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There are at least 4 bands named Cluster (a German ambient musical group, a French “heavy rock” band, a Brazilian, and an Italian vocal group)

1/ Cluster is a German musical group whose output prefigures ambient music.

Having previously collaborated in the use of electronic instruments and experimental technique, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, and Conrad Schnitzler formed Cluster in 1970. This trio released three albums, Klopfzeichen, Zwei Osterei, and Eruption. When Schnitzler left the group, Roedelius and Moebius became Cluster, and worked extensively with producer/engineer Conny Plank until his death in 1987.

Cluster and Neu! founder Michael Rother recorded several albums under the name Harmonia, and as such were joined by Brian Eno for one album, Tracks and Traces (recorded 1976; released 1997). Eno separately worked with Cluster on the albums Cluster & Eno (1977) and After the Heat (1978).

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

2/ Cluster is French heavy rock (mix between rock, hard rock and heavy metal) band from France (near Paris). They relased their 1st LP, “Sociétarium”, in 2007. See their myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/clustergroupe

3/ Cluster is an Italian a cappella group founded in 2003 by five young musicians, who were studying at Niccolò Paganini Conservatory of Music in Genoa.
“Cement”, Cluster’s first album, was released in 2006 and got 3 CARA nomintaions (Contemporary Acappella Recording Award).
The band was brought to wider success after taking part to an italian tv show named “X factor”, in 2008.

4/ Cluster is a Brazilian band from São Paulo

Edited by heyitsbrad on 6 Nov 2010, 15:05

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