Cluster '71 songs Product Information
Cluster '71 album for sale by Cluster was released Feb 21, 2006 on the Water Music label. Progressive music, space rock, or industrial noise--unlike their contemporaries in Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream, there's no discernible human presence lurking behind Cluster's early albums, with their open-ended and often breathtaking sweeps of arrhythmic synthesized and analog sound. Cluster '71 CD music The duo's pioneering music still sounds enigmatic, decades after its first release. On the outer edge of German space rock, "Cluster '71" stands as a testament to minimalist "cosmische" music. Cluster '71 buy CD music The three untitled tracks are exploratory, ever-changing pieces with focuses on guitar distortion and synthesizer wails, though each goes far bey Liner Note Author: Stephen Liffe. Cluster '71 songs Recording information: Hamburg (01/1971); Star Musik-Studios, Hamburg, Germany (01/1971). Photographer: Idee AG. Cluster: Moebius (Hawaiian steel guitar, organ); Roedelius (cello, organ). Personnel: Dieter Moebius, Roedelius (synthesizer). Record Collector (magazine) (p. 86) - "[The tracks] burnish weaving textures and patterns that contain lessons for all manner of modern electronic artists working today."
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Uncut (magazine) (p. 85) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The three untitled movements form a galactic symphony of epic, theophanic proportions."
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||A great listen|
I was 9 when this stuff came out and it's amazing to listen to now. Three instrumental tracks totally unradio friendly but amazing. No synthesizers used but you would swear that you hear them. some industrial sounds. Very interesting listen.
By Jim (Winnipeg, MB canada)
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Cluster '71 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7001383|
|Release Date||Feb 21, 2006|
|Producer||Cluster; Conrad Plank; Pat Thomas (Reissue)|
|Recording Time||44 minutes||