The funny thing is that someone in the booklet compared them to 'Yes' but that's something I really can't countersign. Maybe their style sounds more connected to the symphonic prog than other Krautrockers like Guru Guru, Amon Düül II. Just like 'Wallenstein' who also have a differing style, sounding more symphonic. Highlight of the album is for sure "Holiday am Materhorn". Conspicuous is the great percussion work and the strong bass. The diverse solos sound really great. No vocals on this one. But in general you will find no bad songs on "Andy Nogger", seven outstanding Krautrock pieces with a symphonic and jazzy general sound.

So if you are looking for Krautrock and don't know where to start, "Andy Nogger" may be the right thing to purchase. Kraan is a highly underrated band, try it and I'm sure you will agree. So I really recommend Kraan and especially "Andy Nogger"...

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to diddy (BETA) | Report this review (#31864) | Review Permalink
Posted Sunday, July 25, 2004

Review by Carl floyd fan
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars This is a really good, jazzy/spacey cd. I can't believe only one person has reviewed this. Its one of the most under-rated krautrock albums ofa ll time and I just get this overall sense of really good vibes! Be sure to check these guys out any way you can, you won't regret it!

4.75 stars, but amazing nonetheless.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Carl floyd fan (BETA) | Report this review (#31867) | Review Permalink
Posted Monday, April 25, 2005

Review by Progbear
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars This one gets my vote for Kraan's best studio album. Oddly, this album is as much Conny Plank's as the band's, just listen to the insane sound-effects he adds to "Yellow Bamboo", "Son of the Sun" and "Home".

But the production never hampers or restrains the band's wild energy. The lengthy instrumental "Holiday am Marterhorn" gives the individual soloists the greatest room to stretch out, but there's plenty to like on brash opener "Stars" and the funky and exciting "Nam Nam". If the album has a fault, it's that a single disc was a bit constraining. Best/worst example: the title tune, which fades out just when things start getting interesting.

It's a very minor complaint, though, when you're presented with music of such quality. A superb starting point for this singularly irrepressible act.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Progbear (BETA) | Report this review (#46380) | Review Permalink
Posted Monday, September 12, 2005

Review by Sean Trane
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk
3 stars Kraan's third album is a bit singular and has a sound of its own, not to say it has ONE sound of its own: this is obviously due to the production, but my ever-lasting impression is that this is a very monotonous record, with relatively few dynamic range (as opposed to the first two albums) and limited inspiration. I realize that I may be going a bit against the majority current here (as it is widely seen as an important album), but I will certainly not deny the other qualities of this record, either 3,5 stars really!!!

Lead-off track stars is an interesting up-tempoed funk beat tracks with Jack Bruce- style vocals and Wishbone Ash-tinged lead guitar lines (Argus period). Next up is a rather similar title track with fuzzed-out saxes (Canterbury-styled); I personally think this was a mistake to do two such similar tracks one after the other. The same can be said about the other two tracks on this side of the album, rounding up a rather lacklustre halftime result. But clearly better is to come. One of the weird things about Kraan is the rather atypical guitar sound since guitarist Wolbrandt uses mostly a Fender Telecaster (an odd choice since the Stratocaster is so much better suited for solos) as his main instrument although he also uses a hollow-bodied Gibson at times.

The second vinyl side starts with the highlight of the album, with the instruments clearly given a bit more space but guitarist Wolbrandt stealing the show, but again early W A sounds dominate, with saxman Peppert doubling up on his reeds to provide that twin lead effect. Home is maybe the track that breaks most away from the mould in which this record was cast, and its many instrumental prowess finally reveal the genius uncovered in the debut album (but almost absent in the next three vinyl sides) but moreover it has a soul of its own and a spacey ending. Final track Yellow Bamboo has a slight eastern influence sometimes Arabic-influenced sometimes Far-Eastern induced, but the main feature is its heavy psych-rock feel.

An album that finishes much better than it started, but cannot help but deceive the fan expecting a return to the first album. Clearly the second side of the album indicated they still had it, but if that first side had been as good, this might have been their best album!!!

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Sean Trane (BETA) | Report this review (#72460) | Review Permalink
Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Review by Mellotron Storm
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars The band states in the liner notes that this was their best known album, and many fans feel it was their best record. While this is a solid 4 star album for me I do prefer their first two records to this one. Conny Plank certainly added a lot in the studio to this release with knowledge and affects. One important thing about this recording is that the sound is crystal clear.

"Stars" sounds great when it kicks into gear before a minute. Vocals follow and he's very confident and also having fun. Tasteful guitar after 3 minutes. Good beat throughout. "Andy Nogger" also has a great beat. Vocals 1 1/2 minutes in are spoken. The guitar and sax are excellent. "Nam Nam" is relaxed to open with bass throbbing. The tempo picks up before 1 1/2 minutes and we have another fantastic rhythm section. Guitar is leading the way and sounding good. Sax comes in.This is catchy and jazzy. "Son Of The Sun" has some outstanding drumming throughout. Some nice deep bass lines as well. We get an almost spacey interlude 4 minutes in.

"Holiday Am Marterhorn" opens with bass and guitar. Sax joins in with drums to create a beautiful sound. The sax is truly heavenly. A change after 3 minutes as bass, guitar, drums and percussion lead the way. Awesome sound ! The bass is very fat. Sax returns late. This instrumental is my favourite song on here. "Home" has some sound affects early. Vocals after 1 1/2 minutes. This is as experimental as they will get on this album. The last minute of the song is spacey. "Yellow Bamboo" opens with some vocals and cool sounding guitar as sax follows. The vocals are treated.It gets a little crazy briefly after a minute. The sax is very Eastern sounding as drums beat. More great guitar before 3 minutes. This song is one of the best ones on here. Some nice affects.

I would highly recommend any of KRAAN's first 3 albums, but especially the first two.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Mellotron Storm (BETA) | Report this review (#173063) | Review Permalink
Posted Thursday, June 05, 2008

Review by Bonnek
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Metal Team
3 stars The third Kraan album is their best known and most popular album. Popular being a relative thing for sure. It's a generally a solid album but it somehow fails to surprise and is certainly no match for the debut and Wintrup.

Stars is a rocking opener. The ringing guitar chords and the Arabian scales make it a great listen for me. It could use a bit more bite but it ends quite intense. Andy Nogger features a typically Kraan main riff: funky, complex and dead-catchy. The vocal melodies are less inspired but the slide guitar effects during the verses are interesting and announce the new wave sounds of later years. Quite a Can vibe as well on this one.

Nam Nam is a funky instrumental, not the polished fusion-funk coming from the USA in those years but the dirty, chugging and sexier type. Kraut-funk if I may call it so. This turned into a strong live piece for Kraan. The studio version leaves me a bit underwhelmed though.

Son of the Sun is another one that reminds me of Can in places. It's funkier and more playful but it has similar 'off' vocals and also uses a very percussive style of drumming that builds up a strong rhythmical tension. Arabian influences follow in the instrumental middle section. Great tune but the vocals could have been a bit more enthusiast. It's a general complaint I have with this album. Helmut Hattler vocal parts are certainly not as well developed as on Wintrup and are sometimes over-treated by studio effects.

With Holiday starts the superior second half of the album. It has a beautiful lead melody, very tuneful and emotional. The bass and drums engage in a superb dynamic interplay that leads to some groovy bass, sax and guitar jamming. Home is a jazzier bit with a mid-paced funk rhythm and atmospheric sound effects from guitars and saxes. The sparse vocals feel somewhat uncalled for. Yellow Bamboo ends the album with a hypnotizing rhythm and snake-charming sax melodies.

A good first half and an excellent second half. Smells like 3.5 stars. Compulsory listening for Kraut fans but I prefer the first two albums. Still, I feel like a nasty old schoolmaster just giving this 3 stars. But good means good right, and good it certainly is!

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Bonnek (BETA) | Report this review (#344877) | Review Permalink
Posted Monday, December 06, 2010

Review by zravkapt
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
4 stars This is the best known album from this German band and also a fan favourite. There are some differences here compared to the band's first two albums. The main difference is, unlike the first two self-produced albums, this was produced by legendary producer/engineer Conny Plank who would continue to work with Kraan in the future. Another difference is that they get more accessible and song-oriented here, whereas the first album was very Krautrock sounding and improvisational and the second somewhere in between the two. Andy Nogger is also the last album with the original four piece line-up; the next album will add a keyboardist. There are vocals here in English, but it is still the actual music that grabs your attention. This is jazz and funk influenced rock music with great bass work from Helmut Hattler, with the saxophone being altered and modified; sometimes it sounds a keyboard.

"Stars" is some jazzy funk rock which features some Middle-Eastern inspired guitar lines. Also a bluesy guitar solo. The title track is the highlight of the album...prog-funk at its finest. This features a great memorable guitar riff and a melody on modified saxophone to die for. The rhythm section is as tight as tight can get. The only drawback may be the vocals - they are delivered in a weird way (as if the singer was intoxicated) that doesn't really add to the song. Would probably make a better instrumental, but it's still a great song anyway. "Nam Nam" is another standout track. Beginning as a smooth jazzy laid-back rock song, it picks up the pace later. Lots of room for the members to jam and solo. Great instrumental.

"Son Of The Sun" is a strong vocal song. Hattler's bass work is great here. The drumming stands out as well. Spacey sound effects at the end. "Holiday am Marterhorn" is a live favourite. Great melodic guitar and bass lines in this track. The melodies the saxophone plays are great as well. The interplay between the instruments is very well done. In concert this track gave the group lots of room to jam and improvise. You get a hint of all that on the studio version. Another standout instrumental.

"Home" starts out both spacey and jazzy. Goes into a groove as the vocals arrive. Lots of spacey effects here. I love the basslines in "Yellow Bamboo." The melody on saxophone is superb. Gets looser for awhile with some Middle-Eastern inspired sax playing. More studio altered sounds towards the end. A solid studio album (thanks to Mr. Plank) but like King Crimson and Magma, Kraan are at their best in a live setting. If you like your prog with some funkiness to it, give this a try. 4 stars.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to zravkapt (BETA) | Report this review (#800266) | Review Permalink
Posted Saturday, August 04, 2012

Latest members reviews

3 stars This is for me an interesting diversion into Fusion/Jazz. I put this on just to test myself and to get out of my comfort zone again. I know next to nothing about Fusion/Jazz, but I love RETURN TO FOREVER. KRAAN is on a totally different level again than RTF. KRAAN are more down the Kraut and Spa ... (read more)

Report this review (#201276) | Posted by toroddfuglesteg | Saturday, January 31, 2009 | Review Permanlink

3 stars I agree with some previous reviews: even when Kraan can be consider a "kraut" band at least this record is closer to fusion, psychedelic and symphonic elements. The three first songs has some recognizable elements from bands like Spektakel, SFF and even MGP. On the other hand, the last four song ... (read more)

Report this review (#135318) | Posted by progadicto | Wednesday, August 29, 2007 | Review Permanlink

3 stars I've expected more about this record, but, when i heard, i don't think this is the best album of Kraan. I've got first album and i consider much better effort.More mysterious, more kraut, more psychedelic. It's like an Amon Duul II in mood, if you can undersand. This first side of the album is ... (read more)

Report this review (#66266) | Posted by | Monday, January 23, 2006 | Review Permanlink

Post a review of KRAAN "Andy Nogger "

You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. | Legal Notice | Privacy Policy | Advertise | GeoIP Services by MaxMind | RSS + syndications

Other sites in the MAC network: JazzMusicArchives.com — the ultimate jazz music virtual community | MetalMusicArchives.com — the ultimate metal music virtual community


Server processing time: 0.41 seconds