|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||After The Heat||10||mp3||1978-00-00||Sky Records|
|2||After The Heat||10||mp3||1989||Sky Records|
|3||Schwarz (Eruption)||2||mp3||1971||Not On Label (Conrad Schnitzler Self-released)|
|4||Apropos Cluster||5||mp3||1990||Curious Music|
|10||Blue Moon - Original Motion-Picture Sound-Track||11||mp3||1986|
|13||Blue Moon - Original Motion-Picture Sound-Track||11||mp3||1995||Sky Records|
|14||Zero Set II||10||mp3||2007-03-21||Music Mine Inc.|
|15||Blue Moon - Original Motion-Picture Sound-Track||11||mp3||2007||Captain Trip Records|
|16||Ersatz||9||mp3||2007||Captain Trip Records|
|17||Ersatz II||11||mp3||2007||Captain Trip Records|
|18||After The Heat||10||mp3||2005-10-00||Water|
|19||Apropos Cluster||5||mp3||2007||Captain Trip Records|
|20||After The Heat||10||mp3||2007-11-20||Captain Trip Records|
|21||Strange Music||7||mp3||2007-09-20||Captain Trip Records|
|22||Double Cut||4||mp3||2007-09-20||Captain Trip Records|
|24||After The Heat||10||mp3||2009||4 Men With Beards|
|25||After The Heat||10||mp3||2000-09-21||Platz|
|27||After The Heat||10||mp3||1995||Platz|
|28||After The Heat||10||mp3||2009|
|29||Live In Japan||13||mp3||2003-03-20||Captain Trip Records|
|30||After The Heat||10||mp3||2009||Bureau B|
|32||After The Heat||10||mp3||1981||Sky Records|
|33||Strange Music||7||mp3||2010||Bureau B|
|34||Double Cut||4||mp3||2010||Bureau B|
|36||Paper Sleeve Series||66||mp3||2007||Captain Trip Records|
|38||Strange Music||7||mp3||2010||Bureau B|
|39||Double Cut||4||mp3||2010||Bureau B|
|40||Zero Set II - Reconstruct Pt. 1 -||2||mp3||2010-11-00||Endless Flight|
Born 16 January 1944 in St. Gallen, Switzerland.
From his early work with the krautrock band Cluster to his later solo recordings, Dieter Moebius remained one of the prolific voices in contemporary electronic music. In 1969 he was befriended by Conrad Schnitzler and invited him to join Kluster, a band Schnitzler was forming with Hans Joachim Roedelius. The trio released their debut LP "Klopfzeichen" in 1970; in the wake of their third album, 1971's "Kluster und Eruption", Schnitzler exited to pursue a solo career, and Moebius and Roedelius continued on as a duo, modifying the name to Cluster.
Working with producer Conrad Plank, Cluster began to move increasingly towards more structured soundscapes — with 1974's "Zuckerzeit", they even pursued an electronic pop sound similar in spirit to Kraftwerk. Moebius and Roedelius also teamed with Neu!'s Michael Rother in Harmonia, releasing a pair of LPs which caught the attention of Brian Eno, who in response collaborated with the trio on a session (released much later as "Harmonia 76"), a turn towards ambient textures (and influencing the sound of the 1976 Cluster album "Sowiesoso").
Roedelius and Moebius subsequently worked with Eno on 1977's Cluster and Eno and 1979's "After the Heat as well"; in the wake of 1981's "Curiosum", however, they dissolved Cluster, with both pursuing solo endeavors.
Moebius' first subsequent effort was 1981's "Material", a second collaboration with Plank (his solo debut, "Rastakraut Pasta", had appeared two years earlier); together, they produced a record which over time gave way to the proto-ambient textures of 1986's "En Route", their final work before Plank's death. Concurrently Moebius also teamed with Gerd Beerbohm for 1982's "Strange Music" and 1983's "Double Cut"; meanwhile, he made the solo album Tonspuren (also from 1983). Apart from teaming with Karl Renzeihausen in the duo Ersatz, during the early '90s he also reunited with Roedelius to revive Cluster.