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II - Cluster (1972) Full Album

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Published on May 31, 2013

This album closes Moebius & Roedelius early radical experimentations in electronic, guitar/organ works. Compositions are always made of repetitive patterns, simple motifs, noisy and cerebral. However it features a better implication in term of "structures". The electronic exercises are shorter, more controlled. The album starts with a spheric music that surronds you, then it introduces a continuous organ line with perpetual static electronic "tones" and guitar's distortion. This tune van evokes the unit of perception. "Im Suden» used a hypnotic electronic bass pulse / guitar patterns to produce hallucinations inside your ears. Gradually it alternates the sound level of each part. Fascinating and visceral "Brain" music. "Fur Die Katz" combines modulating electric sounds with many electronic noises and effects in the background. The atmosphere obtained is very creepy, calibrated for a real discharge of intensity. "Live In Der Fabrik" is made of a repetitive, concentric, duplicated electric sound with a kind of abstract electric bass sound. Very industrial and chaotic. We can also hear modulating frequency harmonies, feedback in the performance space. "Georgel"is a haunted, dark organ work, irrevocably moving to a serie of changing, beating pitches. A sonic meditation, a pleasant cerebral massage. One of the most incredible, stimulating albums I've heard.
Review by philippe from Prog Archieves: http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp...

Line-up / Musicians
- Dieter Moebius / electric organ, guitars, effects & electronics
- Hans-Joachim Roedelius / electronics




Track List:

1. Plas (0:00)
2. Im Suden (6:20)
3. Fur Die Katz (19:14)
4. Live In Der Fabrik (22:24)
5. Georgel (37:17)
6. Nabitte (42:57)

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