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Shake well


 
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17.11.2006
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01 Reality
02 I Want You
03 Fraeulein Doktor
04 Mystery Train
05 Space Baby
06 Well, Well
07 Desire
08 Pretty Girl
09 Teddy Bear
10 Monkees Dance
11 Time, What Time?
12 Mimpi Manis
13 Ooga Booga-Special (Bonus Track)(Live)
 
Originally Released 1993
For even more than twenty years after their formation, Guru Guru still stood for innovation and a great variety of ideas in the Nineties. The music on “Shake Well“ can be described as “Psychedelic Ethno Rock“.

When Guru Guru released their album “Shake Well“ in 1993, grunge and alternative rock were in their heydays. The market was swarming with young bands from Seattle and the local area who, wearing jeans, checked shirts, and playing harsh guitars, were the beginning of a new era in music’s history. Established bands were regarded as dinosaurs: ancient and not able to survive. For Guru Guru this era however was no reason to do a swansong about their very original virtues. They had already experienced their biggest setback in 1980 when the German rock music scene was virtually washed away by the Neue Deutsche Welle (New German Wave) and suddenly no one wanted to listen to the groups from the Seventies any more. At the beginning of the Nineties, when the grunge fever was spreading, Guru Guru could already rely on their own audience for a long time that always came to our concerts, be there a new trend or not.
 
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