Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
The Savage Saints. Faust, one of the greatest bands to come out of Germany in the 70's, did a fantastic job of terrorizing rock music. As usual, Faust make it difficult to determine which tracks are which, giving titles like A 70's Event to Krautrock IV and Komm mit to a untitled track off of the The Faust Tapes the one with the chorus "you are the one to be me".
The first track, titled Not Nearest By, is an un-familiar masterpiece with deep bass rhythms, and dare I say "funky" horns off of So Far. Fourth on the CD is a wonderful live version of the Sad Skin Head complete with strangely-enthusiastic vocals, concluded with the screaming of "shut up". Expecting S. In Love, one of the new tracks, is a sad, intricate, cliche acoustic piece with a bit of humming - it is almost a ballad without vocals.
Untitled comes with a beautiful booklet The Rachels band are going to have to try hard to keep up with Faust containing a brief history of Faust taken from the forthcoming Faust Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD), a discography, some fantastic looking pictures with a direction theme, reviews, and a clip from a map key showing the word Faust located at Their music has defiantly changed from fuzzy, noisier rock to a well produced, more cliched, mocking of rock music - with the exception of a few tracks.
Ed Pinsett described it best in issue 1 of The Sound Projector - "Faust reformed in and effectively reinvented themselves around two principle players. No concessions have been made to fans, no attempt to revive the 'classic' Faust years; instead, they have deliberately taken themselves apart, stripped their music down to a scaffolding framework, and opened up the Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD) space".
Each track seems to make the listener more and more confused. None of the 17 track times coincide with the times listed in the inserts, the songs does not flow, nor bear no similarities to each other in terms of style in any way. The opening track, one of the strongest, begins with the band screaming and enters a deep repetitive one-bar bass groove with heavy drums, much like Munic A 71 minutes of The second track is hard to call a song - but you can picture it in your head.
Imagine someone running up a creaky set of stairs with pots on every four or so steps, Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD), banging on each pot as he or she passes Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD) - simple. The third is a soft, pleasant piece using droning horns and organs backed by feedback and simple drums, getting louder as time passes until the end. Next, after a quiet pause of drilling noises, is an second extract from the Komm Mit - Faust - Untitled (CD) CD now called Irons.
Track 6 is one of my favourites - an almost spaghetti like-western cliche with French lyrics, and predictable twangy guitar and heavy bass lines.
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