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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:37 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

the only schulze album i like is the one he done with andreas grosser which was babel,
and the title track on the dreams album.

as for TD, the years '70-'80 does it for me.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:51 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

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the only schulze album i like is the one he done with andreas grosser which was babel,
and the title track on the dreams album.

as for TD, the years '70-'80 does it for me.


I used to own Babel. I didn't like it at all.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:44 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

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I used to own Babel. I didn't like it at all.

i sold off my entire schulze collection except babel. but, i see it
is now fetching silly money on ebay, so... i may sell it!

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Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:09 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

the 'bad albums' by both TD and KS are just bad...
(I used inverted commas as I did not want to open up the arguments over which ones are bad as it comes down to personal preference).

I prefer TD/KS over JMJ/V though....

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:33 am    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

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Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing


Certainly neither are masterpieces,
but I'd have to take Beyond Recall over Rockoon Wink

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« Jon » wrote:
Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing


Certainly neither are masterpieces,
but I'd have to take Beyond Recall over Rockoon Wink


Big City Dwarves, Red Roadster and the title track are all great tracks IMO.

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« Syn » wrote:
the only schulze album i like is the one he done with andreas grosser which was babel,


This is a good one, atypical, long and which changes little by little, and you find yourself in the devastated Babel at the end of the piece and wonder "how did we come to this point" as the piece progression is slow and well done. This is "repetitive music in constant evolution". As any good repetitive music, I guess.

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« Jon » wrote:
Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing

Beyond Recall was my very first Schulze album. I bought it around the time it was released, and at the time it was a mystical album for me. I was not used to this kind of music, and it instantly caught my interest. So for nostalgic reasons it is still one of my favourite Schulze albums (hence my avatar). But albums like Dziekuje Poland, Trancefer, En=Trance and especially "X" and Inter*Face are in hindsight stronger. I still love Beyond Recall for what it did for me though.

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« Thomas » wrote:
« Jon » wrote:
Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing

Beyond Recall was my very first Schulze album. I bought it around the time it was released, and at the time it was a mystical album for me. I was not used to this kind of music, and it instantly caught my interest. So for nostalgic reasons it is still one of my favourite Schulze albums (hence my avatar). But albums like Dziekuje Poland, Trancefer, En=Trance and especially "X" and Inter*Face are in hindsight stronger. I still love Beyond Recall for what it did for me though.


The first Schulze album I bought was Timewind, must have been around 1977 about two years after its release

for me it was and still is synthesizer ‘heaven’....

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 23, 2019 11:05 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

« Vignoble @ Co. » wrote:
« Thomas » wrote:
« Jon » wrote:
Just bought Schulze's Beyond Recall. Geez, what a dull work. Give me Rockoon every day. Laughing

Beyond Recall was my very first Schulze album. I bought it around the time it was released, and at the time it was a mystical album for me. I was not used to this kind of music, and it instantly caught my interest. So for nostalgic reasons it is still one of my favourite Schulze albums (hence my avatar). But albums like Dziekuje Poland, Trancefer, En=Trance and especially "X" and Inter*Face are in hindsight stronger. I still love Beyond Recall for what it did for me though.


The first Schulze album I bought was Timewind, must have been around 1977 about two years after its release

for me it was and still is synthesizer ‘heaven’....


I can second that, Vignoble. My first KS was "The Dome Event", but its "Timewind" that has a special place in my heart (it was actually my second KS). Nothing wrong with "Beyond Recall" either, though. Wink

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