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Bachdenkel was an English rock band that started under the name [a1265098] in 1968. The three piece consisted of band leader Colin Swinburne on vocals/guitars/keyboards, Peter Kimberley on bass/piano/vocals and Brian Smith on drums, with Karel Beer as additional musician, lightening engineer and producer. The band moved to France to live, perform and record. In the 10 years of existence Bachdenkel only recorded two albums, the first album "Lemmings" was recorded in 1970, but wasn't released until 1973, the second album called "Stalingrad" (in cyrillic letters) was recorded and released in 1977. In the meantime Bachdenkel toured small venues through Europe (mostly France). Bachdenkel started as a Flower Power psychedelic rock band (Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, Beatles, Procol Harum), but developed towards a more symphonic/melodic prog-style for their second album. Their sound is dominated by guitar and drums, with great vocals and occasional keyboard passages.