The Dark Side Of The Moog Featuring Bill Laswell ‎– The Dark Side Of The Moog V

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Psychedelic Brunch (60:20)
Part I 0:14
Part II 4:31
Part III 8:29
Part IV 3:46
Part V 16:21
Part VI 8:45
Part VII 9:50
Part VIII 8:22

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abracadava

abracadava

December 23, 2014
referencing The Dark Side Of The Moog 5, CD, Album, RE, AW 015

There are some in the series more Techno than others. I like my KS & Namlook to come in hums and heart beats.
DSOTM 3 (III) DSOTM 9 (IX) DSOTM 5 (V) put me in the more Kontinnuum state of mind
abracadava

abracadava

March 23, 2010
edited over 4 years ago
referencing The Dark Side Of The Moog V, CD, Album, Ltd, PK 08/123
DSOTM is a varied compendium of tricks. Some I like more than others, try Evolution of the dark side of the moog as a sample to experience just how varied that tableau
AndyPandy2000

AndyPandy2000

March 20, 2010
referencing The Dark Side Of The Moog V, CD, Album, Ltd, PK 08/123
I was vaguely interested in the comment of the earlier reviewer - that was till I clicked on his name and saw he liked shit Pearl Jam (!). At which time I realised this completely invalidated any opinion he has as to what was or wasn't good music.And to think an enjoyer of such redundant rock rubbish has the nerve to call Schulze dated...unbelievable!
eliks_postindustry

eliks_postindustry

August 30, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing The Dark Side Of The Moog 5, CD, Album, RE, aw 015

One of the most overrated, hyped out series from FAX/aw. This one has its great moments, but you can hear all of them on the Evolution mix. I don't like Schulze - his electronics are dated. Laswell and Namlook are great, but certainly not everything they put out is equally fantastic. This one is just not, unless you're a synthesizer maniac, always delighted with cosmic sequences, pads, blimps, plumps, and budabudabudams. Otherwise I strongly recommend to hear the Evolution mix first.