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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.44 | 101 ratings

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3 stars First off, a word of warning: skip track one. Actually, start at track two, then scan back about a minute or two, since there's a segue between the tracks. You'll get all you need to hear of track one, which is basically a simplistic (LOUD) organ solo fed through effects. Track two has some wonderfully spacy effects, and is over before you know it. Track three is a long floater that predates Eno's ambient stuff by several years (to be fair, it's not really that similar to Eno's stuff, but it works as a reference point). This is an early effort, so the sound quality is a bit inferior. Not a great album, but different from other KS albums. Since his albums tend to sound alike, that's a plus.
soundsweird | 3/5 |


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