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Boomkat Product Review:
**Edition of 500** Picking up where Fax +49-69/450464's series left off, this latest volume collects experimental and ambient studio excursions pulled from Thomas P Heckmann's legendary EBM/Industrial/Techno output between 1991-2013. Apparently taking inspiration from "60s and obscure music", the tracks on 'The Lost Tales Vol.III' document what happens in Heckmann's studio once the kick drums stop and he really starts to feel out his arsenal of modular synthesisers, casio keyboards, sequencers and drum machines. They range from typically Teutonic kosmiche visions such as 'Berlin to Dawn' thru eerie, Oskar Sala-esque sci-fi themes like 'Suspense', and the electroid sequencer groove 'Back In The Days' and the pulsing, symphonic ambient techno zones of 'Ode To A Friend', which we'd guess is dedicated to his departed comrade, Peter Kuhlmann aka Pete Namlook.