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The Dark Side Of The Moog - The Dark Side Of The Moog mp3 flac download

Performer:
The Dark Side Of The Moog
Album:
The Dark Side Of The Moog
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Style:
Electro, Experimental, Ambient
MP3 archive size:
1281 mb
FLAC archive size:
1491 mb
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Rating:
4.9
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498

The predominance of sequencing can also be found in the follow-up live album Dziękuję Poland Live '83, although many of its tracks are re-workings of those to be found on Audentity  . The Dark Side of the Moog is a Klaus Schulze collaboration with Pete Namlook (joined also by Bill Laswell on volumes 4 to 7). Each title is a distortion of Pink Floyd song and album titles.

Recorded at Moldau Studio, September 1993. Although there are 10 physical tracks, the album is meant to be played as one single piece (like many earlier FAX albums). Sub-tracks are not mentioned in the release. Their duration was taken from cd-player. According to "The Works", made by Klaus D. Müller, the release date is the 10 of October and it was recorded from 8 to 11 of September 1994 in Hambühren.

Although there are 10 physical tracks, the album is meant to be played as one single piece (like many earlier FAX albums). Sub-tracks are not mentioned in the release

The influential German artists Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook collaborated for The Dark Side of the Moog series. This part is another great effort in which sounds of nature, churches and spaceships are combined. During the different songs the album is developing from quiet sounds to more progressive use of the synths. The pioneering German music composer Klaus Schulze created over 60 albums during his career, which started back in 1969. Pete Namlook is another German composer which played a big part in the way electronic music became popular. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.

The given times of both the single tracks of an album as well as the complete albums are only approximations. We do not mention if there is a difference of a few seconds between the CD and the LP release respectively, as we do not mention many other variations, irregularities or characteristics. Much more detailed information can be found in The Works

Complex re-release of the most remarkable and worldwide sought after series The Dark Side Of The Moog by German electronic pioneers Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook (aka Peter Kuhlmann) in three slip lid boxsets, each with 5 CDs, incl. bonus material and new linernotes. The third box contains Vol. 9 to Vol. 11 and two bonus CDs.

This CD traces the growth of the series and includes the now-famous Robert Moog introduction from Vol. 5. These three visionaries have created a series that rates as some of the best space music ever to grace a disc changer. Gathering pieces from the entire set into one disc is a stroke of genius and as exciting as anything. This is neither psychoactive nor psychoacoustic. It is almost perfect space music for cadets and even for casual fans. It is essential even for collectors with the entire set on hand already.

Tracklist

Wish You Were There (51:21)
Untitled 5:01
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 5:00
Untitled 6:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PK 08/96 The Dark Side Of The Moog The Dark Side Of The Moog ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Fax +49-69/450464 PK 08/96 Germany 1994
aw 004 Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze - The Dark Side Of The Moog ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ambient World aw 004 Germany 1995
AW 004 Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze - The Dark Side Of The Moog ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ambient World AW 004 Germany 2003
MOVLP 2101 Klaus Schulze • Pete Namlook Klaus Schulze • Pete Namlook - The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 1 ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Music On Vinyl MOVLP 2101 Netherlands 2018
none The Dark Side Of The Moog The Dark Side Of The Moog ‎(10xFile, MP3, 320) Fax +49-69/450464 none Germany Unknown


  • I agree to all comments. That is why I decided not to buy the rework on vinyl, because they were never meant to be released on vinyl. So is the mixing and at last the editing. The original albums don't fit on vinyl. I have bought a few years ago the Box Sets and they sounding very well and the artwork is pretty nice. It's a shame, that the music industry riding the hype of vinyl to death, believing everything should be re-released on vinyl even though most of the recorded music from the 90s up to today wasn't mixed for vinyl. This is one reason why so many reissues sounding worse than MP3. Shame on the music business.

  • The track times match the CD version but I agree the vinyl edit could've done better. Maybe it was a license issue? All 4 albums sound great though.

  • Yep as stated below, stupidest editing to vinyl format I have come across in a long time. I would expect this type of rubbish from a dodgy bootleg.

  • I was so happy to found this album pressed for the first time in vinyl, twenty five years after the original CD version. The cover looks even better but still very respectfull from the original. The pressing is great and any kind of remastering aren't specified . But then comes the edit... and it's a real disaster. Each side is edited in a way you cannot understand. In fact Part 3 start curiously at the end of the A-Side and fade with brutality after one minute...?? The B-Side start also in fade, with the same brutality in the middle of the part 3 and maybe 10-15 seconds of the Part 3 are missing from A side to the other side. It is the same from B-side to C-side with Part 6 and C-side to D-side with Part 9. It is really disturbing and it's breaking the flow of the entire album. So sad.

  • WOW... за столько лет прослушивания музыки в данном жанре, считая, что всю красоту этого мира я вкусила... но я была настолько убита этим альбомом.. это просто любовь!!!

  • No comments?This was the first fax release i listened to, and the first time i had heard Namlook's work. What a great introduction this was. This release stands as one of the most haunting & beautiful pieces of music i have ever heard. Far from being background music, this had me with my eyes closed and at full attention; reveling in the sound. I can't explain it in any other way, so if you haven't already, do yourself a favor and give this a listen.It's on youtube but can be listened to in higher quality on spotify.