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  1. Jun 10,  · *Faust IV* is the band's most song-orientated and, by a slender margin, best record. Its highlights include "Jennifer" (one of psychedelia's eeriest and most poignant love songs), "Krautrock" (a wall-of-noise pastiche whose Niagaran head- rush defeats its own raison d'etre) and the fabulous mad- hornet fuzz-solo that climaxes the third-Velvets-LP-styled "It's A Bit Of A Pain".
  2. This CD comes back to the spirit of The Faust Tapes. Founding member Hans Joachim Irmler and Staubgold director Markus Detmer joined forces to put together this collage of previously unreleased recordings taken from the group's vaults and encompassing three decades of (intermittent) activity.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of 71 Minutes on Discogs.
  4. 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,
  5. 71 Minutes of Faust, a Compilation of songs by Faust. Released in on RēR (catalog no. RēR F1 CD; CD). Genres: Krautrock.
  6. Faust were one of the few true totally original rock groups, ever, and this 5-CD set presents them in all their furry, barking mad glory, from the one-chord pound of "It's A Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl" to the acoustic drift of "Psalter" to the floating drone of "Krautrock," all of /5(16).
  7. Musings on the Psalter by Tamara Kalsbeek - This collection of Psalter numbers is meditative piano music. The CD is available as a hard copy CD, but now is also available as a file download from our website. The cost is $9. The Psalm Choir came into existence to specifically celebrate the Psalms which God has given us in order to praise Him.
  8. Faust IV is the fourth studio album by the German krautrock group Faust, released in The album is included in the book Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, where it is referred to as a "krautrock classic". This was the last album by the first incarnation of the band, they returned in with the release of Rien featuring a different line-up.

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