The best way to get the full effect of the first few minutes of track 1, 'Freak N Roll', is to use headphones. It's only by using headphones that you will be able to fully appreciate Klaus Schulze's remarkable drumming - absolutely incredible - especially around the 2:30 mark. The whole of 'Freak N Roll' is just superb - a 19 minute rumbling, meandering masterpiece - a lesson in true Krautrock. Drums and bass drive forward, Manuel Gottsching's guitar dips and soars inside the mix and swathes of synth add that extra Kosmiche touch. It's 19 minutes that will have you on your knees in awe of the classic line-up of Gottsching, Enke & Schulze. In complete contrast, although as equally compelling, track 2, 'Jenseits', is 24 minute's of shimmering beauty. Again, swathes of echoing synths (and organ?) are there, but much more dominant than on the previous track. The track builds slowly, with guitar and bass joining in, though not over-riding the synth - also vocals are added by Rosi - in German - and this beautiful thing carries on and on for 24 minutes, though it could last forever....and ever....and ever. So there you have 'Join Inn' - 2 completely different Kosmiche jams, but both utterly superb. This is my most favourite Ash Ra Tempel album, though the previous 3 to this ('Ash Ra Tempel', 'Schwingungen' & 'Seven Up') are as equally compelling.