The word I'd say best describes Tago Mago is entrancing. There's a quality to Can's performance on this album that gives it a hypnotic air. Skillful drumming, shrieking guitar, and enigmatic vocals makes it easy to get into the groove of the first half of the album, and right as the 18-minute jam 'Halleluhwah' comes to a a close, all of it is extinguished and Tago Mago takes a turn for the insane.
Okay, well...this...was...incredible. I realized within the first couple minutes of Peking O that it all was really nearly perfect. I loved the effects, the sounds, the different styles of singing, the use of the channels, the instrumentation, everything. The one thing that I didn't like was the random finger-up-and-down-lips-babbling in the middle of Peking O that made me draw back, blink a few times, and settle back into it. It just sounded kinda out of place in an otherwise jafklsjf awesome record. Just...seriously. Since they're all really five-star tracks, I couldn't recommend a few "best" ones. But Peking O and Aumgn were probably my favourites.