Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
This is a true krautrock classic on the mighty Philips label.
The disc of this copy is simply amazing. We have never seen a better copy of the vinyl and plays without any distortion. The fragile blue Philips labels are like new with no spindle traces! The vinyl itself looks like new! We grade the vinyl Near Mint/ Mint-!
The sleeve is also in perfect condition. The laminate is perfect. The spine is perfect, the opening is perfect. It’s just like it came from the store yesterday. Incredible for a 50 year old record! We are simply blown away! The record is accompanied with it’s original correct dated inner sleeve. We grade the sleeve NM.+ More information
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Weed was a German krautrock band who released there only album in 1971. The tracks on the album are all recorded in March 1971 at the Windrose-Dumont Time Studio.
The music is typical heavy kraut with a lot of fuzz guitar. It is dark and heavy.
The artwork on the sleeve is very cool but also a bit funny and fits perfectly in the time it was made. We do not know who made the artwork, so if anybody knows, please let us know.
There is something special about Weed. We say it’s a rumour but we can’t confirm it… The band maybe has one well known member called Ken Hensley from Uriah Heep. Back in the days, Ken went to Germany to record this album with 5 German artists. Known names from those five are Ben Hohmann is a multi-instrumentalist and singer who also sang in Virus and Reinhold Spiegelfeld who also played in Virus.
But again, we can not confirm if it’s really Ken who is playing;).