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This is the re-issue of the Wahnfried/Klaus Schulze album "Trance 4 Motion", which was originally released in the year 2000 as part of the strictly limited and long deleted "Contemporary Works" boxset. For over two decades, Klaus Schulze's alter- ego Richard Wahnfried has been making memorable and timeless music and there are no signs of it stopping yet. The tense, rhythmic counterplay of "Local Scanning" sets the tone for the album; early versions of the track, containing electric guitars and vocals, are cast aside and the music proceeds with minimal sequences, heavy percussion and the sort of effective filter modulations that only a Moog wizard like Wahnfried is able to create. The next track "Aphrodesire" takes the same tone as "Local Scanning", yet builds on it and and excites with hypnotic effect. For the last track, "Global Midication", Cologne-based collective Solar Moon (with engineer Tom Dams) collaborate with Klaus to add an air of relentless, timeless modernity. Another pearl from the huge Schulze Cosmos
This is the re-issue of the Wahnfried/Klaus Schulze album "Trance 4 Motion", which was originally released in the year 2000 as part of the strictly limited and long deleted "Contemporary Works" boxset. For over two decades, Klaus Schulze's alter- ego Richard Wahnfried has been making memorable and timeless music and there are no signs of it stopping yet. The tense, rhythmic counterplay of "Local Scanning" sets the tone for the album; early versions of the track, containing electric guitars and vocals, are cast aside and the music proceeds with minimal sequences, heavy percussion and the sort of effective filter modulations that only a Moog wizard like Wahnfried is able to create. The next track "Aphrodesire" takes the same tone as "Local Scanning", yet builds on it and and excites with hypnotic effect. For the last track, "Global Midication", Cologne-based collective Solar Moon (with engineer Tom Dams) collaborate with Klaus to add an air of relentless, timeless modernity. Another pearl from the huge Schulze Cosmos
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Trance 4 Motion [Digipak] [Reissue] (Ger)
Artist: Klaus Schulze
Format: CD
New: In Stock $21.99
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DISC: 1

1. Local Scanning
2. Aphrodesire
3. Global Midication (Solar Moon Remix)

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This is the re-issue of the Wahnfried/Klaus Schulze album "Trance 4 Motion", which was originally released in the year 2000 as part of the strictly limited and long deleted "Contemporary Works" boxset. For over two decades, Klaus Schulze's alter- ego Richard Wahnfried has been making memorable and timeless music and there are no signs of it stopping yet. The tense, rhythmic counterplay of "Local Scanning" sets the tone for the album; early versions of the track, containing electric guitars and vocals, are cast aside and the music proceeds with minimal sequences, heavy percussion and the sort of effective filter modulations that only a Moog wizard like Wahnfried is able to create. The next track "Aphrodesire" takes the same tone as "Local Scanning", yet builds on it and and excites with hypnotic effect. For the last track, "Global Midication", Cologne-based collective Solar Moon (with engineer Tom Dams) collaborate with Klaus to add an air of relentless, timeless modernity. Another pearl from the huge Schulze Cosmos
        
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