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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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4.20 | 200 ratings
HOSIANNA MANTRA
Popol Vuh
4.16 | 272 ratings
ASH RA TEMPEL
Ash Ra Tempel
4.25 | 76 ratings
EDGE OF TIME
Dom
4.07 | 243 ratings
TANZ DER LEMMINGE (DANCE OF THE LEMMINGS)
Amon Düül II
4.07 | 244 ratings
NEU!
Neu!
4.05 | 315 ratings
PHALLUS DEI
Amon Düül II
4.04 | 340 ratings
YETI
Amon Düül II
4.10 | 135 ratings
GILA - FREE ELECTRIC SOUND
Gila
4.16 | 87 ratings
LETZTE TAGE - LETZTE NÄCHTE
Popol Vuh
4.01 | 387 ratings
FUTURE DAYS
Can
4.65 | 23 ratings
EISZEIT
Gam
4.04 | 154 ratings
ELECTRIC SILENCE
Dzyan
4.10 | 91 ratings
SELIGPREISUNG
Popol Vuh
4.01 | 200 ratings
MALESCH
Agitation Free
4.08 | 87 ratings
KÄNGURU
Guru Guru
3.93 | 465 ratings
TAGO MAGO
Can
4.27 | 38 ratings
VOLUME 10
Electric Orange
4.01 | 105 ratings
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD
Popol Vuh
3.98 | 131 ratings
IN DEN GÄRTEN PHARAOS
Popol Vuh
4.00 | 93 ratings
THE COSMIC JOKERS
Cosmic Jokers, The

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 Monster Movie  by CAN album cover Studio Album, 1969
3.80 | 250 ratings

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Monster Movie
Can Krautrock

Review by aglasshouse

5 stars Can's 60's debut is one of the few first albums by a band that I can safely say is my favorite of said band's discography.

I've never been a huge fan of krautrock- most of what I've heard is pretty disjointed, most likely because of me listening to things like Organisation which I absolutely abhor-, but Can was my introduction and still to this day reigns as my favorite from the genre. My largest highlight of their consecutive releases is obviously Can's 1969 Monster Movie. Everything about it is great, at least on the first side of the LP.

Many people make points about how Monster Movie has large amounts of early punk elements. I mean sure, I suppose, but really the seven minute opener epic 'Father Cannot Yell' is most likely the most connected to the genre, but overall this album pioneers flowing, almost hypnotic riffs that early krautrock bands were doing. The band largely relies on improvisation to get through the longer tracks, not unlike jam bands such as the Grateful Dead. In fact, 'You Doo Right' was originally a whopping six hour long jam until it was compressed into twenty minutes. Most of the songs on here have at least some iota of Can's later atmospheric hypno-rock, with in this case a style that paved the way not only for the band but also for other krautrock bands.

The opener 'Father Cannot Yell' as said before it is a speeding, punk-influenced song that starts off the album. Although it was a strange way to set off this particularly slow album, it is quite enjoyable as a casual listen. 'Outside My Door' is a shorter, even more punk-ish track that uses more repetitive drumming as well as some cool guitar riffs.

'Mary, Mary So Contrary' is the best song on the album and perhaps my favorite song from it's genre as well as the band. It uses very different mesmerizing tones with lyrics based off of a children's rhyme. The guitar work, although seems to be pretty standard, sounds absolutely epic in the light of it's overall atmosphere. Mooney's vocals are absolutely outstanding, using a tired, almost scratchy feel to give his voice that needed effect.

Ah, 'You Doo Right'. Probably one of the most boring, repetitive songs I've encountered in my progressive wanderings. Even when the song is three times as long as it should be, it's still boring and retains the same sound throughout listening. It uses massive repetition, and although I can say that I like when Can does it on their other songs, here it's just pointless. Absolutely mediocre and not enjoyable to sit down and listen to.

Even in the light of the second side, Can's Monster Movie still gets a 4.5/5 from me. It introduced me to the genre, and I still love it with all my heart to this day. In the light of me liking it so much, I've rounded the rating to a full five rating. Absolutely fantastic.

 Full Horn by CORNUCOPIA album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.92 | 38 ratings

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Full Horn
Cornucopia Krautrock

Review by stefro
Prog Reviewer

2 stars Fairly schizophrenic krautrock-era craziness from the one-shot German outfit Cornucopia, this intriguing yet somewhat infuriating debut was issued by the legendary Brain imprint sometime after the summer of 1973. Featuring a seven-strong line- up(eight if you include guest musician Jochen Petersen) and a full arsenal of instruments, 'Full Horn' is the kind of record that could have been great, yet certainly isn't thanks to a colossally overwrought sound which stuffs far too many conflicting ideas into the melting pot. Too many cooks ruins the broth, they sometimes say. Featuring everything from grinding proto-metal riffs to proggy keyboard washes, strange sound effects, warbling vocals and spacey electronics, Cornucopia's major problem is their complete and utter refusal to settle down into one accepted style, continuously scuppering promising melodies at birth and inserting odd and unattractive instrumental passages into the mixture just when they really weren't needed. All this adds up to one eclectic and consistently shifting listen, and once the epic nineteen-minute opener 'Spot On You Kids' (finally)finishes - with a splash of disconcerting fairground ambience - the idea of sitting through yet more random madness seems almost unbearable. Germany and 'krautrock' gave us many fantastic acts during the fertile 1970's; Cornucopia certainly weren't one of them. A tiresome, silly and slightly disturbing slab of bad-trip psych-rock, 'Full Horn' is a mess from beginning to end. STEFAN TURNER, STOKE NEWINGTON, 2015
 Tago Mago by CAN album cover Studio Album, 1971
3.93 | 465 ratings

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Tago Mago
Can Krautrock

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars You would think that after seventy-three reviews and counting as of the time of writing, there wouldn't be much more for me to say about the first of Can's magnum trilogy. People mentioning the high and hypnotic kick drums of Jaki Liebizeit, Damo Suzuki's madcap vocal stylings, and the perfected psychedelic guitar riffs, solos, and noodlings of Michael Karoli. The album's general experimentation, strangeness, and yet out and out quality, unexplainable as it is for some. And then those who warn that the unadventurous and symph purists out there need not apply. However, there is some more to say:

"Tago Mago" is a concept album. There is a method to Damo's madness. The concept? Nuclear armageddon. Starting off with "Paperhouse", we get one of the best ever pieces of standard psychkraut, which as it happens is the world before midnight. This is also a musical launching pad, as familiar as your home neighbourhood. After seven minutes of hippie life, the music suddenly slows, the kick drums enter... "Mushroom", the day of reckoning. Damo describes the "mushroom head" and the horrors it wrought the only we he can, simply and emotionally. The track ends with with one of the weapons hitting, and then black, fallout stained rain falls to welcome "Oh Yeah". The band's way of depicting the post- apocalyptic wasteland is to just follow a man - Damo - going mad from the horrors, chaos, and loneliness. With "Oh Yeah", Damo can only react with gibberish of various shades - English, Japanese, forwards, backwards. By the time of "Aumgn" and "Peking O", Damo has gone completely mad, and his thoughts turn to dark places truly reflective of the burnt wastes. His madness, though, eventually leads him to just retreat into his mind, and take a seat at the Mad Hatter's tea party or somesuch - "Bring Me Coffee or Tea", a repreivingly beautiful and calm end for us as well.

Some of this album's influences have been stated here before: post-punk's debt to Can is well known and documented, and Russellk has mentioned how The Orb and other of the more experimental and progressive groups of EDM's '90's heyday namecheck these krautrockers as well. Probably the most sweeping influence that this record specifically has wrought, however, is in essentially founding industrial music via "Aumgn" and "Peking O". White Noise, Kluster, and Suicide are fellow pioneers of a style they had no idea they were actually minting, but, as evidenced by John Lydon naming Can the supreme influence for Public Image Ltd., it is clear what the cornerstone of the genre is. This connection is the reason why the conclusion that industrial is a twisted descendant of psychedelia is as correct as the more general conclusion that industrial is essentially just the breakaway dark side of electronica. As well, Can hangs majorly over most pronk bands, mainly This Heat and Cardiacs, with particularly strong connections to the former, by way of This Heat cutting "Deceit", their own concept album about the bomb.

But most importantly, "Tago Mago" is simply a masterpiece. Can just broke so many barriers here in all the best ways, and for it are krautrock's most named, loved, and influential band. The playing - especially Liebizeit's drums and Damo's vocals - are top notch. This is one of krautrock's quintessential albums due to its wide range of experimentation and unique quality, though as such it is not in any way by the books as far as the genre is concerned - those who got turned off the genre due to this record shouldn't be so disheartened. But for the adventurous among us, this is a required listen, and a pinnacle of all experimental and art music, and all prog.

 Strange Guys by MYTHOS album cover Studio Album, 1977
2.95 | 12 ratings

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Strange Guys
Mythos Krautrock

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars Who actually knows the truth behind Mythos' constant line-up changes?Sure thing is Kaske moved to the second half of the 70's without the help of Robby Luizaga or Hans-Juergen Puetz (he went on to join Touch).He didn't spend much time in finding their replacements, he actually added three new members, Sven Dohrow on guitar/Mellotron, Ronny Schreinzer on drums and Eberhard Seidler on bass.This Mythos quartet recorded the album ''Strange guys'' in two different, weekly sessions in November 77' at Dierks Studio and the album was released at the fall of the year on Dieter Dierks' own, short-lived Venus label.

Three different cores, three different distribiuting labels and three stylistical changes is the story of Mythos until 1977.These were some ''Strange guys'' indeed, or better said Kaske was the strange guy, as he refused to settle in a particular style and this third album finds his band attempting a blend of a classic Kraut Rock sound with more synth-drenched soundscapes and experiments, propably far from the true cosmic flavor of German acts of the style and more into a HAWKWIND meet ELOY style.The edgy and neurotic synth splashing of ''Aeronaut'' might give the listener the idea of Mythos becoming a late-70's progressive joke, but soon things will get better.There are too many styles in here to classify the album, the basic principle is still a Teutonic-inclined insistence on rhythmic textures with changing tempos and breaks into acoustic territories, propelled by the narcotic drumming and the mascular bass plays.But among the mass of these principles Kaske would introduce the epic atmospheres of ELOY from the ''Ocean''-era along with some sharper Hard Prog links, characterized by the fiery electric guitars and the odd synth lines.Occasional Folk and symphonic underlines are added via the flute and keyboard parts and the long tracks present a tight mixture of stylistical variations, performed with consistency and coherence and swirling around spacious and rockin' interventions.

This one belongs definitely among the most original late-70's prog outputs.It's spacious, energetic and even poetic music, but above all it's solid Kraut-Prog Rock with some fascinating instrumental work.Strongly recommended...3.5 stars

 A Young Man's Gash  by GASH album cover Studio Album, 1972
3.31 | 7 ratings

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A Young Man's Gash
Gash Krautrock

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars Short-live Kraut obscirity from the city of Bremen.In their one year of life Gash produced the highly collectable LP ''A Young Man's Gash'' on the Brain label along with a single on Metronome, both were launched in 1972.The official formation was Jochen Peters on keyboards/vocals, Frank Feldhusen on guitar/vocals, Manfred Thiers on bass/vocals and Reinhard Schiemann on drums/vocals, although during the recordings of their sole effort they were helped by guitarist, Atze Barth, Dicky Tarrach on congas and The New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Peter Hecht.

This is an extremely uneven album, containing standard Blues Rock and a sidelong epic, progressive track on the flipside.The three tracks on the opening side are not progressive, they are Blues/Psych Rock pieces with some heavier overtones and occasional guitar tricks by Frank Feldhusen, especially in ''In the sea'', propelled by the guitar rhythms and solos, Peters's omnipresent Hammond organ and the British-styled vocals.Fans of the style should deep into Gash'es bluesy side, although this is far from original music.The 21-min. track though is an excellent Kraut Rock/Prog composition with all the typical values of the German Rock scene compressed in a single musical attempt.Close to NEKTAR, ''Atom heart mother''-era PINK FLOYD and MESSAGE, this one contains great guitar/organ moves along with classical orchestrations and some Teutonic-styled experimental touches.There are also some certain flute strings and harmonica appearing in here, but the sound is mostly dominated by the guitar and keyboards.Its excellence can be found in its atmospheric depth and musical complexity, passing from rockin' tunes to minimalistic edges, from symphonic colors to Heavy/Psych pounds and from a lyrical power to a raw, guitar-driven sound.Lots of changing moods, Kraut-flavored rough rhythms and solos and an orchestral finesse, definitely a beautiful, overlooked epic.

When Gash became part of history, Manfred Thiers went on to play with the Funk Rock band Randy Pie and even joined To Be in early-80's.Peters released a solo album in 1987 under the name of Lu Lafayette and passed away prematurely at the age 50 in 2003.

Uneven Kraut/Blues Rock, highlighted by a monster epic piece, among the best attempts on a sidelong track by an early-70's German band.Recommended, the title-track alone is a reason enough to hunt this rarity.

 Volume 10 by ELECTRIC ORANGE album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.27 | 38 ratings

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Volume 10
Electric Orange Krautrock

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars It took me awhile to realise that I should listen to this, but now I have and the stars should tell you what I think of Electric Orange's "tenth" outing. I had listened to "Platte" in the past and loved it, so my lack of awareness of this 2014 release - up to not listening to my raving fellow reviewers - was rather foolish. None of that matters now, as I now know that the Orange is the uppermost of the various and varied krautrock revivalists. "Suite Beef" is a crystalline example of their ability to forge great soundscapes, sounding like a beautiful dark orange haze. The other two exceptionally long tracks, "Behind The Wall of Sheep" (har har) and "Worn Utopia" are alongside it the best tracks. It is, yes, a dour record, with the result being that their ethereal backgrounds, killer guitar work, and various other instruments and influences come to together into a magnificent and unique album. And I have to agree with Guldbamsen: Electric Orange have truly put themselves into the shoes of the early '70's in West Germany, actually sounding like a krautrock band of old. I just relisten to this record again and again, and I have yet to stop chuckling whenever I read "A Tuna Sunrise" *chortle*chortle*chortle*. Here is a future for krautrock, and you will enjoy listening to this "Shape of Kraut To Come".
 Volume 10 by ELECTRIC ORANGE album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.27 | 38 ratings

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Volume 10
Electric Orange Krautrock

Review by FXM

5 stars 2014 was a poor year for exceptional new progressive rock releases. Sure there were plenty of good albums released but very few that could be classed as outstanding; the two that come to mind are IQ's 'The Road of Bones', and 'Distant Satellites' by Anethema. But then towards the end of the year Electric Orange released a new album: 'Volume 10'. This is probably the masterpiece of their career (I say probably since I have not heard a couple of the earlier releases and their previous recording 'XX' was not issued on CD, only on vinyl and download, I was waiting for the CD release but it doesn't appear to have happened).

Electric Orange have been leaders in flying the flag for Krautrock in the 21st Century. I have enjoyed all their albums that I listened to but 'Volume 10' takes their music to a new level. Many of their past albums had a strong Can influence and sometimes with a bit of modern electronic thrown into the mix but the new album shows hints of Ash Ra Temple, Popol Vuh and early Tangerine Dream with a bit of early psychedelic Pink Floyd. But this is a not a rehash of 1970's style German electronic music, Electric Orange are developing their own sound, dark and menacing at times, spacy and mind stretching in places.

I can't single out any one track as better than the rest, they are all superb slices of krautrock, with plenty of variation and not a dull moment.

This is the most interesting release that I have purchased in 2014 and just maybe one of the greatest krautrock records of all time. It is a true masterpiece and is most deserving of a 5 star rating.

 La Luna by CZUKAY, HOLGER album cover Studio Album, 2000
2.97 | 6 ratings

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La Luna
Holger Czukay Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

4 stars Excuse my manners!

Having been listening for a while to a bunch of new music (at least for me), some of it included here in PA (Cozmic Corridors, Far East Family Band, Urna, etc.) and some of it not . Gladly and obviously this 2000, release by Holger Czukay, ¨La Luna¨ is.

Gladly for me, because its ratings go from 2 to tops 3 PA stars. But to each its own!

A single 47 minute odyssey, of a drone-like prog/electronic cosmic music, balanced with a sophisticated primitiveness in its ritualistic drumming rhythms . The fact that he leaves outside his knack to spoil good music for some cheap laughs, for starters in his own way is groundbreaking. Of course it does not stop being playful, but even that is subdued in order to achieve its goal and purpose, music wise.

Evocative, dynamic , well costructed, focused and a fresh approach to this kind of personal music-conception of a trip to the stars, which every prog-musician is allowed to perform once in a while. Czukay´s understanding of percussion and rhythms, translates this spacious sometimes minimalistic voyage into something deeply human yet detached from pleasing any kind of target-audience. U-She's crooning kind of singing here and there, softens and counterpoints the darkest edges.

I myself, am deeply surprised. So opposite to my counterpart prog/reviewer's ratings, if there is a record of this guy I will highly recommend to any prog-audiophile is this un-pretentious and unobtrusive although highly hypnotic and accomplished effort. Which lenght in time is a vigorous deadline, so no time wasted, nor his nor yours!

The electronic side outweights by far the few Krautrock references.

****4 ¨Beyond just mere good¨ PA stars.

 Cozmic Corridors by COZMIC CORRIDORS album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.59 | 13 ratings

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Cozmic Corridors
Cozmic Corridors Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

5 stars A shame this prog gem is buried in oblivion!

German quartet Cozmic Corridors only self titled 1974 release, is the kind of effort which portrays effectively the fine borders of Krautrock's "let's be playful but not clowns", and the "artsy" part of prog/electronics, closer in mood to Conrad Schnitzler's improvisations than Tangerine Dream's flowing environments, just to explain the prevailing air breathed in this 5 songs project, not as a comparison.

Their minimalistic exercises are intelligent composition wise, yet in their irreverent approach, they do climb great heights in matter of seconds, all due my friends to their genial songwriting, which once inside, it won't let go!

The mixture of deep spaced electronics, organ church like progressions, as vintage organ mystery movie ambients, menacing as attractive string works, serious and mysterious yet subtly humurous and measured performances, some religious like chanting voice in one track, some sexy female crooning in other, the pre-Lustmord like obscure environments, being almost entirely instrumental and a set of non-stop creative musical ideas and goals, do make for a flawless effort.

An unquestionable must, far beyond the somewhat repetitive Krautrock scene, as a must for any prog/electronic audiophile looking for something in the mid 70´s which offered a fresh route and not the TD or Schulze like material everyone started to copy, as a spacy clear and dark unorthodox entirely psychedelic trip for those who favour that sub-genre´s unearthly qualities.

*****5 ¨Flawless¨ PA stars.

 Auf Der Bahn Zum Uranus by GÄA album cover Studio Album, 1974
3.44 | 38 ratings

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Auf Der Bahn Zum Uranus
Gäa Krautrock

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE Team

4 stars GÄA is one of those obscure Krautrock bands that formed in 1973 and then released this one album AUF DER BAHN ZUM URANUS (On The Way To Uranus) the following year and then fell into obscurity. Much of it had to do with the fact that only 300 copies were printed and then tensions between the band the record label grew out of the quickie job given to production and the label basically kissed the band goodbye. The results of which made this release a rare collector's item for decades before its re-release. You know this is a very much a local homegrown release because even my 2007 remastered release is all in German. The band was from the Saarland region of Germany (the tiny state that borders France and Luxembourg).

GÄA's music is on the same branch of Krautrock that includes other bands like Electric Sandwich. The emphasis is not on the spacey side of music but rather on the bluesy rock inspired melodies that have a light jazzy feel to them. The songs are very catchy and although all sung in German very poetic in the lyrical contents. In fact at times the melodic phrasing reminds me a lot of the industrial metal band Rammstein only in a calmer mid-tempo folky way rather in an aggressive one. The spaciness is subordinate to the melodic approach and not the other way around. There are strong pulsating rhythms that keep the music churning due to the heavy use of percussion. There are strong drumming patterns and congas alike. The music is light and fluffy with pleasant flutes and acoustic guitars. There are times when the band really rocks out and sounds more like a German version of Deep Purple particularly on the title track, but for the most part this is nice pleasant folklore inspired mid-tempo style of Krautrock.

I have to admit that i was a little underwhelmed upon first listen. This really didn't sound different enough from many a similar sounding folk rock band with psychedelic and hippie inspirations to take you to the clouds and beyond. The vocals are probably the weakest aspect of the sound, but after many listens i have grown accustomed to their sound as a whole and find myself liking this more upon every spin. I was all prepared to give this a 3.5 and round it down but after one more listen it really clicked and cast its spell on me so i will have to round it up now.

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A.R. & MACHINES Germany
ACHTZEHN KARAT GOLD Germany
AGAM 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
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
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
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