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Underground at its very best, recorded in the summer of 1970 and released in 1971 as a small edition (Help ZSLH 55023), so the original LP today gets traded at approximately 1.000 Euro. The tapes were recorded very accurately in the well-known Munich Union-Studios by five top musicians and have been preserved undamaged to this day. Why the title 'Sub In Concert' for a studio LP? The reason is quite simple: applause was added to the first track, in order to create a live atmosphere. Highlight of the record is probably the rather intoxicating 'Match I'. The other songs, however, are convincing as well, e.g. the long 'Sub Theme I (Sub In Concert)', or the tranquil 'Sub theme II (Money Maker)'. It's one of the best LPs of this series. The new vinyl edition is limited to 1,000 copies, has been numbered individually and contains two bonus tracks as well as a four-page colour insert in LP size."