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TONE FLOAT

Organisation

 

Krautrock

3.16 | 80 ratings

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craig4
5 stars This is the pre Kraftwerk album, and probably the most underated album from the German Music scene and Organisation was the name of the outlet at the time not Kraftwerk.

May not be a Progheads favourite and not my personal favourite either as I have strong passion for Electronica and Prog Metal, but the Proto Prog/Prog era had a lot to offer.

A cult Kraut classic in it's very own right Indeed and is up there with the pioneering experimental German Rock scene and Can and Tangerine Dream were also the predecessors in this subject too, a Proto Kraut classic that is a must hear for all people who like underground and obsurred Progressive music.

Tone Float takes half the vinyl here, nothing new here as many other Prog Bands have also done this it is mainly percussion orientated and is a great masterpiece.

My other favourites include Rhythm Salad which has lovely flute works and is a funky track IMHO.

A great underated cult classic and Hutter and Schneider moves on and progresses on with another Kraut band and soon to be electronic pioneers PowerPlant well to you and me..yes that's Kraftwerk I'm talking about, Kraut fans / Obsurred fans will have the most pleasure out of this.. a criminally rare gem that should get an official release.

craig4 | 5/5 |

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