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Dark Side of the Moon 7
Bill Laswell, Pete Namlook, Klaus Schulze
Dark Side of the Moon 7
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop
 
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Limited edition 1999 collaboration between Bill Laswell, Pete Namlook and Klause Schulze. Limited to just 2000 copiesworldwide! 50 minutes long, it contains all six parts of 'Obscured By Klaus'.

      
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All Artists: Bill Laswell, Pete Namlook, Klaus Schulze
Title: Dark Side of the Moon 7
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Efa Imports
Original Release Date: 2/9/1999
Re-Release Date: 2/16/1999
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop
Styles: Ambient, Trance, Reggae, Avant Garde & Free Jazz, Experimental Music, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 718750432629

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Limited edition 1999 collaboration between Bill Laswell, Pete Namlook and Klause Schulze. Limited to just 2000 copiesworldwide! 50 minutes long, it contains all six parts of 'Obscured By Klaus'.
 

CD Reviews

Grandiose, excellent , bravo ....
Felix Matathias | Manhattan, NY, USA | 08/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Grandiose, excellent electronic music. Very different to Schulzes earlier works on space music (Irrlicht, Timewind, Body Love). This work is more straightforward, transparent and clear. It is MODERN electronic music. Some parts are insightfull,tranquile, ambient landscapes while others are powerfull, superb rythmical pieces of mature electronic music. Part I is a magnificent entry to this work. You have to listen to this, I reassure you that you will not be dissapointed. Part II is one of the best electronic music I have ever heard. So controlled, so melodic, so well planned. It is excellent. The beat is well mastered and mixes well with the music and the various effects and choir. It is absolutely perfect. Nostalgic and sublime. Part III is an 18 minutes long ambient landscape. Very Relaxing and very tranquile. In Part IV beat starts again with a mysterious synth-driven melody reminiscent of Kraftwerk. It reaches the point of being epic. Excellent piece.Part V goes slow again for 3 minutes and Part VI, oh man...Part VI is the music of the Gods. An evocative synthesizer is praying for its electronic soul to the spirits of the universe. Very well thought music, at the right proportions. Space music at its best. Higly recommended to all serious listeners. I was surprised by the previous review. The fellow reviewer argues that he felt bad and depressed listening to this music. I guess that he does not have a background in electronic music. If this music made him feel bad then Timewind could be suicidal for him. Stay away my friend from these dangerous paths....See also my other reviews on Klaus Schulze albums. Timewind, Irrlicht and X are on the top of my list."