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Old 08.01.2012, 04:07 AM   #12
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- LA DUSSELDORF - "LA DUSSELDORF" LP (4MWB) $18

Upon the breakup of legendary Krautrock duo Neu!, drummer Klaus Dinger formed La Düsseldorf with his brother Thomas and keyboard player Hans Lampe. This, their self-titled debut, was recorded in 1975 and is a staggering mix of Dinger's trademark motorik rhythms, glammy synths, pulsing organs, and urgent guitar work that altogether create a sound that, at times, predates both punk and post-punk, no small feat. Featuring their European hit single "Silver Cloud", La Düsseldorf's debut record is classic Krautrock on par with the best offerings of Neu!, Kraftwerk, and Can. 180 gram vinyl reissue. 1 COPY IN STOCK.




 



 

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- LA DUSSELDORF - "VIVA" LP (4MWB) $18

Viva is the second release from Klaus Dinger's post-Neu! Krautrock group. Originally released in 1978, Viva is a stunning combination of washed out synthesizers, swirling guitar work and Dinger's trademark motorik rhythms. Featuring the classic "Cha, Cha 2000", Viva is another fine effort from one of Krautrock's legends and stands as a testament of just how gloriously ahead of their time the German progressive rock scene of the 70s could be. 180 gram vinyl reissue. 1 COPY IN STOCK.
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