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Synthesist (40th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: BB 338CD. Rel: 15 Jun 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Harald Grosskopf - "So Weit, So Gut" (CD1: Synthesist (1980))
  2. Harald Grosskopf - "B Aldrian"
  3. Harald Grosskopf - "Emphasis"
  4. Harald Grosskopf - "Synthesist"
  5. Harald Grosskopf - "1847-Earth"
  6. Harald Grosskopf - "Trauma"
  7. Harald Grosskopf - "Transcendental Overdrive"
  8. Harald Grosskopf - "Tai Ki"
  9. Steve Baltes - "Earth-1847" (CD2)
  10. Thorsten Quaeschning - "So Weit, So Gut"
  11. Paul Frick - "Synthesist"
  12. Kreidler - "Earth-1847"
  13. Pyrolator - "Synthesist"
  14. Love Songs - "Earth-1847"
  15. Stefan Lewin - "Synthesist"
  16. Camera - "Synthesist"
  17. Tellavision - "Emphasis"
Review: Initially recorded and released in 1980, Ashra drummer Harold Grosskopf's debut solo album "Synthesist" has long been one of the essential audio documents of the "Berliner Schule" (Berlin school) electronic scene. It's certainly a stunning album: a set of attractive, futuristic, far-sighted synthesizer soundscapes, created at a time when electronic music technology was still in its infancy, that combines heady, beat-less ambient workouts and Terry Riley style minimalist movements, with more up-tempo workouts that recall the period work of Tangerine Dream. This 40th anniversary reissue from Bureau B showcases a re-mastered version of the original album on side A, with a second disc of equally ear-catching contemporary interpretations by the likes of Paul Fick, Steve Baltes, Love Songs and Stefan Lewin.
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Sowas Von Egal 2: German Synth Wave Underground 1981-1984
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Cat: BB 356LP. Rel: 12 Aug 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Die Neue Weltmacht - "Tanz Ins Gluck" (2:55)
  2. Christian Kneisel - "Nahe Und Distanz" (3:46)
  3. Silberstreif - "Ich Suche Dein Gesicht" (5:00)
  4. Lieferschein - "Leben Auf Dem Mull" (3:19)
  5. 4712 - "Steig Den Luis Trenker" (2:18)
  6. Plastiktanz - "Mir Geht Es Danke Gut" (1:46)
  7. Rolf Jungklaus - "New Wave" (4:35)
  8. Vono - "Fred Der Ritter" (1:46)
  9. Kleenex Aktiv - "Sternklare Nacht" (3:41)
  10. Conrad & Gregor Schnitzler - "Shark Eats Ice" (2:56)
  11. Partner Eins - "Warum Müssen Autos Fahren" (3:48)
  12. Mark Montan - "Alles Oder Nichts" (3:18)
  13. In Seit - "Nachtschwarmer" (album version) (3:15)
  14. Mittageisen - "Unverstandnis" (3:56)
  15. Die Synthetische Republik - "Der Bose Osten" (5:07)
  16. Casino Mariteam - "Sage Nichts" (2:54)
Review: It has been two years since the first 'Sowas Von Egal' compilation arrived courtesy of Hamburg label Bureau B and Hamburg party series Damaged Goods. The world is unrecognisable compared to then, but diving headfirst into a bunch of obscure tracks from one of Europe's countercultural epicentres, recorded during one of the country's most troubled but fascinating and creative periods, is still a wonderful experience. While tracks here veer from having one foot in indie punk to full blown electronic assaults, the energy levels are consistent throughout - in short, they all pack a punch, whether it's the runaway juggernaut of Vono's 'Fred Der Ritter' or the frenzied looped bleeps on 'Steig Den Luis Trenker' by 4712. Similarly, with distortions, fizzes, crackles and all manner of other audible DIY tells, it's hard to argue with the fact that everything here puts artistry first and foremost, giving commerciality short shrift.
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