Can was founded in 1968 by Irmin Schmidt, Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli and Jaki Liebezeit who formed a group which would utilize and transcend all boundaries of ethnic, electronic experimental and modern classical music. Throughout the changing eras of the band, they enlisted the talents of different powerful singers like Malcom Mooney and Damo Suzuki and collaborators such as Reebob Kwaku and Rosko Gee. Can’s wide-reaching influence has never diminished, and their indelible mark is apparent in subsequent acts who freely acknowledge their importance – from Portishead, James Murphy, New Order, Factory Floor, Public Image Ltd, Mogwai, Kanye West and Radiohead to John Lydon, The Fall, Ariel Pink, Fuck Buttons, Sonic Youth, Factory Floor and Queens Of The Stone Age. Originally issued in 1970, Can's second official album, Soundtracks, offers up an excellent collection of title songs and soundtracks for which the band wrote the music including material from Cream, Deadlock, Bottom, Deep End and Madchen mit Gewalt. The 7-song set features contributions from both the band's original singer Malcolm Mooney and Kenji "Damo" Suzuki who would take up the mantle on Can's next three albums Tago Mago (1971), Ege Bamyasi (1972) and Future Days (1973).