Sunday, February 28, 2010

German Oak - Nibelungelied (1972-1976)
"The dark German collective back with completely catchy kraut-improvisations. All tracks deliver menacing heavy, fuzzy psychedelic moments that merit a serious listening. After their amazing and most popular effort, "Nibelungenlied" stresses the free-sonic-destruction dimension of their music. The sound is always dominated by screaming / electric bluesy guitar parts, sound experiments and macabre keyboards effects. "The heroic deeds of Siegfried" is a dark and minimalist, melancholic composition with a subtle "medieval" flavour. The savage percussion announces a delicate, simplistic guitar sequence in a moody tone. "Nibelungenlied I" is an agressive, dynamic guitar orientated composition, featuring really hypnotic, rocking sequences; all in improvisation with a repetitive bass line and some vicious guitar solos. "Gunter & Brunhild", "Hagen von Tronje" & "Siegfried's death" are bluesy-kraut jams with wha wha effects and strangely doomy, sinister atmospheres. Heavy, complex, weird & cool! A "poisoning" masterpiece. This album only has to be avoided by those who can't support an extremely poor, imperfect sound production" (Philippe progarchives.com)

1. The Heroic Deeds Of Siegfried
2. Nibelungenlied I
3. Gunter & Brunhild
4. Hagen von Tronje
5. Siegfried's Death
6. Dankwart, Ruediger & Hildebrand
7. Dietrich von Bern
8. Nibelungenlied II
9. Lament

Franz - Guitar, Vocals
Harry - Bass
Leo - Drums
Ulli - Guitar

EAC-FLAC-LOG-CUE-SCANS 295MB

Part 1__Part 2

Bye!

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

greatings,
Thanks for this fine Album,

12:31 AM, March 01, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

MANY THANKS!!! I VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS ALBUM FOR AN ETERNITY!!!!

CHRIS.

7:10 AM, March 01, 2010  
Blogger pr0gger said...

Thanx , my friend, a bullseye once again!!!

1:23 PM, March 01, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very interesting group. Thank you very much!

3:32 AM, March 02, 2010  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hello anon, greetings!

Hello Chris!

Hi pr0gger nice to hear from you!

Hello anon you're welcome.

7:03 PM, March 02, 2010  
Blogger Bilek said...

Thanks for yet another Kraut delight (long time no see!)
I remember downloading their other album from your site, when you still posted mp3's. I'm desperately looking for an upgrade since then (well, I found one, but alas, without bonus tracks). I'll be happy if you can post that, too...

keep up te good work.

5:49 AM, March 04, 2010  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi Bilek nice to hear from you! I have already posted the other German Oak album in .flac - check the archives for May 12, 2008.

6:53 AM, March 04, 2010  
Blogger Bilek said...

thanks for the heads up. located the post and already said thanks over there! see you around.

7:38 AM, March 08, 2010  
Blogger cheeba said...

These German Oak albums you share are lo-fi masterpieces of fuzzed-out paranoid riffing that is matched by few. Thanks much, GC, you are a don!

12:59 PM, March 14, 2010  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi cheeba you're welcome thanks for commenting!

5:30 PM, March 16, 2010  

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