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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

2.96 | 90 ratings

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4 stars 4.5 stars really. I like very much this album, because i takes me away to another places instead of outher space. When i decided to hear tangerine dream, i watched its long discography and i chosed one or two records from the 70's, two from the 80's, etc. I took this one as the final of a decade and i like it. I know that sn many say that this is the less creative period of Tangerine Dream life, but i liked the simplicity of the songs, like Mount Shasta, it is very simple and beautiful at the same time. However thereīs always songs that dosenīt fit with me, like Gecko, Radio City, or the last one Long Island Sunset. But besides that i liked it a lot. Songs that Lily On the Beach, Blue Mango Cafe, Mount Shasta, Twenty-Nine Palms, touch me a lot.

This album has reminded me to the phrase "Less Is More", because those are songs with much simplicity that many dosenīt like it, but i have the luck to find the beauty of this album. Along with the Goblin's Club, this are the albums that i like the most in the "less creative period", but is not the less creative, is just to find the beauty and the sense of the songs. I donīt like all the records of Tangerine Dream, so i am not a super fan of the band, but to this album, is hard to find the sense and beauty, but once you founded it, you will never stop listening it.

progdream | 4/5 |


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