180 Gram Vinyl Record
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Can's Out Of Reach remastered edition on 180-gram vinyl
Can's rarest album, originally released in 1978
Album download included
"All but unknown to most but the most hardcore Can fanatics, 1978's Out of Reach is one of the group's rarest albums. This is due in large part to the fact that bassist Holger Czukay left the band before the recording sessions, and drummer Jaki Liebezeit has a greatly reduced role, leaving most of the rhythm duties to percussionist-come-lately Reebop Kwaku Baah.
"However, it's not an album to be dismissed outright. As on the group's proper swan song, 1977's Saw Delight, new bassist Rosko Gee largely leads the group, and his jazz-inflected playing is marvelous, especially on the centerpiece improvisations 'November' and 'Serpentine.'" — AllMusic
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.
|2. Pauper’s Daughter And I|
|4. Seven Days Awake|
|5. Give Me No “Roses”|
|6. Like INOBE GOD|
|7. One More Day|