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Tangerine Dream


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2.73 | 66 ratings

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1 stars This is one of the weakest albums of Tangerine Dream's history, a brand name which just ten years before released the magnificent live album Poland (1984). OK, back then we had a very different group, formed by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke and Johannes Schmoelling. Franke left in 1988, replaced by Paul Haslinger. We still had the half decent Optical Race and the fairly good Lily on the Beach (1989), but then Haslinger left and since then we've been having only glimpses of creativity.

Turn of the Tides, made by Edgar Froese and Jerome, is a perfect example of TD's creative death that was the 1990s, with very few exceptions. Having one or other OK track, like Firetongues, does not save this album. This definitely deserves 1 star, only for completionists. I had a copy and fortunately was able to resell it. The space this album was occupying in my CD shelf was more important than this music.

jobim | 1/5 |


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