Suchtmaschine | Kra!

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Kra!

by Suchtmaschine

Three young guys found each other to create a dynamic sound vision of modern rock music. Influences from the psychedelic veterans of the 70s combined with a futuristic atmosphere and post-rock influences of the new century.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Ich sähe ein Schlachtfeld
9:15 $0.99
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2. Kumasi
8:48 $0.99
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3. ...
0:55 $0.99
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4. Kräuterboy, Ahoy!
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Album Notes
Three young German students of popular music and media found each other to create a dynamic sound vision of modern rock music. They've been tired of all the pop-commercial borders and conventions. Together with some friends they recorded their first CD "Kra!" during July 2007.

Influences from the Psychedelic veterans of the 70s combined with a futuristic atmosphere and Post-Rock influences of the new century, "Suchtmaschine" found its place in a musical world called "Kra!"

Suchtmaschine are:
Tobias Vogel (Guitar)
Johannes Bert (Guitar)
Sebastian Sperl (Drums)
with:
Carsten Mentzel (Bass/Roland Synth/Rhodes)
Florian Waibel (Violine)
Prof. Eckhard Wiemann (Piano)
Moritz Scherberich (Saxophone)

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Stäni Steinbock

Battle of the Kras?
This sounds very nice and psychedelic (this review is based on the 30s clips on the CDBaby page)! Indeed quite different from the Japanese Kra and even from the Finnish band Kra which I represent. Wish somebody could arrange a Kra festival for all three bands (or maybe there even are more of us?).
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