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The dark, tormented facet of krautrock with bands like Vinegar, Paternoster, Sand. Sahannondoa is a 70s curiosity and an ultra rare fuzzy-krautrock act.

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  • Dies Irae Dies Irae / Shannondoa's Traum, 1972

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Dies Irae / Shannondoa's Traum


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Dies Irae / Shannondoa's Traum
Shannondoa Krautrock

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3 stars This weird, proggy doom krautrock collective only released two singles in their entire career but believe me this cult, long time lost musical artefact is pretty great. Shanandoa delivers a mysterious, gothic-like fuzzy spaced out trip, including plaintive funeral chorals, narratives and psych-rockin' guitars in a really good vibe. I reveals the dark side of krautrock with reminiscence to garage, ritualistic dark voyages from Sand, Paternoster, Vinegar...Shannondoa is a suprisingly trip out mix of lugubrious fuzzy-kraut pieces, ultimately haunting and definitely recommened to all kraut-heads. I would like to hear more from them but apparently the band have passed from life to death too rapidly.


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