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LP released: Nov 05, 2021

Tracklisting:
Side A - Light And Darkness
1. Light: Look At Your Sun (6:20)
2. Darkness: Flowers Must Die (12:20)
Side B - Schwingungen
1. Schwingungen (19:00)
ASH RA TEMPEL
SCHWINGUNGEN (VINYL)
Label: MG.ART
Cat No: MGART612
Barcode: 4260017596125
Packaging: LP

50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION IN GATEFOLD SLEEVE WITH INLAY

We proudly announce the authorised 50th Anniversary Edition 2021 of the 1972 Original release , one of the most important German Krautrock albums in a 2021 Re-Cut carefully overseen by Manuel Gottsching himself.

As for the info we refer to Julian Cope's review in his 'Krautrocksampler' Book, Publisher : Head Heritage (1 Oct. 1995) :
"Beware of Schwingungen!" That should be the large sticker on the front of all copies of this record. For it is dangerous to be casually
introduced to something that is life-changing, as I found out to my cost when first listening to this record.
It all starts fairly simply and without any cause for alarm - "Look at Your Sun" begins with a Doorsy lone groover guitar begins a pedestrian
blues, beautiful. Then the most crushed voice, a cross between Johnny Rotten and Tiny Tim, preaches its way into the proceeds.
God, it is beautiful - John L. repeats over and over, "We are all one, we are all one", until a howling fuzztone solo guitar blows the whole one chord "Signed D.C." ringing-cymbals torture to an end.
And then the most far out track of all begins. This is called "Flower Must Die" and it is a free-rock giant that transcends everything else in its field (there are no contenders.) As I've written before, PIL sounds like this. John L. was John Lydon in a previous incarnation.
After a slow weird build, a frantic streamlined one-chord mantra kicks in and it's like the Stooges' Funhouse period but in a Righteous Vision Zone that fucks them right off. Phasing tears at the whole tracks as this Holy Racket crosses into Hyper-space and everything gets all hyphenated just-for-the-sake-of-it. 'Flowers Must Die', man, it's fucked up.

Over on Side 2, the title-track ('Vibrations') begins poetically enough with Wolfgang Muller's epic and hugely reverbed vibraphone. Organ fades in and FX guitars, and time passes by. Finally, tom-toms roll and the developing pace is built upon until that great eternal chord sequence finally materialises - this is the one that Gottsching and Enke believed was the sound of heaven.
They may have been right. And Schwingungen was a gift from the Gods."