“The new (5th) Floatin´ LP is divided in two parts. On one side you hear the last works together with Thorsten Neu, which you know from the records “said my said” and “goal less play”. The other side is a new more electronic experience with ULF.”
Jay Cruikshank from The Rangoons about Floating Di Morel/ULF:
"On one side a gravity free display by Floating Di Morel, by moonlight, shifting sound and image fluttering like moths, on the reverse ULF creates a synthetic forest, which forms a maze for disembodied voices to wander, floating above a mysterious void, the sound of an eclipse, a dance seen in negative light, the traces of Donna Winter."
German critic Robert Miessner (taz, junge welt) states:
“If Velvet Underground had not disintegrated in 1973 and instead had met with Neu! or Mute's Daniel Miller, they would have sounded like Floating Di Morel.”