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STUNTMAN

Edgar Froese

 

Progressive Electronic

3.71 | 54 ratings

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Warthur
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3 stars Edgar Froese's solo albums are usually a step down from his concurrent work in Tangerine Dream, since they are mostly produced in order to earn some quick money to fund more Tangerine Dream projects. In some respects Stuntman is a welcome exception, standing head and shoulders above Cyclone and Force Majeure, the preceding Tangerine Dream releases, though at the same time this is mostly because it's more consistent rather than because it's actually more interesting. It's the standard late 1970s early 1980s Tangerine Dream stuff spiced up with Froese's guitar work and better compositional taste than he's shown since Stratosfear - proving once again that, like Klaus Schulze, Froese is a master of evoking atmosphere in electronic music. Worth a listen for any fan of electronic music in the Tangerine Dream mode, but Froese has done better both in Tangerine Dream and in his solo career.
Warthur | 3/5 |

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