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:D I know lots will disagree but I think all of Zeit is just one big scary nightmare!! :D

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:D I know lots will disagree but I think all of Zeit is just one big scary nightmare!! :D




wait till you Read BM's book on Zeit, the size, weight and sheer unreadiblity will scare the bejeezus outta you :D

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:D I know lots will disagree but I think all of Zeit is just one big scary nightmare!! :D

Oh that's ok, there are scarier things, just don't imagine a visit to the Dark Side of Saturn... as Edgar obviously did.

The pic at the link above is an actual Cassini spacecraft image from 2006!
Compare with original Zeit cover from 1972...

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No doubt Mr. Froese is a man with a vision.... :)


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I found the Title track from Sorcerer a bit scary when first played (late at night it was...)..

The scariest "TD" for me now is going to be ruby_CON......... Can't wait to hear "Part 2" - :?


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Another one not recommended for the dark is Glaeken's Quest from The Keep.............definitely not for the squeamish :oops: :shock: :arrow:

I can just see the Vicar in the Church yard in his cloak now :shock: Im off :arrow:

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Another one not recommended for the dark is Glaeken's Quest from The Keep.............definitely not for the squeamish :oops: :shock: :arrow:

I can just see the Vicar in the Church yard in his cloak now :shock: Im off :arrow:


Is that from the triple or six-disc bootleg?


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Another one not recommended for the dark is Glaeken's Quest from The Keep.............definitely not for the squeamish :oops: :shock: :arrow:

I can just see the Vicar in the Church yard in his cloak now :shock: Im off :arrow:


Is that from the triple or six-disc bootleg?


Triple :wink:

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Zeit gets my vote as TD's creepiest music!

However, for some real creepy music listen to the spooky music of Conrad Schnitzler, who was of course with TD for just one album, "Electronic Meditation".

"Face On Radio" & "Ballet Statique" are mind numbing!!

Try listening to these in the dark?

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Many parts of Logos are quite eerie sounding. 'at's why I like it. :)


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Many parts of Logos are quite eerie sounding. 'at's why I like it. :)


Me, too. The scarier, the better, as far as I'm concerned.

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Many parts of Logos are quite eerie sounding. 'at's why I like it. :)


Me, too. The scarier, the better, as far as I'm concerned.


quite scarey on the night as well :)

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24db wrote:
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Many parts of Logos are quite eerie sounding. 'at's why I like it. :)


Me, too. The scarier, the better, as far as I'm concerned.


quite scarey on the night as well :)

Funnily I thought it was quite scarey on the night but have never thought of the CD as scarey. Clearly I've not been playing it at the right volume. :wink:


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Chris Monk wrote:
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Many parts of Logos are quite eerie sounding. 'at's why I like it. :)


Me, too. The scarier, the better, as far as I'm concerned.


quite scarey on the night as well :)

Funnily I thought it was quite scarey on the night but have never thought of the CD as scarey. Clearly I've not been playing it at the right volume. :wink:


120-130db if possible

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Christ those Bass notes shook right through you, I was pretty close to the the PA on JS side at the Colston HAll (Row D) if I remember correctly - absolutely stunning gig.


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Christ those Bass notes shook right through you, I was pretty close to the the PA on JS side at the Colston HAll (Row D) if I remember correctly - absolutely stunning gig.

Ahhh the memories come flooding back. We were in the middle of the front row on the balcony at the very same show. It was awesome. What is it, 25 years ago?


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