"Once called 'the world's most important rock group' by Brian Eno, legendary minimalist avant-garde band Harmonia was formed in the early '70s by Michael Rother of Neu! and Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius of Cluster. Although this supergroup produced only two studio albums -- 1974's Musik von Harmonia and 1975's De luxe -- they were very influential and perfectly embodied the Krautrock ideal. While leaning slightly towards Cluster's ambient sound, they were also entirely their own entity -- a jet engine running clean and precise but also spouting asphyxiating aural exhaust."
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