Rarity Scale: Hyper Rare
Reserved. If interested, please contact us to ask for the current status.
What an album! Nosferatu is one of the most sought after krautrock albums from the golden era en we are very happy we are able to offer you a copy! A true kraut holy grail!!
The vinyl looks EX. It looks a bit less but it plays amazing!! The pressing quality of this “Vogue Schalplatten” disc is amazing! After testing the record with the greatest care on our player we can say the vinyl plays most of the time mint-. Some sight background here and there but further nothing serious. A love copy for the serious record collectors among us! To take the middle in visual grading (EX) and audio gradig (M-), we say the disc is EX+.
The super fragile gatefold sleeve has some wear but there is nothing serious. The edges of the sleeve has some minor wear. He spine is intact but you can see it’s a near 50 year old record. The opening looks very nice. The is some small sticker residue on the top right corner of the front sleeve. We grade the sleeve EX.+ More information
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Nosferatu is a one album 6-headed band from Germany. They released there obscure kraut album in 1970.
There songs are influenced by the British progressive rock scene from the same era. In the early days the band was fronted by singer and guitarist Michael Winzkowski (later active in Germand bands Orange Peel and Epsilon) and guitarist Christian Felke (later active as guitarist in Epsilon). The sound on the album is very heavy (as told) British influenced progressive rock.
As Tony Hendrik (producer) is saying about the sound: This is the big aggressive sound of today’.
This album became one of the most wanted records from the best period of German krautrock. This obscure heavy prog album rarely pops up nowadays and if they show up, most of the are fulle trashed because of the super fragile construction of the sleeve.
This is a lovely copy for the more serious record collector who feels it’s OK you can see that a record if 50 years old but is has to play near perfect.
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