Tangerine Dream

The most famous electronic music band ever. The inventor of the berlin school style.
Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream - Under Cover Chapter One

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2010
There was a bet between TD´s American promoter and the band in a small Sushi restaurant in Los Angeles during TD´s performance on the West Coast end of 2008. The Promoter just joked around by asking how it would sound like if TD would record all time top 40 stuff. After a big laugh, everybody thought about the´impossible´project. What a surreal idea if TD could do a most modern cover version of songs lots of people know, love and would have chosen as their own soundtrack for various parts of their life. ´If you do it I´ve got a good offer, if you fail, all of you have to ride the distance LA - Las Vegas by bike – so it´s a bet…´The rest will become history – here it is, TD´s ´just-for-fun´ project: UNDER COVER !!


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Tangerine Dream - Under Cover Chapter One (Cleopatra)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2010 / 2012
Here the Cleopatra label version.
There was a bet between TD´s American promoter and the band in a small Sushi restaurant in Los Angeles during TD´s performance on the West Coast end of 2008. The Promoter just joked around by asking how it would sound like if TD would record all time top 40 stuff. After a big laugh, everybody thought about the´impossible´project. What a surreal idea if TD could do a most modern cover version of songs lots of people know, love and would have chosen as their own soundtrack for various parts of their life. ´If you do it I´ve got a good offer, if you fail, all of you have to ride the distance LA - Las Vegas by bike – so it´s a bet…´The rest will become history – here it is, TD´s ´just-for-fun´ project: UNDER COVER !!


17,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Underwater Sunlight

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 19
86 / 1996

Reissue of 1986 album. Six tracks, including the title track & the two part 'Song Of The Whale'. All tracks are digitally remastered from the original master tapes. Also features the original cover art.
Tangerine Dream's 1986 album "Underwater Sunlight" is the second of their major themed studio albums, building on the success of their previous release, "Le Parc". It also marks Paul Haslinger's debut with the band, following the departure of Johannes Schmoelling some six months earlier. Inspired perhaps by Edgar Froese's love for scuba diving, this album evokes various aspects of the underwater world. Don't worry that this disc is awash with `soothing and relaxing synthesiser sounds (TM)' played over taped whale and dolphin sounds and the splashing of the sea, though! Rather, what you'll find here are truly musical portraits - albeit of synthesiser origin - and all of the highest possible order.The major work on the disc is the two-part `Song of the Whale' - a classic Tangerine Dream composition. For almost 20 minutes, mellifluous guitar and soft synthesiser melodies build music which dips and soars majestically, at times driven along by sequencer-powered synthesiser rhythms, at other times drifting calmly in currents of its own making. Paul Hasslinger stamps his mark on this album very early on with his rhythm guitar work permeating both parts of `Song of the Whale' and with a sparkling grand piano solo, introducing part II. Hasslinger's rhythm guitar is in evidence, too, in the next track, `Dolphin Dance', which is an altogether more playful piece, featuring more classic TD alternating synthesiser and guitar riffs over pulsing percussion and jangling guitar. `Ride on the Ray' is a more stately affair, its melodies gliding effortlessly over a glittering array of percussion elements, while `Scuba scuba' uses a serious of flowing synthesiser voices to portray the scuba diver's distorted aural perspective of the world. Finally, the closing `Underwater twilight' evokes the somewhat unnerving serenity of the half-light found in deeper waters. Starting with a subdued and rather sedate synthesiser chorus, out of whose dulcet tones an electronic tom and percussion pulse emerges, with a shower of keyboard runs slowly rising like a flow of bubbles to the surface, this track draws the album to a powerful but gentle and satisfying conclusion.


12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Underwater Sunlight (Expanded+Remastered)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 19
86 / 2011

Reissue of 1986 album. Seven tracks, including the title track & the two part 'Song Of The Whale'. All tracks are digitally remastered from the original master tapes. Also features the original cover art.
Tangerine Dream's 1986 album "Underwater Sunlight" is the second of their major themed studio albums, building on the success of their previous release, "Le Parc". It also marks Paul Haslinger's debut with the band, following the departure of Johannes Schmoelling some six months earlier. Inspired perhaps by Edgar Froese's love for scuba diving, this album evokes various aspects of the underwater world. Don't worry that this disc is awash with `soothing and relaxing synthesiser sounds (TM)' played over taped whale and dolphin sounds and the splashing of the sea, though! Rather, what you'll find here are truly musical portraits - albeit of synthesiser origin - and all of the highest possible order.The major work on the disc is the two-part `Song of the Whale' - a classic Tangerine Dream composition. For almost 20 minutes, mellifluous guitar and soft synthesiser melodies build music which dips and soars majestically, at times driven along by sequencer-powered synthesiser rhythms, at other times drifting calmly in currents of its own making. Paul Hasslinger stamps his mark on this album very early on with his rhythm guitar work permeating both parts of `Song of the Whale' and with a sparkling grand piano solo, introducing part II. Hasslinger's rhythm guitar is in evidence, too, in the next track, `Dolphin Dance', which is an altogether more playful piece, featuring more classic TD alternating synthesiser and guitar riffs over pulsing percussion and jangling guitar. `Ride on the Ray' is a more stately affair, its melodies gliding effortlessly over a glittering array of percussion elements, while `Scuba scuba' uses a serious of flowing synthesiser voices to portray the scuba diver's distorted aural perspective of the world. Finally, the closing `Underwater twilight' evokes the somewhat unnerving serenity of the half-light found in deeper waters. Starting with a subdued and rather sedate synthesiser chorus, out of whose dulcet tones an electronic tom and percussion pulse emerges, with a shower of keyboard runs slowly rising like a flow of bubbles to the surface, this track draws the album to a powerful but gentle and satisfying conclusion.


16,80 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Valentine Wheels

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997 / 2009
On November 6th 1997 Tangerine Dream performed a sold-out concert at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London. Here is the first half of the show - the "Vintage Set". You will hear such classics like "Beach Theme" from the legendary "Thief Soundtrack, the "Sorcerer" theme and many more. It is great that TD at times play some of the old material using the original tunes in their recent performances (e.g. 'Betrayal' or 'Poland' in this album), but also throw into the mix some of the newer stuff as well.

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only 8,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Valentine Wheels

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997

On November 6th 1997 Tangerine Dream performed a sold-out concert at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London. Here is the first half of the show - the "Vintage Set". You will hear such classics like "Beach Theme" from the legendary "Thief Soundtrack, the "Sorcerer" theme and many more. It is great that TD at times play some of the old material using the original tunes in their recent performances (e.g. 'Betrayal' or 'Poland' in this album), but also throw into the mix some of the newer stuff as well.

9,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Valentine Wheels (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997
On November 6th 1997 Tangerine Dream performed a sold-out concert at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London. Here is the first half of the show - the "Vintage Set". You will hear such classics like "Beach Theme" from the legendary "Thief Soundtrack, the "Sorcerer" theme and many more. It is great that TD at times play some of the old material using the original tunes in their recent performances (e.g. 'Betrayal' or 'Poland' in this album), but also throw into the mix some of the newer stuff as well.

14,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Views from a Red Train

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008 / 2009

'Views From A Red Train' is the new studio album by Tangerine Dream released in 2008. Three tracks from the album have already made their first public appearance during the Frankfurt gig (at Alte Oper/"One Night In Space Concert") last year. Maybe the most rocktype oriented recording TD ever did. The fans who just love the EM ambient background stuff should maybe safe their money on this one. Fair advise – but if you’re willing to do the test of expanding your tolerance, you’re always welcome.

18,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Views from a Red Train (Japan)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008 / 2009
Here the Japan version. HiQualityCD. Tangerine Dream Eastgate Era collection vol.1.
'Views From A Red Train' is the new studio album by Tangerine Dream released in 2008. Three tracks from the album have already made their first public appearance during the Frankfurt gig (at Alte Oper/"One Night In Space Concert") last year. Maybe the most rocktype oriented recording TD ever did. The fans who just love the EM ambient background stuff should maybe safe their money on this one. Fair advise – but if you’re willing to do the test of expanding your tolerance, you’re always welcome.

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Views from a Red Train (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008   

'Views From A Red Train' is the new studio album by Tangerine Dream released in 2008. Three tracks from the album have already made their first public appearance during the Frankfurt gig (at Alte Oper/"One Night In Space Concert") last year. Maybe the most rocktype oriented recording TD ever did. The fans who just love the EM ambient background stuff should maybe safe their money on this one. Fair advise – but if you’re willing to do the test of expanding your tolerance, you’re always welcome.

19,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Wavelength (DVD-Movie)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1983 / 2016

First time on DVD: The Science Fiction Movie from 1983 with the music by Tangerine Dream.

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Tangerine Dream - What A Blast

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1999 / 2009

What a Blast: Architecture in Motion is another soundtrack by Tangerine Dream. It is for a documentary film of the same name.
The film is about razing buildings and the power of explosions and implosions. Edgar Froese and Jerome Froese have created an appropriately dramatic and active soundscape to accompany the images and to create imagery. This is energetic Berlin school e-music.
For fans of that style, this is a good disc.
A detonating soundtrack for a really outstanding video series about "Architecture in motion".
This release contains a bonus track.

12,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - What A Blast (DVD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1999   
Grab a front row seat for the explosive action as the world''s foremost blasters plan and execute their latest projects. Witness the spectacular destruction of dozens of structures, as Detonation Countdown chronicles these blasts from design to detonation. Peer over the blasters''shoulders as these structures are systematically weakened and loaded with explosives. Sit spellbound as the clock ticks off the last seconds before the button is pushed and the structures come tumbling down. Culminating with the world record blast of a massive hospital complex. Detonation Countdown is a unique visual journey through a fascinating industry. Demolition Artist (46 Minutes) Witness the explosive action as dozens of massive structures crumble into tiny piles of dust and debris. Demolition Artist presents an unprecedented view of prominent, professionals in the field of explosive demolition and explores the artistry of their most impressive blasts. See the world''s record blasts for the tallest concrete structure, the longest blast sequence and the largest building. Take a fascinating look behind the scenes of this unique industry. Gain rare insight into the approach and technique of each blaster. Watch an incredible variety of structures come crashing down in the most exciting collection of explosive demolition footage ever assemble. For Kids (42 Minutes) 3-2-1 BOOM! Get ready for the most explosive and exciting kid''s video program ever. What A Blast for kids presents an incredible tour of the dynamic world of explosive demolition. Thrill to the sight of dozens of structures brought down with a mighty roar. Powerful explosions, huge dust clouds, tons of tumbling bricks and cascading piles of concrete will fill the screen as professional blasters eradicate a multitude of buildings, bridges, smokestacks and towers. Meet the blasters and watch over their shoulders as they weaken the structure, place the explosives, clear the area and push the button that unleashes the awesome power of destruction. From skyscrapers to stadiums, witness the world''s record blasts in the largest collection of explosive demolition projects ever assembled. Fun, fast-paced and filled with astonishing footage, What a Blast for kids will blow you out of your seat.
This is the special edition version.

19,40 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - What A Blast (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1999   
What a Blast: Architecture in Motion is another soundtrack by Tangerine Dream. It is for a documentary film of the same name.
The film is about razing buildings and the power of explosions and implosions. Edgar Froese and Jerome Froese have created an appropriately dramatic and active soundscape to accompany the images and to create imagery. This is energetic Berlin school e-music.
For fans of that style, this is a good disc.
A detonating soundtrack for a really outstanding video series about "Architecture in motion".
This TDI release contains a bonus track.

14,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - White Eagle

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1982   
The album's principle work is "Mojave Plan", a four-movement, 20-minute song that represents some of the darkest music they've recorded in a while. Perhaps it was Edgar Froese's fear of nuclear annihilation that fueled this bleak view of the future, but the piece's effectiveness is undermined by the decision to continually dabble with different sounds. Where earlier extended pieces tended to move the listener from point A to point B, "Mojave Plan" doesn't flow so much as fuse disjointed sections together. The remaining songs are more cohesive, though Christopher Franke's sequencer patterns, while initially intoxicating, remain static here. That's not a problem on the brief "Midnight in Tula"; four minutes of contagious dance music that turns corners as tight as a Polyrock tune is a welcome respite at this point in the album. "Convention of the 24" clocks in at under ten minutes, and is arguably the closest in effect to Tangram et al. The album closes on a pleasant note with "White Eagle", a mesmerizing song that spins on a slightly off-kilter axis while delivering a lovely little melody in the bargain, in some ways suggesting a meeting of Tangerine Dream's sequencer-led journeys and Cluster's playful side.
While it's ultimately an uneven work, White Eagle is clearly the sum of its parts, and readily identifiable as the work of Tangerine Dream. Perhaps Froese had relinquished too much of the music to Johannes Schmoelling, whose curiosity for new sounds often comes across as restlessness. Most likely, though, TD wanted to move its music into the modern age. People weren't as likely to sit in a lotus position for 40 minutes as they were in the '70s -- a point that Exit acknowledged. Conceptually, the band members fall back on familiar ways with White Eagle, but musically their minds are operating on a more contemporary level.
It's not an ideal amalgam, suggesting the band was at a stylistic crossroads.
Recorded and mixed January 1982 in Berlin.
All compositions by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling.
Sleeve design by Edgar and Monica Froese.

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - White Eagle

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1982   
The album's principle work is "Mojave Plan", a four-movement, 20-minute song that represents some of the darkest music they've recorded in a while. Perhaps it was Edgar Froese's fear of nuclear annihilation that fueled this bleak view of the future, but the piece's effectiveness is undermined by the decision to continually dabble with different sounds. Where earlier extended pieces tended to move the listener from point A to point B, "Mojave Plan" doesn't flow so much as fuse disjointed sections together. The remaining songs are more cohesive, though Christopher Franke's sequencer patterns, while initially intoxicating, remain static here. That's not a problem on the brief "Midnight in Tula"; four minutes of contagious dance music that turns corners as tight as a Polyrock tune is a welcome respite at this point in the album. "Convention of the 24" clocks in at under ten minutes, and is arguably the closest in effect to Tangram et al. The album closes on a pleasant note with "White Eagle", a mesmerizing song that spins on a slightly off-kilter axis while delivering a lovely little melody in the bargain, in some ways suggesting a meeting of Tangerine Dream's sequencer-led journeys and Cluster's playful side.
While it's ultimately an uneven work, White Eagle is clearly the sum of its parts, and readily identifiable as the work of Tangerine Dream. Perhaps Froese had relinquished too much of the music to Johannes Schmoelling, whose curiosity for new sounds often comes across as restlessness. Most likely, though, TD wanted to move its music into the modern age. People weren't as likely to sit in a lotus position for 40 minutes as they were in the '70s -- a point that Exit acknowledged. Conceptually, the band members fall back on familiar ways with White Eagle, but musically their minds are operating on a more contemporary level.
It's not an ideal amalgam, suggesting the band was at a stylistic crossroads.
Recorded and mixed January 1982 in Berlin.
All compositions by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling.
Sleeve design by Edgar and Monica Froese.

Here the first Virgin label version!

9,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Winter in Hiroshima (Japan)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009 / 2010
Here the Japan version.
Part of a five-album Tangerine Dream cardboard sleeve reissue series.
The fourth part of The Five Atomic Seasons is another document of the remarkable wide range of musical landscapes created by Tangerine Dream. Even if the music never left the sad background the story itself requires, the fourth season will explain some of the positive vibes which guide two protagonists far beyond the prevailing circumstances. So take over the positive energy filling this production in order to become part of an astonishing turn the story has to offer. Wintertime in its description here will move you gently away from the hopeless land of horror over to a new silver lining of new challenges within everybody’s day to day life back in 1945. Read and then listen to an outstanding hour of personal experiences.
The music is more friendly again and should show the new hope in the peoples mind. Also more rhythmic. Sounds more like a typical TD release of the latest years.

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Winter in Hiroshima (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
The fourth part of The Five Atomic Seasons is another document of the remarkable wide range of musical landscapes created by Tangerine Dream. Even if the music never left the sad background the story itself requires, the fourth season will explain some of the positive vibes which guide two protagonists far beyond the prevailing circumstances. So take over the positive energy filling this production in order to become part of an astonishing turn the story has to offer. Wintertime in its description here will move you gently away from the hopeless land of horror over to a new silver lining of new challenges within everybody’s day to day life back in 1945. Read and then listen to an outstanding hour of personal experiences.
The music is more friendly again and should show the new hope in the peoples mind. Also more rhythmic. Sounds more like a typical TD release of the latest years.

16,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Zeit

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1972/ 1986
Zeit (that's German for "time"), the third album by Tangerine Dream, is an example of early electronic ambient music. As such I think it's difficult to have a strong feeling about it either way, although there are apparently some people who consider it a masterwork and some who really hate it. In any event, it's an album that challenges one's conception of what music is and what function music is supposed to fulfill.
Like most of the early Tangerine Dream albums, Zeit plays like the soundtrack to cosmic occurrences. The goings-on here, however, are happening really slow. If parts of Alpha Centauri reminded me of a journey through the stars, Zeit plays like the formation of one of those stars.
Each of the four tracks are similar, though the first one, "Birth of Liquid Plejades", not only has the coolest name but also has interesting enough music that it merits my full attention whenever I put it on. In addition to the electric keyboards, Zeit was recorded with a cello quartet and the cellos are put to excellent use right away: "Liquid Plejades" begins as a sustained drone of cellos with minimal background electronic effects. After about seven minutes, the cellos are enveloped completely by a synthesizer and organ which then slowly wind along for another 13 minutes. The control of the tension throughout is superb.
I think that the rest of the album doesn't reward focused listening (while sober, anyway) as much as "Liquid Plejades", but I don't think that was the purpose of the recording. The remaining three pieces are like sonic paintings, except that you have to "look" at them a certain amount of time before they're over. Sometimes the musical events happen so slowly that a normal ear (an ear trained to absorb musical events that occur over shorter durations) will have to make an in-flight adjustment. Sometimes there are just tuneless sounds and pulses.
Chris Franke - VCS 3 synthesizer, cymbals, keyboard
Edgar Froese - gliss guitar, generator
Peter Baumann - VCS 3 synthesizer, organ, vibraphone
Guests:
Steve Schroyder - organ
Florian Fricke (Popol Vuh) - Moog synthesizer on track 1
Christian Vallbracht - cello
Jochen von Grumbcow - cello
Hans Joachim Brüne - cello
Johannes Lücke - cello

Here the last copy of the Jive Electro first CD release!

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Zeit  Remastered + Expanded (2CD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1972 / 2011
New remastered version. With the complete Cologe Klangwald concert from 1972 released for the first time.

Zeit (that's German for "time"), the third album by Tangerine Dream, is an example of early electronic ambient music. As such I think it's difficult to have a strong feeling about it either way, although there are apparently some people who consider it a masterwork and some who really hate it. In any event, it's an album that challenges one's conception of what music is and what function music is supposed to fulfill.
Like most of the early Tangerine Dream albums, Zeit plays like the soundtrack to cosmic occurrences. The goings-on here, however, are happening really slow. If parts of Alpha Centauri reminded me of a journey through the stars, Zeit plays like the formation of one of those stars.
Each of the four tracks are similar, though the first one, "Birth of Liquid Plejades", not only has the coolest name but also has interesting enough music that it merits my full attention whenever I put it on. In addition to the electric keyboards, Zeit was recorded with a cello quartet and the cellos are put to excellent use right away: "Liquid Plejades" begins as a sustained drone of cellos with minimal background electronic effects. After about seven minutes, the cellos are enveloped completely by a synthesizer and organ which then slowly wind along for another 13 minutes. The control of the tension throughout is superb.
I think that the rest of the album doesn't reward focused listening (while sober, anyway) as much as "Liquid Plejades", but I don't think that was the purpose of the recording. The remaining three pieces are like sonic paintings, except that you have to "look" at them a certain amount of time before they're over. Sometimes the musical events happen so slowly that a normal ear (an ear trained to absorb musical events that occur over shorter durations) will have to make an in-flight adjustment. Sometimes there are just tuneless sounds and pulses.
Chris Franke - VCS 3 synthesizer, cymbals, keyboard
Edgar Froese - gliss guitar, generator
Peter Baumann - VCS 3 synthesizer, organ, vibraphone
Guests:
Steve Schroyder - organ
Florian Fricke (Popol Vuh) - Moog synthesizer on track 1
Christian Vallbracht - cello
Jochen von Grumbcow - cello
Hans Joachim Brüne - cello
Johannes Lücke - cello

18,90 EUR
 
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