Design – Amon Düül II. Drums – Holger Trülzsch. Drums, Cymbal – Dieter Serfas.
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Phallus Dei (Latin: God's Phallus) is the debut album by German band Amon Düül II. The album was the result of the Amon Düül commune in Munich splitting. The album features layered guitars, abstract percussion, and chant-like vocals. It is often cited (alongside Can's Monster Movie) as the original Krautrock album. It was first issued on CD in 1988 by the Mantra label.
Album Phallus Dei. Phallus Dei Lyrics. Akabara now ? Seraphine cries how Minotaurus ran They broke the magic stick Over his daughter's heir. Akabara now ? Seraphine cries how Minotaurus ran. More on Genius. Phallus Dei" Track Info.
Amon Düül II (or Amon Düül 2) is a German rock band . Krautrock disco gem, from the 1979 album "Only Human" youtube. 30 April 2012 ·. Amon Düül II - 1968 - Between the Eyes. Amon Düül II. · 30 April 2012 ·. Live! AMON DUUL II - Phallus Dei (1968). Excerpt from an experimental film directed by Rüdiger Nüchtern.
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PHALLUS DEI was AMON DUUL 2 first album, coming out in the musically burgeonning year of 1969 and remains a landmark not only in the AD2 catalog, not only in the Krautworld but is simply a must have to any decent prog collection. Beside its musical brillance, it was also an album that opened the doors to a new genre, inspiring plenty of new bands to produce music in Germany and outside of Germany.
Phallus Dei, on the other hand, was essentially a studio recreation of the band's live set, slightly doctored with special effects and overbuds during the final stage. In 1969, this set of jams must have sounded as wild as the album title, which hardly requires translation.
|2||Dem Guten, Schönen, Wahren||6:12|
|6||Freak Out Requiem I||4:02|
|7||Freak Out Requiem II||3:47|
|8||Freak Out Requiem III||0:42|
|9||Freak Out Requiem IV||7:49|
|10||Cymbals In The End||0:31|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Liberty Records
- Copyright (c) – Repertoire Records
- Remastered At – Eroc's Mastering Ranch
- Licensed From – Amon Düül II
- Published By – Domicile Musikverlag Ernst Knauff
- Bass – Dave Anderson
- Bongos, Vocals, Violin – Shrat
- Composed By, Arranged By, Lyrics By – Amon Düül II
- Design [Original Cover Design] – Amon Düül II
- Drums – Peter Leopold
- Drums [Turkish] – Holger Trülzsch
- Drums, Cymbal [Electric] – Dieter Serfas
- Guitar, Bass [12-string] – John Weinzierl
- Liner Notes – Matthias Mineur
- Organ – Falk Rogner*
- Photography By [Additional] – Falk Rogner*
- Photography By [Original] – Amon Düül II, Gerd Stein
- Producer – Olaf Kübler
- Remastered By [Restored] – Eroc
- Vibraphone – Christian Borchard*
- Violin, Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Soprano Saxophone, Vocals – Chris Karrer
- Vocals, Tambourine – Renate Knaup
NotesTracks 1-5 originally released in 1969.
Tracks 6-10 previously unreleased.
℗ 1969 Liberty Records
© 2001 Repertoire Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 009910 487228
- Barcode (String): 4009910487228
- Matrix / Runout: A0100388565-0101 25 A2
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K4
- Label Code: LC 08065
- Rights Society: AUME BIEM
|LBS 83 279 I||Amon Düül II||Phallus Dei (LP, Album)||Liberty||LBS 83 279 I||Germany||1969|
|6.24 442 AP, 6.24 442||Amon Düül II||Phallus Dei (LP, Album, RE)||Strand, Strand||6.24 442 AP, 6.24 442||Germany||1980|
|GRR 83 807||Amon Düül II||Phallus Dei (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Gammarock Records||GRR 83 807||Germany||2000|
|REV 050||Amon Düül II||Phallus Dei (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Revisited Rec.||REV 050||Germany||2006|
|LLP-80640||Amon Düül II||Phallus Dei (LP, Album)||Liberty||LLP-80640||Japan||Unknown|