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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Urlaub Unter Psalmen (5:56)
2. Beten, Tanzen, Küssen (4:49)
3. Wo Es Immer Regnet (5:13)
4. Im Lichtorgelparadies (5:26)
5. Der Himmel Ist Voll (3:58)
6. Karfreitagskarpfen Und Dolce Vita (5:30)
7. Sing Die Apokalypse (12:01)
8. Die Tragische Nummer (4:36)
9. Ich Bau Dir Ein Museum (8:01)

Total time 55:30

Line-up / Musicians

- Stephan Otten / drums, programming, synthesizers, voice
- Oliver Klemm / guitars, synthesizers, piano

Releases information

Released 27 February 2015 by Denovali on CD and Vinyl
Digital album on Bandcamp

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Review by admireArt
4 stars If Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream gave birth to a child that hanged around with Alan Parsons...

The simplistic nature of Kraftwerk's structures, tutored by the deep dynamic multi moods of TD's 70's cosmic electronics plus the less art more audiences approach of Alan Parsons' could be three quick references to describe this Sankt Otten - "Engtanz Depression", 2015.

But the child turned out to be quiet gifted when it came to song writing and the apple really did fell quiet apart from its trees. And that is what makes this "salad bowl" of influences so thrilling.

So expect a balanced blend of musical influences, detailed with "modern electronic" stylings, constructed with rich and hypnotic, sometimes slow paced trance like , others raw and obscure, others brighter and robotic, others purely "cosmic" environments, threaded along with attractive and creative (unlike Kraftwerk's) melody lines that provide the Sankt Otten seal to each piece.

Surprisingly addictive ****4 PA stars.

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