The world of Krautrock was forever changed in late 1987 when the master tapes for the mythical never-released album by the early 70s trio Damenbart were discovered in Spain by a former associate of the band. The incredible find was whispered about in elite collector circles for months and when the tapes were finally played back publically for the first time, it quickly became apparent that all of the legend and hype that surrounded these mysterious 1971 recordings had been completely justified. The tapes were soon handed to members of the German experimental group Hirsche Nicht aufs Sofa to give the album a proper release and allow this music to finally see the light of day.
The resulting lp was immediately hailed as a classic of krautrock, with one excited reviewer calling it "the best album Ash Ra Tempel never made!" unfortunately, as this lp was issued in only a very small edition, many Krautrock fans wound up bitterly empty-handed.