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Lunatic Soul – Lunatic Soul

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Lunatic Soul - Lunatic Soul       Amazon: 'Great artists are rarely content to keep repeating themselves, and rarely are they content to exist and create within one genre. So it really wasn’t a surprise that Riversid...

David Bowie – Heroes

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David Bowie - Heroes     Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Repeating the formula of Low's half-vocal/half-instrumental structure, Heroes develops and strengthens the sonic innovations David Bowie and Brian Eno explored on th...

Robert Fripp & Brian Eno – No Pussyfooting

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Robert Fripp & Brian Eno - No Pussyfooting 'Ted Mills' :  At the same time Brian Eno was working on Here Come the Warm Jets, he was flexing his experimental muscle with this album of tape delay manipulation recor...

Tim Hecker – Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again

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Tim Hecker - Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again AMG Review: On Haunt Me Haunt Me, Do It Again, Tim Hecker downshifts from his minimal techno alias, Jetone, to create rich, textured ambient music of the highest order. Des...

Bjork – Homogenic

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Bjork - Homogenic AMG Review: By the late '90s, Björk's playful, unique world view and singular voice became as confining as they were defining. With its surprising starkness and darkness, 1997's Homogenic shatters...

Moondog – Moondog

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Moondog - Moondog AMGF Review: Moondog's second self-titled album (the first one came out in 1956 on the independent jazz label Prestige) was the idiosyncratic composer's first release in 12 years, and it shows how m...

Michael Brook – Hybrid

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Michael Brook - Hybrid AMG Review: The mid-'80s proved to be a prolific and exploratory time for the producer/performer team of Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, who this time out take guitarist Michael Brook under thei...

Jean Michel Jarre – Equinoxe

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Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe was the second major-label album release by French musician Jean Michel Jarre, in late 1978. The album reflects a day in the life of a human being, from morni...

Jean Michel Jarre – Oxygene

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Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene Wikipedia: Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (English: "oxygen") is an album of instrumental electronic music composed, produced, and performed by the French composer Jean Michel Jarre. It was f...

Popol Vuh – Hosianna Mantra

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"Hosianna Mantra" by Popol Vuh AMG review: Florian Fricke pioneered the use of synthesizers in German rock, but by the time of Hosianna Mantra he had abandoned them (eventually selling his famous Moog to Klaus Schulz...

Tangerine Dream – Rubycon

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      Glenn Swan: 'The members of Tangerine Dream continued to hone their craft as pioneers of the early days of electronica, and the mid-'70s proved to be a time of prosperity and musical growth for the trio of Chris...

Kraftwerk – Autobahn

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Kraftwerk - Autobahn Jerry McCulley:  'Though they'd recorded three previous albums, Kraftwerk's modern pop legacy starts with the sounds of a few footsteps and a slamming car door--the beginning of a 22-minute music...