New age electronic music can give different impressions to every listener. "Magic Black Forest" could be named "The Great Chinese Wall," and "Indian Monsoon" also really sounds like this. Except for some more rhythmic parts, there are not many differences in contrast to the previous release. The CD features similar wide synthesizer sounds, slow tempi, glimmering chords, and very harmonic phrases; according to the motto of Stephan Kaske, "If 140 bpm stand for daily stress and the mainstream charts, I prefer 14 beats per minute."
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AllMusic Review by Klaus Kehrle