His third studio album, from 1981 — beautiful keyboard minimalism, natural and original, but steeped in classicism.
The album debut of the band formed by Jaki Liebezeit after Can, featuring his fabulous polyrhythmic drumming in a more reggaefied setting. Mixed by Connie Plank, with guest spots by Holger Czukay.
The second album of Liebezeit’s post-Can set-up — darker, more iconoclastic and out-rock this time, without a bass player, and featuring the laconic spoken-word of Sheldon Ancel.
Brilliant — dark, funky and grooving, inventive and flowing but punchy and sharply focussed. Moebius’ electronics, Neumeier’s drumming, Plank’s engineering: from the early eighties, fresh as anything.
Moebius and Roedelius in 1981, reviving basic founding principles, back when Cluster was spelt with a K — stripped-down, intent spontaneity.
Beautifully simple, open-minded ambient electronica from 1976, with Holger Czukay playing bass on the opener.