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Originally posted by siLLy puPPy siLLy puPPy wrote:

Someone made thread about this in the past but always cool to reexplore WEIRD!!!!

I made a list on Rate Your Music of the 70 weirdest albums i could think of at the time.

I think i've discovered weirder since then. Might be time to update and add more!

Oh, that Area album is definitely there!



Just a minor nit-pick here - that (excellent) recording of Stockhausen's Kontakte dates from 1960, tho it has been re-issued several times since then.
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^ for sure! i added that one because it's the version i personally own

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^Understandable

It was the first avant-garde piece I saw performed live (at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester), and I was struck by how it might have inspired the Ummagumma / space rock era of Floyd.

Here's a good live performance of it.... if you can make it through that is!





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