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IRRLICHT

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

3.44 | 101 ratings

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3 stars The most interesting thing about this album is the presence of an orchestra. What could they have thought about all this electronic "noise" they were asked to play to? Must have been interesting for them. This album does not feature any synthesizers, which I think demonstrates just how far ahead of his time Klaus Schulze was. Certainly not an easy listen for those not fond of minimalism, it certainly sets the tone for following album, Cyborg. I am always surprised that I like Schulze music as much as I do, but it probably is a result of my enjoyment of Pink Floyds more formless excursions, such as the middle section of Echoes. Anyway, this is probably not the best place to start with Klaus, but certainly something you will want to get if you like his later works, to see where it all began.
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