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  1. Krautrock - Wikipedia

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    Krautrock (also called kosmische Musik, German: cosmic music) is a broad genre of experimental rock that developed in West Germany in the late 1960s and early 1970s among artists who blended elements of psychedelic rock, electronic music, and various avant-garde influences.

    • Kosmische Musik, elektronische Musik, Teutonic rock
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  2. Talk:Kosmische musik - Wikipedia

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    The German Wikipedia has NOT an article for "Kosmische musik". Hum, I will try to improve the article in the next days, but I think that it will be very hard to do something good for it. If someone wants to merge this article with Kraut rock , then remember that a merger is a non-automated process.

  3. "Kosmische musik wikipedia" in English is

    Cosmic music wikipedia

  4. kosmische musik - Wiktionary

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    kosmische; Etymology . Borrowed from German kosmische Musik (“ cosmic music ”), used in German in the liner notes of the album Alpha Centauri (1971). Noun . kosmische musik (uncountable) West German experimental space rock from the 1970s. Synonyms: kosmische, krautrock Coordinate terms: space rock, New Age music

  5. Krautrock - Wikipedia

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    Il krautrock (anche chiamato con l'espressione tedesca Kosmische Musik, in italiano musica cosmica) è un termine coniato dalla stampa e critica angloamericana in riferimento alla scena musicale costituita dai gruppi attivi in Germania negli anni settanta che hanno prodotto in varia misura forme musicali nuove sulla base del rock progressivo o della musica elettronica tedesca (ad esempio ...

  6. Krautrocksampler - Wikipedia

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    Krautrocksampler: One Head's Guide to the Great Kosmische Musik - 1968 Onwards, written by the musician and writer Julian Cope, is a book describing the underground music scene in Germany from 1968 through the 1970s.

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  7. kosmische musik wiki | Last.fm

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    Kosmische Musik (music of the cosmos) is a genre of experimental electronic music that was born in Germany in the late 1960s to early 1970s; the term often mistakenly refers to the whole German electronic and prog rock scene, including so-called "Krautrock".

  8. Neu! '75 - Wikipedia

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    Neu! 75 is the third studio album by the krautrock band Neu!.It was recorded and mixed at Conny Plank's studio between December 1974 and January 1975. It was released in 1975 by Brain Records, and officially reissued on CD on 29 May 2001 by Astralwerks in the US and by Grönland Records in the UK.

  9. Kosmische Musik Label | Releases | Discogs

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    An early-mid 1970s German label, hosted by Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser and Gille Lettmann. It was a division of Ohr Records, manufactured and distributed by Metronome. The label was born as Die Kosmischen Kuriere with just 3 releases before becoming Kosmische Musik with distinctive Peter Geitner art/design. The music is mostly Space Rock, eclectic...

  10. Kosmische musik music | Last.fm

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    Kosmische Musik (music of the cosmos) is a genre of experimental electronic music that was born in Germany in the late 1960s to early 1970s; the term often mistakenly refers to the whole German electronic and prog rock scene, including so-called "Krautrock".

  11. Kosmische Musik (1972, Vinyl) | Discogs

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1972 Vinyl release of Kosmische Musik on Discogs.