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Lucky Streik

Floh de Cologne

℗ 1972 Ohr Records OMM 56 029

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Floh de Cologne • 1972 • Lucky Streik

Floh de Cologne were a German band, active from 1966 to 1983, regarded as a pioneer of krautrock (Floh is German for 'flea'). After success at the beginning of the 70s, the band separated in 1983.

The group was formed in 1966 by a group of anarchist students, all from the University of Cologne. Their first album, Vietnam, released in 1968, is a fierce criticism of the war in Vietnam. The famous, but very controversial, Rolf Ulrich Kaiser, impressed by their music and especially their lyrics, decided to produce their next two albums: Rockoper Profitgeier (1971) and Lucky Streik (1972).

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