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9 thoughts on “ Halleluwah - Can - Cannibalism 1 & 2 (CD)

  1. Halleluwah This song is by Can and appears on the album Tago Mago () and on the compilation album Cannibalism 1 (). Did anybody see this snowman standing in the wind alone With broken guitar in his hand, onion peeling sleepy eye? It's my recording station man but I record in his head Knowing that too big mouth, oh, ice can flow away, one knows Moon shadow coming down While .
  2. Cannibalism 1 & 2, a Compilation of songs by Can. Released in on Mute (catalog no. TOCP; CD). Genres: Experimental Rock, Krautrock.
  3. "Halleluwah" "Dizzy Dizzy" Published. Volomagico Oct 15 spoon CD /2 CD () servalan Feb 01 Missing Soul Desert that was on the original lp. Published. CANNIBALISM 1 sounds to me as a random collection of CAN tracks, most of which are truncated A real work of butchery considering that Halleluwah is cut back to 5.
  4. Cannibalism is a music boxset/compilation recording by CAN (Krautrock/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Cannibalism's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members/5(1).
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  6. Cannibalism I, a Compilation of songs by Can. Released in on Spoon (catalog no. spoon CD /2; CD). Genres: Krautrock, Experimental Rock.
  7. A much shorter version of the song also appeared as the B-side to the band's single "Turtles Have Short Legs", and a different shortened version later saw release on Can's compilation album achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.coinfo original U.K. pressing of Tago Mago misprinted the song's title as "Hallelujah" both on the LP's center label and on the back flap of the album jacket.