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Originally released in 1981, Offene Türen was the eighth solo album by Hans-Joachim Roedelius, following two other solo volumes that had arrived in the earlier months of the same year. Roedelius had already proven to be a pivotal force in establishing the Krautrock movement through his work in Harmonia, Cluster, and various other collaborations. The 12 tracks on Offene Türen offer up angular explorations of vintage synthesizer waveforms, bluntly brutish drumming, and at times theatrical faux-classical compositions, as on the cracklingly electric "Zeremoniell."


Born: October 26, 1934 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

From his early work with the pioneering Krautrock band Cluster to his later, more ambient solo recordings, Hans Joachim Roedelius remained one of the most innovative and prolific voices in contemporary electronic music. Born in Berlin in 1934, he drifted through a series of odd jobs before turning to music, later collaborating with conceptual artist Conrad Schnitzler in a series of experimental bands including Plus/Minus, Noises, and the Human Being. In 1968, Roedelius and Schnitzler were among the...
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