Monday, June 25, 2007

Mickie D's Unicorn -st.,LP,1979,Germany

Great synth LP from Michael Duwe,produced by Klaus Schulze, while Manuel Göttsching collaborates too.Recently posted in Kraut-team blog,but thought they won't mind posting it here too,to give more people the chance to listen to this masterpiece.

***************NEW LINK POSTED SEPTEMBER 2012***************

Get it here  


Anonymous said...


In the early 80's, I found this work in my local library as an MC with an orange case. I copied it, but the tape died of natural causes a few years later. A few years ago, I started looking for the album, but to no avail. Of course, looking for "Mickey" D's Unicorn dind't help. After finally getting the name right, I spotted the album or songs from it occasionally on P2P networks, but download attempts invariably ended in tears. ;-) Klaus Schulze upped a version on BitReactor a couple of months ago, but by the time I noticed, the torrent was already dead. I couldn't believe my luck when I found your post. Again, thanks for sharing. :-)

Pete said...

i was recommended this band 20 years ago but in australia could not find anywhere. finally emailed somebody at a related fan site and too my astonishment they posted me (snail mail) a copy of 'No Regrets' all the way from germany. its a great album too and worth chasing up if you can find it.

thanks to the internet!

house303 said...

I found a reference to this title and I wasn't too sure I could find it on the net. I only had on hit at it and I found MUTANT SOUNDS on top of the list...I should have come here first...once again I realize how much this place have contributed in the past and still do's Massive!

Thank you for this very appreciated post!

Adam Lounsbery said...

Great album. Thanks for posting! But aren't two tracks from the LP missing?

B2: Black Riders
B4: A: Elbereth

Anonymous said...

thank you very much. i had this album a long time ago .. but somewhere it disapeared.

so thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Is there anyone who could upload a fresh (working) link or the CD version anywhere?

I had a LP but that was a long time ago ;-)

Much appreciated!