The liner notes for Collection by Klaus Kruger proclaim that it is one of the most important albums to come from Berlin's avant-garde and experimental scenes. That statement implies that Kruger was one of the most important musicians in those scenes. Given his beginnings (drummer for Tangerine Dream, same as Klaus Schulze), he had the potential. Unfortunately, the proclamation and the implication are both wrong. The music on this disc is just irritating. It has no structure and no direction. It is -- supposedly -- a collection of his best music. The rest of his music must be...
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AllMusic Review by Jim Brenholts