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Manuel Göttsching



3.85 | 97 ratings

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4 stars Don't be fooled by the presence of Ash Ra Tempel's name on the cover of some editions of this album; it's all Manuel G'ttsching all the time. Then again, you could have fooled me, because this fits in with the Ash Ra Temple sound of the mid-1970s really neatly. A Krautrock riposte to Fripp and Eno's own guitar-and-sound-processor Frippertronics experiments such as No Pussyfooting and Evening Star, it's a spacey journey in the tradition of the very best of the tripped-out cosmic side of the Krautrock scene. Those who are already familar with G'ttsching's 1970s work through Ash Ra Tempel or the Cosmic Jokers releases and who fancy something in the same mode will be well pleased with this one.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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