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Ash Ra Tempel

 

Krautrock

3.66 | 37 ratings

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AléxandrosDemos
3 stars I know this is just me, but i cant stand the "electronic sound" in music, to my ears it sounds too "new age music" (which, for my taste, its not good at all, with some exceptions of course, but this is not one of them). I like a lot there 70´s sound (even the less prog plaques), but i can barely tolerate this electro-new age thing; to me it sounds like ENIGMA (Michael Cretu project) doing an "electronic jam", pointless extending beats for more than 20 minutes. The best cut surely is the title track, which blends guitar landscapes (quasi-oriental arrangements) with (again, damn) new age beats; it suggests a very mysterious and attention-demanding "dialogue" between Göttsching guitar and Schulze synthesizers.
AléxandrosDemos | 3/5 |

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