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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 7:23 pm 
Tough one this, I guess like for most people it can change from time to time.

1) Seven Letters From Tibet
2) Pergamon
3) Ambient Monkeys


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Ok

Momentous announcement.

My "3" have now changed since rediscovering the best band in the world through MFD and this website.

1) Phaedra

:shock: 2) ZEIT :shock:

3) Force Majeuere (still there despite the fact I listen to so much other Dream in preference. Could never do without my first Tangerine Dream purchase though)




I would however have to smuggle my i pod past the thought Police so I could have all the other stuff :wink:


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1) Alpha Centauri
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1. Logos (my first TD concert in east germany)
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1. Force Majeure
2. DM4
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:!: :!: :!:

I have to dissapoint you, peter, there's no angela aki albums in my top three list of TD albums.



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I give my word no Angela Aki album's that don’t count where only talking about TANGERINE DREAM Right?







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Laserdisc Dream wrote:
I give my word no Angela Aki album's that don’t count where only talking about TANGERINE DREAM Right?







:!: :arrow:



thats right, you have to give your three fave TD albums, the Tangerine Dream Years

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I give my word no Angela Aki album's that don’t count where only talking about TANGERINE DREAM Right?







:!: :arrow:



thats right, you have to give your three fave TD albums, the Tangerine Dream Years

:D :arrow:



O.K.





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Laserdisc Dream wrote:
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:!: :arrow:


:!: :!: :!:

I have to dissapoint you, peter, there's no angela aki albums in my top three list of TD albums.



:!: :arrow:


Brutal! but spot on. Angle Aki just failed to get into my top 40,000.

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3, while not 23, is an interesting number, says The Professor M00G:


3

3 is a prime number.

= 1 + 2
A triangular number.

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13...
A Fibonacci number.

1, 3, 4, 7, 11, 18, 29...
A Lucas number.

A triad, triplet, trio, tern or hat-trick...

Tri- means three. So triangles have three sides, tripods have three legs and the dinosaur triceratops had three horns. The French flag is a tricolore because it has three colours. Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics based on measuring triangles.



Three-dimensional means that something has length, width and depth.

There are three school terms in a year.

Oaths are traditionally repeated three times.

A three-legged race is run by two people each with a leg tied to their partner's.

The letters A F H K N Y Z are all made up of three lines.

There are three barleycorns in an inch, three feet in a yard, and three miles in a league. Barleycorns and leagues are some old imperial units of length which are no longer used today.

Once upon a time there were three little pigs ... three billy goats gruff ...
Stories often begin this way and have a similar structure. Number one and number two are always similar so the listener is lulled into believing number three will be the same. But with number three there is a twist in the tale.

In Greek mythology you will find Cerberus, a three-headed dog, and Scylla, a sea monster with six heads. It is curious that mythological heads are inclined to come in multiples of three.
With just a ruler and a pair of compasses, it is possible to divide any angle exactly in half. This is called bisecting an angle. But is it possible to trisect any angle - to divide it in three - using just a ruler and compasses? Hundreds of people have spent hundreds of hours trying to discover a way to do this, without realising that it has been proved to be impossible.




thus we find today

|electronic meditation|alpha centauri|zeit

|atem|phaedra|rubycon

|rick-oH-shay|stratosfear|sorceror

ETCETCETC

possibly


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Thanks for the lesson BM Dean of the TD College of lower education !.

Interesting Facts !.


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