Krautrockers who tended to observe music from a unique angle, Faust first released their wonky self-titled debut in 1970, and it offered up a wide variety of ridiculous sounds between its three sprawling tracks: opener "Why Don't You Eat Carrots" alone feels like a series of vignettes more than a song, mismatching a collection of dissonant sounds, eclectic sampling, virtuosic piano and bizarre jazz percussion. No structures, no masters: 'Faust' is a classic slab of musique concrete, tape splice mayhem and sonic avant-garde genius.
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