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Jürgen Engler

Jürgen Engler
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Germany
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Jürgen Engler (born October 12, 1960 in Düsseldorf-Bilk, Germany) is a German artist best known as a founding member of Die Krupps. He has also worked with numerous other artists both in production and electronics.
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Releases on file (12)
Nik Turner — The Final Frontier Nik Turner — The Final Frontier
(Purple Pyramid CLO1195, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
David Cross — Crossing the Tracks David Cross — Crossing the Tracks
(Cleopatra CLO0885, 2018, CD)
Nik Turner — Life in Space Nik Turner — Life in Space
(Purple Pyramid CLO0605, 2017, CD)
Die Krupps — Stahlwerkrequiem Die Krupps — Stahlwerkrequiem
(Bureau B BB213, 2016, CD)
Jerry Goodman — Violin Fantasy Jerry Goodman — Violin Fantasy
(Purple Pyramid CLO0289CD, 2016, CD)
Nik Turner — Space Fusion Odyssey Nik Turner — Space Fusion Odyssey
(Cleopatra CLP2302, 2015, CD)
Moebius / Neumeier / Engler — Another Other Places Moebius / Neumeier / Engler — Another Other Places
(Bureau B BB154, 2014, CD)
Nik Turner — Space Gypsy Nik Turner — Space Gypsy
(Cleopatra CLP 0666, 2013, CD)
Nektar — A Spoonful of Time Nektar — A Spoonful of Time
(Purple Pyramid CLP 8932-2, 2012, CD)
Guru Guru — Psy Guru Guru — Psy
(Trance Music TM 0108 CD, 2008, CD)
Moebius / Neumeier / Engler (Cosmic Couriers) — Other Places Moebius / Neumeier / Engler (Cosmic Couriers) — Other Places
(Bureau B BB153, 1996/2014, CD)
Die Krupps — Stahlwerksynfonie Die Krupps — Stahlwerksynfonie
(SPV 308612 2CD, 1981/2010, CD)

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