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ROCKOON

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

2.46 | 45 ratings

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arqwave
3 stars A record that has a lot of influence (or conitnuity) form the 80's, mainly is a early nineties record trying to escape from the prevoius decade... Ths songs are mainly new age, very far from prog, to "nice" and "ambient" sometimes, with little touches of influence from VANGELIS, from the beggining to the end is like a story (which is very atractive), but with lack of surprise. Actually the best song is RED ROADSTER, a quite funny uptempo piece. If you are trying to hear this record to understand Tangerine Dream, you're wrong, try something from the early period, however, is a nice example of a band turning into something else, more spiritual and comercial.
arqwave | 3/5 |

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