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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.57 | 185 ratings

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2 stars Debut solo album of Schulze is a pioneering work of ambient-noise "Kosmische Musik". It's pretty similar to the concurrent TANGERINE DREAM's period (Alpha-Zeit-Atem). It consists of long electronic pieces of noisy mood music that was to define the genre of electronic prog. It can be boring though, if you are not into this kind of music. It is very static, minimalist approach, very avant- garde for the period but ultimately not providing full listening joy. I would say, this album is mostly for the connossieres of the electronic/space music. If you like TD's "Zeit" you will probably like "Irrlicht" too. Alas, I am not the one.


P.A. RATING: 2/5

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