Peking O (track) by Can
Peking O appears on the following album(s) by Can:
- Tago Mago (track #6) (this album) (1971)
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This track is rated in the top 13% of all tracks on BestEverAlbums.com. This track has a Bayesian average rating of 78.7/100, a mean average of 77.5/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 78.8/100. The standard deviation for this track is 18.4.
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So sad that this is the lowest rated track on the album.
In a sense, I get it, it’s perhaps the apex of this record’s foreboding ridiculousness. However, I think by this point in the album, Can has earned the right to do whatever they want. It’s what they were building to from the start. It makes the closing track to follow that much more poignant in its contrasting style.
On top of that, the extremes they do go to on Peking O we’re so madly ahead of their time. I hear this song as a bit of a path to the future.
This is an outrageously fun piece of music
How is this enjoyable for anyone
A very fun experimental track. I actually enjoy it more than Aumgn, and Bring me a Coffee or Tea (which are both great songs btw)
*rapid drum machine*
I mean, it is unique...
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This is so fucking weird
i love it
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That's pretty much how it sounded at its worst!
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