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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.29 | 153 ratings

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3 stars Without any doubt the best soundtrack released by Tangerine Dream. With a relatively similar material used in the precedent records, Rubycon, Stratosfear (concerning the keyboards and electronics: a lot of sequencers, electronic arpegiattos to support rythmically the melodies, mellotron and analog synthesizers), the members wrote a very dark and gloomy score. The main title is terrifying and throws the listener in a creepy adventure. This track is a great opening to what is coming next. Less experimental than the precedent title but as vibrant, the following tracks added one to an other create a long and epic journey throw the unknown. Globally less imperishable than others T.D. works, this record remains a good musical moment to discover (if you are in touch with the Virgin T.D era)
philippe | 3/5 |


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