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Conrad Schnitzler


Progressive Electronic

3.24 | 19 ratings

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1 stars Electronics, weird electronic collages, synthetic bizzareries, popping, bopping, burping, and all kind of strange electronic prehistoric sounds like if a thousand of those first generation mobile phones where gathered to ring together added to my big brother's "Yard's Revenge" atari 2600 video game sounds. In other words this is quite unbearable and unesthetic music, as open minded as I can get, I can't really force myself into appreciating such an esquisite album, even considering and admitting it's historical importance and having a lot of interest in such a great scene as the German one, this is still a difficult one.

Now don't fool me, krautrock and the german scene in general get's me really into the skin and I generally always get my mind blowed when confronted to such great mind music, if you are into german vintage electronic progressive, I would rather recommend Kluster, Cluster, Limbus, Liliental, or some other Moebius works instead of this one ;-)

samhob | 1/5 |


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