Zweistein's trippy 1970 kraut psych experimental masterpiece, arguably one of the most sought after kraut titles, period! Remastered from the original tapes, absolutely essential! With roughly a half century between us, the revolutionary spirit of the 1960's is easily lost – watered downed, its energy and truths rubbed clean by the ubiquity of the pop machine. Our contemporary vision of the past rarely resemblances the true zeitgeist of the day. The '60s was an era defined by the underground – by those who made a home there, by those who exited the mainstream, plumbing unknown depths, and by the radicalism which they embraced.
Few musical contexts present an accurate lens into the decade's counter-cultural swell – the joining of pop with the avant-garde, equal to the one which emerged within Germany. Writhing, principled, and unflinchingly revolutionary, this scene pushed further sonically into experimental territory than almost any other. Few of its artifacts present this spirit as well as Trip Flip Out Meditation, the lone, astoundingly ambitious triple LP recorded by Zweistein in 1969 and released the following year. Among the most sought after and coveted artifacts in the sprawling canon of krautrock/kosmische, it's long awaited reissue now joins Wah Wah's stunning catalog of obscure treasures from the radical depths of time.
• Remastered 3LP-set housed in a triple fold-out metallic silver & gold embossed gatefold sleeve
• Includes bonus 7" reissue of their non LP single
• Featuring photos & liner notes