Why Dont You Eat Carrots - Faust - Faust (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Download Why Dont You Eat Carrots - Faust - Faust (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Lilith - LR138 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Clear, 180 gr • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Krautrock, Prog Rock, Experimental


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9 Replies to “ Why Dont You Eat Carrots - Faust - Faust (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. About “Why Don’t You Eat Carrots” (Unreviewed) I believe that the purpose of distorting those two classic rock songs of the 60’s was to “erase” their musical influences.
  2. Faust (German for "fist") is the debut studio album by German rock band biapaiconsumpressden.mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.co was recorded live on 21 September and released later in the same year through Polydor biapaiconsumpressden.mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.cogh it was never a commercial success, Faust has garnered much retrospective acclaim from rock biapaiconsumpressden.mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.co: Krautrock, experimental rock, sound collage.
  3. Aug 24,  · This is the most brilliant album of the Kraut Rock era in my opinion. Using ordinary instruments, tapes, primitive synthesisers and recording studio avantgarde techniques, Faust recorded a pioneer album which anticipates of 15 years the use of samples (cuts from The Beatle's "All You Need Is Love" and The Rolling Stone's "Satisfaction" rise from the electronic magma at the beginning of the /5(66).
  4. Oct 11,  · Even though the original transparent vinyl / X-ray sleeve looks amazing, I actually prefer this (black vinyl) pressing as it seems to play better to my ears. I don't really like coloured vinyl and clear is the most unstable of all, lacking the strength ingredient - carbon. /5(24).
  5. Reissue of Polydor from LP and sleeve - like the original - pressed on clear vinyl with printed radiography on transparent cover and a transparent lyric sheet with red lettering.
  6. Reissue of Polydor from LP and sleeve - like the original - in clear vinyl with transparent cover and radiography insert. Side 2 recorded live at Wümme, September 21,
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Transparent Clear Vinyl release of Faust on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Transparent Clear • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Krautrock, Art Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental.
  8. The first track on Faust's self-titled debut album, "Why Don't You Eat Carrots" is early proof that something very different is going on here. The song starts with a blast of static, noise, and unidentifiable electronic feedback, under which are just barely buried snippets of the key lines from "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "All You Need Is Love.".

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