💿 How Good Is It Really 💿 Tago Mago

HGIIR: Tin Machine

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I can confirm that it makes a good t-shirt also :+1:

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It’s not the easiest listen, but for Oh Yeah alone it’s an absolute winner. The mad stuff in the middle is a bit of a slog as someone’s mentioned previously, but if you’re in the mood for it, it weirdly makes sense.

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Exactly the same for me, although I never got on with the first Neu album. Neu 2 was a revelation when I listened to that and I like about half of Neu 75.

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10/10. Fucking incredible piece of work. That drumming. *chef’s kiss emoji*

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My attempts to play this album through my new Echo device…

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I used to love Can but I’ve really gone off them in recent years. Future Days is the only album I still like and listen to.

:smiley: Tango Mango

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I’ve just realised that this is what I’ve always though it was called :smiley:

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Seems fair enough, tbh.

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It’s much better if you ask me :slight_smile:

Perfect cocktail music, if you ask me

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Sold! But I’d rather listen to another band while drinking it.

^this

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Love this album but Peking O and Aumgn could be scrubbed from history and I’d shed no tears. Massively into Delay 69 at the moment. Soundtracks, Ege Bamyasi, Future Days, all gooooooood sheeeeiiiiiiiiiiiiit.

8/10 for Tango Magoo.

great album at its best, but too long and some of the longest tracks are really nothingy. prefer Ege Bamyasi and Future Days which are both a lot more digestible.

still great though. Halleluwah could easily go on forever. i’ve gone 8.

genuinely the best drummer ever probably.

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another album that’s half absolutely brilliant and half empty nothing. the track at the end with vocals is painful.

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i have this! bit faded though, might order a new one. really cheap on ebay.

‘Lieber Honig’? I love that song!

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