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Amon Düül II - Hijack flac album

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Performer: Amon Düül II
Title: Hijack
Country: Germany
Released: 1975
Style: Krautrock, Prog Rock
Category: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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Amon Düül II. Альбом.

Amon Düül II ‎– Hijack. Label: Revisited Rec. ‎ – REV 091. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Digipak. Comes in a 6-panel Digipack with 22-page booklet (some of which is a catalog for the label) featuring liner notes, photographs, album/single artwork & song lyrics.

Amon Düül II. Hijack ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig). Being a proud owner of all thing Amon Duul II related, for the longest time this was one of my least favourites. I just got through playing it for the first time in years (the original German vinyl on Nova), and now it's a strong contender to be in my Top 5 by this band. It seems my tastes have become much more tolerant/accepting over the last 40 years. Or perhaps the new phono cartridge is responsible? This album isn't for everyone, in particular fans of their earlier works; Yeti, Wolf City, Carnival In Babylon, Tanz der Lemmings, etc. They might find this a tad difficult to listen.

Amon Düül II (or Amon Düül 2) is a German rock band. The group is generally considered to be one of the founders of the Krautrock scene and a seminal influence on its development. The band emerged from the radical West German commune scene of the late 1960s, with others in the same commune including some of the future founders of the Red Army Faction.

Released in 1974, Amon Düül II's Hijack (or, "Hi-jack," as it was released in Germany) is not frequently (if ever) regarded as one of their better albums. In fact, author Ingmar Schrober gives it a few scant sentences in Tanz der Lemmings, his biography of the band published in 1979. For the most part, this critical dismissal is accurate - fans and critics seem to agree for once - most of what's here is unfocused, very polished, meandering psych prog that goes nowhere.

Hijack is an album by Amon Düül II from 1974, released by Atlantic Records. It was distributed in the UK by WEA Records. I Can't Wait, Pt. 1 & 2, 06:17.


A1 I Can't Wait (Part 1+2) 6:18
A2 Mirror 4:21
A3 Traveller 4:23
A4 You're Not Alone 6:55
B1 Explode Like A Star 4:00
B2 Da Guadeloop 7:03
B3 Lonely Woman 4:44
B4 Liquid Whisper 3:24
B5 Archy The Robot 3:30


  • Accordion, Percussion, Vocals, Producer – Wild Willy
  • Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Arranged By [Strings] – Lothar Meid
  • Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar – Peter Leopold
  • Engineer – David Siddle*
  • Flute, Saxophone [Soprano] – Olaf Kübler
  • French Horn – Ludwig Popp
  • Guitar – John Weinzierl
  • Guitar, Violin, Vocals, Saxophone [Tenor] – Chris Karrer
  • Keyboards – Thor Baldursson
  • Percussion [Marschtrommel] – Hermann Jalowitzki
  • Producer – Amon Düül II
  • Saxophone – Bobby Jones , Rudy Nagora
  • Strings – Chris Balder
  • Synthesizer – Falk-U. Rogner*
  • Trumpet – Bob Chatwin, Lee Harper
  • Vocals – Renate Knaup


Marketed by wea Records Limited, P.O. Box 2915, Auckland, New Zealand.

1975 printed on record label.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6.22 056 AO, 6.22 056 (AS) Amon Düül II Hijack ‎(LP, Album) Nova , Nova 6.22 056 AO, 6.22 056 (AS) Germany 1974
REV 091 Amon Düül II Hijack ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Revisited Rec. REV 091 Germany 2008
SD 36-108 Amon Düül II Hijack ‎(LP, Album, PR) ATCO Records SD 36-108 US 1974
K50136 Amon Düül II Hijack ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic K50136 UK 1974
6.22 056 AO, 6.22 056 (AO) Amon Düül II Hijack ‎(LP, Album) Nova , Nova 6.22 056 AO, 6.22 056 (AO) Germany 1974