Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist SKU: 43216857
Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist SKU: 43216857

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Vertigo Days
Artist: Notwist
Label: Morr Music / M.M.
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 880918260440
Genre: Rock

Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. A Notwist concert is a Notwist concert is a Notwist concert. The band around the core trio of Cico Beck and the Acher brothers Markus and Micha usually takes it's studio recordings as a mere starting point for their live performances, considering them to be possibilities that need to be explored further. This is especially true for »Live from the Alien Research Center,« a live record made under unusual circumstances. The band members rearranged songs from their ambitious 2021 album »Vertigo Days« in their studio in Weilheim to record and film a special performance. The songs took on a new life, becoming more psychedelic and intense when rearranged into a spontaneous, Krautrock-esque collage.

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