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DIGITAL DREAM

Neuronium

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3.57 | 11 ratings | 2 reviews | 27% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1980

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Flying Over Kai-Tak (Part One And Part Two) (25:29)
2. Privilege (4:12)
3. Les Tours Du Silence (17:15)

Total time 46:56

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Line-up / Musicians

- Michel Huygen / piano, synthesizer, vocoder
- Carlos Guirao / synthesizer
- Santi Picó / guitar, synthesizer (3)

Releases information

LP Neuronium Records, Auvi L8 NE36 (1980, Spain)
MC Neuronium Records C8 NE37 (1980, Spain)

CD Martana 880001 (1988, Spain)

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NEURONIUM Digital Dream ratings distribution


3.57
(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(27%)
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Review by Dobermensch
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3 stars 'Neuronium' were clearly a copy-cat, three man band plagiarising Klaus Schulze using every cliche in the book. At time of release in '79 (unlike the headliner which says 1980). this sounds very 1977 'Klaus' which should cheer up all 'Schulze' fans wondering where on earth to turn to after 'X' .

What went wrong with Schulze's recordings after after this period? Many say his use of digital technology replacing dirty old analogue.

'Digital Dream' is in no way original, but they use absolutely everything Schulze would exercise circa '75-78 making this the missing link for fans of aforementioned artist.

The front cover depicted is the old ugly one. I've got the 1990 cd version which displays a spooky painting in the style of Schulze's 'Irrlicht'. This is much better than looking at bearded guys.

Plagiarism abounds, but Spanish band 'Neuronium' give us what Schulze should have sounded like in '79. Some nice arpeggiators and highly softened electric guitars see us out in a pleasant way. It's pretty good.

Review by Modrigue
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars One of my favorite from the spanish band, and the first one with a good balance between the tracks.

"Flying Over Kai-Tak" shows heavy influences from Berlin's electronic school. Parts one and two respectively sound like good old 70's KLAUS SCHULZE and TANGERINE DREAM. This 25 minutes piece is certainly not innovative for 1980 and a bit too long, but quite good. "Privilege" is the short track of the record. It consists in a soft melancholic melody, with a more accessible, although dated, sound. The most beautiful passage comes with "Les Tours Du Silence". A smooth and dreamy ambient tune, with a superb leitmotiv finale.

As a conclusion, although not groundbreaking, "Digital Dream" should please 70's progressive electronic fans.

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