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Limited edition orange vinyl double LP
Can's third studio album originally recorded in 1971
Album download included
Can's 1971 release, Tago Mago, is nothing less than a watershed moment in the world of early progressive rock. With the likes of King Crimson pushing performance boundaries into substantially more complex territory and Pink Floyd exploring the outer realms of space, it would be logically difficult to emerge as something truly unique during the rise of progressive rock in the early '70s. Ironically, Can made originality look effortless.
Can are making all of their studio albums available individually on vinyl, including Out Of Reach, which will be available officially for the first time since 1978 and for the first time ever on CD and digital. All the albums are remastered from the original tapes, are pressed on 180-gram vinyl and include digital copies.
|Paperhouse (2011 Remastered)|
|Mushroom (2011 Remastered)|
|Oh Yeah (2011 Remastered)|
|Halleluhwah (2011 Remastered)|
|Aumgn (2011 Remastered)|
|Peking O (2011 Remastered)|
|Bring Me Coffee Or Tea (2011 Remastered)|