|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Sturmflut||7||Audio||2008||Garden Of Delights|
|5||43 Minutes||9||Audio||2004||Mason Records|
|8||43 Minuten||9||Audio||2013||Missing Vinyl|
Os Mundi are one of the most important key bands of the early Berlin Krautrock scene. They were rooted in the bands: Safebreakers (1962+) and Orange Surprise, changing into Os Mundi circa 1969/70. The band's initials OS gave rise to the name Os Mundi, Latin for "The World" - apt when their debut LP was called "A Latin Mass".
Os Mundi played heavy psychedelic prog moving onto more fusion realms with their second LP. A third album was never properly completed, although the band did exist on and off until 1980. In addition to 2 classic LP's and an archive CD, unreleased live recordings also exist from 1972 and 1979.
Undocumented members include: Steve Jolliffe in an early line-up (before Steamhammer and Tangerine Dream), Ute Kannenberg from Metropolis, and Agitation Free main-man Michael Günther was in later incarnations.