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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.32 | 153 ratings

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4 stars Without doubt this is Tangerine Dream's best soundtrack. Still it's only recommended to die-hard fans as it is rather dull and has aged badly compared to the full-bodied Tangerine Dream albums of that era. So in a way it is not only the first TD soundtrack but also a template for those that would follow, not offering anything new and sounding as if it is compiled from leftovers of the main albums. The album starts impressive enough though; Main Title is downright scary and sounds like a digestible synthesis of the eerie soundscapes from Zeit. The rest of the album is a lacklustre collection of second rate Tangerine Dream. The few decent tunes feature on the Encore live album in extended and better form.
Bonnek | 4/5 |


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