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3.04 | 41 ratings | 5 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Towards the Evening Star (6:20)
2. At Darwin's Motel (7:25)
3. On Cranes' Passage (4:31)
4. Rising Haul in Silence (7:36)
5. United Goblins Parade (5:47)
6. Lamb With Radar Eyes (8:42)
7. Elf June and the Midnight Patrol (4:43)
8. Sad Merlin's Sunday (10:52)

Total Time: 55:56

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Line-up / Musicians

- Edgar Froese / drumming, keyboards and 12 string & lead guitar
- Jerome Froese / drumming, lead and rhythm guitars & keyboards
- Gerald Gradwool / acoustic & lead guitar
- Mark Hornby / acoustic guitar, slide & 12 string guitar
- Linda Spar / keyboards & horn
- Roul Miller & Dean Clarke / trombone
- Dimitri Chiganioff / Balalaika
- Anou d' Merian / voice
- Walton Everding / Gizmo
- Larry Hamilton / accordion
- Pawel Nyrouda / acoustic harp
+ Vienna Boys Choir / The Royal Buckminster Choir

Releases information

CD Tangerine Dream EVO011 (1996) / CD Castle 1022 (1996) / CD Castle 556 (2000)

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TANGERINE DREAM Goblins' Club ratings distribution


3.04
(41 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
7%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(32%)
32%
Good, but non-essential (34%)
34%
Collectors/fans only (22%)
22%
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)
5%

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Review by richardh
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2 stars The last Tangerine Dream album I purchased and indicative of much of their later stuff.The drums and guitar give the album almost a rock feel but once you get to about the 25 minute mark boredom starts to set in.The music is directionless and just seems to be passing the time till the end of the album.Best avoided.

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Posted Sunday, September 05, 2004

Review by Matti
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4 stars (3,5 *) Many Tangerine Dreams have surprisingly few ratings. I'm only the second to say this is a good one. Not a masterpiece but a solid, enjoyable work which I can't say about many other post-Tyger (1987) albums I've heard: they mostly just bore me. One clear reason to make this better is Jerome Froese's tasty drumming. It is pure music. In 'Raising Haul of Silence' I enjoy the drumming almost more than in any music; it's in a word hypnotic. He plays guitars and keyboards too, like his father.

The album features many guest musicians and that results in a rich sound - cynically it could be said that it's only to hide the hollow composition. But I don't say so. Some of the eight are duller than others but there are some very enjoyable ones. And I think THE SOUND is always the most important matter with Tangerine Dream anyway. I see this as an improved cousin of Underwater Sunlight, containing wider palette and more acoustic instruments (Edgar is a master of 12-string!), and that wonderful percussion. It gives you both energy and relaxation. Beautiful cover art too.

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Posted Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Review by russellk
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2 stars Those TD fans from the 70s who purchased this album in 1996 on the back of widespread publicity (for their first release on the Castle label) received an almighty surprise. And not a pleasant one either.

'Goblin's Club' is nothing like early TANGERINE DREAM, of course. Nor is this album much like the dreadful soundtrack stuff they squandered their talents on in the mid-80s to mid-90s. It is, in fact, pure prog rock. Just not very good prog rock.

Apart from the first track, that is. 'Towards the Evening Star' is the sort of catchy number that makes you think perhaps EDGAR FROESE has recaptured his mojo. Lovely stuff. However, the rest of the album is, without exception, sterile. The coldness that worked so well for TANGERINE DREAM when delivering their 'Berlin School' material simply renders this stuff irrelevant. Why spend money on formulaic, over-elaborate mechanistic compositions when there are thousands of albums out there that could change your life? This won't.

Terrifyingly, TD gets on the world music bandwagon years after it left town and samples ANOU D'MERIAN's voice. Even ENIGMA did the eastern voice theft thing better than this. The list of guest artists do their best to paper over the compositional cracks, but even gorgeous sound and excellent performances do not mask the emptiness here. The drums are nice, the guitar very nice, the synths beautiful. All the more reason to deplore the substandard material they were working with.

And most frightening of all, this is better than virtually all the other TD albums of the last twenty years.

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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 ... (read more)

Report this review (#65329) | Posted by | Wednesday, January 18, 2006 | Review Permanlink

5 stars With "Goblins Club" TD proved conclusively that they were well and truly out of the creative wilderness they had been wandering around in for the first half of the 90's. This was a revitalized band,Edgar and Jerome Froese were firing on all cylinders again,energized by the success of the first ... (read more)

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