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  • Soon Over Babaluma, an Album by Can. Released in on Mute (catalog no. ; CD).
  • "Soon Over Babaluma" is the 6th full-length studio album by German Krautrock/experimental rock act Can. The album was released through United Artists/Spoon/Mute in November /5(20).
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  • On "Soon Over Babaluma", Can showed that they had not suffered from the loss of Suzuki. Indeed, the soft, yet intense sound of that album is carried even further here. The opening track, "Dizzy Dizzy" may seem a little humorous in its lyrical tone, but Karoli's quiet, almost spoken, voice is actually an excellent complement to the band's /5(42).
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  • As far as I'm concerned, their first six albums -- of which Soon Over Babaluma is the last -- all should be considered as some of the greatest experimental rock records ever made, and trying to figure out how they stack up against each other is asinine (don't tell Pitchfork that, though, cause they're pretty sure that Soon Over is better.
  • Originally issued in , sixth album Soon Over Babaluma represented the end of an era for Can as not only was it their first without a lead vocalist, but it would also be the last the band would record straight onto 2-track. With the departure of what was their second vocalist Kenji "Damo" Suzuki, Can again perseveres in style with guitarist Michael Karoli and keyboardist Irmin Schmidt.
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  • SOON OVER BABALUMA is the sixth studio album by Can, the band's first album without a lead vocalist who does not play an instrument, following the departure of Damo Suzuki. The vocals are taken care of by guitarist Michael Karoli and keyboardist Irmin Schmidt.