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Genre: Electronic
Performer: Christopher Franke
Title: Klemania
Style: Berlin-School, New Age
Date of release: 1993
Country: US
MP3 album size: 1828 mb
FLAC APE album size: 1577 mb
WMA album size: 1814 mb
Digital formats: AHX MOD VQF VOX DTS TTA AA
Christopher Franke - Klemania download free


1 Scattered Thoughts Of A Canyon Flight 21:57
2 Inside The Morphing Space 19:58
3 Silent Waves 3:47

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonic Images Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sonic Images Records
  • Published By – Sonic Images Publishing
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing


  • Composed By, Performer – Christopher Franke
  • Cover – Doerte Lau, Peter Hollesen
  • Mastered By – Rudi Panke
  • Photography By [Black & White] – John Felton
  • Recorded By, Producer – Richard E. Roth


Published by Sonic Images Publishing / EMI Music Publishing - GEMA/BMI

℗© 1993 Sonic Images
Manufactured by Cinram in the USA

Actual track timings differ slightly from what is printed on release. The printed durations are:
1: 22:05
2: 20:07
3: 4:10

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 82827-8110-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 782827811020
  • Matrix / Runout: MFG BY CINRAM USA SICD8110 1029-21
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SI 8504-2 Christopher Franke Klemania ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sonic Images SI 8504-2 US 1995
SID-6504 Christopher Franke Klemania ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sonic Images SID-6504 US 1998
SICD 8110 Christopher Franke Klemania ‎(CD, Album) Sonic Images SICD 8110 Germany 1993

Discussion about Christopher Franke - Klemania
Christoph(er) Franke has made his biggest mark post-Tangerine Dream as a soundtrack composer. His first solo album, Pacific Highway, attempted the same compositional style as the band he'd just left, and was relatively good at doing so. Klemania, however, leaves me with the sense that soundtrack composition has taken over his whole creative outlook. The first track in particular strikes me as a string of briefly described soundtrack themes glued together with ornamentations. The second piece achieves a more cohesive feeling, but still suggests many ideas strung together (albeit with more atmosphere than the first track) more than a fully developed, complete composition. The final track is a short one and also does little to distinguish itself. It has a TD-esque arpeggiation that runs through the whole piece, and is otherwise tidy and sparkly, but doesn't really say anything that Franke hasn't said a hundreds of times already. Klemania is worth having if you're a complete nut about TD and all things its various members have done (like me), but is by no means vital.
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