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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.01 | 37 ratings

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2 stars My second TD album listening from '90s onwards. "Goblin's Club" I find quite enjoyable and Jerome's drumming is excellent in many tracks. So I hoped to enjoy this too. Edgar and Jerome Froese are the only musicians in this release, both playing keyboards only. One thing is clear, this is closest to New Age TD has ever gone. And sadly, there's not much to add. Relaxating, harmonic, serene, tranquil, etc etc... I've heard dozens of New Age albums that aren't any worse than this. That actually sound exactly the same. Also, I have heard many New Age albums that are more interesting and original than this one. What a waste of talents. I do expect more from Tangerine Dream (who are apparently running dry somehow. No wonder, with so many decades and dozens of albums behind).
Matti | 2/5 |


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