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KLAR got started as a three-piece rock project by Vladimír VÁCLAVEK (guitar, bass, voices), Volkmar MIEDTKE (drums, keyboards, voices), and Dominik MOHR (guitar, voices). They released two albums via Rachot Behémót - 'Motten' (1995) and 'Live CZ' (1997; recorded as a completely new album on stage in Czech Republic). After a long hibernation, KLAR came back to the scene with their third album 'Between Coma And Consciousness' released via a novel label Ginkgo Biloba Edition in 2002 and were disbanded without any notice.

Vladimír is currently passing KLAR's songs down to coming fans in his new project by his solo output under his name, Vladimír Václavek.

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 Motten by KLAR album cover Studio Album, 1995
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Klar Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by mellotronman

3 stars Klar's debut, Motten, is a deranged mixture of various world musics and psychedelia from different decades, the overall impression being of a band who refuse to be constrained by 'traditional' forms or mainstream views on what an album should sound like. Better tracks include Einleitung, Pise N, Intermezzo and Green White Ghost, but almost everything here is worth hearing, barring maybe the brief Drei Idioten, a druggy 'joke' track. For those who love the instrument, there's real Mellotron to be heard on a few tracks, too. Symphonic prog fans are unlikely to get much out of this, but those into the more psych/space end of things may enjoy it.
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