Licensed through Conrad Schnitzler (C), Captain Trip Records (P) 2009.
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Artists Conrad Schnitzler Consequenz II. Consequenz II Conrad Schnitzler. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Consequenz II. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Conrad Schnitzler.
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Discover Conrad Schnitzler & Wolf Sequenza on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. For many years Conrad Schnitzler appeared in the comics of Matt Howarth (particualrly Savage Henry) as a member of the band The Bulldaggers. His 2006 work Moon Mummy is a collaboration with Matt Howarth based on an included PDF comic.
CONRAD SCHNITZLER + WOLF SEQUENZA, Consequenz II < CAN CLUSTER Free Shipping. Cluster's second album finds them further exploring the electronic soundscapes from the debut. This is a highly valued album in the progressive electronic scene and as far as it concerns spatial exploration and sonic innovation it certainly deserves its high status. Plas is an impressive piece.
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Conrad ("Conny") Schnitzler (17 March 1937 – 4 August 2011) was a prolific German experimental musician. A co-founder of West Berlin's Zodiak Free Arts Lab, he was an early member of Tangerine Dream (1969–1970) and a founder of the band Kluster. He left Kluster in 1971, first working with his group Eruption and then focusing on solo works. Schnitzler participated in several collaborations with other electronic musicians.
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