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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Südseewellen (7:02)
2. Reiselust (5:52)
3. Schwarze Augen (4:53)
4. Lucky Stars (5:53)
5. Lichtermeer (5:08)
6. Gloria (5:57)
7. Happy-End (4:42)

CD bonus tracks from 1993
8. Südseewellen - Radio Dance Remix (3:48)
9. Lucky Stars - Radio Dance Remix (3:59)
10. Trance-Atlantik (5:22)
11. Südseewellen - Ambient Remix (5:35)

Total Time: 58:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Rother / guitars and effects

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CD Random / SPV (SPV084-26132CD)

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MICHAEL ROTHER Traumreisen ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
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Review by philippe
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1 stars After the dissolution of Neu! Due to a conflictual relationship with Klaus Dinger, Michael Rother launched his career in solo. He first made three mesmerizing albums for ambient / minimalist guitar style (Fammende Herzen, Sterntaler, Katzenmusik). Unfortunately, after that the man painfully reiterates his experience with a serie of passable albums. Released in 1987, Traumensen is one of them. Compositions are always presented in a beautiful, detached, monotonous tone, mixing guitars with electronic effects, however the alchemy doesn't work. The sound is too sophisticated, tracks are too soft, less refined than previously. Unessential

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