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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.23 | 35 ratings

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2 stars This is the first part of the TD trilogy dedicated to Dante's "Divina Commedia" which written at the end of the thirteenth century (and prolonged into the fourteenth one).

The DT work is also divided into three parts and its release will be spread over four years for a total of five CD's (at almost full capacity). The whole of this work was presented live.

As "Easy Livin" has perfectly explained, this album has nothing to do with prog but is more related to opera. Since I am a TD completionist, I decided to review these works as well.

Being a completionist didn't turned me into a fan of this work. I'm afraid. Actually, only during "L' Omperador del Doloroso Regno" and "Fallen for Death", could I distinguish some true TD moments, but apart from these brief instants, I had quite a hard time to tell the truth.

It was kind of "Inferno" for me. I hope that with the next one, I will move to "Purgatorio" and finish maybe to "Paradiso" later on. Who knows?

Two stars for "Inferno".

ZowieZiggy | 2/5 |


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