On one of the most horrific days of American history was released a particularly profound and special album.
The Microphones beautifully articulate a person's desperation to regain his or her humanity on this larger than life record bolstered by its memorable melodies and lyrics. The slightly off beat and distorted, out of tune instrumentation, the clipping, the boyish vocals and the sounds of wind and a foghorn help create a remarkably raw folk album that throws its listeners into ... read more
I can now confirm that Ege Bamyasi and Tago Mago are worlds apart.
Can went really far on this project without turning back and as a result triumphed on the krautrock scene.
I wasn’t expecting this level of experimentation on such a popular record. I didn’t have the impression that I listened to an hour and thirteen minute long project, not because it was easy to listen to, but rather because I was entertained all the way. Nothing felt out of place and the flow was ... read more