My favorite Can bootleg. Captures how fucking intense yet groovy this band can get. It's also the most fierce and eerie Can recording I've heard, and that's saying a lot... these jams just rip into your skull and mess with yr. mind. Quality is decent for a bootleg from the '70s, which is to say not very good. I kind of like it however, since it adds a new, lo-fi dimension to Can's already many dimensions. If you haven't checked out Can yet, get Tago Mago first, but you might still like this if your tolerance for avant-garde is high.