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3.46 | 19 ratings

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4 stars I love the great diversity of atmospheres delivered on this album, a bit like Eno did in a totally different genre for his album "An other green world". This recording contains short tracks, all of them feature "spacey" electronic effects, "noises" and collages + "moody" & "weird" guitar / piano, accordion sequences often accompanied by a certain dose of humour (closed to Grobschnitt's musical fantasy), notably in lyrics and recitation. Emotionally it clearly oscillates between sad, melancholic songs with haunting, "simplistic" melodies, in majority on this disc ("Nebelwelt", "Bemep Mope", "Kleine Freude", "Das Irrsinnslied"...) and "silly", tasteless songs with no meaning and a lot of "gags". Less interesting than his first self title album but a very nice "theatrical" recording, complementary to Grobschnitt's original symphonic rock.
philippe | 4/5 |


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