Pyrolator ‎– Pyrolator's Wunderland


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WR26 Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(LP, Album) Ata Tak WR26 Germany 1984 Sell This Version
WR26 Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Ata Tak WR26 Germany 1984 Sell This Version
WR 63 CD Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(CD, Album, RE) Ata Tak WR 63 CD Germany 1989 Sell This Version
EVA2008 Pyrolator Wunderland(CD, Album) Wave (7) EVA2008 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
WR 93 Pyrolator Wunderland(CD, Album, RE, RM) Ata Tak WR 93 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
SSZ3008 Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(CD, Album, Ltd, RM) SUEZAN STUDIO SSZ3008 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
BB159, BB 159 Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Bureau B, Bureau B, Ata Tak, Ata Tak BB159, BB 159 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
BB159 Pyrolator Pyrolator's Wunderland(LP, Album, RE) Bureau B BB159 Germany 2013 Sell This Version


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July 11, 2011
referencing Pyrolator's Wunderland, LP, Album, WR26
One of the most original music I've ever heard. Great challenge. A very special kind of minimalism: not too many synth-tracks at once but the max. artistical expression melodywise. Pyrolator has an extreme sense for the melody of the best kind. His partly jazzy influented tunes flowing and drifting with the most self-explanatory ease and that's something in itself. Not using any rhythmical instruments almost at all was a very brave concept also and the music never turned to be anything as ambient nor to anything like the mostly taste-less new age despite. No! Synth usage was very new and fresh at the time. Pity, the listeners of today won't understand what the FM and digital synth and Yamaha DX-7 meant that time. Sampling machine was the famous Emulator (for natural soundeffects and some vox-like sounds), the analog synth was presented by a Korg MS-20 and a Yamaha synth. The remastered CD brings you many bonuses but the soundquality is much worse than that of the original CD-release. That is the situation with ALL remastered issued I've heard. No exception. Bass boosting, compression, some denoising... all cuts and distorts worthy harmonics. Boaaahh.... I'm very sorry to curse his release but I hate when a chance is passed and by the outcoming of the remastered Wunderland we all have missed the best chance to get the music in the best possibile soundquality. (Like always with the remastered CDs...., boaahh..)...


February 7, 2003
referencing Pyrolator's Wunderland, CD, Album, RE, WR 63 CD
pyrolator its a mix of many technics.synchrony of synths and keyboards mainly with a strong influence of kraftwerk but entirely instrumental even its compositions are pop. On this recording pyrolator explores the happy side of life through technology and without any organic component. their music its synthetic and artificial and bring us images of a happy mechanized and re-created place by technology. theres no samples or loops here, all its clean. for example the song Zoo use a variety of premade sounds of monkeys and birds but they dont want to show them as real animals, they want it to show us that theyre synthetic.
interesting album.