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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

2.68 | 44 ratings

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2 stars By the mid-1980s Klaus Schulze's releases were coming thick and fast - like many other New Age keyboard gurus who were likewise flooding the market. In retrospect, this rapid release of material enabled by electronic recording technologies was probably detrimental to the progressive electronic scene as a whole; because the market was so inundated with material from artists making a large number of releases, other artists had to release a heap of albums themselves in order to prevent their own efforts being completely swamped. How much blame Klaus himself bears for this situation is impossible to ascertain: though his prolific early years certainly set a precedent for it, at least his 1970s releases maintained a generally high standard, but it was clear by Dreams that he couldn't keep up. A more unimaginative collection of New Age electronic cliches you couldn't hope to find.
Warthur | 2/5 |


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