Werwolf (3) ‎– Creation

The Laser's Edge ‎– LE 1013
CD, Album, Reissue

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1 Höhenflug = Flying High
Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Luis Lopez (6)
2 Die Reise Ins Land Der Flugschweine = The Journey To The Land Of The Flying Pigs
3 Way To Paradise
Soloist, Organ – Jürgen GöcklerVocals, Rhythm Guitar – Luis Lopez (6)
4 Daydream
5 The Game Is Over
6 Der Achte Tag = The Eighth Day

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Originally released privately on LP in 1984.

© 1984 Gerd Heuel
℗ 1992 The Laser's Edge

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
F 667.943 Werwolf (3) Creation(LP, Album) Not On Label F 667.943 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
LHC161 Werwolf (3) Creation(LP, Album, RE) Long Hair LHC161 Germany 2016 Sell This Version
BRRCD013 Werwolf (3) Creation(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Black Rills Records (2) BRRCD013 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
AS LP 016/017 Werwolf (3) Creation(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat) Amber Soundroom AS LP 016/017 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
BRRCD013 Werwolf (3) Creation(CD, Album, RE) Black Rills Records BRRCD013 Switzerland 2004 Sell This Version


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December 4, 2016
WERWOLF - CREATION (Laser's Edge LE 1013) CD 41m
It's intriguing to note that, whilst in most countries progressive rock had been killed off by the record companies in the early 80's, in Germany there seemed to be a continual growth of new bands exploring many varieties of progressive rock from folk to symphonic. Ably Werwolf sought to cut across the whole spectrum with a complex and refined brand of rock music. To give a pointer to the Werwolf sound, it may be of interest that this album was recorded at Eden's studio, and is along similar lines, with lengthy complex suites featuring multi-guitars, keyboards, mostly on a relaxed level and typically Teutonic. The main differences with Werwolf and Eden however are in the vocals, Werwolf have only one vocalist and she sings in English with a kind of folky styling. It does surprise me however, that Werwolf's CREATION has gained the accolade of being a classic, as it does have weak moments and is at times a mite wordy. File under "enjoyable but not essential".
review by Alan Freeman in Audion magazine #25 (June 1993)