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Din A Testbild


Progressive Electronic

3.92 | 3 ratings

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4 stars Way back in the early 80s my very good friend Jorgen worked and still does for the national Danish Radio Broadcasting.He had access to the library and had this incredible knack of picking some amazing music to borrow by looking at the covers.On top of my head Group 87 was the best one,but this one is an amazing runner up.

Don't know much about Mark Eins the 'singer/lyricist,but this album,though not mentioned here,I am pretty sure Klaus Schulze did the the music and the sounds.It certainly sounds incredibly like him.

Now.when my buddy played this for me it sounded different when he played compared to when I played it at my home.Confusingly this looked liked a regular LP,but it was actually an LP looking album ,but it was like a maxi played at 45 RPMs.Now I did not know that and played it on 33 RPMs,and it sounded amaazingly trippy compared to the sped up version.So if you like trippy Bauman,Schulze and Tangerine Dream with a trippy wacked out singer(talker),this is a coup.And especially if you like albums you can play on as dual speeds,this one is one of a kind.

Now for the rating. 45 RPMs as it was supposed to be-3***

33 RPMs by fault,this is an amazing 4 ****.

For albums you can play on 2 speeds and still sound good on either.5*****

gr8dane | 4/5 |


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