Tracklist: 01. Stille Mauern - Part 1 02. Stille Mauern - Part 2 03. Stille Mauern - Part 3 04. Stille Mauern - Part 4 05. Stille Mauern - Part 5 06. Stille Mauern - Part 6 07. Stille Mauern - Part 7 08. Stille Mauern - Part 8 09. Stille Mauern - Part 9 10. Stille Mauern - Part 10 11.
I’ve continuously been working on its development over the course of these past three years and a whole lot of effort, dedication an. .love went into it. A rather emotional record, this one. A necessary and cathartic one, too. Make love, not walls.
Walls (Album) by Apparat, released 25 May 2007 1. Not A Number 2. Hailin From The Edge 3. Useless Information 4. Limelight 5. Holdon 6. Fractales Pt. 1 7. 2 8. Birds 9. Arcadia - Album Version 10. You Don't Know Me 11. Headup 12. Over And Over 1. And somewhere, in between all those activities, he managed to record Walls, his first solo studio album since 2003's Duplex. Despite its title, Walls isn't about dividing lines. Instead, it describes a circle that pulls many elements together into a protected, enclosed space where they jostle and roam free: strings and mallet instruments; rock guitar and gravelly sawtooth synths; stuttering digital percussion and muscular studio drumming. This record isn't really a focused and conceptual production," says Apparat.
stille mauern - silent walls - nomos-quartett.
Harald Weiss (surname also spelled "Weiß") (born 26 May 1949 in Salzgitter) is a German composer, director, screenwriter, and free-lance artist. Weiss's compositions are influenced by minimalism, as well as jazz and rock musics. Numerous trips (in the context of theater workshops and tours) to Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America have also had a significant influence on his music. Numerous trips (in the context of theater workshops and tours) to Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America have also had a significant influence on his music
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