Klaus Schulze ‎– Blackdance

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Virgin ‎– CDCA2003, Virgin ‎– CDCA 2003
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First release on CD of this 1974 album.
Recorded at Delta Acoustic Studio, Berlin.

Catalogue number (on spine/rear/booklet): CDCA2003
Catalogue number (on CD): CDCA 2003

Issued in a standard jewel case with a 4-page booklet.
Total playing time 48:08.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored) (Variant 1): CDCA 2003 · MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored) (Variant 2): CDCA 2003 : MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Barcode (Text): 5 012981 243524
  • Barcode (String): 5012981243524
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Other Versions (5 of 41) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
brain 1051, 1051 Klaus Schulze Blackdance(LP, Album) Brain, Brain, Metronome brain 1051, 1051 Germany 1974 Sell This Version
833 129-2 Klaus Schulze Blackdance(CD, Album, RE) Brain 833 129-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
MIG 01492 CD Klaus Schulze Blackdance(CD, Album, RE) MIG MIG 01492 CD Germany 2016 Sell This Version
ORL 8176, CA 2003 Klaus Schulze Blackdance(LP, Album, RE) Caroline Records, Caroline Records ORL 8176, CA 2003 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
brain 1051, 000.1051 Klaus Schulze Blackdance(LP, Album, RE) Brain, Brain brain 1051, 000.1051 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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mjb

mjb

May 19, 2009

I first heard this album in 1994 or so, and it's one of about a half-dozen Klaus Schulze records I've been exposed to. Qualitatively, it ranks somewhere in the middle. However, it's a bit different from his other work, being a little colder and harsher with its rhythmic bits. At the time, I felt that were it to be reissued on the Rephlex label with no artwork or details on the packaging, it'd be hailed as some new secret dark ambient / hard techno DJ-tool project of that label's luminaries. Filed under just "electronic"/"experimental", though, with Klaus Schulze's name and dated psychedelic artwork on it, it was bound to languish in the bins, unknown to all but the most adventurous of young DJs. Nowadays, 15 years on, I never listen to it, but I still remember it fondly as being part of an intense period of zoning out to cold, deep drones and aggressive, industrial-ish machine music.