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  • CD (16 septembre 2009)
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  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Bureau B
  • ASIN : B002FOEK46
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"Brian Eno a joué un rôle majeur dans la création et la démocratisation du genre musical appelé ""ambient"". Les musiciens allemands HANS-JOACHIM ROEDELIUS et DIETER MOEBIUS (CLUSTER) ont également contribué à la naissance de ce courant musical. Après avoir été invité sur scène à un concert de CLUSTER à Hambourg en 1975, ENO décida deux ans plus tard de rentrer en studio avec CLUSTER pour enregistrer deux albums ""Cluster & Eno"" et ""After the Heat"". Voici la réédition du deuxième album. Pour les fans de : ROEDELIUS / TANGERINE DREAM / BRIAN ENO / HARMONIA / NEU! "

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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 After The Heat... part 3 of 3 28 janvier 2008
Par Charles Miller - Publié sur
Format: CD
This reissued CD "juggled" the original running order of the tracks as they appeared on the original LP, which detracted from the finished product. The original LP featured the Cluster-inspired tracks on side one, with the Eno tracks on side two. Indeed, the three Eno vocal pieces were the last three songs on the original release.

If you can afford it, and if it isn't too late by the time you are reading this as it is/was a limited edition of 1,500, get the mini-LP version recently released by Captain Trip records (still available at the time of this writing from Amazon). Not only does it restore the original running order of the songs, but perfectly reproduces the original album cover art. The sound was greatly improved too. The first album, Cluster & Eno is also still available in this format.

There is also one more album that features Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, and this particular case, Michael Rother, under the band name, Harmonia. The album is entitled Tracks & Traces, was recorded in 1976, and completes the trinity of Eno/Cluster collaborations.
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The other 1/2 of... 28 janvier 2000
Par DAC Crowell - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is the companion work to "Cluster and Eno", and really should be taken in along with that wonderful work for maximum impact. Not that the absence of its tracks diminishes this release any, as this is definitely the stronger of the two albums. Cluster, at this point in time, was well into their near-classical approach to ambience, and pairing this with Eno's full-flowered approaches to atmospherics and complex arranging creates a masterpiece recording that has only improved with time. Description of what's going on in here is rather hard; it should just be sufficient to say that you should buy this CD if you have even the slightest interest in any of these artists, in ambient music, or electronics. An aside note: this was Eno's last lyrical effort for many years; he only found voice again on his collaboration with John Cale, "Wrong Way Up", over a decade later. When one listens to "The Belldog", though, it's clear why...what _does_ one sing about after creating such a work? A critical, essential album.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another one of the "Berlin Five" 12 décembre 2002
Par rubidium84 - Publié sur
Format: CD
As one reviewer said, "This was before it's time in 1978, and it's before it's time now". My sentiments exactly. I don't know how they're doing what they are, but somehow C+E create some of the weirdest soundscapes and most bizarre rythmic structures I've ever heard. Having pushed the envolope of synthesizer-based music as far as it would go with "C+E" from the previous year, they now push it even farther, going COMPLETELY off the edge. Get a load of "Oil" or "Broken Head" or "Foriegn Affairs" to hear what I mean. And then there's "T'zima narki", featuring Holger Czukay on bass and Eno's backwards vocals. (I played this song for a friend once and he said, "What is that, swedish?")
And how about the titles? "Oil"? "Base and Apex"? "Broken Head"?? I doubt if Eno ever used hallucinogenic drugs, but this release makes me wonder.
As anyone who has been reading my other reviews knows, I'm really big on the "Berlin Five" idea. (read my review of "C+E" for an explanation). One thing: How come Bowie wasn't on any of the Cluster albums, or Cluster on any of the Bowie albums? I know that they weren't all made at the same time, but it would have been interesting to hear some cross-artistry like that.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The last album to feature good songs with Eno vocals 5 juillet 2008
Par S. Feldman - Publié sur
Format: CD
I don't understand how anyone can think Cluster & Eno is better than After the Heat. As a longtime Eno and Cluster fan, I always wished I could like an album named Cluster & Eno more than an album that didn't even have the name Cluster on it, but such was not to be. I only like one track on Cluster & Eno (the second one: "Schone Hande"), whereas I like the entirety of After the Heat.

If nothing else, After the Heat contains the last of Eno's worthwhile vocal songs. Nothing he's done since has come close. Another gem to seek out after obtaining this album for "Broken Head" and "The Belldog" is the Phil Manzanera solo album Diamond Head for it's two Eno-penned and Eno-sung songs "Big Day" and "Miss Shapiro" (covered on the 801 Live album).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 essential 23 septembre 2000
Par Sean M. Kelly - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is the second and final lp for Eno and the German synth duo Cluster, and more so than "Cluster and Eno," this lp is a much more cohesive, yet no less strange, album.
Eno tends to be the more dominant force on this recording, going so far as singing on a few of these tracks, and the whole lp has a kind of "Before and After Science" feel to it, which is certainly not a bad thing.
Cluster would go on to make excellent lps after this point (not that they hadn't to that point), taking what they gained from Eno and putting it to good use. Eno would also take much from these meetings, and those influences do pop up on several lps he made after this one.
Both Eno and Cluster lps are essential listening and belong in your cd collection.
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