Harald Sack Ziegler ‘Sack Auf Kassette’


01 Bungalow 5:31
02 Wenn Ich Tot Bin 1:46
03 Neonlicht 2:19
04 Klofrau 0:32
05 Ich Geh’ Kaputt 2:11
06 Panzer War Dabei 1:50
07 Mein Erster Reggae 2:24
08 Teppich 2:02
09 Singin’ In The Rain 1:35

Total time 20:00
Self released cassette, 1989

This early Harald Sack Ziegler cassette collects songs from 1980-1986. This is vintage  Ziegler, with typical naive song-writing, punk and reggae rhythms, found sounds, start/stop composing technique, surprising instrumentation. Intoxicating song-writing skills sometimes reach anthem-like heights on Ich Geh’ Kaputt or Mein Erster Reggae, for instance. The sound is pure 4-track cassette ca mid-1980s with rough production quality, less polished then than the ‘Sack Heil’ LP (see previous post). The loss in studio sound quality is repaid with fresh, unadulterated even punk endeavours.



5 Responses to “Harald Sack Ziegler ‘Sack Auf Kassette’”

  1. 1 matthias mader February 25, 2009 at 10:59 am

    very cool, enother hsz ! – i like that a lot!
    thx for your great work!

  2. 2 continuo February 25, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Music that is a joy to listen to and easy to whistle along. Glad you enjoy it as well. Thanks for dropping by, Matthias.

  3. 3 edward shipsey February 26, 2009 at 4:13 am

    Thanks very much for continuoing to upload music i have never heard before that is never any less than interesting and often really rather good. From

  4. 4 Scott February 26, 2009 at 7:10 am

    Thanks, I think my first exposure to him on the radio station wfmu with the song Neonlicht. Quite a musician.

  5. 5 continuo February 26, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Scott, hi Edward. Thanks for commenting. Harald Sack Ziegler’s music might appeal to many people I think.

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