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DEAD SOLID PERFECT (OST)

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

1.95 | 28 ratings

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Pixel Pirate
1 stars Another more or less pointless soundtrack album by TD but the one that was to prove the last in the long line of stinkers they had produced since the mid 80's. After this 1990 album they haven't done a single Hollywood soundtrack,since the whole point of doing all these soundtracks to begin with was to make enough money to build three recording studios,one for each member of the band,I guess they had achieved that goal by this point and we can all breathe a sigh of relief for that. There's nothing that distinguishes this album in any way,it has no redeeming features,it's utterly devoid of any proper musical content just like most of TD's Hollywood soundtracks,and no wonder since they were all done simply for financial reasons. It's not as bad as some ("Three O'Clock High" and "Heartbreakers" spring to mind),but it's miles away from the only really good one they did in this period,"Miracle Mile". You can listen to "Dead Solid Perfect" without having an aneurism unlike the above mentioned,but there would no point whatsoever since this would be a waste of even the most intellectually and pointless life imaginable.
Pixel Pirate | 1/5 |

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