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TANGRAM

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

3.83 | 202 ratings

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Bonnek
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2 stars Tangram is at best an uneven effort that does not match up to anything they had released since 74. I deliberately leave the pink years out of scope as they represent an entirely different type of band. There's a few interesting minutes in the opening and a short haunting sequence at the end of part 1, that pretty much sums it up for me. Much of the material is derived from the live release (Pergamon/Quichotte) of the same year and I happen to have heard that live album first. So because of that I might be slightly biased. When comparing both I must conclude that the material has been worked upon too much to sound smoother and more commercial. It has lost much of its quality and spontaneity because of it.
Bonnek | 2/5 |

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