Tangerine Dream - Goblins' Club CD (album) cover


Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.05 | 43 ratings

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3 stars This is an album that needs time to grow on you. I gave it plenty of time; indeed, I only heard it about twice per year, for some 3 years. ___________________

At first I dismissed it as simply boring, except the first track, but eventually other 3 tracks ("Rising Haul In Silence", "Elf June And The Midnight Patrol" and "Sad Merlin's Sunday") turned out to be very enjoyable too. These, along with the first - "Towards the Evening Star" - are the best on the album. In fact, these tracks were the ones pointed out by Pixel Pirate on his review. ___________________

Goblins' Club is obviously much better than albums like Rockoon and Turn of the Tides, from the same period. While not a genius work, it's nice. From the same period you have Mars Polaris (1999), a better album. The albums which came just before and after this one also have some qualities that are worth checking (Tyranny of Beauty, 1995, and Oasis, 1997). ___________________

Goblins' Club is even better if you find it cheap. ___________________

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