Can, also known as Inner Space (also, with additional tracks, as Legendary Can), is the eleventh studio album by experimental rock band Can, released in 1979. It was Can's last album before the reunion album Rite Time, ten years later, and was released after the band's break-up. Michael Karoli – guitar, vocals. Jaki Liebezeit – drums. Irmin Schmidt – keyboards. Rebop Kwaku Baah – percussion.
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If you want to know what is the best CAN album of all time, this list will answer your question. Albums range from their debut, Monster Movie (1969) to Future Days (1973) to the band’s final studio release, Rite Time (1989)
That stipulated, the album is a mind-bending scorcher by any standard: a deliriously virtuosic collection of zig-zagging Zappa-esque melodies and moody emotional plunges performed by an obscure quintet temporarily channeling the authority of Weather Report. Its 18-year-old pianist-bandleader, however, didn't stick around to record a follow-up.