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3 stars Yet another Krautrock outfit announcing itself on the scene with an album structured around instrumental jamming, Organisation's sole album is pleasant enough... but if Ralf and Florian hadn't gone on to form Kraftwerk, it almost certainly wouldn't be very well remembered, and that obscurity wouldn't be completely unjust. The group show heavy influences from free jazz and world music alike, and Florian's flute work at times is quite engaging, but at the end of the day if you want Krautrock jams showing the influence of Saucerful of Secrets-era Pink Floyd there are better albums out there - Tangerine Dream's debut, for example, does a much better job of establishing its own unique atmosphere, whereas here it doesn't seem like Organisation had much of an idea what sort of mood they were aiming for.

Kraftwerk fans should tread cautiously because this is absolutely nothing like the sort of music that band would become known for, but those who simply can't get enough early Kraut jams will find this one pretty satisfying.

Warthur | 3/5 |


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