• CD
  • Date : 25.11.2022
  • Package : CD Jewel Case
  • Running Time CD : 47:48

Wolfgang Düren – Eyeless Dreams

Wolfgang Düren played guitar in various local bands in the 1970s, but soon became more and more interested in electronic music. From 1978, he was a roadie for Tangerine Dream for three years, toured the world with them and programmed their sequencers. In the 1980s he worked for the Hamburg musician and inventor Wolfgang Palm and his company PPG (Palm Products Germany), which is mainly known for the development of the revolutionary digitally controlled PPG – Wave.

In 1988, Wolfgang Düren went into business for himself and founded the company Waldorf Electronics, with which he continued the use of wavetable synthesis after PPG closed down in 1987. The Microwave was developed and manufactured on the basis of the ASIC chip developed by Wolfgang Palm.

In 1980, Wolfgang Düren released his only album, the longplayer “Eyeless Dreams”. Now Düren has dug out the old tapes again, had a fantastic-sounding remaster made and will have the album released for the first time in digital form and as a CD on 11/11/22.

By the way: Eminem used samples from Wolfgang Düren’s track “Eyeless Dreams I” for his song “Evil Twin” from the “The Marshall Mathers LP 2″ album from 2013. On Spotify alone, “Evil Twin” has been viewed 28 million times!


  1. Eyeless Dreams I 08:19
  2. Phila 09:57
  3. 904 05:40
  4. Proton 09:18
  5. Eyeless Dreams II 05:50


  1. Eyeless Dreams 05:12
  2. Electric Fun 03:42

Total: 47:48 min