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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.66 | 393 ratings

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5 stars This is a tough album or 2 to review. Devoid of any tradional music, sequencing, drumming, melodies or really anything pertaining to music as most people understand it. The double LP has four tracks each between 17 to 22 minutes. None of these ever get played thru the stereo speakers. This is strictly headphone music. Droning, wheezing cellos, and organs fade in and out of earshot. The wind comes and goes. Everything moves slowly. This is dark, spacey sound that requires total attention. The listener must be willing to let the music absorb in. Many will find it boring, some irritating. This is a couple times a year album when the headphones are on, the lights are out, nobody and no distractions are around that Zeit will be very rewarding. I have not heard anything else like it.

3 plus stars rounded to 4 because it is so original.

tdfloyd | 5/5 |


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