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|2. The Sad Skinhead|
|4. Just A Second (Starts Like That!)/Picnic On A Frozen River/Deuxieme Tableux|
|5. Giggy Smile|
|6. Lauft...Heisst Das Es Lauft Oder Es Kommt Bald...Lauft|
|7. It's A Bit Of Pain|
|1. The Lurcher|
|3. Do So|
|4. Jennifer (Alternate Version)|
|5. The Sad Skinhead (Alternate Version)|
|6. Just A Second (Starts Like That ) (Extended Version)|
|7. Piano Piece|
|8. Lauft...Heisst Das Es Lauft Oder Es Kommt Bald...Lauft (Alternative Version)|
|9. Giggy Smile (Alternative Version)|
It sounded very modern.
All in all, this is an important album from the German experimental rock scene and is recommended to folks that are just starting their exploration of Faust.
I had a harder time warming up to the earlier Faust releases, but I always come back to this one for a great listening experience.
The double CD with outtakes and alternate versions. After listening to the original since I was a kid it was nice to hear the new versions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Music Expert
This is a classic album for anyone with an interest in German rock. The bonus extra are just the cherry on the top. Necessity!Published 14 months ago by GB
This record is so many things at once but truly just Faust when it all comes down to it. Proto-Shoegaze (Listen to "Krautrock" and tell me My Bloody Valentine didn't cop... Read morePublished 21 months ago by House of Wolves.
If you buy only one Faust album, buy this one. It includes the classic work, Krautrock, that came to define the genre, plus a second disk containing the prestigious John Peel... Read morePublished 22 months ago by brotagonist
I absolutely love this album. I listened to it all the way through for the first time when I was overseas... and it helped me focus. This is on my desert island discs list.Published on December 27, 2011 by Chris U
Despite 15 years of listening to Can, another German Krautrock group from the 1970s, I hadn't heard of Faust until recently. Read morePublished on August 2, 2009 by D. Mills