Landed (album)

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Studio album by Can
Released September 1975
Recorded February-April 1975 at Inner Space Studio
Genre Krautrock
Length 40:18
Label Horzu, Virgin
Producer Can
Can chronology
Soon Over Babaluma
Unlimited Edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]
Pitchfork Media (6.1/10) [2]

Landed is the band Can's seventh studio album, released in 1975. It is said to be the beginning of their poppier, less experimental era.

The album has been described as the band's attempt at glam rock, and the upbeat nature of most of the tracks do give the album this feel. The last and longest track on the album, however, "Unfinished", still has much more of an ambient feel similar to that found on earlier albums such as Future Days and Soon Over Babaluma.

Recording and production[edit]

Landed was recorded at Inner Space Studios in 1975. It was engineered by Holger Czukay at Inner Space Studios. Side A was mixed by Toby Robinson and Holger Czukay at Studio Dierks in Stommeln, Germany, while side B was mixed by Czukay at Inner Space Studios, both sides under the assistance of René Tinner. The album was produced by the band themselves, and produced a single, "Hunters and Collectors", backed by "Vernal Equinox", which was issued on Virgin that same year.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Can except the lyrics for "Full Moon on the Highway" and "Half Past One" written by Can and Peter Gilmour.. 

No. Title Length
1. "Full Moon on the Highway"   3:32
2. "Half Past One"   4:39
3. "Hunters and Collectors"   4:19
4. "Vernal Equinox"   8:48
5. "Red Hot Indians"   5:38
6. "Unfinished"   13:21
Total length:


  • Holger Czukay – bass, vocals on "Full Moon on the Highway"
  • Michael Karoli – guitar, violin, lead vocals
  • Jaki Liebezeit – drums, percussion, winds
  • Irmin Schmidt – keyboards, Alpha 77, vocals on "Full Moon on the Highway"
  • Olaf Kübler – tenor saxophone on "Red Hot Indians"
  • Holger Czukay – engineer, mixing
  • Toby Robinson – mixing (Side A only)
  • René Tinner – recording assistant and road management
  • Bobby Hickman – equipment control
  • Christine – cover collage
  • J. B. Lansing – P.A.
  • Farfisa keyboards – electronics
  • Alpha 77 - Zurich – electronics


  1. ^ Boisen, Myles. "Can: Landed > Review" at AllMusic. Retrieved 2 November 2011.
  2. ^ Leone, Dominique (12 July 2005). "Can: Landed". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2 November 2011.