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FORCE MAJEURE

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

3.97 | 317 ratings

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Sean Trane
Special Collaborator
Prog Folk
4 stars 4.5 stars really. As Joliffe got the boot (probably from the pressure of the fans), he was replaced by a cellist and this brings another new life into TD. This album is IMHO the last good albums (I remembering listening to the next two as the got released but never bought them and recently I borrowed them from the library and did not think much of them) but what a great way to finish that fantastic decade. TD and Floyd were the only two rock groups endorsed by the Soviet Regime as both got described as Honest and constantly renewing artist (as opposed to those depraved groups preaching individualism , materialism and freedom). Not that those two groups ever got a cent of royalties of the bootlegs sold in the Soviet block but one was not going to the goulag to eat goulash for decades for owning one of their albums. Everyone of those eastern-european countries had plenty of underground groups in the 70's recording poor sounding Lps traded under the table , the majority of them could classified as prog , fair to say that TD and Floyd influenced more than one of them.
Sean Trane | 4/5 |

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