This is the 7" Holger Hiller recorded with Chris Lunch and Walter Thielsch (his soon to be successor in Palais Schaumburg) as Warning Records 004 in 1980. This sounded like nothing else then, even Palais Schaumburg took a while to get his way, and then, after the first LP, Walter Thielsch replaced him. He used weird lyrics too, but more lyrical, less aggressive, agitorial as Holger.
This 7" ranges from minimal to expressionist in a few minutes.Holger Hiller WR004 1980
Labels: German stuff, New Wave + Indie