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Krautrock (also called "Kosmische musik") is a German avant-garde / experimental rock movement that emerged at the end of the 1960's. It was intended to go beyond the eccentricities developed by the wild psychedelic rock universe of the US, by giving a special emphasis to electronic treatments, sound manipulation and minimal hypnotic motifs (continuing the style of "musique concrete" and minimalist repetitive music but within a more accessible environment).

Krautrock put the emphasis on extended and ecstatic instrumental epics, neglecting the format of conventional psych-pop songs. The term Krautrock was first used by the British music press in a very derogatory way. The term rapidly found a better reputation in underground music circles and finally gained a certain popularity (thanks to the Brain-Festival Essen...)

The Krautrock movement is widely associated with notorious bands such as Popol Vuh, Amon Duul, Faust, Neu!, Ash Ra Tempel, Agitation Free, Guru Guru, etc. With their own particular artistic expression, these musical collectives provided rocking psychedelic incantations, mantra like drones, melancholic lugubrious atmospheres, long and convoluted collective improvisations, binary repetitive drum pulses, fuzz guitars, feedback, primitive electronic noises, hallucinatory ballads, and garage blues rock trips. Krautrock can be described as an anarchic, intense, acid, tellurian, nocturnal, spacey, dark and oniric "adventure" through rock music.

The most consistent years of the Krautrock scene cover a relatively short period from 1970 to 1975. After their first spontaneous, hyperactive and psychedelic efforts, the bands generally split up or declined into other musical sensibilities, more in line with mainstream rock or with ambient soundscapes.

Each region develops its particular musical scene, interpreting differently the Krautrock musical structure. For instance the Berlin school focused on "astral" synthscapes, weird electronic experimentation and acid jams (Ash Ra Tempel, Agitation Free, Mythos, The Cosmic Jokers, Kluster...), The Munich scene offered fuzzed out (Eastern) psych rock mantras with some folk accents (Popol Vuh, Amon Duul, Gila, Guru Guru, Witthuser & Westrupp...). Cologne and Dusseldorf underground scenes focused on happenings, political rock, electronics, pulsating rhythms and clean sounding Krautrock (Floh de Cologne, La Dusseldorf, Neu! Can...).

This musical cartography is correct in the absolute but naturally reveals some variations and exceptions. This intriguing and freak 'n' roll 1970's German scene enjoyed a rebirth in recent years thanks to a large number of reissues (of long lost classics) published by several independent labels (Spalax, Garden of Delights, Long Hair Music...) as a direct result of Krautrock's musical inspiration of modern post rock bands. There are actually some neo psychedelic rock bands who try to hold up Krautrock, and who notably find a major place to express themselves during the historical Burg Herzberg Festival in Germany.

Philippe Blache
December 2007

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4.22 | 236 ratings
HOSIANNA MANTRA
Popol Vuh
4.15 | 311 ratings
ASH RA TEMPEL
Ash Ra Tempel
4.25 | 94 ratings
EDGE OF TIME
Dom
4.05 | 453 ratings
FUTURE DAYS
Can
4.07 | 270 ratings
TANZ DER LEMMINGE (DANCE OF THE LEMMINGS)
Amon Düül II
4.05 | 379 ratings
YETI
Amon Düül II
4.07 | 282 ratings
NEU!
Neu!
4.62 | 29 ratings
EISZEIT
Gam
4.05 | 345 ratings
PHALLUS DEI
Amon Düül II
4.16 | 99 ratings
LETZTE TAGE - LETZTE NÄCHTE
Popol Vuh
4.10 | 152 ratings
GILA - FREE ELECTRIC SOUND
Gila
4.10 | 106 ratings
SELIGPREISUNG
Popol Vuh
4.12 | 88 ratings
VOLUME 10
Electric Orange
4.03 | 167 ratings
ELECTRIC SILENCE
Dzyan
3.96 | 525 ratings
TAGO MAGO
Can
4.08 | 102 ratings
KÄNGURU
Guru Guru
3.99 | 221 ratings
MALESCH
Agitation Free
4.45 | 28 ratings
OUTSIDE THE DREAM SYNDICATE
Conrad, Tony
4.02 | 117 ratings
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD
Popol Vuh
3.99 | 149 ratings
IN DEN GÄRTEN PHARAOS
Popol Vuh

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 Last by AGITATION FREE album cover Live, 1976
4.06 | 55 ratings

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Last
Agitation Free Krautrock

Review by Progfan97402

4 stars Found a used CD of this in Eugene, Oregon, which I thought that was great, I've been meaning to get some Agitation Free, but the problems of course, are they are not always easy to get a hold of, although not so if you're looking for a reissue online. I already have Malesch, still don't have 2nd, though. I first knew of Agitation Free back in 1995 when I bought a copy of Michael Hoenig's Departure from the Northern Wasteland (LPs of that are fairly common and cheap, I wouldn't be too surprised if a copy occasionally turns up in a thrift/charity store). Then that year I discovered, before briefly joining Tangerine Dream for a few tours in 1975, he was in Agitation Free.

Last was a live album recorded in 1973 and '74, but it was only released in France in 1976 on the Barclay label at the time. Agitation Free was probably the most clean-cut of the Krautrock groups, in that they had a more polished and professional attitude than many of the others, who took a more rough attitude and approach. This album gives me an impression that they were trying to be Krautrock's answer to the Grateful Dead. Had the Dead been German, chances are the Americana, folk and country elements of the band would be completely absent for a more spacy approach, and that imagination can be fueled on a version of "Laila II" (originally off 2nd), where they go into an extended jam that could remind one of a Krautrock Dead with extended, almost Jerry Garcia-like guitar solos, but with a spacier approach, and lots of spacy synth effects. "Soundpool" is really just an extended version of the last song off Malesch. "Looping" is a more experimental piece, a bit less structured, probably because it was improvised on the spot. It's nice to see live material existing of this band, although it's pretty safe to say by 1976, when this album was finally released, the band was history. Michael Hoenig collaborating with Manuel Göttsching for Early Water (which was never released until 1995, likely to do with the demise of Rolf Ulrich Kaiser's record labels after the Cosmic Jokers lawsuits) and then Hoenig recording and releasing the popular (in EM circles) Departure from the Northern Wasteland before moving to Hollywood and scoring music for film and television. I have to say Last is worth having if you like Agitation Free.

 Afrikraut by STAN UND HILDA album cover Studio Album, 2013
2.00 | 1 ratings

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Afrikraut
Stan Und Hilda Krautrock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group RIO / Avant / Zeuhl Team & Moderator

— First review of this album —
2 stars An old-fashioned Krautphrase convolutions.

STAN UND HILDA are renowned as a Krautrock-related duo and it's said this album is compiled with massive amount of sound material recorded and produced since 1968 until 2011 (during this period they would have worked with a couple of Krautrock legends I've heard). We cannot help possessing magnificent expectation for them obviously. The first percussive plus spacey electronic exclamations will give us some comfort and a bit irritation really.

Their hypnotic repetitive electronic sound operation sounds like a hunter be chasing a large beast around and around upon the same turf ... exactly reminds us of the same vein of a Krautrock legend NEU! so directly. There is no "unexpected mystery" nor "amazing innovation" but "simple personally-made electroformation" by them. Some ethnicity with electronic percussion or dreamy deformed synthesizer- based drone might be interesting and impressive but sadly we cannot feel they would have broken out of old-fashioned shell called as German psychedelia.

In this sense this compilation can be thought as a compilation of their history. Not bad though ...

 Cyclopean by CYCLOPEAN album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2013
3.91 | 2 ratings

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Cyclopean
Cyclopean Krautrock

Review by Einwahn

4 stars Now here is a little bit of magic. Just four percussion-centred vignettes totalling 22 minutes. They were put together in the French studio of Irmin Schmidt, founder and keyboardist of Can. Schmidt's tasteful and ephemeral touches are everywhere, but the music is unquestionably dominated by the light percussion of former Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit. Despite being in his 70's by this recording, Liebezeit still plays like a metronome. In fact, at first I thought he was a programmed drum synthesizer, an assumption from the presence of Burnt Friedman (real name Bernd Friedmann), who I know only as a member of David Sylvian's group Nine Horses. Actually that band's 'Money for All' (2006) is the closest sound I know to 'Cyclopean'.

This EP is worth investigating by anyone interested in either great percussionists, or the Krautrock band Can. The dynamic of Cyclopean's musicians is fundamentally that of Can, with Liebezeit's extraordinary drumming anchoring weird and wonderful explorations by a brilliant entourage. There are some historical instrumental contraptions in play, a 'prepared piano', a rubber-band guitar, and a 'theremin' (possibly the weirdest instrument ever invented - look it up). Actually the late Keith Emerson can be seen playing a theremin in the DVD of his 'Moscow' (2010) concert (at the close of 'Lucky Man').

Verdict: Perhaps we miss a certain Japanese vocalist singing random lyrics, but a brilliant and dignified late opus for a pair of Krautrock masters.

 Asterix by ASTERIX album cover Studio Album, 1970
2.76 | 21 ratings

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Asterix
Asterix Krautrock

Review by Asiostygius

4 stars Asterix was a sort of "proto-Lucifer's Friend" band playing a very good hard rock with some tinges of progressive rock. One of those "one album bands" that in several instances released good to legendary albums. This surely is not a legendary album, but at least a good one.

I am used to evaluate albums according to the pleasure my ears perceive, not if it is more hard rock or less progressive. And my ears, for sure, liked the 9 original + 2 bonus tracks (the singles) of the remastered Minority Records edition in my hands.

We have less Hammond organ than we will hear in the excellent Lucifer's Friend debut, but qualifying the album as "mediocre" or "mainstream pop rock" is, at least for me, an excessive underevaluation. The vocals are good (most by the future Uriah Heep's vocalist - John Lawton), and all instruments are played very well and clearly perceived individually. There are some good riffs and short but skilled solos too.

And last but not least, remember that mainstream in 1968-1975 was far, far better than mainstream is today (not to mention the mainstream rock since the 1980s to these days...). So, for me this "mainstream hard rock" with tinges of progressive is for sure a solid 3.5 stars, not only because the good rock music, but also considering its historical importance showing the band that will originate Lucifer's Friend less than 1 year after their first and last album.

 Live At Mt. Fuji by GÖTTSCHING, MANUEL album cover Live, 2007
3.70 | 5 ratings

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Live At Mt. Fuji
Manuel Göttsching Krautrock

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

3 stars First solo live release by Manuel Göttsching, "Live at Mt. Fuji" features two tracks from the first 70's ASHRA albums, two tracks from his 2000's recent albums and a new composition of 15 minutes.

"Sunrain" (from ASHRA's "New Age of Earth") is a bit deceiving. This interpretation sounds more cold and plastic, as if it was played in MIDI, whereas the original studio track possessed its own warm and human feel. The sonorities are not very adapted to the soothing ambiance of this classic electronic tune. Furthermore, this extended version is a bit too long. The slow "Saint & Sinner" (from Göttsching's "Concert for Murnau") is a curious choice for this live album. The languorous ambiance is however reinforced by Manuel's pretty cool guitar play.

"Trunky Groove" is a new piece composed for this concert. This previously unreleased track features more modern percussions and some nice sound effects. An enjoyable ambient tune, that sometimes reminds early THE ORB. "Die Mulde/Zerfluss" (from Göttsching's "Die Mulde") is a little more interesting this its studio version. First, it has fortunately been shortened to 20 minutes. Second, there are more variations than on the original, although the 90's cheesy sound effects remain. The rendition of "Shuttlecock" (from ASHRA's "Blackouts") is average as the electronic sequence is too present and thus tends to become slightly repetitive near the end.

As a live release from Manuel Göttsching, it is surprising not to hear any extract from his groundbreaking albums "Inventions for Electric Guitar" or "E2-E4". The chosen sonorities are sometimes cheap, which is a bit curious for such an electronic pionieer artist. To sum up, "Live at Mt. Fuji" is half ambient, half Göttsching-esque, not bad, but not great either.

 Die Mulde by GÖTTSCHING, MANUEL album cover Studio Album, 2005
2.61 | 6 ratings

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Die Mulde
Manuel Göttsching Krautrock

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

2 stars Manuel Göttsching goes ambient

"Die Mulde" is certainly one of the worst album in the german electronic pioneer's discography, next to ASHRA's "Tropical Heat". Although released in 2005, the first four tracks are in fact a single continuous 40 minutes piece composed in 1997. At this time, ASHRA began touring in Japan and Netherlands. The last track was initially recorded in 1981, and reworked by Göttsching in 2004. Musically, the style of this record is much more ambient than his usual works.

The short experimental opener "Schöpferische Stille" features sonorities reminiscent of TANGERINE DREAM's "Phaedra". The title track is a flat and boring tune, with dated sound effects and not many variations. The synthetizer sequence of "Die Spiegel" is in the style of MOTHER MALLARD'S PORTABLE MASTERPIECE CO., however less inspired. At the end of the nineties, this was not very innovative. "Zerfluss" is more rythmic, but the early 90's cheesy sound effects does not make it interesting either.

Unrelated to the computer company, "HP Little Cry" has a soothing ambiance, more typical of ASHRA, however without sequences. There are a few discrete guitar incursions. Difficult to say what material comes from 1981 or from 2004. But the problem of this composition is its monotony. This track is not bad per se, but it does not justify a 30 minutes duration.

"Die Mulde" shows the german musician venturing into a new musical territory for him. His works are usually much more rythmic and his arrangements, more complex. This album may be appreciated by some ambient music lovers, but not by most Göttsching fans...

 Magical Mind by SCARECREW album cover Studio Album, 1975
4.91 | 3 ratings

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Magical Mind
Scarecrew Krautrock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group RIO / Avant / Zeuhl Team & Moderator

5 stars An authentic Krautrock along with weird keyboard / organ / Moog works, mysterious guitar discordance, spacey whacked-out synthesizer trippin', and no good voices (lol). Actually SCARECREW were formed as another super Krautrock project by Steve "Aquarian" SCHROYDER (ex-Tangerine Dream) in collaboration with some Krautrockers (Ash Ra Tempel, Agitation Free, etc.), and have released only one album "Magical Mind" veiled in a shocking yellow bizarre sleeve.

From the beginning of this creation (just the first tape effects shot "Eingang"), their German Psychedelic Engine is taken to full power. In every short track (except 10 minute longest one "Stardust") is overflown with guitar dread, percussive dizziness, and Moog madness. In the same vein of Ash Ra Tempel or freakout freeform surrealistic music creators (e.g. Ya Ho Wha 13), massive sound shower breaks our brain out irreversibly. An only-fourty-minute album creation completely makes a hallucinogenic whisper to us.

Evident ritualized songs consist of downtempo trippy ethnicity created by percussion, deformed but energetic guitar explosion or shabby shaggy shouts touched in the head. Intensively they have squeezed some mindtoxic agents into our mind. Electronic drone / percussive line filled with strange tension and modest synthesizer technique here and there should be impressive. Infernal warped voices sound like such an eerie magic spell based upon unpolished percussion and synth / key irregularity. Exactly almost all of German psychedelic essence should be included in this obscurity in a sense.

"The Mammoth" or the longest one "Stardust" reminds me of a leaning toward a French acrobatic Krautrock gem Mahogany Brain, who launches incantation phrases along with unsteady guitar vertigo. It's a mystery such an unnatural psychedelic hideaway can be slip easily into our inner brain. An awesome unknown masterpiece, let me say.

 Zwai by HÄX CEL album cover Studio Album, 1972
3.10 | 11 ratings

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Zwai
Häx Cel Krautrock

Review by ALotOfBottle

3 stars Talk about obscure bands? Well, Germany has definitely got some in store for you. H'x Cel is a very obscure German band that managed to release only one album in the 70's before releasing two more after reformation in the late 90's. The title of this work is slightly of misleading, suggesting that this is group's sophomore effort.

Their music cannot closely be compared to any bands. A little bit of Jethro Tull is there, just a hair of Focus. H'x Cel's material is based prominently on classical music. The interesting thing is that it doesn't feature any direct quotes (as in ELP, Egg or Ekseption), however many of the shapes, moods, ideas from classical music are present. One example of such passage is a strong allusion to "Moonlight Sonata". A characteristic element on many songs from "Zwai" is that a lot of them are based on so called basso lamento, which in short is a type of progression. Bass solos are also a common practice on this album. The music is interesting, but a bit boring, self-repeating and monotone. An Ian Anderson-like flute is probably the main instrument, compensating for the lack of guitar. Keyboards (in most cases a piano, sometimes organ and a touch of a harpsichord) sit in the background, rarely showing their true claws. Highlights of the album are "Albinioni", "Bouree" and "Julius Cesar".

Overall, this is quite an interesting effort with some good moments. It does feel very obscure. It should definietly please those who like obscure gems and fans of classical-edged Krautrock. 3 stars!

 Concert for Murnau by GÖTTSCHING, MANUEL album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.13 | 4 ratings

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Concert for Murnau
Manuel Göttsching Krautrock

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Manuel Göttsching goes classical

"Concert For Murnau" is in fact a film score for "The Haunted Castle", a dark 1921 silent movie by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, who will direct the famous classic "Nosferatu" one year later. Recorded live on October 31st and November 1st 2003 at the Staatstheater Braunschweig in Kleines Haus, the music was be performed while the film was projected.

The record is composed of 12 acoustic classical pieces, sometimes mixed with electronics, of various durations. Completely different from all his other works, even from ASHRA's "Walkin' the Desert", "Concert For Murnau" does not feature the warm and soothing ambiance typical of the german artist either. This time, the atmosphere is dark and melancholic, Göttsching is exploring new ideas.

The first three tracks, "Overtüre", "The Party" and "Auf zur Jagd" sets the tone. You are arriving the mysterious castle. A bit long and repetitive, but enjoyable. "Der Abend" is a pleasant electro-classical ambient piece. The slow "Die Beichte" and "Double Or Quits" are more somber and melancholic. The oddest surprise of the record is "High Noon" and its pulsing electronic percussion. Is this tune adapted to the movie? I don't know. Although sounding a little messy and out of place, this track is nonetheless quite good.

Back to a dark ambiance with "Accused", to then continue with the slow languorous "Saint And Sinner". In contrast, the sweet "Demaskierung" is an aerial electronic passage. An average composition, a little cheesy and lengthy. "Leitmotiv" is more rythmic and contains some musical variations. The record finishes with "Zirkus", a very short piece dominated by the horn, and a curious ending.

As its first incursion into classical music territories, "Concert For Murnau" is singular in Göttsching's discography. A bit unequal, it maybe requires watching the movie simultaneously to be fully appreciated. Obviously not the album to start with for newcomers, "Concert For Murnau" is nonetheless overall a pleasant listen for those who dare venture into the haunted castle...

 Early Water (With Michael Hoenig) by GÖTTSCHING, MANUEL album cover Studio Album, 1995
3.45 | 12 ratings

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Early Water (With Michael Hoenig)
Manuel Göttsching Krautrock

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Crystalline waters

Initially recorded at the end of 1976, "Early Water" is a collaboration between ex-ASHRA RA TEMPEL Manuel Göttsching and ex-AGITATION FREE Michael Hoenig. The result of this session has been restored and entirely remixed by Hoenig in Los Angeles in 1995. The album consists in one single 50 minutes long track, in the pure style of the Berlin electronic school.

To replace things in their context, Göttsching had just recorded "New Age of Earth", and Hoenig had just collaborated in TANGERINE DREAM and KLAUS SCHULZE live performances. Compared to ASHRA's first album, the music is colder, hypnotic, sometimes oppressive, but always fluid. The important use of sequencers sounds sometimes futuristic. Manuel Göttsching's guitar is simply gorgeous and undulates around Hoenig's interlacing synthetizer loops. This long piece contains however some lengthy passages, especially the middle part, and therefore maintaining attention is difficult. In terms of ambiance, this has more similarities with a SCHULZE or a TD concert, certainly due to Hoenig's recent experiences.

Released in 1976 in a shortened version, "Early Water" would have stand up to comparison to other progressive electronic opus at the same time. A bit long, nonetheless recommended to TANGERINE DREAM or SCHULZE fans.

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Krautrock bands/artists list

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A.R. & MACHINES Germany
ACHTZEHN KARAT GOLD Germany
AG A.M. Germany
AGITATION FREE Germany
AINIGMA Germany
AIR Germany
ALASKA RANGE Switzerland
ALCATRAZ Germany
ALEX ORIENTAL EXPERIENCE Germany
ALTONA (GER) Germany
ALUK TODOLO France
AMON DÜÜL Germany
AMON DÜÜL United Kingdom
AMON DÜÜL II Germany
ANIMA-SOUND Germany
ANNEXUS QUAM Germany
ANT-BEE United States
ARKTIS Germany
ASH RA TEMPEL Germany
ASHTRAY NAVIGATIONS United States
ASTERIX Germany
AVARUS Finland
AWAKE & GALLO Greece
BABA YAGA Germany
BACKNEE HORN Israel
BAD STATISTICS New Zealand
HERBERT F BAIRY Germany
BAUMSTAM Germany
BEAK> United Kingdom
JERRY BERKERS Germany
BETWEEN Multi-National
BLACK SPIRIT Italy
BLACKBIRDS Germany
BLACKMANN LANE Germany
BLACKWATER PARK Germany
BLUMEN DES EXOTISCHEN EISES Germany
BOKAJ RETSIEM Germany
DON BRADSHAW-LEATHER United States
BRAINTICKET Switzerland
BRAST BURN Japan
CHRIS BRAUN BAND Germany
BRAVE NEW WORLD Germany
BULLFROG Germany
ROMAN BUNKA Germany
CAMERA Germany
CAN Germany
CHEVAL FOU France
CLUSTER Germany
CODE III Germany
COLOUR HAZE Germany
TONY CONRAD Multi-National
CORNUCOPIA Germany
COSMIC CIRCUS MUSIC Germany
THE COSMIC JOKERS Germany
COUPLA PROG Germany
COZMIC CORRIDORS Germany
CRAVINKEL Germany
CURLY CURVE Germany
CYCLOPEAN Multi-National
HOLGER CZUKAY Germany
DAMENBART Germany
DARSOMBRA United States
DATASHOCK Germany
DAVENPORT United States
DEAF Switzerland
DEJA VU (GER) Germany
DEUTER Germany
DIES IRAE Germany
THOMAS DINGER Germany
DOLOROSA France
DOM Multi-National
DREAMWORLD Germany
DROSSELBART Germany
DRUM CIRCUS Switzerland
DSCHINN Germany
DULL KNIFE Germany
DÜDE DÜRST Switzerland
DZYAN Germany
EAT LIGHTS BECOME LIGHTS United Kingdom
EGYPT IS THE MAGICK # United States
EILIFF Germany
EJWUUSL WESSAHQQAN Germany
ELECTRIC MUD Germany
ELECTRIC ORANGE Germany
ELECTRIC SANDWICH Germany
EMMA MYLDENBERGER Germany
EPSILON Germany
ERLKOENIG Germany
ERNA SCHMIDT Germany
EROC Germany
ERUPTION Germany
ET CETERA (DE) Germany
EULENSPYGEL Germany
FATHER YOD AND THE SPIRIT OF '76 United States
FAUST Germany
FIFTH DEAD Germany
FILLE QUI MOUSSE France
FLOH DE COLOGNE Germany
FLORIAN GEYER Germany
FOTOSPUTNIK United States
FRANKIE DYMON JR. Germany
FRIEDHOF Germany
FRIENDSOUND United States
FROB Germany
GÄA Germany
GAM Germany
GASH Germany
GEBARVATERLI Germany
GERMAN OAK Germany
GIFT Germany
GILA Germany
GOLEM Germany
SERGIUS GOLOWIN Germany
MANUEL GÖTTSCHING Germany
GRAVE Germany
GRAVESTONE Germany
GREEN WAVE Germany
GRUMBLING FUR United Kingdom
GURU GURU Germany
GURUMANIAX Germany
HABOOB Multi-National
HAIRY CHAPTER Germany
HANUMAN (LIED DES TEUFELS) Germany
HÄX CEL Germany
HEDERSLEBEN Germany
IBLISS Germany
IGNATZ Belgium
IHRE KINDER Germany
IMPROVED SOUND LIMITED Germany
INSTANT DRONE FACTORY Multi-National
IRMIN'S WAY Multi-National
JERONIMO Germany
JUD'S GALLERY Germany
KANOI Austria
KAPUTTER HAMSTER Germany
KEMIALLISET YSTÄVÄT Finland
KILLED ON X-MAS Germany
KLUSTER Germany
KOLLEKTIV Germany
KONTRAST Germany
KOSMISCHER LAÜFER Germany
KRAKATAU Australia
JEAN-JACQUES KRAVETZ Germany
KROKODIL Switzerland
LA DÜSSELDORF Germany
LA!NEU? Germany
LARD FREE France
LAVA Germany
LIFE Germany
LIGHTSHINE Germany
LIMBUS 3 & 4 Germany
LISTING SHIPS United Kingdom
LOKOMOTIVE KREUZBERG Germany
MAGDALENA SOLIS Belgium
MAGMA Germany
MAGNETIK NORTH Multi-National
MAHOGANY BRAIN France
DAVID MARANHA Portugal
MCCHURCH SOUNDROOM Switzerland
MERLIN; SWARA; ILOR & FRIENDS Multi-National
METABOLISMUS Germany
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MITTELWINTERNACHT '71 Germany
MOOLAH United States
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MUNJU Germany
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MY SOLID GROUND Germany
MYTHOS Germany
N-1 Germany
THE NAZGUL Germany
NECRONOMICON Germany
NEU! Germany
THE NO-NECK BLUES BAND United States
NOSFERATU Germany
RALF NOWY Germany
NU & APA NEAGRA Romania
OKTOBER Germany
OMOIDE HATOBA Japan
ONYOU United States
ORANGE PEEL Germany
PACIFIC SOUND Switzerland
PANCAKE Germany
PANKO Germany
PATERNOSTER Austria
POPOL VUH Germany
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SAND Germany
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SEIKAZOKU Japan
SEMOOL France
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SIDDHARTHA Germany
SIINAI Finland
SILBERBART Germany
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SILOAH Germany
SILVESTER ANFANG Belgium
SINTO Germany
SITTING BULL Germany
SOUTH OF NO NORTH Belgium
SPACE EXPLOSION Germany
SPERRMÜLL Germany
STAN UND HILDA Germany
STARA RZEKA Poland
SWARA SAMRAT Germany
MITSURU TABATA Japan
TASTE OF BLUES Sweden
TEARPALM Serbia
TEMPLE Germany
THINK Germany
THRICE MICE Germany
TIERE DER NACHT Multi-National
TON STEINE SCHERBEN Germany
ULI TREPTE Germany
TRIKOLON Germany
TRIP TO ELARA Germany
TWOGETHER Germany
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ULTRALYD Norway
UTOPIA Germany
VAMPIRES OF DARTMOORE Germany
VELJENI VALAS Finland
VERDE (MIKA RINTALA) Finland
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VINEGAR Germany
VIOLENCE FOG Germany
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WALTER WEGMÜLLER Germany
WIND Germany
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XHOL CARAVAN / XHOL Germany
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YATHA SIDHRA Germany
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ZWEISTEIN Germany

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