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The Dark Side Of The Moog - Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook

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"This record is dedicated to Bob Moog"

The noteworthy first meeting of '70s space hero Klaus Schülze and his '90s inheritor Pete Namlook, Dark Side of the Moog is an hour-long journey into vintage space territory, quite similar to Schülze classics Timewind or Moondawn, perhaps because he was using analogue synthesizers for the first time in many years.

Although there are 10 physical tracks, the album is meant to be played as one single piece (like many earlier FAX albums).
Sub-tracks are not mentioned in the release.

According to "The Works", made by Klaus D. Müller, the release date is the 10 of October and it was recorded from 8 to 11 of September 1994 in Hambühren. The FAX Homepage is contradicting regarding the release date, because it says that the date was the 17th of October, but the week was 41, and the 17th of October 1994 is in week 42.

Track Listings:
    1 Wish You Were There 5:01
    2 Wish You Were There 5:00
    3 Wish You Were There 5:00
    4 Wish You Were There 4:59
    5 Wish You Were There 5:00
    6 Wish You Were There 4:59
    7 Wish You Were There 5:00
    8 Wish You Were There 4:59
    9 Wish You Were There 4:59
    10 Wish You Were There 6:16
Total Time: 51:21
Artist Name(s):
Klaus Schulze, Peter Kulhman
Release Year: 1994
Ambient, EBM, Experimental, Space Rock
Album Type:
Compact Disc
Label / Publishing
Label Name:
Catalog Number(s):
Fax +49-69/450464 – PK 08/96
Hambühren, Germany
Editions / Reissues
  1. Fax +49-69/450464,
  2. CD aw 004,
  3. CD AW 004
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