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A must have for Krautrock fans. "The World's most important rock group" - Brian Eno "Of the so-called Krautrock bands Harmonia's music is the most beautiful" - Dangerous Minds. This remastered reissue coincides with the recent release of 'Complete Works', a luxurious Harmonia box set containing five digitally remastered LPs (including a previously unreleased album).
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Contrary to many other reviewers on here, I have to admit that I much prefer Deluxe to Musik Von Harmonia... though, naturally, I adore them both. As fine an album as Musik Von... is, it largely evokes the kosmische Kraut sounds that Tangerine Dream, Neu!, & Kraftwerk had nailed a year or 2 previously. Deluxe, however, is much more subtle & contemplative - Rother's guitar plays a far more prominent role this time 'round, & the addition of sporadic live percussion (rather than bargain basement rhythm box) means that these sessions pulse & undulate beautifully.
3 important things that define this LP: (i) it does for the Germany countryside what Kraftwerk's Autobahn did for it's road network; (ii) it's better than any Eno LP &, in all fairness, Eno would almost certainly agree, & (iii) "Monza" essentially IS Bowie's "Red Sails".
In all seriousness, Deluxe is one of the finest electronic albums of the last 40 years.