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MOONDAWN

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.69 | 128 ratings

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Warthur
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3 stars I'd be fascinated to know the circumstances under which Harold Grosskopf ended up providing drums and percussion for this Schulze album, because typically Klaus had proved perfectly capable of providing that himself. Was he meant to be there all along, or was he added as an afterthought to try and spice up the compositions? Either way, I don't think the album manages to be quite as mindblowing and successful as the preceding Timewind. It opts for a quieter style which had already been mastered by the likes of Tangerine Dream or Eno, and yet doesn't manage to produce anything particularly memorable or distinctive with it. Electronic prog lovers will probably get a decent amount of enjoyment from this but it doesn't cry out to be at the top of anyone's electronic prog checklist.
Warthur | 3/5 |

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