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3.17 | 4 ratings

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Sean Trane
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3 stars Was a reformation of Cluster really needed in the new millennium??? Furthermore could the duo of Moebius and Roedelius sound as useful or pertinent as they did in the 70's? This album comes out in a batch of records from the Important Records label that included some Kluster albums and recently a bunch of Faust albums have seen the light of day (another label), so I've been inspecting whether these new releases are really worth sitting besides the older albums on your shelves.

Just two tracks on this live album totalling 66 minutes and these could've come out out of Cluster 71 or 2 (but not Zuckerzeit), that they'd have made you believe this was a posthumous release of let's say.. 73 or something along that line. Two lengthy tracks filled with drones, sequencers and other electronic effects.. Doesn't that remind you of something??

Sooooo this album is probably much worth it for unconditional Cluster, even more for the early Cluster, but most more-mainstream progheads will probably dislike this kind of album, but early Krautrock fans should love it.

Sean Trane | 3/5 |


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