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9 thoughts on “ Faust - Seventy One Minutes Of… (CD) ”

  1. 71 Minute CD compilation of tracks from Munic & Elsewhere and The Last LP omits one track from each original LP. The tracklist is incorrect on many copies (see individual release notes). The tracklist is incorrect on many copies (see individual release notes)/5().
  2. Jun 10,  · *71 Minutes Of * consists of the *Munic & Elsewhere* LP and unreleased *Faust Party Three*, and is another fine mess-celany of stuff'n'nonsense. *Outside The Dream Syndicate* saw the band teaming up with Tony Conrad (who'd droned alongside John Cale and La Monte Young in the Sixties) for three 20 minute plus tracks of magnificent, metronomic monotony.
  3. Re-released, now in digipak packaging. Combines the late 80s posthumous 5th & 6th Faust LPs: Munich & Elsewhere/Return Of A Legend LP ("various unreleased tapes intended for release") and The Last LP (the '71 "Faust Party" tapes). Recordings are from Faust's classic era,
  4. 71 MINUTES OF: The LP 'Munic & Elsewhere/Return of a Legend', plus The Unreleased LP 'Faust Party Three' (parts of which appeared previously only as limited edition collectors EP's and singles) Plus Two previously unreleased tracks Recorded in Germany Total playing time 1 hour, 11 minutes On the CD label Made in England. © Reserved/5(26).
  5. 71 Minutes of Faust - CD () for $ from neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  6. La damnation de Faust is a minute studio album of Hector Berlioz's légende dramatique, performed by José van Dam, Malcolm King, Kenneth Riegel, Frederica von Stade and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Georg neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo was released in
  7. [on CD] Packaging: standard jewel case with single sided insert Title 'Seventy One Minutes Of ' on spine, 'The Last LP' on CD Catalog number 'ReRf1 CD' on rear cover and CD, 'RēR F1CD' on spine Barcode at top-left corner on rear. Errors / differences with .
  8. out of 5 stars Faust - '71 Minutes Of' (Cuneiform) The tracks upon this thirteen cut disc were recorded between There seem to be a few remixes that show up on 'Faust IV'. My favorites would be the minute adventurous "Munic A", "Baby","Don't Take Roots" (sounds like the Monkees doing acid) and "Party 5"/5(7).
  9. The Faust Tapes, like Seventy One Minutes, has already appeared on CD, and is the single album which did most to implant the seeds of an experimental musical future into the minds of a few hundred influential teenagers back in , thanks to Richard Branson's idea of knocking it out at 49p a copy.

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