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Exil Sils Maria

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  1. Dourg says:
    Jan 25,  · "Exil Sils Maria" is music for contemplating the void, the soundtrack to an endless alien abyss recalling the cyclopean vistas of an H.P. Lovecraft cosmology. These days, the popularity of serious electronic music is in direct proportion to its level of discernable melody: witness the very mixed reactions in this forum to the often amorphous.
  2. Tojacage says:
    Exil Sils Maria is entirely different in sound, it uses heavily processed violin samples and other sounds instead of the organ that dominated the preceding chapters. The constant flow of almost atonal sound gives it a very heavy and depressing feel. The edition features a /5(18).
  3. Mazujora says:
    May 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Storm Dive Memories - (music by Klaus Schulze - Satz - Exil Sils Maria) YouTube Klaus Schulze - Die kunst, Hundert Jahre alt zu werden (Studio ) - .
  4. Vojind says:
    Klaus Schulze - Satz Exil Sils Maria - Irrlicht (Brain) am Johan Tronestam - Moonchild (Back to the Moon) - Next Step (Groove Unlimited) K Markov - Strange Mission - Mystic Journey (self released) Havdis - Horisont - Flugloya (gterma) Simon Posford - The Ripening - Flux & Contemplation: Portrait of an Artist in Isolation (Twisted Records Ltd).
  5. JoJor says:
    Satz: Exil Sils Maria [] Early organ drone experiments. Since first hearing this record (as it was then) in it has been one of my favourites. It is the first record I had an out of body experience to without any outside help. Totally otherworldly, dark and extremely experimental for its time. washes of sound, spacey pulses - lots of.
  6. Faemi says:
    Die Babyblauen Seiten sind die deutschsprachige Progressive Rock Enzyklopädie der Mailingliste progrock-dt: tausende Rezensionen von Prog-Platten, alt wie neu, und viele weitere Infos rund um Progressive blacrobaletistidebenanpollmino.cog: Sils Maria.
  7. Molar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rock On Brain - Klaus Schulze on AllMusic -
  8. Grolrajas says:
    In three parts, yet almost sounding as one piece, IRRLICHT offered a choice of directions for Klaus to pursue: the sequential style of Ebene, the dramatic chance electronics of Gewitter, and the abstract reverse tape cosmic cacophony of Exil Sils Maria.

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