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Ulrich Schnauss


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    On My Own - 2019 remaster
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    Monday - Paracetamol - 2019 remaster
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    Bach: Prelude And Fugue In C - Ulrich Schnauss Rework - Johann Sebastian Bach, András Schiff,
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    Sirocco - Jonas Munk
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    A Letter from Home - 2019 remaster
A somewhat mysterious producer from Berlin, Germany, Ulrich Schnauss debuted under his own name in 2001 with Far Away Trains Passing By.
Released by City Centre Offices, the album seemingly came from nowhere and wound up on several journalists' year-end favorites lists, impressing many with a beguiling level of charm that referenced the shimmer of the Cocteau Twins and the beat mining of the Black Dog. Released in 2003, A Strangely Isolated Place, which was much closer to shoegaze than U.K. techno, was followed in 2007 by the multi-layered, texturally rich indie electronica of third album Goodbye. The following years would be filled with a multitude of smaller projects, including multiple EP releases and remixes, as well as collaborations with A Shoreline Dream and All in the Golden Afternoon. In late 2009, Schnauss' labels Independiente and Domino sued Guns N' Roses, claiming the band had used portions of Schnauss' compositions in the track "Riad 'n the Bedouins" without permission on the album Chinese Democracy. His tendency toward collaboration continued into the 2010s with full-length works Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk in 2011 and Underrated Silence, a collaborative effort with Mark Peters released in 2012. Schnauss has also had his hands in a number of other projects, including Hexaquart (minimal techno-house) and Ethereal 77 (drum'n'bass), in addition to engineering work for a number of other artists. His 2013 album, A Long Way to Fall, was a return to working without collaborators and featured his most new age-inspired sound to date. Later that year, however, he and Peters reteamed for Tomorrow Is Another Day, which blended their aesthetics even more seamlessly than before. As a member of dream pop group Engineers, Schnauss contributed to their 2014 release, Always Returning, and by year's end, he had also joined legendary electronic group Tangerine Dream as a full-time member. His next release as a solo artist would come in 2016 with No Further Ahead Than Today, which appeared on his own Scripted Realities label. In 2018 Schnauss teamed up with fellow Tangerine Dreamer Thorsten Quaeschning for the vintage-sounding Synthwaves. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi


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