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Electric Music Und Text22:50
Kluster 422:09

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    Cover of Zwei-Osterei, 1971, VinylZwei-Osterei
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    Schwann AMS Studio – ams studio 512Germany1971Germany1971
    Cover of Zwei-Osterei, 1980, VinylZwei-Osterei
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    Schwann AMS Studio – studio 512, Schwann AMS Studio – ams 512Germany1980Germany1980
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    Cover of Cluster, 1995, CDCluster
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    Germanofon – 94102719951995
    Cover of Zwei-Osterei, 1996-02-00, CDZwei-Osterei
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    Hypnotic – CLP 9737-2US1996US1996
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    Think Progressive – TPCD 1.807.028Germany1998Germany1998
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    Cover of Zwei / Osterei, 2006, CDZwei / Osterei
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    Captain Trip Records – CTCD-542Japan2006Japan2006
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    Cover of Zwei Osterei, 2012-06-29, VinylZwei Osterei
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    Bureau B – BB 111Germany2012Germany2012
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    Cover of Zwei Osterei, 2012-06-29, CDZwei Osterei
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    Bureau B – BB 111Germany2012Germany2012
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    Cover of Zwei Osterei, , VinylZwei Osterei
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    Bureau B – BB 111GermanyGermany
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    • unclebert1's avatar
      unclebert1
      There are claims that they only made 150 copies of this album

      https://youtu.be/f0xM66qfu-4?si=RvbBUIgYHmYWBHyM
      • wackyoldskool's avatar
        Edited 4 years ago
        from Wikipedia: According to Conrad Schnitzler in a 1980 interview he gave to David Elliott an advertisement by an organist interested in new music led to the recording session being sponsored by a church. Kluster was required to add religious text to the first side of the album to obtain this sponsorship. The text was read by Manfred Paethe. The text was written by Rudolf Bohren, Kurt Marti, Dorothee Solle, Rudolf Otto Weimer, Lisolette Rauner and Hilde Domin. Schnitzler describes the text: "If you don't understand the German words, it sounds better. [...] If you know what it means, you'll find it terrible."

        Unfortunately I understand it. And yes, it is terrible. Terribly boring! Love the proto-industrial sound, though.

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