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IRRLICHT

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.44 | 101 ratings

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philippe
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5 stars This album features fascinating and very cosmic sounds obtained by impressive organ works. The material used here is reduced to its minimum but very efficient. The first track represents the highest point of the album. It introduces us in a total abstracted world full of mysteries with its almost never-ending spiral, which finally stop in apotheose and madness. With no electronic pulse and rhythms, just with a gloomy and distorted atmosphere this record can easily haunt and hypnotize the listener. A great mention to the string orchestra arrengements parts (cosmic, spheric orchestra in the distance) and to the surrounded series of hallucinatory continuous sound forms...A very physical experience!
philippe | 5/5 |

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