Tangerine Dream - Cyclone CD (album) cover


Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.56 | 255 ratings

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2 stars I bought this album in 1981, after some friends asked me "do you know Tangeine Dream?" In those days I was more involved listening to Prog music than in the present, so I wanted to hear something new. So I went to a record shop, and not remembering the name of the albums which my friends suggested me to buy, I liked the cover of this "Cyclone" album, and I read in the back cover that they had a singer and a drummer, so I bought it, thinking that they sounded like YES and other Prog bands. But it wasn`t what I expected. "Madrigal Meridian" is the best piece of music fom this album. But I didn`t like the album, really. So, a few months later I gave this album as a gift to one of my brothers who really liked it (and in 1993 I also gave him as a gift Peter Gabriel`s "Us" album for the same reasons). Edgar Froese is a very good painter and cover designer, but I don`t like his music. This album is for Tangerine Dream`s fans only.
Guillermo | 2/5 |


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