Neu! - Neu! '75 album flac
Title: Neu! '75
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Neu! �75 is the third studio album from German Krautrock legends Neu! I�ve only been partially impressed with their first two albums which is mostly due to the tracks that IMO, are more sound experiements than real songs. It�s an aquired taste if you enjoy those avant garde experiements but I�m one of those that don�t. On the other hand there were some really great songs on those albums too with relentless driving krautrock beats and psychadelic elements. An album with two faces from a band with the creative imagination of 20 others. It's not the most consistent listening but the recommended album to get an idea of what Neu! is all about.
Neu! is the debut album by German krautrock band Neu!. It was recorded in December 1971 at Studios, Hamburg, Germany, mixed at Star-Musik Studio, Hamburg, Germany, and released in 1972 by Brain Records. It was reissued by Grönland on 29 May 2001 and then licensed to Astralwerks for US distribution. This was members Michael Rother and Klaus Dinger's first recording together after they left Kraftwerk in 1971.
Isi," which opens the album, features Dinger's metronymic percussion holding down the 2/4 rhythm and a trademark one-note bassline provided by a piano, but the gorgeous sonic washes and flourishes normally handled by Rother's guitar-slinging hands are now painted with a synth. Seeland" offers a return to the six strings with what would in subsequent years become Rother's ornate "singing" style of playing.
If the first two tracks were somewhat ambivalent about the preference for ambience over trajectory, "Leb Wohl" resolves all doubts. Over nine minutes, the track blends plaintive piano, metronomic percussion, distant organ, and tidal washes beneath Dinger's almost-spoken vocals. E-Musik" has perfected the equation: the acid-fried expanse of their debut distilled through the radical proto-punk of their second album, and punctuated by spells of dreamy ambience. All that remains is the primal shove of "After Eight," perhaps the grittiest and meanest sounding track the duo ever put its name on. Instead of a victory lap, Neu throttled into overdrive. And finally, breakdown. The world was catching up just as the engine blew out.
Neu! '75 is the third studio album by the krautrock band Neu!. It was recorded and mixed at Conny Plank's studio between December 1974 and January 1975.
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