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01 Sequencer (from 70 to 07)
02 Euro caravan
03 Thor (Thunder)
The DCE (Dictionary Of Contemporary English) describes a „continuum“ in its 2nd meaning listed as „anything that changes only by regular degrees and keeps a common character from beginning to end“.
And so it comes as no surprise that one of the most continuous artists in (electronic) music names his latest - and umpteenth ‘return’ - album “Kontinuum”.
“Kontinuum” includes 3 new Schulze tracks that all fans all over the world will love. The frist track ‘Sequenzer (from 70 to 7) with the Schulze typical Sequenzer sound, will carry the listener back into the good old seventies. With ‘Euro Caravan’ the music is gliding towards the present and with the nearly 32 minute track ‘Thor (Thunder)’ Schulze will take us on a trip into the future. This new piece of music shows all facets of his lifework.
The SPV label Revisited Records starts early 2005 with re-releases of the Schulze back catalogue. Today there are 30 older albums out again as Deluxe Editions with new liner notes, photos and tons of bonus material.
At the end of 2005 Schulze released his latest studio work “Moonlake” and in 2006 he received the french music price "Prix d´honneur" for KS, from French organisation Qwartz.
Time now to go into retirement in his 6th decade of life?
"Well, what should I do in retirement, Mr. Colleague? I have only just begun, haha! And I do want to know how electronic music evolves. I mean, at the moment there is a bit of stagnation in the scene. When techno became popular there at least was more movement. But now these guys have found their groove, partly they are very successful and they are continuing with their concept. I´m waiting for the next revolution. It will come, I´m really very optimistic here. And then I want to be part of it. Sometime I will surely retire – perhaps in 2250? Not until they carry me out of this studio in a box!"
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