Caspar Brötzmann Massaker - Die Galeere / Koksofen album FLAC
Caspar Brötzmann Massaker. Die Galeere, Koksofen (CD, Album, Promo). Caspar Brötzmann Massaker – Koksofen 61:05. ntal/RIO by mtsbwy127. WIRE - 50 Records Of The Year '93 by dormouse.
Koksofen (which translates as blast furnace), originally released in 1993, has become one of Massaker’s most popular albums. Like it’s predecessor. chwarze Folklore, the album took shape in Massaker’s rehearsal room below the Berlin subway station Schlesisches Tor, and was recorded at Conny Plank’s studio near Cologne, with Plank’s former associates Ingo Krauss and Bruno Gephard producing. There’s a different kind of intensity to Koksofen. The features of Massaker’s sound are in full bloom.
Home is the fifth album by Caspar Brötzmann Massaker, released in January 1995 through Our Choice. All tracks written by Caspar Brötzmann. Caspar Brötzmann – guitar, vocals, production, cover art. Eduardo Delgado-Lopez – bass guitar, vocals. Danny Arnold Lommen – drums. Production and additional personnel. Dirk Rudolph – cover art. . Einheit – production. Bruno Gebhard – production.
Among the many things that can be said about Caspar Brötzmann's power trio Massaker, one is that it sounds like no other band on the planet. From the first dirty, warped guitar strum, listeners know whose world they have ventured into. There are times when he appears to have taken a page from Japanese guitarist Keiji Haino's band Fushitsusha in terms of a certain loose and expansive quality, but Brötzmann's sound revolves much more around a throbbing, almost tribal rhythmic sense, a conception echoed in his cover drawings with their allusions to the cave paintings at Altamira.
Is Koksofen the best album by Caspar Brötzmann Massaker? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Koksofen by Caspar Brötzmann Massaker (1993) Overall rank: 47,571st. Accolades: Top albums of 1993 ( 809th ). Top albums of the 1990s ( 8,657th ). Best albums of all time ( 47,571st ).
Koksofen is the fourth studio album by Caspar Brotzmann Massaker, recorded in 1993 for Our Choice TRACK LISTING: "Hymne" "Wiege" "Kerkersong" "Schlaf" "Koksofen" FURTHER LISTENING: Caspar Brötzmann Massaker - Der Abend der schwarzen Folklore (ru-tv. org/tv/видео-HB60DByWoHQ. html) Caspar Brötzmann, Peter Brötzmann - Last Home. org/tv/видео-B8WYva6sXW4. html) Caspar Brötzmann, Page Hamilton - Zulutime (ru-tv. org/tv/видео-vKfHN XjUR4
NotesPromo edition with just a photocopied sheet in a slimcase / "Koksofen" was supposed to be called "Die Galeere"-Promo CD is credited to Caspar alone and still shows the old title
that is blacked out by feltpen
Made in Austria.
|RTD 195.1469.2, ABB 52 CD||Caspar Brötzmann Massaker||Koksofen (CD, Album, Dig)||Our Choice, Big Cat||RTD 195.1469.2, ABB 52 CD||UK & Europe||1993|
|RTD 195.1469.1||Caspar Brötzmann Massaker||Koksofen (2xLP, Promo, W/Lbl)||Rough Trade||RTD 195.1469.1||Germany||1993|
|RTD 195.1469.2, ABB 52CD||Caspar Brötzmann Massaker||Koksofen (CD, Album)||Our Choice, Big Cat||RTD 195.1469.2, ABB 52CD||Germany||Unknown|
|RTD 195.1469.1, ABB52||Caspar Brötzmann Massaker||Koksofen (2xLP, Album, Ltd)||Our Choice, Big Cat||RTD 195.1469.1, ABB52||Germany||1993|
|ABB 52 CD, RTD 195.1469.2||Caspar Brötzmann Massaker||Koksofen (CD, Album)||Big Cat, Our Choice||ABB 52 CD, RTD 195.1469.2||Germany||1993|