Cluster - Zuckerzeit
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1974 Ratings: #24 / 96
User Score
Based on 47 ratings
January 1, 1974 / Release Date
LP / Format
Brain Records / Label
Krautrock / Genres
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I mean it is some really nice instrumental electronic Krautrock which has some many interesting sounds and concept for quite hypnotic and playful listen, with each track slowly built upon its course, it was quite a dramatic shift from their first 2 records but a welcome one.

Track Review

Hollywood 9/10
Caramel 8.5/10.
Rote Riki 8/10
Rosa 7.5/10.
Caramba 8/10
Fotschi Tong 7.5/10.
James 7/10
Marzipan 7.5/10.
Rotor 7.5/10.
Heiße Lippen 8.5/10.

Average: 7.9/10
слушая этот альбом, держите в голове не краут-рок сцену, а более позднюю электронную. Cluster одни из тех, кто предвосхитил эту сцену. возникает даже ощущение, что разные электронщики позже разграбили Zuckerzeit на детали
Yes The Krautrock evolution it's kinda sad for those who love a lot the organic era with guitars drums and crazyness, the stile take an steep to synth/ambient era that still's great and was the most important and success era.
I gotta confess I'm like a lot the electronic experimental space stuff era and mostly of those Krautrock songs and bands the i hear is tha era but we all know that's not the real Krautrock. Is Just an bunch of Soundtrack for films Tangerine Dream is there for you see ... read more
Millennials really out here cultivating virtual egregores only to use them as receptacles for microtraumautic abuse.

Fav Trak: Marzipan
10. Rotor
9. Fotschi Tong
8. James
7. Marzipan
6. Heiße Lippen
5. Rosa
4. Caramel
3. Caramba
2. Rote Riki
1. Hollywood
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Track List

  1. Hollywood
  2. Caramel
  3. Rote Riki
  4. Rosa
  5. Caramba
  6. Fotschi Tong
  7. James
  8. Marzipan
  9. Rotor
  10. Heiße Lippen
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Added on: April 5, 2013