Various Artists — Kopf Musik
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- Fruits de Mer
- Catalog number
- crustacean 79
- Year released
Related artist(s): Amon Düül I / II, Ash Ra Tempel / Ashra, Astralasia, Peter Baumann, The Bevis Frond, Brainticket, Can, Cranium Pie, Holger Czukay, Earthling Society, Electric Orange, Electric Sandwich, Eroc, Faust, Christopher Franke, Frobisher Neck, Edgar Froese, Ax Genrich, Harmonia, Jane, Kraftwerk, Language of Light, Dieter Moebius, Neu!, Popol Vuh, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother, Klaus Schulze, Damo Suzuki, Tangerine Dream, Jay Tausig, Joel Vandroogenbroeck, Various Artists, Vert:x, Vespero, Vibravoid, Zenith: Unto the Stars
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