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BröselmaschineBröselmaschine

Genre:Rock
Style:Folk Rock
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Tracklist

Gedanken4:50
Lassie5:00
Gitarrenstück2:00
The Old Man's Song5:25
Schmetterling9:30
Nossa Bova7:50

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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1971, VinylBröselmaschine
LP, Album, Stereo
Pilz (2) – 20 21100-2Germany1971Germany1971
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1981, VinylBröselmaschine
LP, Album, Reissue
Pilz (2) – 20 21100-2, Pop Import – 20 21100-2Germany1981Germany1981
New Submission
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1994, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Digipack
Spalax Music – CD 14882France1994France1994
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1994, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Digipack, kdg France
Spalax Music – CD 14882France1994France1994
New Submission
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1999, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Ohr – OHR 70007-2, Pilz (2) – OHR 70007-2, Ohr Today – OHR 70007-2, Die Kosmischen Kuriere – OHR 70007-2
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Germany1999Germany1999
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1999, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Ohr – OHR 70007-2, Pilz (2) – OHR 70007-2, Ohr Today – OHR 70007-2, Die Kosmischen Kuriere – OHR 70007-2
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Germany1999Germany1999
New Submission
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 1999, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Ohr – OHR 70007-2, Pilz (2) – OHR 70007-2, Ohr Today – OHR 70007-2, Die Kosmischen Kuriere – OHR 70007-2
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Germany1999Germany1999
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2007, VinylBröselmaschine
LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
Wah Wah Records – LPS036Spain2007Spain2007
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2007, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue
Akarma – AD 533Italy2007Italy2007
New Submission
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2008-10-24, VinylBröselmaschine
LP, Album, Reissue
Gatefold
Ohr – OHR 70007-1, Pilz (2) – 20 21 100-2, Ohr Today – OHR 70007-1, Die Kosmischen Kuriere – OHR 70007-1
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Germany2008Germany2008
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2013-06-25, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Paper Sleeve, SHM-CD
Belle Antique – BELLE 132103, Pilz (2) – BELLE 132103Japan2013Japan2013
New Submission
Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2021-08-06, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Pilz (2) – 20 21100-2Germany2021Germany2021
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Cover of Bröselmaschine, 2021-12-20, CDBröselmaschine
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Marquee – MAR 213597, Pilz (2) – 20 21100-2Japan2021Japan2021
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Reviews

  • ceranova's avatar
    ceranova
    Avoid the wah wah reissues. Ovbiously they come from digital sources
    • JorgAusfelt's avatar
      JorgAusfelt
      Edited one year ago
      No, not every German band 1969-75 were playing Kraut Rock. For 45 years I've seen everything and anything from Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, via Birth Control and Jane, to Grobschnitt, Neuschwanstein and Hoelderlin being called just that. But Bröselmaschine never had any Kraut elements whatsoever. They were simply - as it says on their Profile here at Disocgs - a "German folk band from Duisburg". Simple as that. They sound(ed) just like any US or UK folk rock/pop and/or or acid folk around this album was released 50 years ago.

      Once, circa 1970, a British reporter reviewed some German album or single and called it krautrock in a most demeaning way. For decades, only Brits could make pop, and only Brits could play football ("soccer") according themselves. But sometime when Faust adopted the moniker, and recorded the song 'Krautrock' on their iconic 1973 Faust - Faust IV album, most bands became proud to call themselves Kraut rockers. By then, both they and Amon Düül II had played live in London...

      Even self-proclaimed Kraut expert Julian Cope himself has regrets on his bestselling, idiotic book (I refuse to even mention its name here...may it rest in peace). German musicians and other people in the music business who actually knew German (Kraut) Rock history laughed at it at best, and got straight out pi**ed off at worst (like Schulze's manager Klaus D. Müller). Nowadays, Juilian's just an "expert" on Detroit Rock, The Canterbury Scene and Tiny Tim...btw, this album is great! And Bröselmaschine are still active, ab und zu.

      Jörg, Schweden
      • eric.plessy6's avatar
        eric.plessy6
        Didn't what kind of music I was about to listen when I first played the record. That's very good! Go for it, it's a must have.
        • Casual_Vinyl's avatar
          Casual_Vinyl
          This Reissue sounds really good, and isn't impossible to find.