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4.07 | 141 ratings

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5 stars One of the most perfect synth/guitar albums of the 1970s, a must for any lover of ambient textures and chilled out atmospheres. Unlike a lot of lesser practitioners, Manuel Gottsching understands that 'chilled out' does not have to equal 'tedious'. The tracks on this album are hypnotic, multi layered and (if you're in the right frame of mind) trance inducing. A true master of the electric guitar, on this album Gottsching only uses it sparingly but when his axe is heard it speaks volumes. In a sane universe this would be more popular than Tangerine Dream.
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