DAF - PRODUKT DER DEUTSCH-AMERIKANISCHEN FREUNDSCHAFT (CD)


"If you read the name DAF you probably expect forceful synth bass sounds, snappy rhythms, Gabi Delgado and leather - but that was all conspicuously absent when Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft released their debut album in 1979. Later to find global fame as a duo, DAF's 1979 line-up of Robert Görl, Wolfgang Spelmans, Kurt Dahlke (Pyrolator) and Michael Kemner created what was quite possibly the world's first noise-rock album. Radical, brutish, instrumental. The influence of Can is clearly audible. Considering the fact that other prominent noise-rock bands such as Chrome, Flipper or even Sonic Youth recorded similar music at a much later date, this "product of Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft" should certainly be recognized as a pioneering work. originally released in 1979 on Warning Records (later Ata Tak)." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2012| BUREAU B | 15.90


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