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Galactic Explorers

Galactic Explorers

Galactic Explorers


German prog/electronic band. Released an album of proto-ambience in 1972. Synthesizer [Minimoog], Organ [Hammond] - Johannes Lutz Synthesizer, Guitar, Electronics - Holst Seisert Synthesizer, Percussion, Organ [Electric] - Reinhard Karwatsky Actually this is bogus kraut. "The album is not listed in any kraut rock discographical guide, because it is NOT a krautrock recording but a hoax adout an hypothetical label "Pyramid". The session had been recorded during the early 90ies by people connected with the group SUNDIAL and the Acme label. Read more on Last.fm
German prog/electronic band. Released an album of proto-ambience in 1972. Synthesizer [Minimoog], Organ [Hammond] - Johannes Lutz Synthesizer, Guitar, Electronics - Holst Seisert Synthesizer, Percussion, Organ [Electric] - Reinhard Karwatsky Actually this is bogus kraut. "The album is not listed in any kraut rock discographical guide, because it is NOT a krautrock recording but a hoax adout an hypothetical label "Pyramid". The session had been recorded during the early 90ies by people connected with the group SUNDIAL and the Acme label. All 6 of the Psi-Fi albums are pseudo-kraut albums and are to be considered as 1996 releases by UK musicians (probably the same involved with the Prescription series).

I assume all responsibility of the above given info, as I happen to be a kraut rock collector since the mid-70ies owing almost everything from there and I 've never seen or heard about a copy of the abovementioned albums (and I have seen monster obscurities), nor did any German dealer/collector I know. I can go on commenting on the non-existence of these albums for pages, however I leave it up to you to decide whether they are true 70ies releases or a hoax to cash on the early 90ies krautrock revival. Musically speaking though, some of them are great albums, with the NAZGUL (which had an ultra-obscure second 10' vinyl UK release a couple of years later) leading the lot." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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