Ca. 1980. After John Foxx left Ultravox where he was singer and chief genius.
The title refers to the war All Against All as defined by Hobbes.
Sequencer and drums. Deliberately detuned, giving it an unnerving quality.
Klaus Schulze (for the vowel shift impaired: you pronounce it “Clows Shooltse”) started as the drummer for Tangerine Dream in Berlin, then split off to create his own unique sound as an Analog Synthesizer musician.
Here’s a 1975 album from him. Notable additions to Tangerine Dream-style sequencing are the analog drums – well I should just say, drums, played by Klaus Schulze himself on the studio productions – and the sliding noises from the EMS Synthi, which he and Jean-Michel Jarre used a lot in the 1970ies.
Old Minimoog synth rock favorite of mine – 1979 – the 70ies were the decade of rhe MiniMoog and its mighty 24 db/Octave low pass filter…