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TANGRAM

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

3.84 | 204 ratings

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ZowieZiggy
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5 stars TD entered the eighties with a wonderful and totally seventies oriented album (according their style of course).

One could have expected the worse while the band entered the new decade (electro beats, synthetic vocals etc.) but there is nothing as such here.

''Tangram'' is a complete delight from start to finish. The magic operates again and these two parts are just great. TD reverts to a more ''classic'' sound and offers those brilliant and sidereal moments we all know and love.

This is music from another planet, but some humans do love it. I belong to these. This album is again full of emotion and grandiose poetry. It is a true enchantment for about forty minutes of a glorious trip to the boundaries of our physical universe.

''Tangram'' represents the archetype of prog electronic and I can only recommend this album to anyone willing to discover the style or this great band.

It will take you to even further boundaries than the early Floyd... Do yourself a favour and discover this essential album. At least it is my HHO.

Passion, skills, absolute beauty, wonderful harmony, ethereal coldness. This is one of my TD all time fave. Slightly behind ''Rubycon'' but so close that I can only rate it with five stars. I told you: magical.

ZowieZiggy | 5/5 |

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