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|1.||"Detroit Bells" (1:33)|
|3.||"Latin Neighbors" (4:03)|
|4.||"Advanced Dance" (3:31)|
|5.||"For Miles" (4:51)|
|1.||"Office Activity" (3:48)|
|3.||"Motorik" (alternate mix) (4:00)|
|4.||"Advanced Dance II" (3:04)|
|5.||"Advanced Dance III" (1:44)|
|6.||"Factory March" (3:09)|
It would be fair to say that this release is fairly significant. It showcases material recorded - but never released - by former Tangerine Dream and Iggy Pop drummer Klaus Kruger throughout the 1980s. Variously inspired by kosmiche, Berlin School ambient, the cyclical movements of avant-garde American minimalism, the polyrhythms of Africa and contemporaneous electronic music movements - think EBM and European new age electronica, for starters - Advanced Dance contains some startling and hugely enjoyable material. The album's genius lies primarily in Kruger's ability to not only balance acoustic and electronic instrumentation, but also experimental instincts and melodious intent. Remarkably, some of the material even sounds like modern modular techno. In other words, it's one album of previously unreleased material that you really need in your life.
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