Album opener Amaris (see the exclusive video by London based photographer and film maker Nat Urazmetova below) forms the bridge between the last album and Passage - featuring a recognizable Schnauss structure punctuated with Jonas' guitars. However the album quickly introduces other signature moments and structures.
A Strangely Isolated Place is the second album by German electronic musician Ulrich Schnauss, released in 2003. Resident Advisor named A Strangely Isolated Place the 37th best album of the 2000s. Gone Forever" – 8:12. A Letter From Home" – 6:57. Monday – Paracetamol" – 7:57. In All the Wrong Places" – 6:53. A Strangely Isolated Place" – 6:49. Hidden Track" – 3:56.
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Strangely Isolated Place. A Strangely Isolated Place. In truth, this second effort is not appreciably different from 2001's Far Away Trains Passing By, but, given the exceptional quality of the debut, that's hardly cause for complaint. Once again, Schnauss creates irresistibly buoyant & celebratory tracks that put lackluster efforts by other "warm electronica" artists to shame.
A Strangely Isolated Place. by Ulrich Schnauss - 8 Tracks - 1:01:52. Release date 10/05/2004.
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A Strangely Isolated Place Ulrich Schnauss. Listen on Apple Music. 2003 Scripted Realities. More By Ulrich Schnauss. Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk. No Further Ahead Than Today.