Magma (reissued under the name Kobaïa) is the debut album by progressive rock or "zeuhl" group Magma, which was released as a double-LP in 1970. The album tells the story of a group of people fleeing a doomed Earth to settle on the fictional planet Kobaïa. Kobaïa" (Christian Vander) – 10:15. Aïna" (Vander) – 6:15. Malaria" (Vander) – 4:20. Sohïa" (Teddy Lasry) – 7:00. Sckxyss" (François Cahen) – 3:47. Auraë" (Vander) – 10:55. Thaud Zaïa" (Claude Engel) – 7:00.
코드판과 CD 쇼핑을 즐기고 Magma 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Attahk (CD, Album, RE). Seventh Records, Seventh Records.
Members owning this album13. 1. Last seven Minutes : 1970-77, Phase 1 (1970-71, Phase 1). 2. Spiritual (Negro Song). 3. Rind (Eastern Song).
Attahk is a Magma album that I had ignored because of my built-in scepticism against Prog albums from 1978. But as it turned out, I'm glad Magma proved me wrong again, this album doesn't show a band that was losing it, it's the sound of a band that stuck to their strengths but still continued to move forward through their unique universe. On Attahk, Magma goes further toward "typical" fusion than on any album before (or after).
Attahk" would be Magma's last album of new original material for several years. This album is often bashed by hardcore Magma fans, however it contains all of the elements that made Magma so interesting: a great rhythm section with bizarre vocals and prog-rock flourishes. The musicianship is great and the piano, bass and drums really drive the music. Yes, the album does lag a little bit in the middle, but it gets off to a great start with "The Last Seven Minutes", which is downright funky
Attahk is a jazz related rock music album recording by MAGMA released in 1978 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Jazz Related Rock By MAGMA.
|1||The Last Seven Minutes (1970-77, Phase I)||7:00|
|4||Liriïk Necronomicus Kanht (In Which Our Heroes Ürgon And Gorgo Meet)||4:59|
|5||Maahnt (The Wizard's Fight Versus The Devil)||5:29|
|6||Dondaï (To An Eternal Love)||7:59|
|7||Nono (1978, Phase II)||6:17|
- Marketed By – King Record Co. Ltd
- Arranged By – Christian Vander
- Bass [Air] – Wurd Gorgo
- Bass [Earth] – Stöht Ürgon*
- Clarinet [Bass], Vocals – Stündëhr
- Engineer – Laurent Thibault
- Engineer [Assistant] – Michel Marie
- Grand Piano, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer [Mini-moog], Synthesizer [Oberheim Polyphonic] – Kahal Negümüraaht
- Lead Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Grand Piano, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Keyboards [Chamberlin] – Christian Vander, Zebëhn Straïn De Geustaah*
- Liner Notes – 山本精一*
- Mastered By – Christian Orsini
- Music By, Lyrics By – Christian Vander
- Painting [Front Cover] – H.R. Giger*
- Photography By [X-Ray Images By] – Leni Fuhrman
- Producer – Laurent Thibault
- Trombone – Jacques Bolognesi
- Trumpet – Tony Russo
- Vocals – Dë Wëlëss, Klaus Blasquiz, Klötz Zaspïaahk*, Thaud Zaïa*
NotesCD released in Japan with Japanese liner notes and OBI, on the French Edition (SEVENTH REX XIII). (King KKCP 50)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4909346707504
- Matrix / Runout: REX 13 MPO 03 @@@@ 9 01
|913 213, 25376||Magma||Attahk (LP, Album)||Eurodisc, Productions Arabella||913 213, 25376||France||1978|
|200 685, 200 685-270||Magma||Attahk (LP, Album, RE)||Tomato, Tomato, Ariola, Ariola||200 685, 200 685-270||Germany||1987|
|25376||Magma||Attahk (LP, Album)||Arabella, Eurodisc||25376||France||1978|
|VICP-61662||Magma||Attahk (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Victor||VICP-61662||Japan||2001|
|274 1707||Magma||Attahk (CD, Album, RE)||Seventh Records, Le Chant Du Monde||274 1707||France||2009|