This finally resulted in We Need More Space in the Cosmos, an ode to lost hero’s such as Klaus Schulze and Jean-Michel Jarre. The album recalls eighties electronics, i.e. an era when kraut rock culminated into new space ages and cosmic television soundtracks. But still the Köhn trademarks pop up from the very first second. His unique approach to music that made him differ from the likes of Aphex Twin and Oval in the nineties, now shows the man as a Cosmic Courier of the 21st century.
We Need More Space in the Cosmos
The comeback we were all waiting for! Ever since his “Bruce Willis” album (Western Vinyl, 2003) Jürgen De Blonde mainly focussed on music for dance and theatre productions. Until recently when he relived his old synthesizer festish.
LP / DL
Release Date: 16-10-2009
Artwork: Yves Jeanson Geometrical Abstraction Art Collection
1. The Ocean That Has No West And No East
2. Space Is No Place
3. Goodbye Pluto
4. Trans-Neptunian Objects
5. The Aids Of Space
6. For About One Minute, It Seemed To Work Just Fine
7. Opinions Are Like Assholes. The Internet Is Full Of Them
8. Alpha Arietis