It's A Bit Of A Pain. Producer – Uwe Nettelbeck. Hans Joachim Irmler (Faust's organ player) restored and remastered the original sound recordings. Versions now differ slightly from the originals. The 7" single comes in conjunction with the two documentary films "Klangbad: Avant-garde in the Meadows" (pl-18) and "Faust: Live at Klangbad Festival" (pl-19). Reply Notify me Helpful.
Faust So Far is a 1972 album by German krautrock group Faust. This, the band's second studio album, has a more commercially typical structure than its predecessor; it comprises nine separate tracks, each consisting of an individual and distinct musical style or theme.
Album Faust IV. It's a Bit of a Pain Lyrics. It's a bit of a pain To be where I am It's a bit of a pain To be what I am. But it's all right with But it's all right with But it's all right with me. Who is satisfied?
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On So Far (1972), Faust proceed from the spartan velvet stomp of Rainy Day through the wistful folk-rock embroidery of On The Way To Abamae to the highly frictional funk of No Harm, spitting out sparks like a rogue trash-compactor. So Far itself is a lush labyrinth of tangled tendrils, like Miles Davis jamming with the Velvet Underground while Tim Buckley handles the backing vocals. Actually, it's more like the wake of a small jet whose engine roar is panned out all over your speakers. In the jet's cockpit, we have All You Need is Love and Satisfaction blaring, if only to remind you that Faust were at one time human and listening to your music. Meadow Meal follows, and though the intensity has died down a bit, Faust still resides in the hall of mirrors.
Related tracks or albums: DJ Faust, Shortee & Craze - Fathomless. Alexander Moissi - Monolog Aus "Faust". Faust - you know faUSt. Faust - Extracts From Faust Party 3.
It's not the kind of algorithm that bears any scrutiny; yet, 30 years later, the music remains. And given the state of the boys in der Gruppe, that alone makes it worthy of reissue. After spending several months in 1970-71 lazing, smoking, and existing rather superfluously (on Virgin Records' dime, of course), Faust moved their commune to Wümme in western Germany and decided to get serious. By serious, I mean they decided to put to tape the sugarplum visions in their heads. By sugarplum visions, I mean the acid-damaged prototypes of the New Solution for Music. And that ends the program as Faust planned it: a total of about 18 minutes of music before running out of steam and/or money. What to do, then, but jam out the mother of all documented freak-outs. Miss Fortune" is probably not Faust's greatest legacy, but it is a testament to some fairly unadulterated haze-charisma.
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