Magma (6) - Köhntarkösz (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The CD sits better musically that the vinyl LP, Kohntarkosz parts 1 & 11 follow each other, rather than being the first track on either side of the vinyl LP. At 40 minutes ish long it is short by modern day CD standards, but the issue is merely the original release with the tracks in a better order as explained above/5(17).
  2. "Rïah Sahïltaahk" (from 1, Degrees Centigrade), "Theusz Hamtaahk" (from Retrospektiw, Vols. ), "Wurdah Ïtah" (from the Tristan et Iseult soundtrack), and "Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh" and "Köhntarkösz" (from both the studio album by that title and the Magma Live set) are represented by three to five excerpts each, some as short.
  3. Nov 21,  · Magma's fourth LP Tracklist 1 Köhntarkösz (Part One) 2 Ork Alarm 3 Köhntarkösz (Part Two) 4 Coltrane Sündïa I do NOT own copyright - posted under fair usage I .
  4. Köhntarkösz is a music studio album recording by MAGMA (Zeuhl/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(44).
  5. Ëmëhntëhtt Ré, Magma's tenth studio album, was originally released in , though some of its material had been played live since The album is the third chapter of Magma's Köhntarkösz trilogy, which also includes Köhntarkösz Anteria and Köhntarkösz. Housed in a gatefold sleeve. gram super fidelity vinyl; includes a digital.
  6. Köhntarkösz is an album released by French progressive rock band Magma in The title piece of the album forms a section of the Köhntarkösz cycle.
  7. Köhntarkösz () Live/Hhaï () Üdü Wüdü: Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Live/Hhaï (also known as Magma Live, Live Köhntark, and Hhaï Live) is the first live album and fifth album in total by French progressive rock group stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo was recorded in Paris between the 1st and 5 June at the Taverne de l'Olympia, and was first released in

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