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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 | 204 ratings
HOSIANNA MANTRA
Popol Vuh
4.16 | 276 ratings
ASH RA TEMPEL
Ash Ra Tempel
4.25 | 78 ratings
EDGE OF TIME
Dom
4.07 | 246 ratings
NEU!
Neu!
4.07 | 243 ratings
TANZ DER LEMMINGE (DANCE OF THE LEMMINGS)
Amon Düül II
4.04 | 343 ratings
YETI
Amon Düül II
4.05 | 316 ratings
PHALLUS DEI
Amon Düül II
4.03 | 397 ratings
FUTURE DAYS
Can
4.17 | 89 ratings
LETZTE TAGE - LETZTE NÄCHTE
Popol Vuh
4.10 | 135 ratings
GILA - FREE ELECTRIC SOUND
Gila
4.65 | 24 ratings
EISZEIT
Gam
4.04 | 154 ratings
ELECTRIC SILENCE
Dzyan
4.10 | 93 ratings
SELIGPREISUNG
Popol Vuh
4.01 | 201 ratings
MALESCH
Agitation Free
4.16 | 63 ratings
VOLUME 10
Electric Orange
4.08 | 87 ratings
KÄNGURU
Guru Guru
3.93 | 474 ratings
TAGO MAGO
Can
4.01 | 107 ratings
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD
Popol Vuh
3.98 | 134 ratings
IN DEN GÄRTEN PHARAOS
Popol Vuh
4.17 | 44 ratings
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 Past, Present & Future by BRAINTICKET album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.97 | 11 ratings

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Past, Present & Future
Brainticket Krautrock

Review by Progfan97402

4 stars I just knew a new Brainticket album would come my way. After all there was the Space Rock Invasion tour that included them, Huw-Lloyd Langton (ex-Hawkwind), and Nektar, so it was time a new Brainticket album came our way. After all 15 years passed since the last one, Alchemic Universe, while welcomed by many, many did not take to well to its techno leaning. I'm happy to report with Past, Present & Future, the techno approach has thankfully been ditched, in favor of real drums, again! Members of Die Krupps, UK Sub, and Nik Turner's band are in this version of Brainticket, along with (naturally) Joel Vandroogenbroeck, now 76. It's Brainticket, I hear elements of the Brainticket of old, like Cottonwoodhill, Psychonaut, and Celestial Ocean, but they don't rehash that, and bring in something new as well. I also love the production, no loudness wars that make listening a headache regardless of quality (go listen to Eloy's The Tides Return Forever or Ocean 2, great music, but that loudness war makes listening to them a headache due to unnecessary volume). Also the fact the music doesn't sound overly contemporary, but not overly retro either (I do hear both analog and digital synths). Kephera Moon sounds so unbelievably like Carole Muriel you'd think it was her under an assumed name. Just one listen to "Dancing on the Volcano Part 1" or "Egyptian Gods of the Sky" and you'll see what I mean! "Dancing on the Volcano Part 2" features an extended funky jam that gives way to an ambient part, and some nice flute playing from Joel Vandroogenbroeck. "Reality of Dreams" has a more Eastern feel to it, complete with sitar. A couple cuts venture more into '70s-like prog instrumentals like "Reality of Dreams" and "Proto Alchemy", while "Egyptian Gods of the Sky" will remind you of Celestial Ocean with the spoken dialog and Egyptian theme. Then there's "Brainticket Blues" I get a kick off! Blues does Brainticket style, you will never mistake this for BB King or Muddy Waters. First you have Joel Vandroogenbroeck's flute playing. Then you have Kephera Moon's spoken dialog sounding like Carole Muriel, and it sounded like it was lifted right off Celestial Ocean. You obviously hear the blues style, but nothing like regular straight-up blues (which usually bores me). Usually Brainticket takes themselves seriously, but "Brainticket Blues" shows that rare not-so-serious side. To see 2015 gets started off with some this good, I'm happy to see a new Brainticket album. Just what I needed, and if you like Brainticket, this one should be in your collection.
 To The Highest Gods We Know by COLOUR HAZE album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.00 | 1 ratings

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To The Highest Gods We Know
Colour Haze Krautrock

Review by Igor91

— First review of this album —
4 stars Colour Haze is stoner/psychedelic rock band from Germany that have become legends in the underground rock scene in Europe. I am a bit puzzled by them being categorized as "krautrock" here in PA. Yes, they are from Germany and they do have slight krautrock influences, but their sound is more of a blend of 60's and 70s' psychedelic and hard rock. Guitarist and vocalist Stefan Koglek's playing style is a mix of Jimi Hendrix and Tony Iomi with a dash of jazz and Indian/Middle eastern influence. Manfred Merwald is an excellent drummer, bringing a jazzy, slightly busy (but not too busy) backbeat to the music. Finally, Philipp Rasthofer's low-end bass gives added warmth to their sound. Koglek's vocals need some getting used to, but, overall, are pretty good for a German singing in English. The band's songs vary from short and structured, to 20-plus minute opuses.

"To The Highest Gods We Know" is their 11th studio effort (the 1998 album "Seven" is missing on PA's list as of 2/28/2015) and finds the band pretty much where they left off on their previous album, "She Said." There are some added strings and horns here and there, but most of the songs cover the same territory. That's not to say the album isn't good ? it is. The album begins with "Circles," which starts off with quiet jamming, slowly building to a pure stoner/psychedelic blast of heaven. "Paradise" is the short, rocker on the disc. "Uberall" is another solid tune in the same vein as "Circles" with the slow build to a crescendo of heavy, low-end guitar, with the addition of strings. The fourth tune, "Call" is roughly six minutes of a lone, repeated guitar riff with soft vocal lines, before launching into another powerful eruption of high-energy, stoner riffage to close out the final 2 minutes of the song. The standout track is "To The Highest Gods We Know," which is an instrumental, Indian/Middle Eastern infused dose of psychedelia. The tune starts out with beautiful acoustic guitar work from Koglek, then intermittent strings and percussion add to the sonic tapestry skillfully woven together by the band. As the song closes, you are left relaxed and satisfied. But then, after a few minutes of silence, there is a reprise of "Call" (not included on track listing) lasting just over a minute.

While not their best effort, "To The Highest Gods We Know" is, all in all, a solid album by these stoner/psychedelic rock masters. I would probably recommend the album "All" as a starting point for newcomers to the band. However, "To The Highest Gods We Know" would make a great addition to the music collection of anyone who likes their rock laced with psychedelia, occasional heavy riffing, and lots of great guitar work.

 Platte by ELECTRIC ORANGE album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.06 | 9 ratings

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Electric Orange Krautrock

Review by Neu!mann
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Studio album number six from the retro-Krautrockers of Electric Orange is even more heavily in debt than usual to the groovier explorations of CAN, sometimes to an almost slavish degree, in tracks like "Holzbock": seven-plus minutes of perfectly simulated Jaki Liebezeit rhythms and spiky one-chord Michael Karoli guitars. The expanded CD even includes a bonus cut with the explicit title "Dedicated to MK", but all the free-form organ vamping makes it more an "Homage to IS" (Can keyboardist Irmin Schmidt).

In truth the young quartet from Aachen isn't really aping Can; they're proudly maintaining a historical legacy of likeminded instrumental wanderlust. And, honestly, the band couldn't have chosen a better role model, even if they never had any hope of achieving the same level of influence or fame.

Don't expect anything too deep or challenging here. The music, even in longer workouts like the 20- minute "Kwark", is structured like a casual jam session instead of the more intuitive 'instant composition' practiced by their role models. But on a strictly superficial level the album is very satisfying: an often thrilling and always affectionate '70s throwback with a very contemporary sound (not a contradiction, for these guys).

What's ultimately missing is that vital spark of Inner Space originality, and the excitement of true discovery. But even secondhand Krautrock can be an adventure worth taking.

 Past, Present & Future by BRAINTICKET album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.97 | 11 ratings

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Past, Present & Future
Brainticket Krautrock

Review by MC Strong

4 stars Fifteen long years since Alchemic Universe escaped from Planet Brainticket, finally, Joel and Co (mainly vocalist Kephera Moon, former UK Subs! axeman Nicky Garratt, drummer Jason Willer and keyboardist Jugrgen Engler) log-in with Past, Present & Future (2015). An exhausting trip of over 70 minutes, including 2-parter Dancing On The Volcano garnering an opening 30, Brainticket re-awaken the gods of Ramses via crystallised pieces of Swiss kraut-rock. Recalling intergalactic trips from heady days long gone when sitar and synths were kings (CELESTIAL OCEAN, COTTONWOODHILL, et al), Joel reaches for the stars for instrumental Reality Of Dreams, while there was an 007 feel by way of Proto Alchemy. In the mystic words of Kephera (with help from Kyrsten Bean as guest), exotica and female narration of a cinematic scale represent the retro-fried closing triumvirate of Singularity, Egyptian Gods Of The Sky and the cool Brainticket Blues. Mind over matter, with extensive listens to PP&F, BRAINTICKET will book you aboard to sit aside them before they set their sonic synths for the heart of the sun. MC Strong
 Rock Duo »Magma« by MAGMA album cover Studio Album, 1975
3.68 | 8 ratings

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Rock Duo »Magma«
Magma Krautrock

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars This German duo originated from the city of Gelsenkirchen, featuring Siegfried Scholz on drums/vocals and Detlef Gehrke on keyboards/vocals.Their roots though go back in early-70's in a school band, when performing aloongside guitarist Dieter Kuck.When Kuck quit in the summer of 73', the remaining duo decided to move on under the name of Rock Duo Magma, playing numerous lives (at least 10 gigs per month) and even visiting Holland for live shows.In 1975 they felt it was time to release an album, so they visited Helmut Reketat's Elrec Studio in Gelsenkirchen.A sum of about 20 tracks was recorded and seven pieces made it to the first pressing, released the same year.Reputedly a second pressing followed a bit later without the Elrec logo.

It's not hard to imagine that Scholz and Gehrke played keyboard-based psychedelic music in the vein of Swedish pioneers HANSSON & KARLSSON, adapting many elements from the loose side of the German scene and creating diverse atmospheres, executed on piano, Hammond organ and synthesizer.The material is based on varied tempos with a strong psychedelic color, soft rhythms leave their place to more furious grooves and a bunch of light jazzy influences, passing from minimalistic textures to neurotic synth-drenched instrumentals.Vocals are typical of a German singer, pretty irritating and slightly accented.Fortunately there are no needless drum soloing or excessive keyboard fanfares, the music is very tight, keeping a balance between lyricism and instrumental orgasms and even some tracks are close to great, featuring sinister atmospheres and an odd Kraut Rock background of spontaneous experimentation.

As the original vinyl copies became very rare, Garden of Delights re-released the album in 2003 with an extra set of bonus tracks.While these have much in common with the sound of the original album, there is definitely a more pronounced Classical/symphonic range, based on eerie synthesizers with spacious touches, backed up by narcotic organ-driven rhythms and some strong jazzy acrobatics.Four of them were recorded live in a youth club in Marl, while ''Fur Elise'' was an unreleased studio recording.

In 1977 the duo recorded some demo more tracks at Gerd Fortak's Emscherland Studios, which were sent to Brain for evaluation, but apparently turned down, propably due to their uninteresting lyrics.Rock Duo Magma split in 1978 due to Gehrke's work and family commitments.

Underground 70's keyboard-based Psych Rock, up there with similar German acts such as TWOGETHER and SIXTY-NINE.Atmospheric and deeply psychedelic music with some jazzy and Classical flourishes.Recommended.

 Feeling by LIGHTSHINE album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.41 | 34 ratings

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Feeling
Lightshine Krautrock

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars This was a German group by students, formed sometime in 1974 in the town of Emmerich in the lower Rhein area.Their surnames were never revealed, the guys were Joe (vocals, lead guitar), Wolfgang (bass, vocals), Ulli (guitar, flute, vocals) and Egon (drums), while later they were joined by Olli on synthesizer.After playing a number of gigs they recorded some tracks and knocked the doors of Sky Records and Phonogram for a contract without success.They decided to press the album by themselves and in 1976 ''Feeling'' was stored in a number of 500 copies.

It doesn't get much more Kraut-styled Rock than this one, music that is very psychedelic, powerful and jamming, featuring mood changes and energetic soloing as well as some very haunting vocals.Tons of fuzz guitar playing, lots of flute in the vein of RUFUS ZUPHALL and marching bass and drumming.The short opening pieces are typical of the style with great guitar tricks in a Heavy/Psych style and some light Folk influences, while the longer ones showcase a wider palette of influences.Despite the sinister title of ''Nightmare'', this 10-min. cut comes in an ethereal package of rockin' and psychedelic sounds, introducing the synthesizers into the style of the band, adding romantic choirs and storytelling vocals in the process and reducing the guitar pounds in some slow-motion, almost PINK FLOYD-ian solos, which still have this standard Teutonic touch.The 13-min. ''King and queen'' is the absolute definition of Kraut Rock, not flawless by any means, but surely an interesting piece of art, kickin' off with slow gears on guitar, which sound a bit bluesy, the singing lines are very melancholic and the atmosphere is pretty dramatic and epic, while the closing minutes offer tireless electric soloing and reckless drumming.Same structure for the 7-min. title-track, dreamy and psychedelic opening minutes with soft guitars, discreet synths and lyrics before the upcoming explosion, which gets the band back on the Kraut van, some great electric solos over psychedelic sound effects and vocal distortions.

The album was repressed in another 500 copies later and Lightshine played about 200 more gigs, sometimes next to big names such as Hoelderlin, Jane, Scorprions and Colosseum II.The big break never came and in 1977 they split up due to internal disagreements.

Interesting Kraut Rock from the mid-70's.Psychedelic, lyrical and intense, having often a cosmic aura.Recommended, original issue is only for big wallets, several LP and CD issues out.

 Future Days  by CAN album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.03 | 397 ratings

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Future Days
Can Krautrock

Review by JJLehto
Prog Reviewer

5 stars I never thought I'd like a Can album more than Tago Mago, and when I originally heard "Future Days" this opinion was maintained.

Well, it's been several years, I forgot about, (then rediscovered) this magnificent band and while I love them much as I always did...to my surprise I fell in love with this album.

Call it growing older, but I appreciate the more subdued and mellow nature of this album, something I thought was lacking back then and missed the abrasive, over the top elements that I thought made Can what it was. However, "Future Days" is a beautiful album that maintains the Can essentials: chill, psychedelic atmosphere, drifting songs, arty guitar and Jaki's superb drumming with all the fixings: jazzy, driving, monotonous yet cerebral. However, on "Future Days" some other Can sounds are greatly subdued, if not removed entirely: the, (often harsh), noisy bits, over the top whackiness, blatant avant garde endeavors and most notably Damo's vocals.

Famous for his wild, I'd say insane, vocals singing a mish mosh of languages and sometimes not any at all, here Damo is majorly subdued and mellow. To be honest, while I love Damo, I can't say this change is unwelcomed. It not only fits the more atmospheric nature of this album, but I was a little perturbed by fans of experimental music who lament the artist experimenting or changing it up.

The unquestioned winner of this album is the 20 minute "Bel Air" which is a brilliant microcosm of the album itself: Relaxing, beautiful, minimalist, hypnotic and warm. In a style that could be called "post rock" the song dips into a brief interlude devoid of music and simply consists of birds chirping and bugs buzzing, makes me want to sit on a beach with a nice drink, before the music picks back up and gently builds to a powerful climax.

A beautiful album that should satisfy any fan of Can, (though one may be underwhelmed if they must have the older, more avant garde style) but I think can satisfy fans of most prog rock. A wonderful album that I'd dare say is Can's best.

FIVE STARS

 Out Of Reach by CAN album cover Studio Album, 1978
2.29 | 56 ratings

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Out Of Reach
Can Krautrock

Review by shantiq

1 stars Can was and still is my favourite band of all times for their first albums all the way to Landed everyone of them a gem of uplift and sheer beauty by time they get to Out Of Reach they are >>> let us not be charitable here >>> Out Of Steam Out Of Juice Out Of Ideas Out Of Town Out Of Their Heads Out Of Kilter Out Of Purpose Out Of Meaning and just once on Like INOBE GOD probably Out Of Tune So do yourself a favour never listen to it especially if like me you see them as Gods Damo Malcolm Irmin Michael Holger Jaki= Gods Out Of Reach= Gods asleep at the wheel

wish there was a zero star option here

 Monster Movie  by CAN album cover Studio Album, 1969
3.80 | 251 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 | 39 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
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Krautrock bands/artists list

Bands/Artists Country
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
MAHOGANY BRAIN France
DAVID MARANHA Portugal
MCCHURCH SOUNDROOM Switzerland
MERLIN; SWARA; ILOR & FRIENDS Multi-National
METABOLISMUS Germany
METROPOLIS Germany
MITTELWINTERNACHT '71 Germany
MOOLAH United States
MOON OF OSTARA United Kingdom
MUNJU Germany
MUSHROOM'S PATIENCE Italy
MY SOLID GROUND Germany
MYTHOS 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
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