Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
What an album. Sperrmüll is one of our favourite krautrock bands!
The disc of this very copy is simply amazing. Both sides play flawless. No distortions like pops or ticks. Only the slightest background at the very beginning (pressing). The labels are also lovely without many spindle traces which prooves this disc has not seen many turntables in its life. We grade the disc NM.
The sleeve is lovely. It is a laminated gatefold sleeve. Discolouring is something you see a lot with this record. This one is super clean and still has its bright colours. The top of the sleeve have a few very tiny damages but nothing serious at all. The spine is near perfect and fully readable. The opening is nice too.
The inside of the gatefold is near perfect. Amazing for a 50 year old record. Overall we grade the sleeve EX+.
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Spermüll is a one album band released their album on March 7th 1973. It was recorded at Tonstudio Dierks in Stommeln, Germany.
Originating from various beat bands in the Aachen area of Germany, Sperrmüll were formed in early 1971 as the trio of: Harald Kaiser, Reinhold Breuer and Udo Hager, expanding to a quintet with the addition of keyboards.
The band wasn’t given a long life. After this amazing album the band disappeared in obscurity.
The music on the album is very progressive. Exactly what you can expect from early 70’s krautrock music. Fuzz guitars, amazing keyboards, flute and synth.