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BRIGHTON - MARCH 25TH 1986

Tangerine Dream

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2 stars Very good sound quality on this release... Unfortunately, not the same quality for the music. The material contains extracts from albums Le Parc, Underwater Sunlight, from soundtracks of the same period and a few unreleased compositions. It is identical to the second set of the two-concerts box "Vault IV", but without overdubs.

Apart from the already released tracks from the mentioned discs, this live presents few interesting moments. "Akash Deep", "Beneath The Waves" and "Coloured Rain" are rather flat new-age-ish tracks. "Stratosfear 86" is awful, the 1995 version is much more convincing. Only interests here are "Cool Breeze of Brighton" (which can be found on the "Antique Dreams" compilation), with its atmospheric intro "Northern Lights", and "Legend Leftover".

Considering the 3 Bootmoon releases from 1986, this one may be the most enjoyable and original. Only for the "Blue Years" hardcore fans.

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