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Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.02 | 37 ratings

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3 stars A surprising change of style for Tangerine Dream, because at this point the 'father and son'-incarnation of TD has established their position as a very rhythmic and melodic modern electronica band. Suddenly they decided to make this ambient, almost New Age-ish all keyboard album of a very serene nature. It's still not quite a return to the Zeit-days, as there are no cello quartets or vintage keyboards to be found here. Still; this album is quite enjoyable as it's relaxating and calm in a very natural way. Maybe this was the little break TD needed before starting to work on their next brilliant work, the Dante trilogy. Nothing groundbreaking, new or innovative and not quite what you expect from one of the best bands in the world, but still a pretty good album. ***
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