Swiss group Oz Urugulu is one of the most original and exciting bands out there today. Citing weird food, old video games, and bad movies as major influences, the band is a mixed bag of odd styles and approaches. In zappaesque fashion, the instrumental Oz Urugulu demonstrate with their uncompromising and self-ironic second album "Fashion and Welfare", how the most adverse genres can be melted into something quite wonderful. Prog rock, jazz, oriental or film music - this band is hard to put your finger on. Immerse yourself for 56 minutes into these carefully crafted and joyfully experimental compositions.
A workman is accidentally sent into outer space, where he meets an alien that can make himself invisible. They return to Earth in the year 2447. Complications ensue.
In 1925, in Germany, Fritz Haarmann is a homosexual, thief and sneak, having a special license from the police. He sells meat in the black market. He also kills boys and young men, drinking their blood, quarter-sewing their bodies and throwing away the parts in a river. Certainly what he sells in the black market is human meat.