Noise rock from the long-haired and moustachioed: Reissue of the 1979 debut With their debut the world-famous "German-American Friendship" (DAF)(later a duo) created a musically pioneering work: Rober Görl, Wolfgang Spelmans, Kurt Dahlke (Pyrolator) and Michael Kemner, made perhaps the first noise rock album in the world - in 1979. Radical, brutal, instrumental. The true DAF connoisseur of course knows about the early phase of the Düsseldorf-Wuppertal band but most fans of the later world-famous duo will find their ears trembling when they are confronted with their debut: purely instrumental, unstructured noise rock, played by the long-haired and moustachioed! Hardly any band could make such a crass metamorphosis. "A product of German-American friendship" first appeared in 1979 on Warning Records (later Ata Tak). The reissue in digipak contains liner notes by Carsten Friedrich (Super Punk) plus rare photos and memorabilia. The LP is on 180 gram vinyl.
Related artists: GÖRL, ROBERT