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Performer: Embryo
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Album: Embryo's Rache
Released: 1971
Style: Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Fusion
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Rating: 4.3
Votes: 670
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Tracklist

A1 Tausendfüßler 5:23
Time (8:47)
A2 a) I Can't Wait
A2 b) Eva's Wolke
A3 Revenge 6:45
B1 Espagna Si, Franco No 10:57
B2 Sittin' At The Moon 2:08
B3 Verwandlung 6:32

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Liberty/UA GmbH
  • Printed By – Carl v. d. Linnepe
  • Recorded At – Dierks Studios

Credits

  • Arranged By, Producer – Embryo
  • Bass [Rache Bass] – Roman Bunka
  • Drums, Electric Piano [Leslie], Vocals – Christian Burchard
  • Electric Piano, Organ – Hermann Breuer
  • Flute, Percussion, Vocals – Hansi Fischer
  • Layout [Cover] – Stefan Michel
  • Organ, Mellotron – Tabarin Man
  • Photography By – Uta Hofmann
  • Soprano Saxophone, Violin, Percussion – Edgar Hofmann
  • Vocals – Franz Böntgen
  • Written-By – Christian Burchard (tracks: A2, A3 to B3), Hansi Fischer (tracks: A1, A2), Tabarin Man (tracks: A4)

Notes

Released in a gatefold cover.
Title of A1 taken from the cover. On the label it appears as ''Tausendfüssler''

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, stamped): C 29239 A-1 Made in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, stamped): C 29239 B-1 Made in Germany
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (A-side, center label, in brackets): UAS 29 239 A
  • Other (B-side, center label, in brackets): UAS 29 239 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MASO CD 90050 Embryo Embryo's Rache ‎(CD, Album, RE) Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90050 Italy 1999
MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2, 1295700502 Embryo Embryo's Rache ‎(CD, Album, RE) Materiali Sonori, Materiali Sonori, Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2, 1295700502 Italy Unknown
GET720 Embryo Embryo's Rache ‎(LP, Album, RE) Get Back GET720 Italy 2010
MASO CD 80050, MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2 Embryo Embryo's Rache ‎(CDr, Album, RE) Materiali Sonori, Materiali Sonori, Materiali Sonori MASO CD 80050, MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2 Italy 2016
MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2 Embryo Embryo's Rache ‎(CD, Album, RE) Materiali Sonori, Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90050, 12957.0050.2 Italy 1993

Tane
I have heard only a few Embryo albums, and I always felt their second album, Rache, is one of their best, along with Steig Aus. Rache finds them in Jethro Tull territory at times, particularly in the flute department. That is particularly noticed in the opening cut, "Tausenfüßer". The ethnic influence is noticed in the percussion. "I Can't Wait" shows the weak point of the album: the vocals and lyrics. The vocals are obviously done by a guy who barely has a grasp of the English language, and the lyrics are very badly written. On the other hand they really shine instrumentally, so for me it's easy to block out the vocals and lyrics, because even this cut is full of fantastic organ and clavinet playing, with some nice jamming. "Revenge" continues with this fantastic jamming, except this time all instrumental, with some fantastic Mellotron provided by Jimmy Jackson (who played with the likes of Amon Duul II, Ray Charles, and apparently Tangerine Dream on Electronic Meditation, though not credited). The band lets their politics be known on "Espagna Si, Franco No". Here they're boycotting a visit to Spain because they opposed Franco (understandable, ironically they actually did perform there, which surprises me, since I assume the country would have barred the band from performing there thanks to this song). Again that weak point of this album shows again with the badly written lyrics and poor English, which makes me cringe when I hear them, particularly the part that goes, "Revolution is the only way". Again, I prefer the instrumental side of the song, more funky clavinet and organ playing, and some just fantastic Mellotron playing makes up for the lyrical and vocal shortcoming. "Sittin at the Moon" is a piece I really dig for more of that funky clavinet playing, while "Verwandlung" features some more killer Mellotron, this time with tron strings (Jimmy Jackson seems to favor the tron brass). For all you Mellotron fans, this piece needs to be heard!Despite the lyrical and vocal shortcomings of this album, I still find it a mindblowing combination of prog, fusion, and world music, and I'm glad to have discovered Embryo, a band I've been aware of for years, but only recently started owning anything from them.