E2-E4 (album) by Manuel Göttsching

E2-E4
E2-E4 by Manuel Göttsching (1984)
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From Juneof44 10/08/2015 11:41
58 minutes of a long trip trough the psychedelic atmosphere of a record that rule the electronic era.
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From SingingPeasant96 07/20/2013 13:00
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O I hate playing in Black
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From zonrod 09/03/2012 09:48
Why is this album so influential? A lot of reasons. It certainly didn't invent electronic music, and it certainly didn't even popularize it. What it did do, in the same way that Silver Apples molded electronics with rock music, was produce a new genre of music which helped popularize electronica as we know it, it made it a genre of it's own accord, a genre which sounds as if it is without a master, without a similar sound and above all, which crow-barred it's way into clubs throughout the world. This album is the start of dance music, forget synth-pop or early electronics, this is still danceable and funky today, and that's it's beauty, it's timeless and absolutely fully formed sound is both appealing and terrifying in it's perfection.
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Best Albums of 1984
1. Purple Rain by Prince And The Revolution
2. The Smiths by The Smiths
3. Ride The Lightning by Metallica
4. Born In The U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen
5. Let It Be by The Replacements
6. Legend by Bob Marley & The Wailers
7. Hatful Of Hollow by The Smiths
8. Double Nickels On The Dime by Minutemen
9. Treasure by Cocteau Twins
10. The Unforgettable Fire by U2
11. Stop Making Sense by Talking Heads
12. Zen Arcade by Hüsker Dü
13. Ocean Rain by Echo & The Bunnymen
14. Powerslave by Iron Maiden
15. Reckoning by R.E.M.
16. 1984 by Van Halen
17. Meat Puppets II by Meat Puppets
18. Diamond Life by Sade
19. Rattlesnakes by Lloyd Cole and the Commotions
20. Tabula Rasa by Arvo Pärt


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