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DUNE

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.22 | 59 ratings

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Sachis
3 stars First, I must say: I don't have the Remaster Edition album. The problem with this album is that for me, it ends somewhere over between the minutes 33 and 34... Almost sure. Let's see: we have two tracks. The first is a true avantgarde electronic/symphonic challenge. IMO, Schulze did a good movement bringing Wolfgang Tiepold on cello. Like he did on X with the small string orchestra; the mixture of symphonic/electronic did well again. It's a hard tones electronic symphony and it may be even a little suffocating for some parts of the audience. Not for me...honestly. Schulze did again a great job here. It fits to the book of Frank Herbert. The second track begins very gently, but unfortunately it becomes a poor rhythmic track, almost without an end. For me, I admit it's the most boooooooooring Schulze piece of composition ever!!! I could listened to it entirely only, I don't know, maybe 3 or 4 times, but very, very hard. The choose of the famous Arthur Brown didn't work here IMO. The good point is that the lyrics are quite interesting, but the way they are shown in the music is simply weak. I remembered Schulze doing this again on Dreams on the last track choosing an awful singer...I would recommend this album for the beauty of the first track only!

I will rate 5 stars on Dune and 1 star on Shadows of Ignorance. so....

Sachis | 3/5 |

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