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Amon Düül II



3.38 | 55 ratings

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3 stars Recorded live from within the Hippie Drome back in 1973, this album documents one of Germany's most obscure and progressive bands. Lead by the warped and psychy vocals of Renate Knaup and double guitar inteplay of Chris Karrer and John Weinzierl, "Live in London" will certainly change your current disposition. Highly experimental music with a certain flare and charm that could only be pulled off by AMON DÜÜL. "Live in London" explores some pretty dark and psychy corners of your mind with sound effects, loads of warbled and distorted guitars, keyboards and bass and drum interplay. Chris Karrer also lends some sax and violin to help aid the psychy live infestations. Although absolutely trippy mind numbing stuff, I love it to death and just wish I was there to have seen this live. A great live album with some lovely improvisation and a definite trip into the depths of your mind.
loserboy | 3/5 |


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