I borrowed a ropey tape off my mate of "Ege Bamyasi" by Can which of course was fantastic, but I ignored the life changing German Prog. on the other side of my audio-cassette. For all you fans of Yes, Floyd, Genesis, and other rather good English Prog. rock, if you're keener on a more VdGG or Gentle Giant view of life, then Amon Duul 2 is a great place to start if you're thinking of venturing into Krautland. Amon Duul 2 are more accessible than Can or Faust. In particular, Wolf City was an absolute revelation to my wife and I. A couple of weeks ago, rather than stick on our usual CD's of "Pawn Hearts", "Trout Mask Replica" and "Octopus" while we ate dinner, we played Wolf City by Amon Duul 2. I stopped eating when "Green-Bubble-Raincoated-Man" fired up. After some gorgeous vocals from Renate Knaup-Krotenschwanz, the album took off. If you're looking for solid German prog. without any da-da nonsense (e.g. the second-half of "Tago Mago"), then Wolf City is for you. And of course it's been re-mastered. I promise you, this is the best Prog album you've heard in years.