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CYBORG

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.75 | 100 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars Although Klaus's previous album, Irrlicht, was supposedly based on the same concept that inspired Tangerine Dream's Zeit, it's Cyborg that forms a much better response from it. Klaus Schulze takes the four side-long tracks structure of Zeit and strips it of all organic instruments, leaving only his synthesisers to create these great, glacial walls of sound within which buzzing, bleeping machines go about their business. Like Zeit, it's one of those albums where you really need to give it time to do its magic in the background rather than dipping in and out of it. This is the album which set Klaus onto the synth-dominated path the rest of his career will take, so fans of Schulze's works have little excuse not to listen to this essential chapter in his story.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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