Tago Mago (album) by Can
|Tago Mago Can Hybrid CD SACD Super Audio Remastered Damo Suzuki Holger Czukay
Condition: Like New
1h 11m 34s
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|Can - Tago Mago (Remastered) [Hybrid SACD] (2004)
Condition: Very Good
1d 40m 50s
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|Tago Mago - Can CD-JEWEL CASE
Condition: Brand New
1d 3h 16m 25s
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Tago Mago is ranked as the best album by Can.
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|1.||Paperhouse|| 90/100 (158 votes)|
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|2.||Mushroom|| 87/100 (157 votes)|
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|3.||Oh Yeah|| 89/100 (156 votes)|
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|4.||Halleluhwah|| 91/100 (182 votes)|
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|5.||Aumgn|| 82/100 (135 votes)|
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|6.||Peking O|| 80/100 (131 votes)|
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|7.||Bring Me Coffee Or Tea|| 85/100 (137 votes)|
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First time through the first half is insanely great. Gets a little tedious with the longer tracks. On second listen, didn't really hit me at all.
Words don't do this record justice. Drums and funky psych grooves do.
I listened to this album and the first one i didn't realize what exactly the bands wants from the person who should hear it.
So I found some rezessions about this album. And 1 of them told me to listen to the complete album. And the other one tolds me the second time you listen to this album it will not hurt your ears any more.
And that's it. It is a really impressive artwork of music. I like this album more and more after hearing it many times.
One of the most influence bands in germany. Great Work for eternity
Disc one: "Drums drums drums drums! Also, drummmms"
Disc two: "rhythm is just a figment of your imagination. You probably don't even exist"
To me, the other albums in my top 10 are wintery or autumnal sort of affairs, all leave-less trees and cold white light piercing through clouds. Tago Mago is my summer album, a zesty, glued together work of strange, bare funk played with both fruity precision and Velvets-esque freedom.
A mostly loose and jammy album by IMO the best group to have ever come out of Germany. It was far ahead of it's time when it was released with it's electronic experimentation. It's also got some of the grooviest music I've ever heard and is a goldmine for beatmakers.
Great and influential album. But it just goes on too long. Some of ideas are really cool and innovative but are then squeezed of all impact until there is nothing really left for the next five minutes or so. The first half is much, much better than the second half; but this is also one of those records where different people will like different aspects of the music and the entirety of the album isn't expected to be universally loved. I personally just think it starts off with some classic material but totally loses steam in the end.
This album is pure awesome. The more I listen, the more I love it.
Favoritas: Paperhouse, Oh Yeah, Bring Me Coffee Or Tea
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