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Artist: CAN
Title: A Double Promo Album By Can
Format: Double LP
Label: B13
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $55.00
"Vocalist Damo Suzukis departure from Can in 1973 had forced the band to re-evaluate their sound. Now with Michael Karoli and Irmin Schmidt sharing vocal duties, the band had also begun drawing on influences from disco and glam. While still remaining staunchly outside the mainstream, they undoubtedly became more accessible to a wider audience, and soon had a huge fan base in the UK. In fact, just a few months after playing the live show found on this double LP (recorded in Lyon in January of 1976), Can was even on Top of the Pops!" -B13. Double 140 gram clear vinyl with multicolored labels in a PVC sleeve. Limited edition of 500 copies.

Artist: CAN
Title: Future Days Live
Format: LP
Label: B13
Country: Italy
Price: $29.00
"This album is made up of one long jam session recorded live-in-studio at Inner Space in Cologne during the 1973 Future Days sessions. More ambient than their previous efforts, Future Days was also singer Damo Suzukis final album with Can. Members of Can had first encountered the self-defined 20th century nomad, Kenji Damo Suzuki, a few years earlier on the streets of Cologne. It was shortly after original Can vocalist Malcolm Mooney had left the band and they were left without a singer on the night of a sold-out concert. Upon spying Damo on the streets of Cologne, Holger Czukay just walked up to him and asked him if he wanted to sing at the concert - no rehearsal, just get up on stage with the band and sing. Damo, of course, accepted and the classic Can line-up was born." - B13. 140 gram LP. Clear purple vinyl with red label in PVC sleeve with black lettering. Limited edition 500 copies.

Artist: CAN
Title: Live at Aston University, Birmingham
Format: LP
Label: B13
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $29.00
"Extremely rare recording of Can performing live at Aston University in Birmingham, on March 4, 1977 and featuring the new addition of Rebop Kwaku Baah (the Ghanian percussionist well-known for his work with Traffic, Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, etc.) and Roscoe Gee (a Jamaican bassist who had also recorded with Traffic). Holger Czukay, now freed from bass duties, began experimenting with an array of electronic sounds, which he also began adding to the mix in part to counterbalance Cans new supercharged rhythm section. This period was actually the bands most commercially successful, with their disco-infused single I Want More topping the UK charts in 1976. 140 gram clear vinyl in a PVC sleeve. Limited edition of 500 copies." -B13.

Artist: CAN
Title: Live In Hannover
Format: LP
Label: B13
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $29.00
"High quality live FM radio broadcast from Hannover on 11 April 1976 featuring the pied piper of the early seventies British hippy scene Magic Michael (Michael Cousins) on vocals. Michael, like Rodney Bingenheimer, was more famous for who he knew than for what he actually did, although he did appear on the Greasy Truckers Party LP in 1972, the A Bunch of Stiff Records compilation in 1977, and also collaborated with members of the Damned. Michael had also auditioned to be Cans vocalist after Damo left the band, but was rejected, so it is interesting to hear what a post-Damo Can might have sounded like with Magic Michael at the helm. 140 gram clear vinyl in a PVC sleeve. Limited edition of 500 copies." -B13.

Artist: CAN
Title: Monster Movie Live
Format: LP
Label: B13
Country: Italy
Price: $29.00
"Formed in Cologne in 1968, the year of the student riots that rocked Europe, Can was the band that rose from the ashes. Three ex-students of avant-garde composer Karlheinz Stockhausen (Holger Czukay, Irmin Schmidt and Michael Karoli), well-known German jazz drummer, Jacki Liebezeit and American singer, Malcolm Mooney took rock music and turned it on its head. Although the band was still playing traditional instruments, their spontaneous compositions had little to do with the rehearsed conventions of rock. Tracks like Father Cannot Yell and the 20-minute Yoo Doo Right from their debut LP Monster Movie, and recorded live in Cologne in July 1969, were the first steps into the beyond, setting the tone for a whole new genre of German music that the world would soon be calling krautrock." - B13. 140 gram LP. Red vinyl with red label in PVC sleeve with black lettering. Limited edition 500 copies.

Artist: CAN
Title: Tago Mago Live
Format: LP
Label: B13
Country: Italy
Price: $29.00
"Recorded in 1971 at Cans Inner Space Studio in Cologne during the Tago Mago sessions. These two long tracks represent a live-in-studio jam where Damos vocals have really become an essential component in the bands sound. Amazing groove-heavy jams that were eons ahead of their time. This band was at its absolute creative peak. In 1971, you could press a record while they were using the bathroom and it would still sound good." 140 gram LP. Clear red vinyl with red label in PVC sleeve with black lettering. Limited edition 500 copies." - B13.

Artist: CAN
Title: Horror Trip In The Paperhouse
Format: LP
Label: Blue Sea
Country: Italy
Price: $18.00
"Documenting their famous free concert in Cologne on Feb. 3, 1972, the group locks into one long, propulsive groove after another, blending minimalism with improvisation. Whereas "Spoon" and "Paperhouse" diverge quite a bit from the studio cuts with more improvisational moves, the versions of "Bring Me Coffee or Tea" and "Halleluwah" are fairly straightforward renderings of the "Tago Mago" tracks, though certainly with their habituallooseness there is still enough variation. The only non-studio album track, "Love Me Tonight," is a nice bit of avant funk, with powerful rhythms and some great keyboard drones. "Spoon" is the highlight, with Michael Karolis soaring, droning guitar solos wailing over the perfectly metronomic rhythm section, until halfway through the song the group turns up the intensity. Very good sound quality and ex cellent per form ances make this essential for Can fans . Packed in a 2 color silkscreened cover, and limited to 500 copies."

Artist: CAN
Title: A French Gig
Format: Double LP
Label: C 0176
Country: Europe
Price: $36.00
"This previously unreleased soundboard recording documents a complete January 1976 performance in Lyon, France.  With 8 songs spread over 4 sides, this includes "Citrus," "Red Hot Indians," "Dizzy Dizzy," "Chain Reaction," "One More Night," "Vernal Equinox," "More Spree," and "Vitamin C."  Good sound,  high-gloss gatefold sleeve, and some pretty darned stoned full color artwork." - C O176.
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Artist: CAN
Title: Burg Norvenich
Format: LP
Label: East/West
Country: Europe
Price: $24.00
"These July 1969 recordings comprise an alternate version of the bands debut studio album, "Monster Movie." The songs are the same ("Father Cannot Yell," "Mary Mary so Contrary," "Outside My Door," and "Yoo Doo Right"), but these mixes are significantly rawer and less produced. Packed in a clear vinyl sleeve with all the info on an obi, and pressed on splatter color vinyl in limited and numbered edition." - East/West.

Artist: CAN
Title: Ogam Ogat
Format: LP
Label: Knife
Country: Denmark
Price: $20.00
"Recorded in 1971 at Inner Space Studios during the "Tago Mago" sessions, this consists of only one long, 35-minute track, "Auf der Einbahnstrasse," divided into 2 parts on sides A and B. With Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit providing a more than slightly stoned tribal/funky rhythmic background and Irmin Schmidt dropping in and out on organ, Michael Karolis guitar squeals, howls and buzzes while Damo Suzuki flies above it all, a complete wildman on vocals." -Knife
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Artist: CAN
Title: Can (Inner Space)
Format: Picture Disc LP
Label: Lilith
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $24.00
"2014 release. 1979s, Can (aka Inner Space), the bands last proper album, was less experimental than its previous releases, with Michael Karoli doing more straightforward vocals and guitar. Having spent the previous decade taking elements of the classical avant-garde (i.e. Karlheinz Stockhausen) and underground rock (i.e Velvet Underground) to create a kind of genreless "new music"--and influencing countless bands in the process--Can had reached the natural end of its journey. Although founding members Irmin Schmidt (keyboards) andJaki Liebezeit (drums) can still be heard, Rebop Kwaku Baah and Rosko Gee of Traffic fame have been added to the mix, with former bassist Holger Czukay doing the editing.” - Lilith.

Artist: CAN
Title: Out Of Reach
Format: LP + CD
Label: Lilith
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $29.00
"Originally released in 1978, Out Of Reach was one of Cans last albums before their official disbandment in 1979. Here, original bass player Holger Czukay is replaced by a much more funky Rosko Gee (of Traffic fame) -- who plays a prominent role in shaping the sound of this album, writing and singing on a number of the albums tracks -- while drumming duties are shared between Jaki Liebezeit and Reebop Kwaku Baah (also from Traffic), making this one of Cans more groove-heavy releases. 180 gram HQ vinyl featuring a bonus CD of the album." -Lilith

Artist: CAN
Title: Out of Reach
Format: Picture Disc LP
Label: Lilith
Country: Russian Federation
Price: $24.00
“2014 release. Originally released in 1978, Out of Reach was one of Cans last albums before their official disbandment in 1979. Here original bass player Holger Czukay is replaced by a much more funky Rosko Gee (of Traffic Fame)--who plays a prominent role in shaping the sound of this album, writing and singing on a number of the albums tracks--while drumming duties are shared between Jaki Liebezeit and Reebop Kwaku Baah (also fromTraffic), making this one of Cans more groove-heavy releases.” - Lilith.

Artist: CAN
Title: Can You
Format: LP
Label: No Label
Country: Europe
Price: $20.00
"This collection of excellent quality alternates, outtakes and other studio rarities from the late 70s includes "All Gates Open," "Safe," "Sunday Jam," "Sodom," "A Spectacle," "Ping Pong," "ESF No. 99: Can Can," and "Paupers Daughter and I." The wild, full color psychedelic artwork comes on a high gloss sleeve."

Artist: CAN
Title: Rohstoff: The Essential Lost Tapes 1968-76
Format: Double LP
Label: No Label
Country: Europe
Price: $36.00
"A collection of previously unissued studio outtakes, 3 of them quite long, this includes "Millionenspiel" (1969), "Dead Pigeon Suite" (1972), "Oscura Primavera" (1968), "EFS 108" (1976), "A Swan is Born" (1972), "Midnight Sky" (1968), "Bubble Rap" (1972), "Graublau" (1969), "Midnight Men" (1975), "Abra-Cada-Braxas" (1973), and "Private Nocturnal" (1975), plus a nearly 17-minute live "Spoon" (1972) and a live "One More SaturdayNight"(1973)."
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Artist: CAN
Title: Delay - 1968
Format: LP
Label: Spoon
Country: Germany
Price: $19.00
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Artist: CAN
Title: The Lost Tapes
Format: Triple CD
Label: Spoon/Mute
Country: UK
Price: $24.00
Triple CD 8-panel digipak release with a 24-page booklet. Same content as the previous version, but now in superior, more manageable packaging; this edition replaces the now out-of-print box version. "Spoon Records and Mute are delighted to announce the release of Can -- The Lost Tapes, the long awaited box set of unreleased studio, soundtrack and live material. The Lost Tapes was curated by Irmin Schmidt and Daniel Miller, compiled by Irmin Schmidt and Jono Podmore, and edited by Jono Podmore. When the legendary Can studio in Weilerswist was sold to the German Rock N Pop Museum, they bought everything, including the army mattresses that covered the walls for sound protection, and relocated it to Gronau. Whilst dismantling the studio, master tapes were found and stored in the Spoon archive. With barely legible labeling, no one was sure what was on these until Irmin Schmidt and long time collaborator Jono Podmore started to go through over 30 hours of music. What they found was years of archived material, not outtakes, but rather tracks which had been shelved for a variety of reasons. This set includes material never released anywhere. includes 24-page booklet with sleeve notes from Irmin Schmidt and Ian Harrison." -Spoon/Mute.


Artist: CAN
Title: Prehistoric Future
Format: LP
Label: Tago Mago
Country: Europe
Price: $19.00
"The first-ever recording session in 1968 by one of Germanys most influential bands.  This very noisy and experimental album was first out in the mid-"80s as a cassette-only release, then finally on vinyl LP in 2001.  Out of print for nearly 5 years, now available again!" - Tago Mago
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