RARITIES

Out of print and very rare limited CDs
RARITIES
Detlef Keller - Ways to the Rainbow

Artist: Detlef Keller  
P: 1996
On his second solo release, Detlef plays melodic, rhythmic and catchy tracks.



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Deuter - Klänge der Liebe

Artists: Deuter
P: 1995
Relaxed music with german spoken words about love.

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Deuter - Relax

Artists: Deuter
P: 1994
Music for meditation by Deuter.

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Deuter - Tao Te King

Artists: Deuter
P: 1992
Rare golden edition of this CD edition with meditative music and healing words.

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Dieter Schütz - Inner Light

Artist: Dieter Schütz
P: 1991

The last release of Schütz before he died. Melodic synthesizertracks in the vein of Dennis hart, Blonker and Eroc.

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Dieter Schütz - Other Worlds

Artist: Dieter Schütz
P: 1990

This is very melodic and relaxed synthesizermusic played by the german musician, who released music at the famous Sky records and IC -Digit Label.

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Dom F.Scab - Crosswords

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2005
The album Crosswords (58'05") by Dom F. Scab is for anyone interested in instrumental music that is more focused than all-out smooth spacemusic yet a bit more cerebral than prog-rock. This album delivers seven tracks which reference majestic moments in classic works by Vangelis and the calming sounds of repetition circa Tangerine Dream's early "Blue" years. While Scab builds his music with these touchstones, the arrangement, execution and vision is completely his own. The music on Crosswords is in constant motion, stopping, starting and shifting at the will of a dexterous composer. Scab's tone patterns are energetic and cycle through many engaging variations. His sequencer can run full-tilt, producing heart-pounding syncopated rhythms, then dramatically slow down to a percolating, bubbling pace. The melodic content spins above and below the rhythm floor. Scab's wide open synth lead lines energize the brightening air, shifting tone wildly. There are also places where the mood becomes more settled, locating a less playful and more reverential space. Scab's greatest accomplishment is creating music that is engaging and listenable without being simplistic.

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Dom F.Scab - Necessary Fears

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2006
Spanish synthesist Dom F. Scab has quite a large discography and has established himself as an important figure in electronic music. He is taking the Berlin school of spacey sequencer-driven electronics in new directions. Twelve Stories (2004), Crosswords (2005), and Necessary Fears (2006) all have strong influences of Tangerine Dream circa Stratosfear, plus a few instances of more Vangelis-like material. Never too abstract or experimental, his music is full of classic Teutonic sequencing blended with melodic elements.

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Dom F.Scab - Twelve Stories

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2004
Berlin School music originated in Germany, but some of the best such music comes from the opposite side of Europe; Spain. Dom F. Scab's album Twelve Stories gives Berlin School music a new face.There is an abundance of retro Berlin School bands out there. Most of them are satisfied with long passages of simple "sequencer masturbation" and repetitive arpeggio patterns, and the closer to late 1970s Tangerine Dream they sound, the better. Scab, on the other hand, infuses more into his type of Berlin School electronica. He is not retro-BS. He is "Scab School". A unique style that has its core in sequencer patterns, but they are supported by contemporary melodies, chords and effects. There are no huge Mellotron choirs, guitar improvisation, or anything to confuse his music with some Germans from quarter a century ago. A good blend of space chords, jumping sequencers and melodies drives the sequences onwards. While most tracks are fast sequencer-driven tracks, there are a few slower ambient exercises too, such as About the madness, Interior travel and I'm sorry but we have moved to Saturn, plus mid-tempo pieces such as Brief fable and A reasonable whim. But these tend to be shorter than the faster tracks, so the general impression you will get is that Twelve Stories is mostly about sequencer patterns. The artwork of Twelve Stories is designed to resemble a present, and if you like classic electronic music somewhere between Jarre's Equinoxe and Schulze's Are you Sequenced then you should treat yourself with this little gift from Dom F. Scab.

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Dominic Woosey - Straylight

Artist: Dominic Woosey
P: 1992

Excellent retro EM space music from the short-lived Recycle or Die label. 4 tracks of almost identical length explore gentle waves of sound, mostly atmospheric with soft pleasant melodies.


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Dorian - Contaminated Area

Artist: Dorian
P: 2009    
Mix between the Berlin School approach on Antimatter and the soft techno approach on Industrial Love. Contaminated Area is the 3rd album from the Polish synthesist. And as on Antimatter and Industrial Love, Dorian Przystalski investigates all the facets of the electronic universe, going from pure Berlin School (Blur Memory) to hard techno (Rust) touching ambient (Lost Lore) and commercial goody (Choice of Life).

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Double Fantasy - Universal Ave.

Artists: Double Fantasy
P: 1986

Double Fantasy was formed in the summer of 1985 by Dreamstar (aka Robert Schroeder). The idea to Double Fantasy developed out of a relaxed studio session atmosphere, where the trying out of various new sounds and melodies created a fresh kind of beautiful Electronic Music, pictures of some laid back moments. The result is timeless Fantasy Music to dream and relax with.
Universal Ave. is the first and only album from Schroeder's Original Double Fantasy. Musically describing the human search for new worlds, travelling through the endless space of the universe. A SciFi story that begins when our planets life is coming to an end. Double Fantasy were able to create a very special sound and mood for this excellent produced CD. Refreshing synthesizer music, a musical summer breeze, caressing softly a balmy palm beach of a far, far yet to discover coast. The listener glides softly into a different world, be it through the romantic and moody title Heartbreaker, the relaxed Endless Running or erotic Food For Fantasy. The warm sound creations, interspersed with beautiful, spheric guitar is welcome company on the endless voyage through spaces as well as for the more earthly travels to the worlds of fantasy and meditation. The album was recorded, mixed and produced by Robert Schroeder, who as a successful solo artist has already several well known LPs/CDs to his credit. The album Universal Ave. earned big sales and media success in a very short time. In the USA the album reached the Billboard-Charts and sold over 200.000 items.


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Driftin' Thoughts - Nightshifts

Artists: Driftin' Thoughts
P: 1998 / 2007
Marcus Hildebrandt, alias Driftin’ Thoughts, released his debut CD ‘Secret Dimensions’ in 1997 and received requests for samples of previous “demo tapes”. Hence this CD-R, which essentially is Hildebrandt’s most important recordings between 1992-1996 and includes a ‘98 remix of ‘Games’. The packaging could, at best, be described as being “basic”, despite the composer’s signature, and the prospect of “early demos” did not overly enthuse me. Yet, I have learned through experience that one should not place too much importance on the cover and concentrate on the music.
‘In motion’ starts off the collection promisingly enough, with a nimble descending keyboard line, lush synth pads, added layers of melodies and brisk rock/dance rhythms and sequences. The main theme is bright, optimistic and uptempo and Hildebrandt’s improvisations are tight and convincing. In the darker recesses of my vinyl collection is a small selection of releases by Schulze Acolyte Baffo Banfi and his ‘Galaxy My Dear’ came to mind, mainly because Hildebrandt’s style reminded me of the upbeat optimism often evident on the Italian’s work. ‘Flying Free’ is slower, more reflective, but still retains a light, airy melodic sensibility. ‘The Intruder’ begins with deceptively ominous low drones, and metallic percussion before the shimmering high register sequences return accompanied this time by dance rhythms and bright techno motifs.
Hildebrandt slows the pace down on ‘Gravitation Waves’, the introduction more brooding, the rhythms and sequences begin suddenly, but are more subtle, the pads a touch more downbeat, yet the melodies still imbue a light, airy mood. Essentially, Hildebrandt’s technique is to fuse traditional Electronic Music with more commercial genres, principally, techno, trance and dance. Variation is provided by shifting the emphasis between the styles and deploying some light and shade, which the composer does with some skill throughout the set.. There are few low points, although I found the footsteps, creaking doors, striking matches, and voice samples, (“No way dude” indeed), on the introduction to the remix of ‘Games’, although probably intended as light relief, irritating on repeated play but it barely lasts two minutes and the track recovers to become one of the highlights of the collection.
#Even when Hildebrandt leans more towards commercial dance/techno horizons such as on ‘Touch of Infinity’ and ‘Vortex Flight’, he retains a melodic EM sensibility which maintained my interest. Despite the fact that this may not appeal to those who prefer their music to be darker, brooding and with greater gravitas, I found it generally entertaining and a change from the current retro-climate. No doubt essential for those who enjoyed ‘secret Dimensions’, ‘NightShifts’ may also appeal to fans of more commercial sensibilities, receptive to other genres, but maybe it’s time for second thoughts on that name Marcus.


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Dron - Parsec

Artist: Dron
P: 2000
Elektrolux e1000010cd

"Producers Christoph Abert, Ingo Zobel and Frederik Dahlke are connected with one of the best known clubs around Frankfurt/Germany, the Cafe Kesselhaus in Darmstadt. With their project Drøn, they've already released one track on the latest Space Night, now their brand new album Parsec is released on Elektrolux and brings more excursions between the worlds of Ambient, Listening and Drum & Bass.

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Dron - Xenologix

Artist: Dron
P: 2001
Elektrolux e1011000cd

Dron is back with a new album. the producers christoph abert, ingo zobel & frederik dahlke created new aroundscapes between ambient and nu school electronica with fantastic forms of sounds and rhythms. after the last album “parsec” the new cd is a wonderful collage of perfect electronic music art.


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Drop In - Induced Reactions

Artists: Drop In
P: 1994

Nice electronicmusic, this was the debut and to date the only release of this group from Germany.

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Dweller at the Threshold - Full Boundary Condition

Artist: Dweller at the Threshold
P: 2004

In addition to containing Dweller’s first two albums, No Boundary Condition and Generation Transmission Illumination, a third disc includes previously unreleased material from 2001. The reissues benefit from 24-bit mastering courtesy of Giles Reaves. The 12-minute epic “Event Horizon” sounds even better now than it did in 1996, bright, crisp and spot on, building just so and then leveling off as it fades into dreamy reverie. The piano on “Passage To Light” seems more luminous. Vintage synth flutes sound great on “Generation Pt 3,” mellotron strings sound awesome on “Pt 7.”

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E.M.A.K. - Synthesizer von Gestern Vol. 1

Artist: Elektronische Musik aus Köln
P: 1990

Each of the songs were written for, and played exclusivly by, the instrument listed in the title of the song.

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E.M.A.K. - Synthesizer von Gestern Vol. 2

Artist: Elektronische Musik aus Köln
P: 1992

Each of the songs were written for, and played exclusivly by, the instrument listed in the title of the song.

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E.M.A.K. - Synthesizer von Gestern Vol. 3

Artist: Elektronische Musik aus Köln
P: 1994

Each of the songs were written for, and played exclusivly by, the instrument listed in the title of the song.

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