Tago Mago

Can - Tago Mago
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Based on 4 reviews
1971 Ratings: #14 / 103
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Based on 272 ratings
1971 Ratings: #5
February 1971 / Release Date
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United Artists / Label
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MarkCooper
95
All the edge Pink Floyd never had
EMR
97
Germany experimentalists Can were (are and will most likely keep on being) one of the most creative, eccentric and influential band to come out of the 70s. At the time they started releasing records, most of the forward-thinking bands and artists who shared Can's eagerness for unconventional music, were either trying out rawer songwriting styles (which would later give birth to the punk ethos) or indulging into huge, cinematic and erudite aesthetics that would immediately bloom into the fertile ... read more
TreyLikesBands
87
Great

I'm alone... it's cold. This is a haunting experience, I have to say. I sat in the dark while listening to this because I was bored, and yeah... I'm kinda freaked out right now. This album makes me want to take every drug there ever was at once and have this album be the soundtrack to my consequential death. They must've been shooting Mexican black tar heroine into their urethras to create this record, because I've never heard anything like it before.

Color: Black
FAV TRACKS: ... read more
KengojiUltamYT
93
Bullshit with a side of Kraut
Benny
90
#6 of Jamal's Top 100 Favorite Albums

Great album i fell asleep on my second listen
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Track List

  1. Paperhouse
  2. Mushroom
  3. Oh Yeah
  4. Halleluhwah
  5. Aumgn
  6. Peking O
  7. Bring Me Coffee or Tea
 
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