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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

4.22 | 287 ratings

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5 stars Timewind is the album that I head Klaus Schulze first time in late 90's, and it should be logical why after listening to it. The atmosphere that Klaus Schulze is able to create on Timewind is fantastic: warm, creepy, alienated, lonely, enigmatic. The synthesized choir sounds caried by the rough wind, bleak pulsing, and sounds of possibly arctic birds echoing through the soundscape on this album. Both tracks have a enigmatic feel coated with spatial loneliness, the sound is very full. The synth is very prominent here among the other electronics, so fans of symphonic progressive rock should find much to enjoy here. If you're looking for a great starter-point for becoming a Klaus Schulze fan, this is most likely the best choice. Highly recommended.
Wasabian | 5/5 |


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