Trance Appeal

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Trance Appeal
Studio album by Wahnfried
Released 7 May 1996
Recorded July–August 1995 in Hambühren [1]
Genre Electronic music, Space music
Length 62:41 (original)
75:53 (2007 reissue)
Label Metronome
Producer Klaus Schulze
Wahnfried chronology
Trancelation
(1994)
Trance Appeal
(1996)
Drums 'n' Balls (The Gancha Dub)
(1997)

Trance Appeal is the sixth album by Klaus Schulze under the alias Richard Wahnfried (or just Wahnfried in this case), released in 1996.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze and Jörg Schaaf, except where noted.

No. Title Note Length
1. "Suspense"   on original release 3:40
2. "Bizarre"   on original release 5:43
3. "Rubbish"   on original release 4:06
4. "Angel Heart"   on original release 8:50
5. "So What?"   on original release 3:43
6. "Towarisch"   on original release 4:06
7. "Das Mädchen mag es"   on original release 2:20
8. "A Chilly Fiesta"   on original release 9:34
9. "Espirit sans frontières"   on original release 8:37
10. "Psychedelic Clubbing"   on original release 9:00
11. "Le Sleep des Animaux"   on original release 3:02
12. "Marooned" (Schulze) reissue bonus track 13:12

Personnel[edit]

  • Klaus Schulze – Electronics, keyboards
  • Jörg Schaaf – Computer programming, keyboards[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wahnfried: Trance Appeal". Klaus-schulze.com. 1996-05-07. Retrieved 2014-02-17. 
  2. ^ 2007 reissue CD booklet