Cyborg (album)

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Cyborg
Studio album by Klaus Schulze
Released October 1973
Recorded February-July 1973
Genre Electronic music, Space music
Length 97:01 (original)
147:56 (reissue)
Label Ohr
Producer Klaus Schulze
Klaus Schulze chronology
Irrlicht
(1972)
Cyborg
(1973)
Blackdance
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Cyborg is the second album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1973, and in 2006 was the nineteenth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records.

All CD issues of this album prior to the 2006 reissue had the tracks "Synphära" and "Chromengel" incorrectly transposed (though the packaging was always printed correctly). "But Beautiful", the bonus track on the reissue is the first part of the concert which took place in Brussels at the Cathédrale St-Michel on October 17, 1977. Although the piece does not have perfect sound quality, it complements the rest of that concert, which had been released as part of the Historic Edition box set.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze.

Disc 1

No. Title Note Length
1. "Synphära"   on original release (disc 1) 22:48
2. "Conphära"   on original release (disc 1) 25:51
3. "Chromengel"   on original release (disc 2) 23:49

Disc 2

No. Title Note Length
1. "Neuronengesang"   on original release (disc 2); slightly different version on LVE 1 24:43
2. "But Beautiful"   reissue bonus track 50:55

Personnel[edit]

  • Klaus Schulze – organ, synthesizer, vocals, percussion
  • Colloquium Musica Orchestra

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