The Unspoken Thing is the second track on the nineteenth disc NEW STYLE from the box set JUBILEE EDITION (1997) by Klaus Schulze.
Recorded: 1987 (though 1978 is more likely)
Composer(s): Klaus Schulze
Performer(s): Klaus Schulze
The Unspoken Thing has 7 subtitles, though they are no separate tracks to skip to.
- The Unspoken Thing (36:43)
- Without A Word (06:29)
- The Frozen Jug Band (02:50)
- The Crypt Trip (07:19)
- Tootling The Multitudes (04:11)
- What's His Game? (07:24)
- What Do You Think Of My Buddha? (04:56)
- The Rusky-Dusky Neon Dust (03:34)
An alternate version of this track is to find on the seventh disc of this box set, called Ballet Pour Le Docteur Faustus. It's 90 seconds longer than this track, thus slightly different, but still it sounds the same. Due to the strong similarities, The Unspoken Thing was probably added by mistake.
This track thematically sounds similar to the Richard Wahnfried track Midiaction, though without the added sound effects and drum loops. The same applies for Ludwigs Traum (which sounds exactly the same as Midiaction, though 6 seconds longer).
- JUBILEE EDITION (1997) - (36:43)