RELEASE
1973
LABEL
Mute
GENRES
Pop/Rock, Experimental Rock, Experimental Electronic, Experimental, Alternative/Indie Rock, Art Rock, Kraut Rock

Album Review

Damo Suzuki's final effort is Can's most atmospheric and beautiful record, a spartan collection of lengthy, jazz-like compositions recorded with minimal vocal contributions. Employing keyboard washes to create a breezy, almost oceanic feel (indeed, two of the tracks are titled "Spray" and "Bel Air"), the mix buries Suzuki's voice to elevate drummer Jaki Liebezeit's complex rhythms to the foreground; despite the deceptive tranquility of its surface, Future Days is an intense work, bubbling with radical ideas and concepts.
Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Future Days
  2. Spray
  3. Moonshake
  4. Bel Air