Can ‎– Tago Mago

Spoon Records ‎– spoon CD 006/7
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1 Paperhouse 7:29
2 Mushroom 4:08
3 Oh Yeah 7:22
4 Halleluhwah 18:32
5 Aumgn 17:22
6 Peking O 11:35
7 Bring Me Coffee Or Tea 6:47

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Date identified from inside front cover of booklet, which has a catalog announcing "First release scheduled for 1995" and listing a 1994 issue.

Recorded at Inner Space Studio 1971
Made in Austria
[on rear cover]

℗ + ©: Spoon 1971
[on CD]

Spoon - Records U.K. Ltd.
Licensed and marketed except Germany & France: ['Mute' logo] Mute - Records
Distribution for Germany: Edel - Contraire
Distribution for France: ['WMD' logo] Wotre - Music
[in booklet]

Alternate title: 'Tago-Mago' as seen on front cover.
Packaging: standard jewel case with 8 page booklet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 015887 000063
  • Barcode (on sticker): 7 2459-87006-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout (mirrored): SPOONCD-006-7 23 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 7395

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UAS 29 211/12 X Can Tago Mago(2xLP, Album, Gat) United Artists Records UAS 29 211/12 X Germany 1971 Sell This Version
Spoon 006/7 Can Tago Mago(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Gat) Spoon Records (2) Spoon 006/7 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
spoon CD 006/7 Can Tago Mago(CD, Album, RE) Spoon Records spoon CD 006/7 Germany 1989 Sell This Version
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January 26, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

Just gonna chime in and say this album is indeed ridiculous. All the songs have this hazy, drugged-out, mystical quality to them that I don't think anyone else (including Can themselves) has ever successfully replicated. Friends of mine who dig 70s jammy rock even like the more "normal" tracks on here. In terms of style, it's all over the place, but even the "weird" parts (i.e. the tongue-in-cheek bad acid trip sounds of "Peking O") are still interesting, and the album is frequently mindblowing. One listen to "Oh Yeah" or "Halleluwah" and your brain will try to leap out of its skull. Awesome stuff.


May 26, 2003
a tue masterpiece - this even freaked me as a teen . "Paperhouse" is just wonderful and i do not understand that it wasn't sampled for some smash hit . i guess i will have to do it (lol) . "mushroom" is excellent as well . side 3's "Halleluwah" is 18 minutes of dancefloor-madnesss ,organs with distortions, synthies and heavy drum machines ( analog of course ) - when this was played in underground clubs in the early seventies the dancefloor went bananas and you couldn't get me off it , no matter what . "Peking O" is just that = too much : sounds like a drug-overload . i never understood this tune . the japanese guy complaining couple minutes before the "music" starts . man this is deep , deeper it won't get . CAN's masterpiece- Mark E. Smith's fave ? Why not - The FALL are indeed an outstanding group - anyone know the SLATES 10" with "Leave The Capitol etc." on Rough Trade ? That is my favourite album from The Fall. but i do not know all 98LP's he released since then ;-)...