Harmonia was a West German musical “supergroup” formed in 1973 as a collaboration between members of two prominent krautrock bands: Cluster’s Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius joined by Neu! guitarist Michael Rother. Living and recording in the rural village of Forst, the trio released two albums—Musik von Harmonia (1974) and Deluxe (1975)—to limited sales before dissolving in 1976. Collaborator Brian Eno described them in the mid-1970s as “the world’s most important rock group.” Harmonia’s work would influence the development of ambient music by Eno and albums by David Bowie, as well as other electronic and rock acts. Musik von Harmonia is their debut album, released in January 1974. It was self-produced by the group using a primitive mixer and three tape recorders.