Reissue of the 1979 debut. With their debut, world-famous "German-American Friendship" (DAF) (later a duo) created a musically pioneering work: Rober Görl, Wolfgang Spelmans, Kurt Dahlke (Pyrolator) and Michael Kemner, made perhaps the first noise rock album in the world - in 1979. Radical, brutal, instrumental. The true DAF connoisseur of course knows about the early phase of the Düsseldorf-Wuppertal band but most fans of the later world-famous duo will find their ears trembling when they are confronted with their debut: purely instrumental, unstructured noise rock, played by the long-haired and moustachioed! Hardly any band could make such a crass metamorphosis. "A product of German-American friendship" first appeared in 1979 on Warning Records (later Ata Tak).
Released mid-May, 2012 on Bureau B.