The German electronic music composer and musician Klaus Schulze has a back catalogue which counts over 60 albums, and that number is increasing month after month. For 2016 a lot of old deleted titles will be re-released.
2016 will start with the release of the Pete Namlook collaboration “The Dark Side of the Moog Vol.1-4” 5CD box. The release originates from the collaboration the late Peter Kuhlman a.k.a Pete Namlook had with Klaus Schulze for a series of collaboration releases out on his Fax label. He wouldn’t just limit to Klaus Schulze as other artists Pete Namlook collaborated with would include Robert Görl of DAF, Geir Jenssen of Biosphere fame, Bill Laswell, Ritchie Hawtin, Lorenzo Montanà, Gabriel Le Mar, Atomheart [Lassigue Bendthaus] and David Moufang to name just a few. But it’s only the Klaus Schulze collaboration which would result in 11 volumes recorded between 1994 and 2008.
The 2nd Klaus Schulze release for 2016 will be “In Blue”, a 3CD set originally released in 1995.
Here’s a list of what you can expect next: “Klaus” digipak 2CD, “U.S.O.-Privee” digipak CD, “Cyborg” digipak 2CD, “The Dark Side of the Moog Vol. 5-8” 5CD box, “Audentity” digipak 2CD, “Irrlicht” digipak CD, “Blackdance” digipak CD, “Dziekuje Poland Live ’83” digipak 2CD, “Trance 4 Motion” digipak CD, “Drums’n’Balls (The Gancha Club)” digipak CD, “Picture Music” digipak CD, “The Dark Side of the Moog Vol. 9-11” 5 CD box, “The Dark Side of the Moog” 16LP box, “Time Actor” digipak CD, “Live @ Klangart” digipak 2CD, “Timewind” digipak CD, “Moondawn” digipak CD, “Mirage” digipak CD, “Angst” digipak CD, “Le Moulin de Daudet” digipak 2CD, “Body Love 1” digipak CD, “Body Love 2” digipak CD, “Das Wagner Disaster” digipak 2CD, “Solar Moon Docking” digipak CD, “X” digipak 2CD, “Dune” digipak CD, “Ion & Andromeda” digipak CD, “Trance Appeal” digipak CD, “Dig it” digipak CD+DVD, “Inter Face” digipak CD, “Trancelation” digipak CD, “Thank You” digipak CD, “En=Trance” digipak CD, “Ballett 1 & 2” digipak 2CD, “Another Green Mile” digipak CD, “Mediterranean Pads” digipak CD.
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