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3.97 | 784 ratings

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1 stars Krautrock has its moments but this album is not the one that a man could remember. It's something so odd, unmelodycal and too psychedelic. It has its value only as the dead end of music evolution.

Song on this album (yes, there's only one song here) is only the opening track and it is nothing special. The next "songs" are merely some voices and sounds or more often pure nothingness spitted into air. Sorry. I think bands like Can and Faust do one good thing - they show us which way is not worth to take.

Krautrock in general has much more to offer, e.g. 2066 & Then or Jane or Amon Duul II or Eloy or Kraan or Embryo or Hairy Chapter or Ainigma or Gomorrha or... simply everything except Can.

This is only for krautrock fanatics and musical historians.

Hejkal | 1/5 |


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