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RUBYCON

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

4.27 | 598 ratings

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loserboy
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4 stars In light of 1974's release "Phaedra" which is considered by many and including this music lover as one of the most critical pieces of electronic music history, "Rubycon" deserves a close second...very close. As always I am totally listening to this album as I review it and must say that it too is an unbelievable recording. 1975 line up was Edgar Froese (Mellotron, guitar, synths), Chris Franke (moog synths, organs, piano, assorted synths) and Peter Baumann (organ, assorted synths and pianos). The end result are 2 epic tracks that will you're your mind into another dimension. Without a question this is the perfect headphone experience album and is a complete journey with swooping electronic landscapes, pulsating beats, deep analog hums and PINK FLOYD'esque structures. Absolutely essential recording from TANGERINE DREAM and is still one of my most played electronic albums ! .
loserboy | 4/5 |

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