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Wolfgang Maus Soundpicture - Children of the Universe (1979) [Reissue 2012]

24-07-2015, 18:21
Soul | Funk | Electronic | Disco | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Wolfgang Maus Soundpicture - Children of the Universe (1979) [Reissue 2012]

Artist: Wolfgang Maus Soundpicture
Title Of Album: Children of the Universe
Year Of Release: 2012 [1979]
Label (Catalog#): EMI Electrola [HC 428]
Genre: Disco, Soul, Funk, Electronic
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks,vinyl,scans)
Bitrate: 320 kbps / Lossless [16bit / 24bit]
Time: 42:51 min
Full Size: 106 mb / 260 mb / 489 mb
WebSite: Album Preview

"Extremely welcome reissue for this ridiculously rare LP from German composer and bass maestro Wolfgang Maus. Seldom do such hyped albums live up to their reputation but this one does in spades - ‘Children of the Universe’ is a real delight from beginning to end with not a filler track in sight. It takes you on a journey of musical styles and emotions from great dancefloor-friendly disco-funk such as ‘Civilisation’, ‘Time and Space’ and the outstanding title track, meandering through experimental spaced-out soundscapes ‘Introduction To Mankind’ and ‘Friendly Vibrations’, and dipping into the languid soul of ‘Western Way of Life’, ‘Nightmare’ and ‘Yesterday Has Gone’. Plus we have stunning slo-mo psychedelic disco gem ‘Schizoprenic World’ and finally to cap it off the the best-known track from the album ‘Testimony‘, whose supremely laid-back dreamy disco vibes make it the Balearic DJs’ secret weapon of choice. Don’t miss this - it really is as good as they say it is plus awesome artwork to boot!"


A1 Children Of The Universe 6:12
A2 Introduction To Mankind 3:04
A3 Civilisation 3:38
A4 Schizophrenic World 3:59
A5 Nightmare 4:22
A6 Did You Ever Dream...? 1:26
B1 Time And Space 3:29
B2 Western Way Of Life 3:40
B3 Testimony 3:13
B4 Friendly Vibrations 3:09
B5 Yesterday Has Gone 5:52
B6 Coda: Testimony 0:56

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