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|1. Hortz Fur Dehn Stekehn West|
|2. Ima Suri Dondai|
|3. Kobaia Is De Hundin|
|4. Da Zeuhl Wortz Mekanik|
|5. Nebehr Gudahtt|
|6. Mekanik Kommandoh|
|7. Kreuhn Kohrmahn Iss De Hundin|
I was sure in for a surprize!
Without really understanding the exact cognitive meaning of the lyrics, one can draw many fascinating and imaginative ideas about what the Kobian "culture" is like.
The music on here is a delicious, spellbinding, majestic, highly original fusion of brassy arrangements, choral chants, rock and theater.
I love this album! I've listened to it enough times to have it playing in my head on auto-pilot... which is great! Progressive jazz-rock fusion at its finest from 1973.Published 8 months ago by Cody Harder
Overrated, though only in the context of this often being cited unquestionably as the pinnacle of what many consider the greatest progressive unit to dare out... Read more
Start with Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. Keep the vocals, percussion and horns, but replace the rest of the orchestra with a jazz fusion band: mostly drums, piano, and heavy bass,... Read morePublished on April 22, 2010 by P. Quijada
I find it pretty hard to describe this record. Picture Carmina Burana by Orf mixed with Wagner with some prog rock thrown in, and you get close to what you can expect listening to... Read morePublished on August 3, 2009 by Joseph C. Helton
The CD is really a work of art that, like all of the Magma CDs that I've heard so far, does require a couple of listens to really sink in. Read morePublished on September 11, 2008 by Jack Smith
This Magma album is either the coolest thing ever recorded, or the worst thing ever laid down on tape. I can't tell! It all depends on how I feel the day I listen to it. Read morePublished on September 6, 2008 by B. E Jackson
Magma is not for everyone. I'll admit that right up front. Not only do they mainly sing about a science-fictional, dystopian future Earth, but they also do so from the viewpoint... Read morePublished on February 15, 2008 by L. M. Gulick
Mekanik Destruktiw Kommandoh is the third album by this band lead by Christian Vander. They were of course the founding of the Zeuhl movement, and in fact the word "Zeuhl" is... Read morePublished on October 9, 2007 by BENJAMIN MILER
It's Wagnerian but it's got lots of elements of rock and jazz in it, which Wagner did not. Band leader/drummer/composer Christian Vander really hits a peak here, he makes a dark... Read morePublished on June 6, 2007 by Scott McFarland