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Zippo Zetterlink-In the Poor Sun

Zippo Zetterlink-In the Poor Sun

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Hard to find Krautrock gem that laid hidden under the detritus for far too long.  Typically, archeological digs of this sort turn up petrified shit, yet those fossil feces always seem to get a reissue and a buncha hype.  I cannot even list how many “lost classics” are just garbage that settled on the bottom and should have been left there. Just because it’s old doesn’t mean it’s good.  It just means that it’s better than the crap that currently exists.  When looking at that “long lost” ratio it’s obviously that you’re looking at something akin to a batting average of a hitter with two broken wrists.  Good think this album is actually worth the effort.  Zooed out heavy vibes that seem to seep out of a dank Hamburg cellar.  Naturlich, this was self-released effort.

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The album code is : ODI2164132

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