Amon Duul II - Yeti (remastered/digipack)
"The Munich music commune Amon Duul is rated as one of the most important pioneers of German rock history." Fantastic new issues with improved sound, liner notes and rare photos. Filled with wild improvisations, pulsing guitars, primitive electronics, drugged vocals (and drugs in general), this is a stone(d) classic of the early German underground (hard to believe that this wild slab originally came out in 1970). How do you follow up a great, insane debut like Phallus Dei? With something even crazier! This, their 2nd, was originally a double; it all fits on this nice CD. On on the cover? Their bongo player, Shrat, dressed as death (or as Jeff Beck with a scythe); Shrat is (in)famous for dying of a LSD overdose, something that isn't supposed to be able to be done...but he apparently done it...Recommended!