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Popol Vuh



3.15 | 102 ratings

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3 stars This album has not aged well. When first I encountered this album in the 80's, its weirdness and ambience were refreshing. But time and experience can change things....

Basically a beginner's exploration of a modular moog system disguised as an electronic soundscape, Florian does not get much out of a difficult but remarkable instrument. He may have realized this himself, as he (thankfully) sold this machine to someone who had many more ideas: Klaus Schulze.

A curiosity of electronic music more than an essential piece that you must have. Many have done the Moog more justice. Still, it can make for some interesting late night listening as you drift off. Cool, but not essential. 2.5 stars

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