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« Reply #45 on: May 11, 2007, 04:34:14 PM »

I've been looking into "krautrock" recently and I really like Amon Düül II and Can.  I think Popol Vuh are lumped into this category sometimes and I really love them.  Neu! are pretty cool, too.  Anyone know of any other good early 70's German rock groups?

Try checking out DAF. Might be something for you.

For a modern weird german experience, try out Welle:Erdball. Both are very excellent german bands. Try searching for some clips on youtube.
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« Reply #46 on: May 20, 2007, 01:42:44 AM »

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No, sorry,  though I may die in my sleep, my autographed "Hello, My Name is Larry" goes to my niece or nephew; Whoever proves themselves the most nonsane --
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« Reply #47 on: May 21, 2007, 05:43:20 PM »

I've been looking into "krautrock" recently and I really like Amon Düül II and Can.  I think Popol Vuh are lumped into this category sometimes and I really love them.  Neu! are pretty cool, too.  Anyone know of any other good early 70's German rock groups?

Off the top of my head, Faust. Old Tangerine Dream.

I want to suggest bands like Nektar, Gong, and Van DeGraaf Generator, but I don't think they are German, just lumped into the same prog/fusion/avant garde genre.
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« Reply #48 on: May 21, 2007, 07:23:09 PM »

I've been looking into "krautrock" recently and I really like Amon Düül II and Can.  I think Popol Vuh are lumped into this category sometimes and I really love them.  Neu! are pretty cool, too.  Anyone know of any other good early 70's German rock groups?


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« Reply #49 on: April 29, 2008, 09:27:25 PM »

...5.Caught in a Trap-ELVIS!!!!
Your song is "Suspicious Minds." 

...#9 Dream by John Lennon (Imagine, Instant Karma, and So This is Christmas too)
And your song is "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)".   

...Shout by Tears for Fears
Voices Carry by Til Tuesday (is my list looking a little too 80s here?)
Yes it is looking a little "80s", but who gives a ratzass?  I really like these songs, too. 

Welcome to the club.I Find myself listening to more 50's R+R more and more.I always wonder how American Rock and Roll would have evlved if the British Invasion had not elapsed good old 50's-early 60's music...
What the British Invasion did was really revive interest in true Rock n' Roll and Blues, many 50s classics were covered by THE BEATLES, THE ANIMALS and THE STONES... great acts like CHUCK BERRY, BUDDY HOLLY and ROY ORBISON were an inspiration to the Brits. 

Nobody named these bands or groups or people, so I guess I will:
...Frank Zappa... King Crimson...
ZAPPA and KING CRIMSON were both mentioned by Torgo.   Wink

Yep, I also have that Halloween Hootenanny disc.  I've wondered the exact same thing about how Rock n Roll would have evolved without Beatlemania.  My theory is that punk and psychobilly are showing us the answer to that question.
Not true!  The PUNK movement was largely instigated by a love for the old 2 minute 45rpm... A lot of the PUNKS and Proto-PUNKS were inspired by early Brit invasion records, and the American record response.  THE RAMONES were even inspired to get their name from PAUL McCARTNEY... if that's not a tribute to the British Invasion, I don't know what is!   Smile 

Just found this old thread and enjoyed reading everybody's comments (but not so much the long lists...)  Lookingup
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« Reply #50 on: April 29, 2008, 11:23:49 PM »

clockworkcanary, do you post on Xltronic???

Seems natural, since you like Aphex that much!!!

Nope, never posted there.  I mainly stick to bad movie sites or Agnostic-related forums.  But yeah...always dug Aphex Twin.  I have some Muziq and Autechre tracks too but nothing beats Richard.

And how could I forget Kate Bush - she's awesome too.

Ahhhh......Kate Bush.  How I love thee!

For mellow groove out music, her CDs, Hounds of Love (which is her best), Senusal World and the new one Aerial.

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