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CYBORG

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.75 | 96 ratings

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nisandzic
3 stars Well, it deserves four stars, but I am sure many listeners would be doomed and dissapointed, as this is realla heavily experimental work. Klaus goes to areas of sound where noone has been before. He creates unique drones, good ambient sounds, but, if you concentrate to listen this, you might not come to the end, especialy if you are impatient. On the first listens, I felt strange, as I did not want to listen such a weird music. I thought: "My God! Have I gone insane?" But, wait a bit... This soundscape can reach listeners to the point where one can feel deep peace and pleasant zones. Good, but not that much essential for prog rock. Historically, very important. My favourite is the last one, as it is most dynamical. It is not machines and borgs anymore, it is pleasant dream within this one.
nisandzic | 3/5 |

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