Contemporary Works I

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Contemporary Works I
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Released2000
Recorded1998–2000
Genre Electronic music, Space music
Label Rainhorse Records
Producer Klaus Schulze

Contemporary Works I is a limited-edition 10-disc CD box set released by Klaus Schulze in 2000 containing new studio material. The CDs are in cardboard sleeves and housed in a wooden box. Two years later Schulze released Contemporary Works II . Six of the discs have been reissued in 2005–2007 as part of the overall reissue program of Schulze back catalog by Revisited Records. [1] Three more have been reissued in 2016–2018 by the label MiG.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze.

Disc 1: Vanity of Sounds (reissued in 2005)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Vanity of Sounds"on original release17:08
2."Sacred Romance"on original release23:13
3."The Wings of Strings"on original release14:47
4."From Words to Silence"on original release23:40

Disc 2: The Crime of Suspense (reissued in 2006)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Good Old 4 on the Floor"on original release24:00
2."J.E.M."on original release17:25
3."Overchill"on original release29:24
4."Ruins"reissue bonus track (from CD 10 of Contemporary Works I)4:34
5."Castles"reissue bonus track (from CD 10 of Contemporary Works I)4:15

Disc 3: Wahnfried: Trance 4 Motion (reissued in 2018)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Local Scanning"on original release45:57
2."Aphrodesire"on original release17:40
3."Global Midication (SMS-Remix)"on original release15:31

Disc 4: U.S.O.: Privée (reissued in 2016)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."The Keyhole"on original release4:02
2."Privat"on original release19:05
3."Privee"on original release15:43
4."Private"on original release25:01
5."Privatissimo"reissue bonus track (from CD 10 of Contemporary Works I)4:03

Disc 5: Klaus Schulze vs. Solar Moon: Docking (reissued in 2017) {Disc 1}

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Let The Rain Come"on original release22:42
2."You Get What..."on original release22:17
3."Strong"on original release14:52
4."Sugar Mode"on original release16:44

Disc 5: Klaus Schulze vs. Solar Moon: Docking (reissued in 2017) {Disc 2}

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Strong (Dub Version)"reissue bonus track24:36
2."What You Deserve (Poly Dub)"reissue bonus track28:55
3."What You Deserve (Instrumental)"reissue bonus track22:34

Disc 6: Ballett 1 (reissued in 2006)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Getting Near"on original release10:43
2."Slightly Touched"on original release29:32
3."Agony"on original release35:30

Disc 7: Ballett 2 (reissued in 2006)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Atmosphère Concrète"on original release7:35
2."Kagi's Lament"on original release30:12
3."Wolf's Ponticelli"on original release24:18
4."The Smile of Shadows"on original release12:06
5."Trance 4 Motion"reissue bonus track (from CD 10 of Contemporary Works I)5:42

Disc 8: Ballett 3 (reissued in 2007)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."My Ty She"on original release75:40
2."Schauer der Vorwelt"reissue bonus track3:30

Disc 9: Ballett 4 (reissued in 2007)

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Mellowtrone"on original release13:53
2."Soft'n'Groovy"on original release30:00
3."To B Flat"on original release23:52
4."Eleven 2 Eleven"reissue bonus track (from CD 10 of Contemporary Works I)10:14

Disc 10: Adds & Edits

No.TitleNoteLength
1."Global Medication" 3:48
2."Windy Times"reissue bonus track on Timewind 4:50
3."Short Romance"reissue bonus track on Live @ KlangArt 15:40
4."Outer Canal Street" 3:44
5."Privatissimo"reissue bonus track on Privée4:03
6."Deserve" 4:59
7."Trance 4 Motion"reissue bonus track on Ballett 25:46
8."Strongly" 3:49
9."A Tiny Violin"reissue bonus track on Androgyn4:14
10."Solar Moon" 4:11
11."Castles"reissue bonus track on The Crime of Suspense4:11
12."Short Rain" 3:43
13."Ruins"reissue bonus track on The Crime of Suspense4:29
14."Vox'n'Harmony"reissue bonus track on Another Green Mile as Voice'n'Harmony5:23
15."Eleven 2 Eleven"reissue bonus track on Ballett 410:05
16."The Breeze" 5:31

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References

  1. "Contemporary Works I". Klaus Schulze. 2000-10-30. Retrieved 2012-02-10.