30 Songs, 3 Hours 15 Minutes

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4.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Will_Will ,

Great Addition to a Full Can Library

Look—if you already have most of Can’s albums and think that Can on their worst days are better than most other bands on their best days, this is a great compilation and a “must have.” It’s 3+ hours of “new” material. Most importantly, find gems of favorite songs scattered throughout the entire spread of the audio, track-to-track, album got album. Enjoy. It’s guilt-free New Can.

javajeff ,

Good thing they were found!

This album really deserves some love. If these tapes were lost, that would be a travesty. This is one of Can's best albums if not the best. The 3 CDs are loaded with music and contain some of Can's best songs. CD 1 alone has Millionenspiel, Waiting for the Streetcar, and Graublau that are favorites of mine. I listen to this album more than others due to the raw nature of the music. It can be experimental at times, jazzy, tribal, minimalistic, and pyschadelic. It is unmistakably Can. I am not a Krautrock fanatic or collect Krautrock bands, but I do love Can's early stuff. This is more of a good thing for any level Can fan, and a must buy.

Cat for the Tillerman ,

It’s really long, but the music is good, so no complaints

Like a lot of “bootleg” type of releases, it may be unnecessary, but for fans it is great. This isn’t something that is digested all at once, but when inspiration strikes, much like the musicians creating the music. Their best studio albums are the place to start, but this is as good a place as any.

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