Psychedelic Underground

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Psychedelic Underground
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Studio album by Amon Düül
Released 1969
Recorded 1968-1969
Genre Progressive rock, psychedelic rock, space rock, experimental rock
Label Metronome Records
Producer Meisel-Produktion
Amon Düül chronology
Amon Düül
Collapsing/Singvögel Rückwärts & Co.
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Psychedelic Underground is a 1969 psychedelic rock album by the German band Amon Düül.

Track Listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written & Arranged By Amon Düül.
No. Title Length
1. "Ein Wunderhübsches Mädchen Träumt von Sandosa (A Wonderfully Pretty Girl Dreams of Sandosa)" 17:03
2. "Kaskados Minnelied (The Cockatoo's Love Song)" 2:54
3. "Mama Düül und ihre Sauerkrautband spielt auf (Mama Duul and her Sauerkraut Band Play On)" 2:54
4. "Im Garten Sandosa (In the Garden at Sandosa)" 7:48
5. "Der Garten Sandosa im Morgentau (The Garden at Sandosa in the Morning Dew)" 8:06
6. "Bitterlings Verwandlung (Bitterling's Transformation)" 2:30


Rerelease Information[2][edit]

  • Since its debut in 1969 on Metronome (and its concurrent Stateside release, the album has been re-issued a total of nine times. The list is as follows:
  1. Metronome released the album again in 1973, calling it "This Is Amon Düül" (catalog number: 200 146)
  2. Brain Records (Germany) called the album "Minnelied" and reissued it in 1979, with the catalog number 0040.149.
    • From then on, the various reissues would keep the original album title.
  1. Captain Trip Records (Japan; catalog number CTCD-021) in 1995
  2. Spalax Music (France; catalog number CD 14947) in 1996
  3. Repertoire Records (Germany; catalog number REP 4616-WY) in 1997
  4. Kekere Aquarium (catalog number KA 0-18) and 100% Recordings (catalog number 3%; both in Croatia) in 1998
  5. Arcàngelo Records (Japan; catalog number ARC 7034) in 2003
  6. Metronome re-issued the album two more times; once in 2009, and then again one year later (both with the catalog number MLP 15 332)


  1. ^ Raggett, Ned. "Allmusic review". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Reissue history and details at discogs