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Edgar Froese


Progressive Electronic

3.71 | 55 ratings

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4 stars An unexpected high point in Froese's discography. Next to Epsilon in Malysian Pale, this would be the one album I would recommend, even to the casual Tangerine Dream listener, as it is a lot more satisfying then the Tangerine Dream output from '79 and '80.

On tracks like Stuntman and It Would be Like Samoa, the approach is light-weight and poppy but nevertheless done very stylish. From Detroit Snackbar Dreamer onwards we're in for the real treat. Froese weaves one enchanting melody and sequence on top of the other and achieves an album whose lush sounds simply bathe in light. Quite a difference from the (equally astounding) dark drones from Phaedra.

Bonnek | 4/5 |


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