|1||J'ai Mal Aux Dents||7:04|
|6||Munic / Yesterday||11:55|
|8||Don't Take Roots||4:51|
|9||Lieber Herr Deutschland||4:47|
|10||25 Yellow Doors||4:29|
|ReRf1CD, RéRF1CD||Faust||Seventy One Minutes Of… (CD, Comp)||ReR Megacorp, ReR Megacorp||ReRf1CD, RéRF1CD||UK||1988|
|ReR VF1||Faust||71 Minutes (2xLP, Comp, Ltd, RE, 180)||ReR Megacorp||ReR VF1||UK||2010|
|BELLE 152393||Faust||71 Minutes (CD, Comp, RE, RM, Pap)||Belle Antique||BELLE 152393||Japan||2015|
|ReR VF1||Faust||71 Minutes (2xLP, Comp, RE, RP, 180)||ReR Megacorp||ReR VF1||UK||2017|
|ReRf1CD||Faust||Seventy One Minutes Of… (CD, Comp)||ReR Megacorp||ReRf1CD||US||Unknown|
- Compiled By – Chris Cutler
- Engineer [Engineered By] – Kurt Graupner
- Performer [Appearing] – Arnulf Meifurt, Gunther Wüsthoff, Joachim Irmler, Jean-Hervé Peron, Rudolf Sosna, Werner Diermaier
- Producer [Produced By] – Uwe Nettelbeck
- Remastered By – Matt Murman
- Voice [Backing] – Faust (tracks: 5)
- Voice [Voices] – Peron (tracks: 8, 13), Sosna (tracks: 9, 12, 13), Diermaier (tracks: 5)
Recorded at Wümme 1971-73.
Except 1 and 4, recorded at Arabella, Munich.
Remastered from original tapes at SAE Mastering, Phoenix, Arizona.
"Munic / Yesterday" also known as "Willie The Pimp" and "Out of the Point".
"Knochentanz" previously named "Munic / Other".
"J'ai mal aux dents" previously named "Party 2".
"25 Yellow Doors" previously named "Party 5".
"Chromatic" previously named "Party 3".
Material here previously appeared on 2 ReR LP's: Munic And Elsewhere/Return Of A Legend (RR 25, 1986) and The Last LP (ReR 36, 1988); the unreleased LP "Faust Party Three" (parts of which appeared previously only as limited edition collectors EPs and singles).
Made in North America.
Released and Distributed by ReR Megacorp.
Distributed in USA by ReR USA.
Distributed in Japan by Locus Solus.
- Barcode: 7 52725 00212 7
- Label Code: LC 02677
- Distributed By – ReR Megacorp
- Distributed By – ReR USA
- Distributed By – Locus Solus
- Recorded At – Wümme
- Recorded At – Musicland Studios
- Remastered At – SAE Mastering
71 Minutes by Faust, released 13 January 2017 1. MunicYesterday 2. Dont Take Roots 3. Das Meer 4. Knochentanz 5. Baby 6. Jai Mal Aux Dents 7. Party 8 8. Psalter 9. 25 Yellow Doors 10. Chromatic 11. Party 6 12. Giggy Smile 13. Lieber Herr Deutschland. lehmonmusic The end of an era for with Rudolf , how could it be anything else than essential Favorite track: Das Meer. Album 1988 13 Songs. 13 Songs, 1 Hour, 12 Minutes. Released January 1, 1988. 2005 RER Megacorp. United States. Internet Service Terms. Listen free to Faust 71 Minutes Municyesterday, Don't Take Roots and more. 13 tracks 78:03. Faust - Munic A. Faust - Baby. Faust - Meer. Faust - Munic B. Faust - Don't Take Roots. Faust - Party 2. 71 Minutes of Faust. Parts wed brutal drum patterns to insistently repetitive guitar riffing there are prog rock keyboard passages that slightly recall Soft Machine and Don't Take Roots sounds like an unintentional satire of the cheap California psychedelia that you might hear on a late-'60s youth cul. 71 Minutes Of Faust is ranked 99,033rd in the overall chart, 17,146th in the 1990s, and 1,859th in the year 1996. 71 Minutes Of Faust by Faust Year: 1996 Overall rank: 99,033rd. Average Rating: 72100 from 9 votes. Band's List Krautrock Faust 71 Minutes of Faust. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. no rates. Band Name Faust. Album Name 71 Minutes of Faust. Type Compilation. Released date 1979. Labels Recommended. Music StyleKrautrock. Members owning this album1. Munic A. 71 Minutes of Faust, 1988. Baby, 04:53. Meer, 02:50. 71 Minutes Of Faust. Faust Format: Audio CD. This album is made up of two previously released ep's and a few unreleased tracks - the first 4 tracks are as close as Faust ever got to the motorik, proto-electro style of Neu Intense, hypnotic and, ultimately, amazing After that we're straight into CRAZY Faust territory - all the usual Faustian ingredients, savaged traditional - industrial noise - fairground fun - biting guitar work and oppressive, relentless drumming