domingo, 29 de marzo de 2009

Faust IV

Faust IV is a 1974 album by the pioneering German krautrock group Faust. Opener "Krautrock" is a drone-based instrumental where the drums kick in only after seven minutes, whilst later tracks such as "The Sad Skinhead" and "Jennifer" employ more conventional songwriting techniques.
In "It's a Bit of a Pain" the band samples a sound clip, starting at 1:38, with a Swedish speaking woman saying "The simple truth is that some men are hairy and some are not. Some women have lots of hair and others don't. Different races have different patterns of distribution of hair on their bodies. The most sexually active specimen of all human creatures, the young negro male, have almost no body hair at all."(..???!!!).

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