Cos (3) ‎– Postaeolian Train Robbery

IBC ‎– 4C054-97146
Vinyl, LP, Reissue

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A1 Postaeolian Train Robbery
Voice [Introduction] – Adrian Stoop
A2 Cocalnut 7:20
A3 Amafam 8:24
B1 Karbok
B2 Populi 3:30
B3 Halucal 3:50
B4 Coloc 9:47

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Recorded at the Start Studios, Brussels, August 1974.
Made in Belgium

1974 Rare reissue with Black & White cover.
Half laminated single cover.

Extra credit added on back cover: Management's name & address.

Matrix numbers: PRS 8000 A/PRS 8000 B
(same with 1st issue from Plus records. probably same stamper used)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): PRS 8000 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): PRS 8000 B
  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PRS 8000 Cos (3) Postaeolian Train Robbery(LP, Gat) Plus Records (3) PRS 8000 Belgium 1974 Sell This Version
FGBG 4028.AR Cos (3) Postaeolian Train Robbery(CD, Album, RP) Musea FGBG 4028.AR France Unknown Sell This Version
4C054-97146 Cos (3) Postaeolian Train Robbery(LP, RE, Col) IBC 4C054-97146 Belgium 1974 Sell This Version
LPS145, LPS098 Cos (3) Postaeolian Train Robbery(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Wah Wah Records, Wah Wah Records LPS145, LPS098 Spain 2014 Sell This Version
BELLE 101700 Cos (3) Postaeolian Train Robbery(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Belle Antique BELLE 101700 Japan 2010 Sell This Version


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November 19, 2017
"Halucal" was sampled by Caribou on his song "Leave House"


May 10, 2014
Hugely in-demand and rare as a Forlan goal. Sought after by prog collectors, pysch heads, HipHop beatmakers, jazz freaks and anybody else who likes left-field brilliant jazzy prog. Again leaning towards that Placebo-meets-fusion angle, this is a treat for the sampler, the dancer or the listener. First up is the dope title track with it’s Placebo vibe, dope beat, bassline flutes – can’t get much better than this. Then you’ve got ‘Cocalnut’ and ‘Amafam’ which are crazy jazz/prog fusion with scat vocals and excellent musicianship. Turn it over and there’s the fantastic ‘Karbok’ which I can’t stop caning on my minidisk! What a tune, back on that Placebo / Nucleus vibe, tough beats and great fuzz guitar licks, sounds really familiar like it’s been sampled or used on a mix, but I don’t know. Amazing anyway. Then there’s ‘Populi’, ‘Halucal’ and ;Coloc’, offering more of that grooving prog/psych/jazz vibe. Absolutely top stuff. Highly, highly recommended and really hard to find.
With: Pascale Son - vocals, oboe / Daniel Schell -guitar, flute, devices / Charles Loos -keyboards /Alain Goutier -bass / Bob Dartsch -drums.