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Mp3 Faust - Faust IV

  • Performer: Faust
  • Album: Faust IV
  • Label: Virgin
  • Catalog #: 87 739 IT
  • MP3: 1560 mb | FLAC: 1376 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Krautrock, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 786
  • Category: Electronic / Rock
Mp3 Faust - Faust IV


1Just A Second3:35
2The Sad Skinhead2:34
3Giggy Smile3:34
5Läuft...Heisst Das Es Läuft Oder Es Kommt Bald...Läuft4:26
7It's A Bit Of A Pain3:08
8Picnic On A Frozen River, Deuxieme Tableau7:48


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
V 2004, V2oo4Faust Faust IV ‎(LP, Album)Virgin, VirginV 2004, V2oo4UK1973
87739-IFaust Faust IV ‎(LP, Album)Virgin87739-ISpain1974
CDV2004, 0777 7 86510 24, 263 227, CDV 2004Faust Faust IV ‎(CD, Album, RE)Virgin, Virgin, Virgin, VirginCDV2004, 0777 7 86510 24, 263 227, CDV 2004UK & Europe1992
ARC-7350/51Faust Faust IV ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Bon + RE, Pap)Arcàngelo, VirginARC-7350/51Japan2011
CDVR 2004, 0946 356362 2 2Faust Faust IV ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM)Virgin, VirginCDVR 2004, 0946 356362 2 2UK2006


  • Composed By, Written-By, PerformerFaust
  • CoverGunther Wüsthoff, Uwe Nettelbeck
  • Engineer [Special Equipment & Sound Engineering]Kurt Graupner
  • ProducerUwe Nettelbeck


Recorded at The Manor, Oxfordshire, England, June 73

No printed track durations on cover or labels.


  • Matrix / Runout (Seite 1, stamped): S 87739 A-1 Made in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Seite 2, stamped): S 87739 B-1 Made in Germany
  • Rights Society: GEMA


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – The Manor
  • Printed By – Mohndruck Reinhard Mohn OHG
  • Distributed By – Ariola
  • Manufactured By – Ariola Eurodisc GmbH



Faust German for fist is the debut studio album by German rock band Faust. It was recorded live on 21 September 1971 and released later in the same year through Polydor Records. Although it was never a commercial success, Faust has garnered much retrospective acclaim from rock critics. Before the release of their debut, Faust would. Faust IV is the fourth studio album by the German krautrock group Faust, released in 1973. The album is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, where it is referred to as a krautrock classic. This was the last album by the first incarnation of the band, they returned in 1994 with the release of Rien featuring a different line-up. The album was recorded at the Manor Studio in England. As the sessions took too long to complete, producer Uwe Nettelbeck opted to complete the album. Faust IV. Members owning this album1. The Sad Skinhead. Just a Second Starts Like That 5. Picnic on a Frozen River Deuxieme Tableux. Giggy Smile. Coming on the heels of the cut-and-paste sound-collage schizophrenia of The Faust Tapes, Faust IV seems relatively subdued and conventional, though it's still a far cry from what anyone outside the German avant-garde rock scene was doing. The album's disparate threads don't quite jell into something larger as in the past, but there's still much to recommend it. Faust IV is a 1973 album by the German krautrock group Faust. The band did not release another album for 20 years, and with a different lineup. As the sessions took too long to complete, producer Uwe Nettelbeck opted to complete the album with material that was recorded at previous sessions in Wümme, Germany. These additions include Krautrock previously aired on the John Peel show and I. Album 1973 13 Songs. More By Faust. The Faust Tapes. 71 Minutes of Faust. Fresh Air Bonus Version. A song and album that need no introduction. Pure magic in audio form. I wanted there to be another solid version of the full track on youtube. This work made er, makes pretty, catchy, slightly disturbing noise. IV was Faust's second release for Richard Branson's fledgling Virgin Records. Faust IV is ranked 716th in the overall chart, 164th in the 1970s, and 21st in the year 1973. This album is rated in the top 1 of all albums on . Faust IV is a great album by a great band. However, a lot of this bonus material also appear on the Wümme Years 1970-73 5 CD box set released in 2000, although with some songs under alternate titles. Awesome sound and very fun album. I am absolutely in love with Faust and think they are the most interesting and entertaining of the krautrock bands, always a fun and engaging listening experience