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The evocative toybox melodies (usually the Roedelius compositions) on 1974’s Zuckerzeit reached their peak with Sowiesoso, courtesy of ambling pieces like “Dem Wanderer,” the title track, and the vaguely Oriental “Halwa.” The drum programs are still irresistibly simplistic (not to say simple), but even when Sowiesoso stretches out into primarily beatless terrain (“Es War Einmal,” “Zum Wohl”), the album retains its power.

-John Bush,

Cluster-SOWIESOSO (1976)


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  1. Thanks for any "Cluster" albums with and withouy Eno. They're a seminal krautrock band and deserve to be heard.

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