give in to lust, give up
to lust, oh heaven knows we`ll soon be dust.
It is an excellent phrase of an excellent song of the best musical
group to have ever existed and very probably which come to exist in
this way in the future
either because of a very
sublime interaction between music and lyrics. The
song is about a voluptuous woman and the firmness of mind of a man
though the same words and the intention of it can be transmitted to
this set of 5 compositions by Drehkommando whose music used to
balance between body and mind, between sexual desires and spiritual
strength. More profoundly, it
is a delicate vibe between minimal techno rhythms and fine female
vocals (by Doris Mücke who
sings in German) as if being
a part of the laboratories of such labels as Perlon, Kompakt, and of
course the Detroit techno scene. In
a more indirect way one can hear krautrock
instance, at somehow resigned Die
verzauberte Maschine wherein
Doris Stücke repeats: /diese
damned(cursed) machines in English/.
It chimes like a version of the robots about CAN`s album Soon
Over Babaluma (1974,
United Artists). Indeed, it is a mechanical, synthetic, motorik funk.
The same can be said about the opening track Die
Toten haben Strassen. If
you are felling yourself depressed and being suppressed by Xanax and
you are glaring at a greyish, pointless point in a remote distance
while having no mind in your fucked-up brain. The
is a part of the discography of Der
Kleine Grüne Würfel.