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Entrance [Import]

Klaus Schulze Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (24 Feb 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B0000073MW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 705,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.0 out of 5 stars An album of polar opposites 13 April 2008
Format:Audio CD
Four tracks of around eighteen minutes each and fantastic recording quality. For me this is the last decent album Klaus Schulze produced.

The opening, title, track kicks off with a melee of effects (like a modern, digital version of Klaus' 1979 offering 'Dune', for those familiar with that work). After four minutes these fade away as a jaunty, up-tempo sequence starts up. However this tends to dominate the piece and mask any development the track might have. There ARE things going on below the surface but frankly they are not interesting enough to make me want to listen. Consequently the piece just goes on for too long. And, in fact, this is the big flaw for the first half of the album: the pieces start well enough and sound like they are going to get quite interesting but just when you think "something is bound to happen now"... it doesn't!!!

'alpha-Numerique' starts with a deep bass 'choir voice' accompanied by short, chopping synth chords. A sharp blast heralds a lightweight, playful sequence. This time things do change a bit - but rather than the gradual evolvement we are used to from most of Schulze's work, we get sudden changes. But it's all a bit too 'plinky-plonky' for my liking and lacks real conviction, so I can't really take it seriously. Part way through Klaus briefly adds some percussive stabs that add meat to the track but it's far too late. However I do love the way he kills the track with a wonderful crescendo of drums!

'Fm Delight' is far superior!! Close your eyes and listen to the wonderful, dreamy, angelic introductory theme - paradise! A lovely, bouncy sequence starts up and then in come what sound like synthesiser versions of tom-toms to add to the effervescent mix. An electric piano stabs away happily to enhance the piece further.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Synth Album - Bar None! 26 Aug 2002
Format:Audio CD
En=Trance, is without doubt my favourite all time synth album. It appear to be overlooked by many Schulze fans. Don't make this mistake! As with many of Schulze's work, you have to treat it like a good wine, and after a few listenings you begin to appreciate the mastery of this music. Once it gets you your hooked.
This CD contains only 4 tracks, but what tracks. A feast of sweeping and interweaving chords that take you somewhere else.
The title track kicks off with Schulze's souring synth lines, pushing your speakers to the limit, and an underlying thundererous base underpins the whole thing, this music begs to be played loud. You wonder when it will calm down, it doesn't. It reminds me of the rythmic roaring of the waves during a storm.
Numerique comes next, with a slightly more laid back approach, but equally hypnotic and powerful.
Fm Delight is, I feel, THE ultimate synth creation bar none. All of the emotional strings are engaged in this track, and the whole piece seems to ride a gigantic rollercoaster of emotion. A no holes barred masterful piece.
Closing with Velvet System, confirms Schulze's skill. This is another beautiful piece. Rolling chords and bass lines pump out of the speakers apace and set your mind free.
To sum up - shut the doors, pump up the volume and leave your stress behind.
Essential listening. A must buy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars best of 80's 17 April 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Comparing to other 80's KS albums, I consider this one to be the best. All the 5 pieces are equilibred varying from spacial music to powerfull sequencers (velvet system). FM delight is strange combination starting with a Whannfried like part and then continuing "in crescendo" towards a dynamic rithmic ending.
With this album, KS begins to produce what I call "pure sounds", sounds you can find later in the early 90's albums (In Blue, Mediteranean pads, beyond recall).
So, worth to have it, even for beginners in KS!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, polished, rhythmical meditation music 22 Oct 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is the last CD of Schulze 80's style. In some sense it is just a continuation, not a entrance into new world of sounds. Four dynamic pieces with all necessary monononous Schulzian music that we used to like. Together with "Dreams" and "Interface" it is a represetnative sample of his polished 80's music. Good to buy a bundle with the other CD, which is now available in the US.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Surprise- Great! 28 Sep 2003
By Cosmic Mike - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I'd read a lot of bad reviews on this album and was completely surprised to hear how good it was. One of his best 80's recordings. Flowing, symphonic, awesome. Its not a real step forward which maybe why they hammered it? But it's close to the seventies classic era and many tracks are Klaus at his his most interesting and floaty. Real rich and synth spiritual. Good stuff!
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