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If you got a quid for each time Can were referenced as influencing a given band or artist, we'd have taken the Bank Of England down years ago. Remastered to a clarity that will come as a shock to those who've been suffering the original cd releases, 1975's 'Landed' is notable for marking the return to Can's debut line-up (barring Malcolm Mooney of course), following the love-sick Damo Suzuki's departure. Their 7th full-length release, 'Landed' also saw the band getting their mitts on a 16 track recorder for the first time, the results being much as you'd imagine... Ranging from the scuzzy template of 'Full Moon On The Highway' to the Kraftwerk flourishes of 'Vernal Equinox', 'Landed' is a sonic journey which Can embarked upon before almost anyone else and still sounds as fresh today as it must have in the formica-70's.