Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
A superior krautrock album on the magical “Pilz” label!
We can be very short about the disc;). It’s perfect. It plays without any distortion! Great pressing. Maybe a minimal crackle here and there but that’s is. Clean and lovely audio! The labels are perfect with only some minimal sticker residue on the B-side label and one V-mark. Because of the B-side label, we grade the disc EX+.
The fully laminated gatefold sleeve is in lovely EX+ condition. There are some minor creases near the spine. The opening of the sleeve looks great with minimal wear. The spine is perfect and fully readable. Looks like new! The inside of the gatefold is perfect. We haven’t seen any issues.
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McChurch Soundroom is a Swiss krautrock band formed in Basel Switzerland near the German border. The band was fronted by the Italian-Swiss multi-instrumentalist Sandy Chiesa. All together the band consisted 5 members. Heiner Althaus (guitar), Alan Veltin (organ, piano, vocals), Noby Jud (drums, percussion), Kurt Hafen (bass) and Sandy Chiesa (vocals, flute and acoustic guitar).
The band released only one album called “Delusion”. The music is heavy krautrock with jazz, fusion, progressive and psychedelic elements. The songs are well arranged and the musicianship is absolutely amazing!! For us this is one of the best kraut albums from the era.