S.Y.P.H. - Pst

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1980 Original. Appears Unplayed. Produced And Played On By Holger Czukay. German Band Somewhere Between Punk, Avantgarde And Neue Deutsche Welle. Founded 1977 By Harry Rag (Peter Braatz), Uwe Jahnke And Thomas Schwebel In Solingen/Germany. Thomas Schwebel Hit Upon The Idea Of Naming The Band "Syph" Because It's A Dirty Name. Harry Rag Added The Periods To Make It Look Like An Acronym And Confuse People. S.Y.P.H. Was Then Translated Into "Saufender Yankee Prügelt Homo" (Drinking Yankee Beats Queer). After 1986 It Stood For "Save Your Pretty Heart" When Schwebel Said Goodbye To Play With Mittagspause, The Band Was Joined By Uli Putsch And Jürgen Wolter. This New Formation Stayed - More Or Less - Stable Until 1981, But Had Many Changing Guest Musicians, Including Holger Czukay From Can. In Return S.Y.P.H. Played With Czukay On His LP On The Way To The Peak Of Normal. Uwe Jahnke Also Appears On The Wobble/Liebezeit/Czukay EP "How Much Are They?".” – Mutant-Sounds.Blogspot.Com

Artist: S.Y.P.H. Title: Pst Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Pure Freude Catalog ID: PF06CK3 Country: Germany Our ID: 61260
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