Mythos (4). Strange Guys (CD, Album, RE, Dig). Had it not been for their first two albums, Strange Guys would have been thought of as a decent electronic/prog album, but the problem lies in that too many judge this album from their first two, which had a much stronger psychedelic bent to them. Mythos had always been Stefan Kaske, and whoever he could find at the time. Stefan Kaske's voice is still unmistakable, so if you have trouble with his voice on previous albums, it'll be the same here
Strange Guys marks the change from the early-'70s cosmic sound to more basic music. Aeronaut" already starts with a distorted hard rock guitar; the tracks get shorter and are more like usual rock songs with long guitar solo parts, sometimes using a talk-box that triggers the guitar sound by the voice. Also, the lyrics got more down to earth. Beside some typical fantasy stories, they deal with daily life and dreams of musicians
on drums and Eberhard Seidler on bass. This Mythos quartet recorded the album ''Strange guys'' in two different, weekly sessions in November 77' at Dierks Studio and the album was released at the fall of the year on Dieter Dierks' own, short-lived Venus label. Three different cores, three different distribiuting labels and three stylistical changes is the story of Mythos until 1977
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Album Name Strange Guys. Music StyleKrautrock. Members owning this album0.
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Backing Vocals, Chorus – Eberhard P. Seidler ("Eichler")*Lead Guitar, Talkbox [Voice-box Guitar] – Stephan Kaske
- Licensed From – Breeze Music
- Marketed By – Spalax Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tempel
- Copyright (c) – Tempel
- Made By – Disctronics S
- Published By – Breeze Music
- Recorded At – Dierks Studios
- Bass, Other [Fish] – Eberhard P. Seidler ("Eichler")*
- Cover [Cover Design] – Fessel's Studio*
- Drums, Percussion – Ronnie Schreinzer*
- Lead Guitar, Mellotron [Strings] – Sven Dohrow
- Lead Vocals, Flute, Synthesizer [Synthesizers], Acoustic Guitar, Lyrics By, Music By – Stephan Kaske
- Producer [Produced By] – Dieter Dierks
- Recorded By – Gerd Rautenbach
NotesAll Songs published by Breeze-Music, Switzerland.
Recorded at Dierks-Studios (Cologne) from November 7 to 12 and 22 to 28 1977.
First ℗ 1977, This Reissue ℗ + © 1997 Tempel Marketed By Spalax Music Paris France
Made in EU
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 3 429020 145701
- Barcode (String): 3429020145701
- Rights Society: SUISA
|V78 MY-F1003||Mythos||Strange Guys (LP)||Venus||V78 MY-F1003||Germany||1978|
|OHR 70021-2||Mythos||Strange Guys (CD, Album, RE)||Ohr, Pilz , Ohr Today, Die Kosmischen Kuriere||OHR 70021-2||Germany||1999|
|MTSCD 15090278||Mythos||Strange Guys (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||ООО "Канкард"||MTSCD 15090278||Russia||2001|