Sound 2000 3 is another in the electronic series. This one features a Moog, an organ, and an electric piano. Could it be outtakes from the previous volumes? "Wedding Day" and most of side two are nice, but there are no heavy surprises here and nothing especially attractive for latter-day listeners. Easy listening, of the variety with strings anyway, becomes something else when transformed by the cold, sterile sound of early synthesizer, and that something is "Muzak." If anyone has a taste for it, Sound 2000 3 is at least okay, with some gassy moments toward the end. Mercifully, however, there is other music in the year 2000... and other Klaus Wunderlich albums.
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AllMusic Review by Tony Wilds