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TONE FLOAT

Organisation

 

Krautrock

3.16 | 80 ratings

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philippe
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4 stars Amazing original Kraftwerk sound before deviations into hypno electro pop. This is free rock meets avant garde music, including a great variety of abstract noises, percussions and organ chords. Contrary to others Kraftwerk albums this one is really groovy and stoned (the catchy, confused and almost jazzy "milk rock"). "Silver Forest" is an esoteric, tripped out experimentation for "primitive" organs sequences. With its charming exotic, percussive appeal and cerebral organic atmosphere, "Tone Float" is a surprising musical piece. The acoustic inspired instrumental ambience of "rythm salad" is clearly enigmatic and immersive. "Noitasinagro" is an expressive, gently psychedelic musical exercise for organs, acoustic percussions and violin; really mysterious and almost incandescent by moments. The track finishes with a ferocious jam, including an interesting rhythmical background. The bonus track "Vor Dem Blauen Rock" is a furious, motorik and rocking jam that can ravish fans of Neu! The track also contains strangely beautiful sound experimentations. Kraftwerk's krautrock side with primitive but really efficient fuzzy/experimental ambiences.
philippe | 4/5 |

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