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Future Days (album) by Can

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Future Days
Future Days by Can (1973)
Overall rank: 443rd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 408 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1973 (11th)
Award Top albums of the 1970s (110th)
Award Top 500 albums of all time (443rd)

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Can bestography

Future Days is ranked 3rd best out of 22 albums by Can on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Can is Tago Mago which is ranked number 166 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 16,338.

Can album bestography « Higher ranked (358th) This album (443rd) Lower ranked (1,509th) »
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Members who like this album also like: Tago Mago by Can, Ege Bamyasi by Can and Marquee Moon by Television.

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Future Days track list

Overall chart historyOverall chart history The tracks on this album have an average rating of 86 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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1.Track pickFuture Days
 87/100 (104 votes)
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2.Spray
 83/100 (80 votes)
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3.Track pickMoonshake
 87/100 (90 votes)
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4.Track pickBel Air
 87/100 (92 votes)
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Future Days rankings

Future Days ratings

Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 408 votes)
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95/100
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91/100
 
90/100
04/03/2019 19:35
83/100
 
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87/100
 
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85/100
 
75/100
03/23/2019 10:23
68/100

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60/100
From Brad1770
My first CAN experience and it was an enjoyable one , title track "Future Days" is great as is "Bel Air" which takes up the entirety of side B . Absolutely blow's my mind this album was released in 1973 , so assured and mature beyond its 45 years ( gee I'm feeling old )

Definitely giving this one a tick & looking forward to next port of call in 1971's (!) 'Tago Mago'

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80/100
"Inability is often the mother of restriction, and restriction is the great mother of inventive performance" - Holger Czukay
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75/100
Not an everyday listen, but there's some genuinely interesting stuff here.
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From JulianR
This album to me feels very similar to Talk Talks acclaimed albums. Slower and more ethereal (in comparison to earlier can releases at least), and albums that I find generally dull, though I can totally see why others might love them. Future Days just lacks the primal feel of Tago Mago and Ege Bamayasi.
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100/100
Great album to relax or meditate to. Also great to dance or rock out to. Aaaaand to drive or bike to. It's just good.
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100/100
My absolute favorite Can album. Not as pretentious as Tago Margo and more expansive at sonic that any other Can album. Bel Air is my all time favorite Can song
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80/100
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My favourite Can album
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95/100
Their second best record. Krautrock + Ambient = Great sunny day album. Interesting, soft sound. No weak moments. Bel Air is the best band's song. I think Future Days should between 101st and 200th positions.
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75/100
More great atmospheric stuff from Can. Not quite as good as the brilliant, tago mago, and, ege bamyasi. Still, it is Can, so it's always worth a listen. Their third best album.
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85/100
While Tago Mago may be Can at its most experimental, Future Days is Can at its smoothest. While it may not have the type of moments that Tago Mago has, it doesn't have a single bad moment, a single misplaced not, a single incorrect choice in its entire length. Future Days and Bel Air are the best tracks, but Moonshake and Spray are nothing to ignore. Can doesn't get much better than this.
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