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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

2.65 | 41 ratings

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2 stars Dreams starts as uninspired as any other mid 80's Schulze album. But when we get to the title track, magic happens. Out of the unimaginative dross that preceded it, comes this gorgeous track propelling us back right into the magic universe of 'X'. The track sounds very much as if it could have come from that album, no sequencing, just a myriad of synths waving a vast texture like only Shulze can conjure up. One of his best tracks ever.

Also the Klaustrophony track starts off nicely but it breaks out of it's enchantment by the time the drum machine kicks in. I never understood why Schulze (nor Tangerine Dream) realized they completely failed at programming drum machines. They should have abandoned doing it after a few unfruitful tries. Their rhythms are tepid, lame and cheesy and bring down all tracks they feature in. Well, except for Dreams then, even the rhythm is wonderful here.

Bonnek | 2/5 |


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