Rock ‘n’ roll testament



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First official vinyl reissue of this famous German rock album from 1974. Probably no other Karthago album was as extensively and intensively prepared as this one with songs finally composed by Joey Albrecht. This 3rd album of Karthago was a big step foreword, produced in London and with the participation of Glenn Cornick, famous bass player of Jethro Tull.


Karthago developed a more mainstream style than most Berlin acts with strong songs, jazz and funk elements, backed up by excellence musician ship. Especially Joey Albrecht, influenced by Jimi Hendrix, had a real rock star appeal. This limited edition of the album is an exact reproduction of the original gimmick cover. The album is strictly limited to 500. The sound is brilliant and digitally remastered from original master tape. Not only for fans of the genre but also for lover of great Helmut Wenske artwork, who did the cover artwork and proved that he was a great painter of the psychedelic era.