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Harmonia is a Krautrock supergroup from Germany. They formed as a collaboration between Michael Rother of Neu! and Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius of Cluster. Later, they included British ambient music artist Brian Eno for their lone release together under the name Harmonia 76. Their first album, "Musik Von Harmonia" (1973), leaned more towards Cluster's ambient-tinged rock than Neu's Motorik rock. The second album "Deluxe" (1975) had much stronger beats and a more Motorik sound, arguably more commercial. With the addition of Brian Eno for the 1976 recording sessions, the third album, Tracks and Traces, was again more ambient in style.

Harmonia disbanded in 1976 but reunited in 2007 to perform live at the Worldtronics Festival in Berlin, Germany. In November of that year, they also released "Live 1974", featuring entirely new material not found on any previous albums.

Similar artists to Harmonia include Cluster, La Düsseldorf, Michael Rother, Popol Vuh, Moebius & Roedelius (Cluster), Ashra, Holger Czukay (Can), Guru Guru, Amon Düül II , Agitation Free , Kosmischer Läufer , Conrad Schnitzler , Peter Baumann , Faust ,


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