Tangerine Dream

The most famous electronic music band ever. The inventor of the berlin school style.
Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream - Antique Dreams

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000  

"Antique Dreams" is an assortment of "rare" tracks, outtakes and live tracks and, like many such collections, is worth digging through. The tracks date from 1971 to 1990, with the bulk of them from the 1981-1986 era. The best tracks are, perhaps not surprisingly, the longer tracks. "Calymba Cali" (1981; 8+ min) is the very best track, with a strong synth bass sound prevalent, a track that would fit in very nicely on the "Thief" soundtrack album. "Cool Breeze of Brighton" (1986; live; 10+ min) has more an upbeat tempo and features a long Froese guitar solo. "Edinburgh's Castle" (1982, live, 8+ min) is a more gentle track that takes its time to develop. "Sorcerer and Thief" (1981, live, 6+ min) does excatly what the title suggest: 2 segments of the main themes of the respective movies, bridged nicely into one. "Oedipus Tyrannus Overture" (1974; 4+ min) is a preview of the sound to come in "Rubycon" and another great track. "Southend Mall" (1985, 4+ min) is an outake from the "Le Parc" sessions and has the same feel to it. I found tracks 4,5 and 7 (all soundtracks to German TV shows) not particularly interesting. The strangest track of all is "Ultima Thule Part 1" (1971) which according to the liner notes was a TD single; it features louds guitars and drums and doesn't sound like TD at all (if anything, it made me think of the Dutch band "Earth & Fire" on their single "Wild and Exciting" from the same era, minus the female vocals of course.) Overall, there are enough golden nuggets in this bag that make this CD another welcome addition in the TD "Classics Collection" series.

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Tangerine Dream - Architecture in Motion

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".

15,40 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Arizona Live'92

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P:
1992 / 2009
ARIZONA Live '92 - one of TD's best US live recordings with a superb sound quality. Recorded on 28th September 1992 at the Scottsdale Mall Amphitheatre during the North American Tour. You will definitely hear that the band - at that time Edgar, Jerome, Linda and Zlatko - were notably in very good spirits to offer a great performance.
Recorded live at the Scottsdale Mall Amphitheater on 09/05/1992 during same tour that "220 Volt" was released. Much better than that CD because of pure sound quality and greater length. A total of 17 songs of which 9 were on "220 Volt". A small booklet also included. Enjoy this live atmosphere and get involved with the mood of the nineties.

15,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atem

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1973/ 2002   
"Atem" ("breathless" in German) was the first band effort to really codify the cosmic atmospherics that the Tangs quickly perfected on their other 1970's classic releases
“Atem” was atmospherically much brighter in contrast to their previous album “Zeit”. “Atem” is also one of the favourtite electronic albums from the 70's offering one of the true masterpieces from this genre. Froese, Baumann and Franke blend tons of analog synth and keyboard work to create an outerwordly 42 Minute daydream.
Progheads beware as this was the first time TD used the Mellotron on any album. Breathe was a fitting title for this album, as it does literally carry the tonal ebbs and flows of the breathing reflex.
Originally recorded at Dierks Studio, Cologne, Germany in 1973.
Digitally remastered by Thomas Heimann-Trosien (1995 Eastgate Studios, Vienna, Austria).
This is the 2002 remaster.
The CD is packed in an extra cardboard sleeve and comes with an 8 page booklet.
All music composed and played by Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann and Chris Franke.
Edgar Froese - mellotron, guitar, organ, voice.
Peter Baumann - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano.
Chris Franke - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, percussion and voice.

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atem

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1973/ 1996   
"Atem" ("breathless" in German) was the first band effort to really codify the cosmic atmospherics that the Tangs quickly perfected on their other 1970's classic releases
“Atem” was atmospherically much brighter in contrast to their previous album “Zeit”. “Atem” is also one of the favourtite electronic albums from the 70's offering one of the true masterpieces from this genre. Froese, Baumann and Franke blend tons of analog synth and keyboard work to create an outerwordly 42 Minute daydream.
Progheads beware as this was the first time TD used the Mellotron on any album. Breathe was a fitting title for this album, as it does literally carry the tonal ebbs and flows of the breathing reflex.
Originally recorded at Dierks Studio, Cologne, Germany in 1973.
Digitally remastered by Thomas Heimann-Trosien (1995 Eastgate Studios, Vienna, Austria).
All music composed and played by Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann and Chris Franke.
Edgar Froese - mellotron, guitar, organ, voice.
Peter Baumann - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano.
Chris Franke - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, percussion and voice.

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atem  (LTD Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1973/ 2004
"Atem" ("breathless" in German) was the first band effort to really codify the cosmic atmospherics that the Tangs quickly perfected on their other 1970's classic releases
“Atem” was atmospherically much brighter in contrast to their previous album “Zeit”. “Atem” is also one of the favourtite electronic albums from the 70's offering one of the true masterpieces from this genre. Froese, Baumann and Franke blend tons of analog synth and keyboard work to create an outerwordly 42 Minute daydream.
Progheads beware as this was the first time TD used the Mellotron on any album. Breathe was a fitting title for this album, as it does literally carry the tonal ebbs and flows of the breathing reflex.
Originally recorded at Dierks Studio, Cologne, Germany in 1973.
Digitally remastered by Thomas Heimann-Trosien (1995 Eastgate Studios, Vienna, Austria).
All music composed and played by Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann and Chris Franke.
Edgar Froese - mellotron, guitar, organ, voice.
Peter Baumann - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano.
Chris Franke - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, percussion and voice.
This is the LTD Japan papersleeve version.

48,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atem (Remastered+Expanded 2cd Edition)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1973/ 2011   
This double CD contains also the legendary concert from 1973 in Berlin which is previously unreleased.
"Atem" ("breathless" in German) was the first band effort to really codify the cosmic atmospherics that the Tangs quickly perfected on their other 1970's classic releases
“Atem” was atmospherically much brighter in contrast to their previous album “Zeit”. “Atem” is also one of the favourtite electronic albums from the 70's offering one of the true masterpieces from this genre. Froese, Baumann and Franke blend tons of analog synth and keyboard work to create an outerwordly 42 Minute daydream.
Progheads beware as this was the first time TD used the Mellotron on any album. Breathe was a fitting title for this album, as it does literally carry the tonal ebbs and flows of the breathing reflex.
Originally recorded at Dierks Studio, Cologne, Germany in 1973.
Digitally remastered by Thomas Heimann-Trosien (1995 Eastgate Studios, Vienna, Austria).
All music composed and played by Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann and Chris Franke.
Edgar Froese - mellotron, guitar, organ, voice.
Peter Baumann - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano.
Chris Franke - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, percussion and voice.

17,85 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atem LP

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1973/ 2012
"Atem" ("breathless" in German) was the first band effort to really codify the cosmic atmospherics that the Tangs quickly perfected on their other 1970's classic releases
“Atem” was atmospherically much brighter in contrast to their previous album “Zeit”. “Atem” is also one of the favourtite electronic albums from the 70's offering one of the true masterpieces from this genre. Froese, Baumann and Franke blend tons of analog synth and keyboard work to create an outerwordly 42 Minute daydream.
Progheads beware as this was the first time TD used the Mellotron on any album. Breathe was a fitting title for this album, as it does literally carry the tonal ebbs and flows of the breathing reflex.
Originally recorded at Dierks Studio, Cologne, Germany in 1973.
Digitally remastered by Thomas Heimann-Trosien (1995 Eastgate Studios, Vienna, Austria).
This is the 2012 vinyl remaster.
All music composed and played by Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann and Chris Franke.
Edgar Froese - mellotron, guitar, organ, voice.
Peter Baumann - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, piano.
Chris Franke - organ, VCS3, synthesizer, percussion and voice.

25,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Bridges

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010   
"Atlantic Bridges" is part of a 2-CD release (the other part being "Atlantic Walls") intended to showcase the best of Tangerine Dream's output from the albums "Optical Race" (1988), "Lily on the Beach" (1989), "Melrose" (1990), "Rockoon" (1992), "Turn of the Tides" (1994) and "Tyranny of Beauty" (1995). There are also bonuses in the form of one track on each album from the 1997 album "Timesquare (Dream Mixes Vol. 2)". Between them, the two compilation discs cover about a third of each of the main albums. And a pretty good third at that, with the tracks allegedly being chosen by the band members themselves. Certainly, most of the tracks included have featured prominently in Tangerine Dream's concert repertoire over the years, so one can only assume that the band do indeed rate these as amongst their better works from the period. Both discs are also crammed to capacity, with some 70+ minutes of music each.

8,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Bridges

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010   
"Atlantic Bridges" is part of a 2-CD release (the other part being "Atlantic Walls") intended to showcase the best of Tangerine Dream's output from the albums "Optical Race" (1988), "Lily on the Beach" (1989), "Melrose" (1990), "Rockoon" (1992), "Turn of the Tides" (1994) and "Tyranny of Beauty" (1995). There are also bonuses in the form of one track on each album from the 1997 album "Timesquare (Dream Mixes Vol. 2)". Between them, the two compilation discs cover about a third of each of the main albums. And a pretty good third at that, with the tracks allegedly being chosen by the band members themselves. Certainly, most of the tracks included have featured prominently in Tangerine Dream's concert repertoire over the years, so one can only assume that the band do indeed rate these as amongst their better works from the period. Both discs are also crammed to capacity, with some 70+ minutes of music each.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Bridges (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010   
"Atlantic Bridges" is part of a 2-CD release (the other part being "Atlantic Walls") intended to showcase the best of Tangerine Dream's output from the albums "Optical Race" (1988), "Lily on the Beach" (1989), "Melrose" (1990), "Rockoon" (1992), "Turn of the Tides" (1994) and "Tyranny of Beauty" (1995). There are also bonuses in the form of one track on each album from the 1997 album "Timesquare (Dream Mixes Vol. 2)". Between them, the two compilation discs cover about a third of each of the main albums. And a pretty good third at that, with the tracks allegedly being chosen by the band members themselves. Certainly, most of the tracks included have featured prominently in Tangerine Dream's concert repertoire over the years, so one can only assume that the band do indeed rate these as amongst their better works from the period. Both discs are also crammed to capacity, with some 70+ minutes of music each.

14,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Walls

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010

"Atlantic Walls" concentrates more on the lyrical tracks from the source albums it covers. It also showcases most of the great guitar-led ballads, which were so much a feature that Zlatko Perica brought to the band throughout much the 10-year period covered here.
This disc manages to find lots of guitar music from the earlier albums too and it is interesting to here it all combined in one place like this. That said, I'm not convinced that the selection works particularly well in the order presented - especially around the middle of the disc, where it feels to be very much a mish-mash of pieces with little or no cohesion. The end of the disc presents some of the very best of the music from the period, though, and would be a delight to have if you don't already own the source discs.
Taken as a pair, then, "Atlantic Walls" and "Atlantic Bridges" would be a fine purchase for anyone not wanting to buy all of the original discs to get at the best. Of the two, "Atlantic Bridges" is probably the more satisfying collection, while "Atlantic Walls" has arguably some better tracks.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Walls

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010

"Atlantic Walls" concentrates more on the lyrical tracks from the source albums it covers. It also showcases most of the great guitar-led ballads, which were so much a feature that Zlatko Perica brought to the band throughout much the 10-year period covered here.
This disc manages to find lots of guitar music from the earlier albums too and it is interesting to here it all combined in one place like this. That said, I'm not convinced that the selection works particularly well in the order presented - especially around the middle of the disc, where it feels to be very much a mish-mash of pieces with little or no cohesion. The end of the disc presents some of the very best of the music from the period, though, and would be a delight to have if you don't already own the source discs.
Taken as a pair, then, "Atlantic Walls" and "Atlantic Bridges" would be a fine purchase for anyone not wanting to buy all of the original discs to get at the best. Of the two, "Atlantic Bridges" is probably the more satisfying collection, while "Atlantic Walls" has arguably some better tracks.

8,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atlantic Walls (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998 / 2010

"Atlantic Walls" concentrates more on the lyrical tracks from the source albums it covers. It also showcases most of the great guitar-led ballads, which were so much a feature that Zlatko Perica brought to the band throughout much the 10-year period covered here.
This disc manages to find lots of guitar music from the earlier albums too and it is interesting to here it all combined in one place like this. That said, I'm not convinced that the selection works particularly well in the order presented - especially around the middle of the disc, where it feels to be very much a mish-mash of pieces with little or no cohesion. The end of the disc presents some of the very best of the music from the period, though, and would be a delight to have if you don't already own the source discs.
Taken as a pair, then, "Atlantic Walls" and "Atlantic Bridges" would be a fine purchase for anyone not wanting to buy all of the original discs to get at the best. Of the two, "Atlantic Bridges" is probably the more satisfying collection, while "Atlantic Walls" has arguably some better tracks.

14,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Atmospherics

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1995   
Nice collection of the best racks of the 70ies and the 80ies.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Autumn in Hiroshima

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008 / 2009

Autumn in Hiroshima is the long awaited third part of THE FIVE ATOMIC SEASONS. A musical journey accompanying Mr. H. T. to an old Zen Monastery where he is living for a short period of time and getting introduced to the secrets of life and death. Within this rather unemotional period he learns about the contemplative views which he has to develop within himself in contrast to the desastrous life out there everybody is confronted with in these days. Instead of giving up hope after the blasts he feels an enormous energy and change of consciousness which guides him directly to something very strange...
Synthetic choirs and strings, also mixed with real choirs, let the music fit to the theme and give it a shinny colour.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Autumn in Hiroshima (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008 / 2009
HiQualityCD. Tangerine Dream Eastgate Era collection vol.1
Autumn in Hiroshima is the long awaited third part of THE FIVE ATOMIC SEASONS. A musical journey accompanying Mr. H. T. to an old Zen Monastery where he is living for a short period of time and getting introduced to the secrets of life and death. Within this rather unemotional period he learns about the contemplative views which he has to develop within himself in contrast to the desastrous life out there everybody is confronted with in these days. Instead of giving up hope after the blasts he feels an enormous energy and change of consciousness which guides him directly to something very strange...
Synthetic choirs and strings, also mixed with real choirs, let the music fit to the theme and give it a shinny colour.

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

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008
Autumn in Hiroshima is the long awaited third part of THE FIVE ATOMIC SEASONS. A musical journey accompanying Mr. H. T. to an old Zen Monastery where he is living for a short period of time and getting introduced to the secrets of life and death. Within this rather unemotional period he learns about the contemplative views which he has to develop within himself in contrast to the desastrous life out there everybody is confronted with in these days. Instead of giving up hope after the blasts he feels an enormous energy and change of consciousness which guides him directly to something very strange...
Synthetic choirs and strings, also mixed with real choirs, let the music fit to the theme and give it a shinny colour.

16,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Autumn in Hiroshima (Vinyl)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
NEW VINYL - first release since the 80ties! Your ardent wish came true now - the vinyls are back! Enjoy!
Autumn in Hiroshima is the long awaited third part of THE FIVE ATOMIC SEASONS. A musical journey accompanying Mr. H. T. to an old Zen Monastery where he is living for a short period of time and getting introduced to the secrets of life and death. Within this rather unemotional period he learns about the contemplative views which he has to develop within himself in contrast to the desastrous life out there everybody is confronted with in these days. Instead of giving up hope after the blasts he feels an enormous energy and change of consciousness which guides him directly to something very strange...


25,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Axiat

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
AXIAT is a new compilation arranged by the former longtime TD member Jerome Froese. A mixture of his finest compositions within Tangerine Dream. Enjoy some smooth and many energetic tracks!

13,90 EUR
 
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