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Harmonia
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Harmonia formed as a collaboration between Michael Rother from Neu! and Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius of Cluster, and later included British ambient music artist Brian Eno.
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Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1 Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1
(Zeitgeist Media no#, 2019, DVD)
Various Artists — Kopf Musik Various Artists — Kopf Musik
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 79, 2017, 3CD)
Harmonia 76 — Tracks and Traces Harmonia 76 — Tracks and Traces
(Rykodisc RCD 10428, 1976/1997, CD)
Harmonia — Deluxe Harmonia — Deluxe
(Brain 07314 5275662 6, 1975/2010, CD)
Harmonia — Live 1974 Harmonia — Live 1974
(Water 208, 1974/2007, CD)
Harmonia — Musik von Harmonia Harmonia — Musik von Harmonia
(Brain 06024 9812983 8, 1974/2010, CD)

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