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Marzipan - Cluster - Zuckerzeit (CD, Album)

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  1. Zuckerzeit () is a Studio album by Cluster. Genres: Electronic, Krautrock. Songs: Hollywood, Caramel, Rote Riki, Rosa, Caramba.
  2. Mit "Zuckerzeit" begann musikalisch ein radikal neuer Abschnitt für "Cluster". Genau genommen ist "Zuckerzeit" gar kein "Cluster" Album. Vielmehr sind auf dieser LP/CD zwei Solo- Mini-Alben von Moebius und Roedelius enthalten. Wer mit den stilistischen Eigenarten der beiden Musiker vertraut war, hatte keine Probleme, die Solo Stücke zuzuordnen/5(30).
  3. Zuckerzeit (Sugar Time) is a well titled release; after the stark and (at times) testing Cluster II, this is an altogether sweeter affair. The music here is much denser, with more colour and a much greater degree of poppiness, all lending the album a pleasingly light and upbeat feel/5(25).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of Zuckerzeit on Discogs. Label: Brain - 7,Brain - 7 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Digipak • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Krautrock.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Zuckerzeit on Discogs. Label: Lilith - LR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Krautrock, Avantgarde, Ambient.
  6. SONGS RANKED: Rotor 9. Fotschi Tong 8. James 7. Marzipan 6. Heiße Lippen 5. Rosa 4. Caramel 3. Caramba 2. Rote Riki 1. Hollywood.
  7. Zuckerzeit Cluster. Released Marzipan Lyrics. 9. Rotor Lyrics. Heiße Lippen Lyrics. About “Zuckerzeit” More Cluster albums.
  8. An unexpected jump from the extended kosmische jams of Cluster 71 into uncharted territory that signaled their direction for years to come, Zuckerzeit presented a vision of electronic pop, fusing the duo's haunted melodic sense with crisp, scratchy drum programs that provided a grounded focus to all those synthesizer warbles. Oddly, the ten short tracks have separate composer credits (five.