Kastrierte Philosophen: Nerves, LP (Vinyl)
Kastrierte Philosophen: Nerves, LP (Vinyl)
€7.90
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Kastrierte Philosophen
Nerves

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Normal
  • (NORMAL 94)
  • 12 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX-
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, signs of tagal on cover

tracks

A1

I'm Allright

3:16
A2

Toilet Queen

3:24
A3

Maniac Mandrax Fighter

3:32
A4

Little Shit Lives

2:04
A5

I Need Some Sleep

3:02
A6

She's Allergic

3:24
B1

Peeping All

4:00
B2

Dragon Flies (Over Cyrenaika)

4:09
B3

Mr. Death

2:58
B4

Nerves

3:57
B5

Keep Your Heart For Icecream Days

3:55
B6

Lurid

2:19

Credits

Arranged By
  • Michael Arfmann
Vibraphone
  • Michael Arfmann
Organ
  • Michael Arfmann
Cello
  • Andreas Proff
Soprano Saxophone
  • Andreas Proff
Drums
  • Rüdiger Klose
Percussion
  • Rüdiger Klose
Guitar
  • Andy Giorbino
  • Horst Tippelt
Instruments
  • Katrin Achinger
  • Matthias Arfmann
  • Wolfgang Wiggers
Keyboards
  • Jörg Worat
Music By
Words By
  • Kastrierte Philosophen
Photography By
  • Kerstin Vieg
  • Olaf Meyer
Cover
  • Kerstin Vieg
  • Olaf Meyer
Producer
  • Folke Jensen
  • Katrin Achinger
  • Matthias Arfmann

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