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Just have to say I LOVE Jeanne D'arc! I've been playing it non-stop for about 4 months now....it's just terrific, one of Tangerine Dream's best albums for years in my opinion.

Going to get shot down in flames now!!

Craig

You ain't going to get shot down be me and, I dare say, most others. General concensus here appears to be that Jeanne d'Arc is another in a long line of classic TD albums. I love it.


I used to not care for Jeanne d'Arc but have come full circle! I now listen to this album all the time! Even the insufferable Linda Spa is borderline tolerable. My favorite album from 1990 forward!


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Chris Monk wrote:
kermit0702 wrote:
I'm new here!

Just have to say I LOVE Jeanne D'arc! I've been playing it non-stop for about 4 months now....it's just terrific, one of Tangerine Dream's best albums for years in my opinion.

Going to get shot down in flames now!!

Craig

You ain't going to get shot down be me and, I dare say, most others. General concensus here appears to be that Jeanne d'Arc is another in a long line of classic TD albums. I love it.


I used to not care for Jeanne d'Arc but have come full circle! I now listen to this album all the time! Even the insufferable Linda Spa is borderline tolerable. My favorite album from 1990 forward!


Have you heard Springtime In Nagasaki?

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Hobo wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
kermit0702 wrote:
I'm new here!

Just have to say I LOVE Jeanne D'arc! I've been playing it non-stop for about 4 months now....it's just terrific, one of Tangerine Dream's best albums for years in my opinion.

Going to get shot down in flames now!!

Craig

You ain't going to get shot down be me and, I dare say, most others. General concensus here appears to be that Jeanne d'Arc is another in a long line of classic TD albums. I love it.


I used to not care for Jeanne d'Arc but have come full circle! I now listen to this album all the time! Even the insufferable Linda Spa is borderline tolerable. My favorite album from 1990 forward!


Have you heard Springtime In Nagasaki?


I have heard a little of it off the net but my disc has not yet arrived in the mail. God it is slow.


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SIN = brilliant


J D ARC = brilliant


either and both are PURE TD

you know im right :D

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SIN = brilliant


J D ARC = brilliant


either and both are PURE TD

you know im right :D



Totally agree.............Two very fine albums 8)

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rattymouse wrote:
Hobo wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
kermit0702 wrote:
I'm new here!

Just have to say I LOVE Jeanne D'arc! I've been playing it non-stop for about 4 months now....it's just terrific, one of Tangerine Dream's best albums for years in my opinion.

Going to get shot down in flames now!!

Craig

You ain't going to get shot down be me and, I dare say, most others. General concensus here appears to be that Jeanne d'Arc is another in a long line of classic TD albums. I love it.


I used to not care for Jeanne d'Arc but have come full circle! I now listen to this album all the time! Even the insufferable Linda Spa is borderline tolerable. My favorite album from 1990 forward!


Have you heard Springtime In Nagasaki?


I have heard a little of it off the net but my disc has not yet arrived in the mail. God it is slow.


I hope you're not disappointed. I think it's an absolute gem! :D

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Hobo wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
Hobo wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
kermit0702 wrote:
I'm new here!

Just have to say I LOVE Jeanne D'arc! I've been playing it non-stop for about 4 months now....it's just terrific, one of Tangerine Dream's best albums for years in my opinion.

Going to get shot down in flames now!!

Craig

You ain't going to get shot down be me and, I dare say, most others. General concensus here appears to be that Jeanne d'Arc is another in a long line of classic TD albums. I love it.


I used to not care for Jeanne d'Arc but have come full circle! I now listen to this album all the time! Even the insufferable Linda Spa is borderline tolerable. My favorite album from 1990 forward!


Have you heard Springtime In Nagasaki?


I have heard a little of it off the net but my disc has not yet arrived in the mail. God it is slow.


I hope you're not disappointed. I think it's an absolute gem! :D



by slow I meant Eastgate's shipping, not SIN.


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epsilon75 wrote:
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SIN = brilliant


J D ARC = brilliant


either and both are PURE TD

you know im right :D



Totally agree.............Two very fine albums 8)


Excellent albums and one in the eye for the TD whingers ;)

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I just ordered Jeanne D'arc. It will be my 19th TD album and the first released after Tyger.


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I just ordered Jeanne D'arc. It will be my 19th TD album and the first released after Tyger.


You are in for a treat 71db..............excellent IMHO 8)

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71 dB wrote:
I just ordered Jeanne D'arc. It will be my 19th TD album and the first released after Tyger.


An excellent choice to 71dB


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epsilon75 & timer,
That's why I decided to buy it. I found TD's music so late (6 months ago!) I'm cherry picking now... 8)


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epsilon75 & timer,
That's why I decided to buy it. I found TD's music so late (6 months ago!) I'm cherry picking now... 8)


Sir, you NEED to add Poland to your list of albums.

Good luck!

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rattymouse wrote:
71 dB wrote:
epsilon75 & timer,
That's why I decided to buy it. I found TD's music so late (6 months ago!) I'm cherry picking now... 8)


Sir, you NEED to add Poland to your list of albums.

Good luck!


I'd second that !


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