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Stratosfear, will forever be etched into my music history..as a piece of perfect soundscape...it is imaginative, loving , caressing and in places effortlessly scary. Masterfully excellent :P


and again...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd3_y9Mh7IE


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I despise the lack of imagination :evil:

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Td. 70-80 is a beautiful box set. Nimbus did a great job with the pressing. All td tans should own this , if not why not :P

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bigmoog wrote:
Td. 70-80 is a beautiful box set. Nimbus did a great job with the pressing. All td tans should own this , if not why not :P


Aye and you own roughly 15 % of all copies there are :P ..I own two copies... :oops:


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bigmoog wrote:
Td. 70-80 is a beautiful box set. Nimbus did a great job with the pressing. All td tans should own this , if not why not :P


Aye and you own roughly 15 % of all copies there are :P ..I own two copies... :oops:




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How I treasure those three solo tracks and how different they sound now in the context of hearing more solo material from each artist.

Box Set? It is a pan dimensional hypercube of joy set 8)

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So contained within this thread we have;

Zeit
Ricochet
Force Majeure
Tangram
70-80s Virgin Box

all we need is Phaedra (and Rubycon) and if Carslberg did TD forum subjects, it would possibly be the best thread, exuding quality, in the history of threads........ ever :P




PS Other albums mentioned are also very cool :)


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On clear. On black. On oved. On cedee. Force majeure is always supreme in its progressive brilliance. Utter magick. Fact :P


Unless you do this to it....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgtRgYlqgYc


Oh, goodness.. I would have never guessed those rappers could also ruin Tangerine Dream... I heard once a slaughtering of "Snow Goose" by Camel in the same way, and I couldn't believe it... Where do they hear such good music and where do they get the idea to destroy it ? :shock:
Can't they create their own noise to go with their arrogant ramblings ? :evil:


every hip hop artist ever has sampled older music. using TD is actually pretty classy. i applaud that.

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Phaedra: a mind safari, a journey across an alien landscape, that can entice the listener into many surprises in imagination. astonishing then and astonishing now :P :D

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Rubycon needs no unnecessary love poems,just two words. "Magic" "Unbeatable" .... All IMO of course :wink:


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Rubycon needs no unnecessary love poems,just two words. "Magic" "Unbeatable" .... All IMO of course :wink:


I agree ! 8)

Rubycon was the first TD album I discovered (probably in 1983)... :)

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TDludo wrote:
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Rubycon needs no unnecessary love poems,just two words. "Magic" "Unbeatable" .... All IMO of course :wink:


I agree ! 8)

Rubycon was the first TD album I discovered (probably in 1983)... :)


Take me to the point of no return. :wink:

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TDludo wrote:
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Rubycon needs no unnecessary love poems,just two words. "Magic" "Unbeatable" .... All IMO of course :wink:


I agree ! 8)

Rubycon was the first TD album I discovered (probably in 1983)... :)

Me too but around 1975.

Didn't like it. Just a collection of sound effects and noises.

I now think it's a work of pure genius.

Feel a bit stupid now.

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Chris Monk wrote:
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epsilon75 wrote:
Rubycon needs no unnecessary love poems,just two words. "Magic" "Unbeatable" .... All IMO of course :wink:


I agree ! 8)

Rubycon was the first TD album I discovered (probably in 1983)... :)

Me too but around 1975.

Didn't like it. Just a collection of sound effects and noises.

I now think it's a work of pure genius.

Feel a bit stupid now.


Same here after discovering TD with Force Majuere my next album was Rubycon was not impressed it took me many years to get into it. :)


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Sorcerer is amazing, short controlled bursts :wink: of incredible tangmagic


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