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IRRLICHT

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.44 | 103 ratings

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jobim
5 stars This is still not a proper electronic album, it's made with treated electric organs and mixed with orchestral recordings. Irrlicht is an essential album, one of the most haunting ones made in that early period of German instrumental/electronic music. The most similar albums are Tangerine Dream's Alpha Centauri, from 1971, and Zeit, from 1972, but these are more relaxed then Irrlicht. Irrlicht is raw, mighty and oppressive. Even if you don't like it, Irrlicht has big historical value.
jobim | 5/5 |

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