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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

2.68 | 44 ratings

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3 stars The participation to superb and definitely huge albums from Klaus is quite brilliant and unprecedented as far as I am concerned. For the novice fan who would be willing to enter his mighty work, it is of course wise to recommend his fabulous, and wonderful albums of the seventies (up to "Mirage").

Prior to this one, the eighties were a consistent and globally good effort, but no more. I wouldn't say that this "Dreams" are overwhelming me with great passion. The man has used me to so much better music, so much better soundscapes with extreme and passionate compositions. Still, the title track is awesome: cold, perfect, full of harmony and tact. THE highlight from this album.

While Klaus always brought only excellent pieces of music during his earlier work it is a fact that times have had quite a change on his music (but he was not the only one, right?). To listen to such a weak song as "Flexible" is quite disrespectful as far as a fan can be concerned.

I can't be thrilled with these "Dreams" to be honest. Even the epic "Klaustrophonie" is just shy of his mighty and earlier works. The magic has been erased and another glory of his music has been brought. Not for the best, I'm afraid. The vocal section is just weak and useless. How could such a genius accept these poor contributions?

This album is only a good one. Dear old Klaus has used me to so brilliant and gorgeous albums that I can only be a little disillusioned with this one.

Still, three stars.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |


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