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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

4.26 | 651 ratings

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5 stars For this album, TD took everything that was mesmerizing about Phaedra, added emotion, simultaneous feelings of comfort and danger, and took away the lack of a true meaning to the piece. It feels like meditation and/or mental hot tub music, only with a sense of discomfort. But it's perfect...this sense of discomfort is never emphasized too heavily, and neither is the feeling of the opposite.

Judging it as a progressive "rock" album is completely unfair and unacceptable. This album is genre-free. You can't just label this type of music into a genre. It's simply above that. If you haven't heard this yet, just stop reading this and buy the thing.

CinemaZebra | 5/5 |


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