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his Slapping Pythagoras make this sound like a rock album, especially on side two, The Side of the Machine, on which Faust would be suppressed no longer, but bring in organ and create, with that screeching violin droning away, an almost psychedelic sound. Side one, The Side of Man and Womankind, has Faust almost following Conrad's instructions to create a steady beat, and play a single note throughout on the bass. The bass eventually finds another note for a bit, then returns

Outside The Dream Syndicate" is collaboration record between avant-garde composer Tony Conrad and the krautrock group Faust, it was originally released in 1973 on Caroline Records, 20 years later the compact disk reissue was released, with an extra track "From The Side Of Woman And Mankind" and only in 2016 a vinyl reissue came ou. I don't think it says in the info, but one side of the insert has a piece written by Jim O'Rourke about the album, the making of the album, the live performances. his Slapping Pythagoras make this sound like a rock album, especially on side two, The Side of the Machine, on which Faust would be suppressed no longer, but bring in organ and create, with that screeching violin droning away, an almost psychedelic sound.

The band broke up in 1975 after Virgin rejected its fifth album (some of the recordings later appeared on the Munich and Elsewhere album), but reissues of their recordings and various additional material through Chris Cutler's Recommended Records maintained a level of interest. Faust performing in Manchester in 2007. In 2010, Faust with members Hans Joachim Irmler, Steven Wray Lobdell, Lars Paukstat, Michael Stoll and Jan Fride released a new studio album, Faust Is Last. During the Wümme years, Diermaier, Péron and Wüsthoff played on Slapp Happy's first two albums, Sort Of (1972) and Acnalbasac Noom (1973) which were also produced by Uwe Nettelbeck.

Outside The Dream Syndicate is a collaboration by Tony Conrad (an american avant-garde filmmaker) and Faust. Tony Conrad was originally approached by another filmmaker from Hamburg who put Conrad in touch with Uwe Nettelbeck. Nettelbeck then took Conrad to a Faust recording session, where he invited Conrad to record an album with the band.

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Tracklist

A The Side Of Man And Womankind 27:16
B The Side Of The Machine 26:20

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Printed By – E.J. Day Group
  • Recorded At – Wümme

Credits

  • Engineer – Kurt Graupner
  • Performer – Jean-Hervé Peron, Rudolf Sosna, Tony Conrad, Werner Diermaier
  • Producer – Uwe Nettelbeck

Notes

Recorded at Wümme, October 1972.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Label)): C1501-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Label)): C1501-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Stamped)): C 1501 A - 1 U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Stamped)): C 1501 B - 1 U

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Li 3 Tony Conrad With Faust Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate ‎(CD, Album, RM) Table Of The Elements Li 3 US 1993
Li 3, SWC-CD-3 Tony Conrad With Faust Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate (30th Anniversary Edition) ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM + Box, Dlx, Ltd) Table Of The Elements, The Sandwalking Company Li 3, SWC-CD-3 US 2002
Li 3 Tony Conrad With Faust Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Table Of The Elements Li 3 US Unknown
SV048 Tony Conrad With Faust Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate ‎(LP, Album, RE) Superior Viaduct SV048 US 2016
8-527 Tony Conrad With Faust Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) ArsNova 8-527 Russia Unknown


  • I don't think it says in the info, but one side of the insert has a piece written by Jim O'Rourke about the album, the making of the album, the live performances. This is the most accessible Tony Conrad I've heard... his Slapping Pythagoras make this sound like a rock album, especially on side two, The Side of the Machine, on which Faust would be suppressed no longer, but bring in organ and create, with that screeching violin droning away, an almost psychedelic sound. Side one, The Side of Man and Womankind, has Faust almost following Conrad's instructions to create a steady beat, and play a single note throughout on the bass. The bass eventually finds another note for a bit, then returns. I love both of these artists, and am very happy that this LP has been made available. Gorgeous cover too.

  • REPRESS!!!! BUT HOW?

  • and now it is available, and it is good. I don't think it says in the info, but one side of the insert has a piece written by Jim O'Rourke about the album, the making of the album, the live performances. This is the most accessible Tony Conrad I've heard... his Slapping Pythagoras make this sound like a rock album, especially on side two, The Side of the Machine, on which Faust would be surpressed no longer, but bring in organ and create, with that screeching violin droning away, an almost psychedelic sound. Side one, The Side of Man and Womankind, has Faust almost following Conrad's instructions to create a steady beat, and play a single note throughout on the bass. The bass eventually finds another note for a bit, then returns. I love both of these artists, and am very happy that this LP has been made available. Gorgeous cover too.

  • genezyp_kapen REPRESS!!!! BUT HOW? Superior Viaduct is taking preorders now!

  • we need a repress!

  • I've got a brilliant promo copy of this which has disparaging comments made by the original recipient scrawled right across the sleeve.Anyway - great album. I like what Julian Cope said about this album - something to the effect that out of all musicians it was only Sky Saxon and Tony Conrad who were so committed to repeating themselves an infinite number of times in the hope of finding musical perfection and therefore the secret of the universe.The grooves on this record are unbelievably rigid and unrelenting, grinding remorselessly for 20 minutes at a time. Tony Conrad's violin is a high scream.... it rarely lets up for the durartion of the tracks.The thing about this record is - you have to give it time, it's no good dismissing it after 5 minutes. If you don't understand it the first time you must persevere.... on and on... until you 'get it'. On the other hand - I played it to my girlfriend and she was delighted. And so far as repetition is concerned - she found it full of variation and interest. Mind you - she is one in a million.

  • There also exist a german pressing on POLYDOR white 2310 251 ( PROMO ) fom 1973.The PROMO came without a cover