Dig It (Klaus Schulze album)

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Dig It
Klaus Schulze Dig It.jpg
Studio album by Klaus Schulze
Released October 31, 1980
Recorded May to September 1980
Genre Electronic music, Space music, Berlin School, Trance music
Length 48:31 (original)
77:11 (reissue)
Label Brain
Producer Klaus Schulze
Klaus Schulze chronology
Dig It
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dig It is the thirteenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1980, and in 2005 was the sixth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. It is Schulze's first fully digital recording. The 2005 reissue includes a bonus DVD with the video recording of the 1980 performance at Ars Electronica, which was previously released as audio on The Ultimate Edition (2000).

The opening track, "Death of an Analogue", would later find use as the main theme to the 1982 Australian horror film Next of Kin, starring Jacki Kerin and John Jarratt.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze.

Disc 1 (CD)

No. Title Note Length
1. "Death of an Analogue" on original release 12:15
2. "Weird Caravan" on original release 5:16
3. "The Looper Isn't a Hooker" on original release 8:30
4. "Synthasy" on original release 22:53
5. "Esoteric Goody" reissue bonus track 28:21

Disc 2 (DVD)

No. Title Note Length
1. "Linzer Stahlsinfonie" Opening concert at Ars Electronica, September 8, 1980 62:22


  • Klaus Schulze – synthesizer, guitar, drums, keyboards, vocals, engineer, computers
  • Fred Severloh – drums


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