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Richard Wahnfried


Progressive Electronic

2.34 | 7 ratings

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3 stars Maybe this is not typical Schulze's work, but the result is not so bad. The first two songs are techno-beet-driven avantgarde pieces, and can be viewed as one long poem in two parts, because a lot of similarities. In my opinion this is the best part of the album. The next two songs are slower (and quieter), more ambient and reminds me of some works by Brian Eno in the 90's (though only occasionally), and again, they are very similar. Dissorted emission (cello is most pronounced here) is a techno-krautrock connection with shizoid vocals, much like a longer songs number 6 and 7 . Agamemory style stands out from other songs and I think it could be excluded from the album. And again, it might be a reason for some to accept this song. Arthur Brown's most narrative vocal fits well with the music, but the collaboration on the album Dune gave better results. Conclusion-The first half of the album is somewhat better: 3, the rest of the album: 2 together: -3!
dr.oblivion | 3/5 |


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