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Can's Soundtracks remastered edition
A Can compilation album, originally released in 1970
Album download included
Soundtracks is a compilation album by the Krautrock group Can. It was first released in 1970 and consists of tracks written for various films. The album marks the departure of the band's original vocalist Malcolm Mooney, who sings on two tracks, to be replaced by new member Damo Suzuki. Stylistically, the record also documents the transition from the psychedelia-inspired jams of their first recordings (i.e., Monster Movie and Delay 1968) to the more meditative, electronic, and experimental mode of the studio albums that followed (such as Tago Mago and Ege Bamyasi).
The back cover of the album states: ""Can Soundtracks" is the second album of The Can but not album no. two. Album no. two (Tago Mago) will be released in the beginning of 1971.
"She Brings the Rain", originally appearing in the 1969 film Bottom - Ein großer, graublauer Vogel by Thomas Schamoni (brother to directors Ulrich Schamoni and Peter Schamoni), was later featured in Wim Wenders' 1994 film Lisbon Story, the 2000 Oskar Roehler film Die Unberührbare and Tran Anh Hung's film, "Norwegian Wood," released in 2010.
"Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone" features Damo Suzuki's first recorded performance with Can.
In March 2005, Q magazine placed "Mother Sky" at No. 48 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks.
Can are making all of their studio albums available individually on vinyl. All the albums are remastered from the original tapes, are pressed on 180-gram vinyl and include digital copies.
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