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If anyone's looking for a book on Faust beyond what was written about them in Krautrocksampler, Krautrock: Cosmic Rock and Its Legacy and Future Days: Krautrock and the Building of Modern Germany, I'd recommend Faust: Stretch Out Time 1970-1975 by Andy Wilson. Obviously as you can tell from the title it deals with the first phase of Faust's career. Wilson does a good job of discussing each of the albums, Faust's significance within the music world at the time and in the present day and gets some interesting quotes from some of the band members. It's not the most scholarly thing in the world and Wilson admits to writing for the most part from the perspective of a big fan of the group, but he's not afraid to bring up what he feels are legitimate criticisms of the band. Worth picking up if you're interested in the early days of one of music's most creative and mysterious bands.
Ładna to jest muzyka bardzo, ale mój znajomy był na ich "koncercie" i tam trochę pograli muzyki, ale przede wszystkim rzucali w ludzi betonem a wokalista rozwalał jakiś namalowany na poczekaniu bohomaz i wołał "fak jor mader, fak jor fader", tak że dość słabe to było. Postmodernistyczne głupoty. Ale muza fajowa.
Holy shit Faust IV blew my head off and then came back for seconds. We've been going through the golden years of Krautrock on my Podcast, and if you want you can hear us discuss Faust IV over here: http://lastpodcastshow.com/2013/05/23/episode-94b-trouble-will-find-me-demo-tapes-krautrock-die-wunder-jahre-1970-1975-faust-faust-iv-1973/
@Ton87: in my issue the 4:28 track that starts as you said is "Giggy Smile" and the 3:41 following one (7th track) is called "Läuft... Heißt das Es Läuft Oder Es Kommt Bald... Läuft". But I believe some parts of the album miss in this file.