CYBORG is the second solo album by Klaus Schulze, originally released in October 1973.
Recording Date: February to July 1973
Recording site(s): Berlin
Producer(s): Klaus Schulze
Composer(s): Klaus Schulze
Musician(s): Klaus Schulze, Colloquium Musica Orchestra (Berlin)
Inspiration for the album titel was a book by SF-author Frank Herbert.
On some french issues, the order of the tracks were exchanged.
The original red cover is from Marcel Fugère (photo) and Peter Greitner, later issues use a picture of the painting "Der bewusste Tiefschlaf" by Suisse artist Urs Amann. In 1985, GRAMAVISION in the USA reissued parts of Schulze's back catalogue with new covers showing printed circuit boards superimposed over photographs of landscapes.
In 2006 it was the nineteenth Schulze album reissued by REVISTED RECORDS as part of a series of Schulze album reissues. The bonus track was recorded during a concert in Brussels' "St. Michael" cathedral on October 17th, 1977.
CYBORG was dedicated to Rita Schulze.
Teisco organ, VCS3 synthesizer, percussion
- 1973 OHR KOSMISCHE MUSIK KM 2/58.005 2LP
- 1973 BRAIN 2/1078 0001.078-2 2LP
- 1975 BRAIN 2/1078 (green Brain) 2LP
- 1977 BRAIN 0001.078-2 (orange Brain) 2LP
- 1977 BRAIN 2/1078 0001.078-2 (black Brain) 2LP
- 2006 SPV/REVISTED RECORDS REV 058 2CD Digipak
- 1973 CLEMENTINE CLE 33001 2LP
- 1976 ISADORA ISA 9005/6 2LP
- 1986 AVI 2002 2CD
- 1991 FNAC 662011 2CD
- 1995 SPALAX 14922 CD
- 1973 PDU 2LP (?)
- 1976 ARIOLA 27 581 XBT 2LP
- ? GRAMAVISION 18-7020-1 2LP
- 1978 TEICHIKU / BRAIN UPS-670~1-EB 2LP
- 2007 ARCANGELO ARC-7264/65 2CD Papersleeve