| After a 16-year break, Germany’s prototypical kraut-rock band reincarnated in the 1990s. And even after all these years, their music has never been better described than by Lester Bangs: “A crazy Gothic, Germanic, teenage, horror-film-fan refraction of the very early, dark, psychedelic, fuzz tone, feedback-mode, music mode.”
Between hippie dreams and techno raves, the Düüls toss their experience onto the scale, along with a pound or two of the best dance grooves.
This builds a bridge between Kraut Rock of the Sixties-Seventies, the Ethno Pop of the Eighties and the Techno of the Nineties.
AMON DÜÜL 2