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A simply wonderful track. It starts out so simply but gradually becomes more dramatic, then frenetic, and after a crescendo of sound, we're back on quieter ground to contemplate the musical journey we have just taken. One of Edgar's most ingenious compositions IMHO. A great track.

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It's a masterpiece.

I just don't care how it was recorded.

If there was ever a musical representation of coitus this is it: foreplay, banging rhythm, climax and chill out fade. C'mon!

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Love this track ,from my first listen it sounded familiar to me as if i had heard it somewhere before maybe on TV.


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Still, after all these years, one of TD's most powerful compositions IMHO 8) 8) 8)


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A simply wonderful track. It starts out so simply but gradually becomes more dramatic, then frenetic, and after a crescendo of sound, we're back on quieter ground to contemplate the musical journey we have just taken. One of Edgar's most ingenious compositions IMHO. A great track.


Totally agree, although for the last 29 years I have always wanted the final part of that musical journey to travel on a little further rather than fade out where it does........

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cbf is off the first album i ever heard by td and now i look back on it what an album to start my td journey i know chris franke has done it live but have td as far as i know they have not maybe they are saving this gem of a song for london 08 :D


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cbf is off the first album i ever heard by td and now i look back on it what an album to start my td journey i know chris franke has done it live but have td as far as i know they have not maybe they are saving this gem of a song for london 08 :D


I think there are a lot of fans like yourself who would dearly love to hear this in concert,i think it would bring the housedown :idea: 8)

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you know, there is something about CBF, not sure exactly...er, oh yes! I remember......Its a work of timeless beauty, in that it has transcended its near on 30 year vintage, play it now and you will hear what I mean...its theme captures itself perfectly - the track title and music interweave totally.....a work of true wonder.....Its so good that I do not want to hear it played live in any form whatsoever, it needs to remain encoded in the clear vinyl.....one of my many favourite TangTracks of all time, possibly

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Nicely put BM.

Here's my attempt;

It's got synthesisers, it's got guitars and, unusually for TD, it's got drums.

It's also got one of the heaviest sequencer runs known to man and a guitar solo that is unholy and out-of-this-world.

It's chuffing great.

If it was by Spinal Tap it would be 11 out of 10.


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Chris Monk wrote:
Nicely put BM.

Here's my attempt;

It's got synthesisers, it's got guitars and, unusually for TD, it's got drums.

It's also got one of the heaviest sequencer runs known to man and a guitar solo that is unholy and out-of-this-world.

It's chuffing great.

If it was by Spinal Tap it would be 11 out of 10.

What he said. :arrow:


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rotwang wrote:
A simply wonderful track. It starts out so simply but gradually becomes more dramatic, then frenetic, and after a crescendo of sound, we're back on quieter ground to contemplate the musical journey we have just taken. One of Edgar's most ingenious compositions IMHO. A great track.


A very beautiful track indeed. Would be nice to know the story behind the speed guitar solo.

However, surely CBF is a joint Froese/Franke composition?

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Sfearical Sequence wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
Nicely put BM.

Here's my attempt;

It's got synthesisers, it's got guitars and, unusually for TD, it's got drums.

It's also got one of the heaviest sequencer runs known to man and a guitar solo that is unholy and out-of-this-world.

It's chuffing great.

If it was by Spinal Tap it would be 11 out of 10.

What he said. :arrow:


What the guy before him said ^∞

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redziller wrote:
Sfearical Sequence wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
Nicely put BM.

Here's my attempt;

It's got synthesisers, it's got guitars and, unusually for TD, it's got drums.

It's also got one of the heaviest sequencer runs known to man and a guitar solo that is unholy and out-of-this-world.

It's chuffing great.

If it was by Spinal Tap it would be 11 out of 10.

What he said. :arrow:


What the guy before him said ^∞


I agree with these dudes above. :D


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Yeah, nice guitar play from edgar.

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An extended concert version would go down a storm especially with a live CD release to follow :wink:

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