Faust - Faust AlbumPerformer: Faust
Style: Krautrock, Art Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental
Label: Not On Label (Faust)
Size MP3 version: 1331 mb
Size FLAC version: 2300 mb
Size WMA version: 1472 mb
Faust - Faust Album
|1||Why Don't You Eat Carrots||18:32|
|2310 142||Faust||Faust (LP, Album, Tra)||Polydor||2310 142||Germany||1971|
|POCP-2404||Faust||Faust (CD, Album, RE)||Polydor||POCP-2404||Japan||1995|
|POCP-2155||Faust||Faust (CD, Album, RE)||Polydor||POCP-2155||Japan||1991|
|2310 142||Faust||Faust (LP, Album, RE)||Polydor||2310 142||Germany||Unknown|
|RR one||Faust||Faust (LP, Album, RE, Cle)||Recommended Records||RR one||UK||1979|
- Composed By – Faust
- Engineer – Andy Hertel, Kurt Graupner
- Performer – Arnulf Meifert, Gunther Wüsthoff, Joachim Irmler, Jean-Hervé Peron, Rudolf Sosna, Werner Diermaier
- Producer – Uwe Nettelbeck
Recorded live at Wümme, September 21, 1971.
Copy of the 1st German pressing, but has a plain label on the record.
Clear plastic cover and lyric sheet.
Pressed on transparent clear vinyl.
Presumably released in the period 1993-1998.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): MZE 7475
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): MZE 7476
- Recorded At – Wümme
- Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZE 7475
- Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZE 7476
Faust German for fist is the debut studio album by German rock band Faust. It was recorded live on 21 September 1971 and released later in the same year through Polydor Records. Although it was never a commercial success, Faust has garnered much retrospective acclaim from rock critics. Before the release of their debut, Faust would. Faust Faust Polydor 2310 142 GER 1971 Picture and audio from the original 1971 UK Tracklist Why Don't You Eat Carrots 9:35 Meadow Meal free to Faust Faust IV Krautrock, The Sad Skinhead and more. 8 tracks 47:16. Faust IV is a 1973 album by the German krautrock group Faust. The album is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, where it is referred to as a krautrock classic. The band did not release another album for 20 years, and with a different lineup. Recordings from 2005 and later should be submitted under Faust 6 when it concerns the Faust with Joachim Irmler, or under Faust 7 when it concerns the Faust with Jean-Hervé Peron and Werner 'Zappi' Diermaier. German for fist, and also the protagonist of Goethe's eponymous play, Faust were one of the first bands to use the recording studio as an instrument. After two albums for Polydor, they signed with the fledgling Virgin label. Faust Tracklist. Why Don't You Eat Carrots Lyrics. Searching for a middle point between post-nuclear psychedelia and psycho-ambient musique concrete , German group Faust coined one of the most powerful, dramatic and eccentric languages in modern music. Their first album, self -titled, one of rock musics masterwork, contains three lengthy musical excursions. These collages of musique concrete make a very free use of found sounds. Faust Q&A. Producers Uwe Nettelbeck. More Faust albums. Schiphorst 2008. Faust IV. Show all albums by Faust. Faust - You Know Faust 1996. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Kraut Rock. Songs in album Faust - You Know Faust 1996. The impact of Faust cannot be overstated their debut album was truly a revolutionary step forward in the progress of rock music. It was pressed on clear vinyl, packaged in a clear sleeve, with a clear plastic lyric insert. Faust is a music album by Faust released in 1971. Faust is ranked 1,016th in the overall chart, 223rd in the 1970s, and 29th in the year 1971. This album is rated in the top 3 of all albums on . Band's List Krautrock Faust Faust IV. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. Type Album. Released date 1974. Labels Virgin Records Caroline Records. Music StyleKrautrock. Members owning this album1. The Sad Skinhead. Faust's records have never been the kind you dissect. The band seems to have some kind of plan at work, but not the type of plan left for others to follow. It's not the kind of algorithm that bears any scrutiny yet, 30 years later, the music remains. And given the state of the boys in der Gruppe, that alone makes it worthy of reissue. After spending several months in 1970-71 lazing, smoking, and existing rather superfluously on Virgin Records' dime, of course, Faust moved their commune to Wümme in western Germany and decided to get serious. By serious, I mean they decided to