Magma (reissued under the name Kobaïa) is the debut album by progressive rock or "zeuhl" group Magma, which was released as a double-LP in 1970. The album tells the story of a group of people fleeing a doomed Earth to settle on the fictional planet Kobaïa. Kobaïa" (Christian Vander) – 10:15. Aïna" (Vander) – 6:15. Malaria" (Vander) – 4:20. Sohïa" (Teddy Lasry) – 7:00. Sckxyss" (François Cahen) – 3:47. Auraë" (Vander) – 10:55. Thaud Zaïa" (Claude Engel) – 7:00.
Data de lançamento 2004. Labels Seventh Records. Estilo de MúsicaZeuhl. Membros têm este álbum6. Total playing time: 48:48. Other productions from Magma. Zëss - Le Jour Du Néant.
Magma (6). (CD, Album, RE). Seventh Records, Seventh Records. A XXXIV, A 34. France. Magma (6). (CD, Album, RE, Car). Everything about the record is just perfect if you like Magma. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. Marketplace 0 10 For Sale from €. 7.
Led by drummer/vocalist Christian Vander, Magma began playing this stuff in the late 60s, and throughout the 70s produced a series of records that are either some of the most bizarre, fiery prog ever, or just instant party killers. And that time, young pilgrims of love, is now. Believers will be delighted to know that the band's first studio album in twenty years retains all of their power; . features everything we already love about Magma and then some. Newcomers: now is your time to jump onboard the train. As Zebëhn Straïn De Geustaah might say, "Kobaïa Is de Hundin.
Kohntarkosz Anteria) (2004). Songs in album Magma - . Kohntarkosz Anteria) (2004).
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(34%). The remastered copy on this double Koba�a album comes in an impressive digipak with an extensive booklet filled with notes and clues to enter the Magma realm, which is of course appreciable, but not fundamental. I personally find the sound better on this remastered version, but the previous issue was already good.
Magma's first new proper album in ages, Kohntarkosz Anteria (or ., as it is abbreviated on the cover) surprised everyone, fans and detractors alike. Christian Vander's gamble to revisit an old unrecorded composition and give it a modern-day reinterpretation pays off big-time, introducing a new group sound that blends the vintage "Da Zeuhl" elements from Magma's Kohntarkosz-era material and the engrossing cosmic jazz and massed vocals of Vander's later group, Offering.
|A XXXIV, A 34||Magma||K.A (CD, Album)||Seventh Records, Seventh Records||A XXXIV, A 34||France||2004|
|KICP 5031||Magma||K.A (CD, Album, Promo)||Seven Seas||KICP 5031||Japan||2005|
|SJMA-34||Magma||K.A (CD, Album, RE, Car)||Seventh Japan||SJMA-34||Japan||2009|
|274 1709||Magma||K.A. (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Seventh Records, Le Chant Du Monde||274 1709||France||2009|
|A XXXIV, A 34||Magma||K.A (CD, Album, RE)||Seventh Records, Seventh Records||A XXXIV, A 34||France||2012|
|JV 33570049.50||Magma||K.A (2xLP, Album, RE, RM)||Jazz Village, Seventh Records||JV 33570049.50||France||2014|