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Michael Hoenig

Michael Hoenig
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Michael Hoenig (born 4 January 1952) is a German composer who has composed music for several films and games, in addition to two solo albums, including the highly-acclaimed 1978 album Departure from the Northern Wasteland. He first came to attention as the innovative keyboardist for Agitation Free, briefly joined Tangerine Dream, and has collaborated with many of the pioneers of German electronic music.
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Agitation Free — Shibuya Nights Agitation Free — Shibuya Nights
(Esoteric Recordings EAGFCD1001, 2011, CD)
Agitation Free  — At the Cliffs of River Rhine Agitation Free — At the Cliffs of River Rhine
(Garden of Delights CD 028, 1998, CD)
Hoenig / Göttsching — Early Water Hoenig / Göttsching — Early Water
(Spalax 14536, 1995/1997, CD)
Michael Hoenig — Departure from the Northern Wasteland Michael Hoenig — Departure from the Northern Wasteland
(Kuckuck CD 079, 1978/1987, CD)
Agitation Free — Last Agitation Free — Last
(Spalax 14229, 1976/1992, CD)
Agitation Free — Fragments Agitation Free — Fragments
(Garden of Delights CD-088, 1974/2003, CD)
Agitation Free — 2nd Agitation Free — 2nd
(Garden of Delights CD 071, 1973/2002, CD)
Agitation Free — Malesch Agitation Free — Malesch
(Garden of Delights CD 069, 1972/2002, CD)

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