Zuckerzeit sounds different from any other Cluster album, with clearly defined melody and beat and a rhythmic sound, at times approaching the Motorik style of Neu! Pitchfork Media places Zuckerzeit at number 63 in their "Top 100 Albums of the 1970s".
Cluster – Zuckerzeit. Label: Spalax – 14865, Spalax – CD 14865. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Digipak. Album originally released in 1974. Licence Metronome en accord avec Fairplay. Track 10 is written "Heibe Lippen" on the back cover and "Heisse Lippen" on the disc face. The correct track title is actually "Heiße Lippen".
Zuckerzeit is a music studio album recording by CLUSTER (e Rock) released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Zuckerzeit UNIVE 2004. CLUSTER - ZUCKERZEIT by CLUSTER unknown. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached.
Zuckerzeit is the fourth album as the renamed Cluster, having dropped the K three years earlier. With this subtle change of name came a more than subtle shift in sound, from the charming ambient soundscapes of Zwei Osterei was born a new more intriguing style, one that bubbled with ideas and electronic manipulation on a scale not seen since Silver Apples. The album opens with Hollywood, an instrumental track (like everything on the album) that says considerably more than a track with words could have done.
Melodic, ahead-of-its-time electronics, issued on Brain in 1974. This album inspired ENO's "another green world" album.
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Zuckerzeit (German: Sugar Time) is the third full-length album by German band Cluster, released in 1974 on Brain Records. It was co-produced by Michael Rother, their bandmate in side-project Harmonia Pitchfork ranked the album number 63 on their "Top 100 Albums of The 1970s," while writer and musician Julian Cope included Zuckerzeit in his "Krautrock Top 5. Studio album by. Cluster.
Cluster II is the second full-length album by German electronic music act Cluster, released in 1972 by record label Brain. Cluster II was recorded at Star-Studio in Hamburg, Germany in January 1972.