Tangerine Dream

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

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008  
This special limited EP has been produced on the occasion of the Anglo-American Concerts in November 2008 where TD performed in London, Edinburgh and Los Angeles. Enjoy a freshly re-recorded version of LOVE ON A REAL TRAIN from the movie "Risky Business" as well as a newly re-recorded version from the track SCRAPYARD from the movie ""Thief"". This little EP closes with a warm Irish traditional track called SALLY'S GARDEN performed by Linda Spa and arranged by Edgar Froese.
PS: Enjoy this CD with a 15 minutes track while having a cup of tea or coffee with your friends! That's why we call it (mini) CUPDISC!:-)

8,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Cyberjam Collection

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007 / 2009
First, this record is a MUST HAVE! for any TD fan out there, as there are some really awesome tracks on this release. A few of the songs are remastered songs from previous releases, but there are also a few newcomers. The best track is Iguana, which reminds of Jean Jarre's song "Moon Machine", but here we get electric guitars instead of just punching synth drums (which Jarre used in "Moon Machine") which is really nice to here again! When was the last time you heard Edgar on electric guitar these days on new releases? However, this track is excellent and shows just what TD is all about once again. Now on to the other new tracks. There are four other tracks and they are "Cool Shibuya", "Culpa Levis", "Forth Worth runway One", and last "Order of the Ginger Grid" and all of them takes us back to TD's heydays somewhere around the late 70's early 80's. They remind a lot of the Logos & Force Majeur albums. They are just that good! So, if you're into the Logos stuff and/or early 80's TD then this record is a must have, even though we already heard the other remastered songs from earlier 90's albums.
Listen to this record at 5 pm when the afternoon sun falls noiseless on the carpet of your private flat - past, present and future will melt to that what really happens: That very moment when time seems to be absent nothing can disturb you. It's just consciousness and sound that could be more than the sum of yourself. Sounds crazy? True, because it's so close to reality - your reality.
PS: All tracks on this compilation are completely remastered!

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Cyberjam Collection (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007 / 2009
Cardboard sleeve reissue from Tangerine Dream. Part of a five-album Tangerine Dream cardboard sleeve reissue series
First, this record is a MUST HAVE! for any TD fan out there, as there are some really awesome tracks on this release. A few of the songs are remastered songs from previous releases, but there are also a few newcomers. The best track is Iguana, which reminds of Jean Jarre's song "Moon Machine", but here we get electric guitars instead of just punching synth drums (which Jarre used in "Moon Machine") which is really nice to here again! When was the last time you heard Edgar on electric guitar these days on new releases? However, this track is excellent and shows just what TD is all about once again. Now on to the other new tracks. There are four other tracks and they are "Cool Shibuya", "Culpa Levis", "Forth Worth runway One", and last "Order of the Ginger Grid" and all of them takes us back to TD's heydays somewhere around the late 70's early 80's. They remind a lot of the Logos & Force Majeur albums. They are just that good! So, if you're into the Logos stuff and/or early 80's TD then this record is a must have, even though we already heard the other remastered songs from earlier 90's albums.
Listen to this record at 5 pm when the afternoon sun falls noiseless on the carpet of your private flat - past, present and future will melt to that what really happens: That very moment when time seems to be absent nothing can disturb you. It's just consciousness and sound that could be more than the sum of yourself. Sounds crazy? True, because it's so close to reality - your reality.
PS: All tracks on this compilation are completely remastered!

38,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Cyberjam Collection (Purple Pyramid)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007 / 2010
First, this record is a MUST HAVE! for any TD fan out there, as there are some really awesome tracks on this release. A few of the songs are remastered songs from previous releases, but there are also a few newcomers. The best track is Iguana, which reminds of Jean Jarre's song "Moon Machine", but here we get electric guitars instead of just punching synth drums (which Jarre used in "Moon Machine") which is really nice to here again! When was the last time you heard Edgar on electric guitar these days on new releases? However, this track is excellent and shows just what TD is all about once again. Now on to the other new tracks. There are four other tracks and they are "Cool Shibuya", "Culpa Levis", "Forth Worth runway One", and last "Order of the Ginger Grid" and all of them takes us back to TD's heydays somewhere around the late 70's early 80's. They remind a lot of the Logos & Force Majeur albums. They are just that good! So, if you're into the Logos stuff and/or early 80's TD then this record is a must have, even though we already heard the other remastered songs from earlier 90's albums.
Listen to this record at 5 pm when the afternoon sun falls noiseless on the carpet of your private flat - past, present and future will melt to that what really happens: That very moment when time seems to be absent nothing can disturb you. It's just consciousness and sound that could be more than the sum of yourself. Sounds crazy? True, because it's so close to reality - your reality.
PS: All tracks on this compilation are completely remastered.
This is the Purple Pyramid label version.

17,85 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Cyberjam Collection (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007
First, this record is a MUST HAVE! for any TD fan out there, as there are some really awesome tracks on this release. A few of the songs are remastered songs from previous releases, but there are also a few newcomers. The best track is Iguana, which reminds of Jean Jarre's song "Moon Machine", but here we get electric guitars instead of just punching synth drums (which Jarre used in "Moon Machine") which is really nice to here again! When was the last time you heard Edgar on electric guitar these days on new releases? However, this track is excellent and shows just what TD is all about once again. Now on to the other new tracks. There are four other tracks and they are "Cool Shibuya", "Culpa Levis", "Forth Worth runway One", and last "Order of the Ginger Grid" and all of them takes us back to TD's heydays somewhere around the late 70's early 80's. They remind a lot of the Logos & Force Majeur albums. They are just that good! So, if you're into the Logos stuff and/or early 80's TD then this record is a must have, even though we already heard the other remastered songs from earlier 90's albums.
Listen to this record at 5 pm when the afternoon sun falls noiseless on the carpet of your private flat - past, present and future will melt to that what really happens: That very moment when time seems to be absent nothing can disturb you. It's just consciousness and sound that could be more than the sum of yourself. Sounds crazy? True, because it's so close to reality - your reality.
PS: All tracks on this compilation are completely remastered!

13,90 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Cyclone

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1978/ 1985   
Although yet again Tangerine Dream had a member playing flute, the sound of Tangerine Dream Anno Domini 1978 did not resemble their previous recordings. The compositions on "Cyclone", which was recorded in early 1978, are more aggressive than ever, more rock-oriented, while still complex and touching. The album was a shock for the electronic community. Ever since the audience has been divided - for "Cyclone" is a very controversial album. The attitude has been: love it, or hate it. Most of the audience objected the introduction of vocals, and even the essence of the Joliffe lyrics was objectionable to most. Still, the album is very coherent - it might be even christened a concept album, the expression we usually associate with Pink Floyd. Perhaps it's not a coincidence, for the first two tracks slightly resemble the older songs by that famous British group. The resemblance is slight, for the vocals are unique, while the overall impression is that of originality.The album withstood the flow of time, and is still considered among the very best that the band ever conceived. This is also due to the multiinstrumental fugue of 'Madrigal Meridian', the last and the longest, purely instrumental composition on the album. There, the excellence of the musicians shows and we cannot help but admire the perfection with which the track was recorded and performed. Just like in the old times of "Stratosfear", the composition is multithreaded, albeit much more dynamic - it features melodies, ostinata, solos of various instruments interlaced together in the fugue. This is the work of genius, indeed.



12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Cyclone (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1978/ 2009
Although yet again Tangerine Dream had a member playing flute, the sound of Tangerine Dream Anno Domini 1978 did not resemble their previous recordings. The compositions on "Cyclone", which was recorded in early 1978, are more aggressive than ever, more rock-oriented, while still complex and touching. The album was a shock for the electronic community. Ever since the audience has been divided - for "Cyclone" is a very controversial album. The attitude has been: love it, or hate it. Most of the audience objected the introduction of vocals, and even the essence of the Joliffe lyrics was objectionable to most. Still, the album is very coherent - it might be even christened a concept album, the expression we usually associate with Pink Floyd. Perhaps it's not a coincidence, for the first two tracks slightly resemble the older songs by that famous British group. The resemblance is slight, for the vocals are unique, while the overall impression is that of originality.The album withstood the flow of time, and is still considered among the very best that the band ever conceived. This is also due to the multiinstrumental fugue of 'Madrigal Meridian', the last and the longest, purely instrumental composition on the album. There, the excellence of the musicians shows and we cannot help but admire the perfection with which the track was recorded and performed. Just like in the old times of "Stratosfear", the composition is multithreaded, albeit much more dynamic - it features melodies, ostinata, solos of various instruments interlaced together in the fugue. This is the work of genius, indeed.
Here the Japan version.



38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Dante Arias Collection

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
THE DANTE ARIAS COLLECTION is a compilation of THE DIVINE COMEDY TRILOGY - the best of classic operatic tracks mixed with TD's synth sound - just get involved with this extraordinary experiment!
Original recordings from The Dante Song Collection from the Divine Comedy
Edgar Froese - keyboards
Jerome Froese - keyboards, electronics
Thorsten Quaschening - keyboards, electronics
Linda Spa - keyboards, flute, saxophone
Iris Camaa - percussion
Brandenburg Symphonic Orchestra - Orchestra with Michael Helmrath Director

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Dante Arias Collection (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
Here the Japan Verision.
THE DANTE ARIAS COLLECTION is a compilation of THE DIVINE COMEDY TRILOGY - the best of classic operatic tracks mixed with TD's synth sound - just get involved with this extraordinary experiment!
Original recordings from The Dante Song Collection from the Divine Comedy
Edgar Froese - keyboards
Jerome Froese - keyboards, electronics
Thorsten Quaschening - keyboards, electronics
Linda Spa - keyboards, flute, saxophone
Iris Camaa - percussion
Brandenburg Symphonic Orchestra - Orchestra with Michael Helmrath Director

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Dante Song Collection

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
THE DANTE SONG COLLECTION is a compilation of THE DIVINE COMEDY TRILOGY - the best of NON-operatic tracks (...heavy hit potential!:-))
Original recordings from The Dante Song Collection from the Divine Comedy

Edgar Froese - keyboards
Jerome Froese - keyboards, electronics
Thorsten Quaschening - keyboards, electronics
Linda Spa - keyboards, flute, saxophone
Iris Camaa - percussion
Brandenburg Symphonic Orchestra - Orchestra with Michael Helmrath Director

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Dante Song Collection (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
Here the Japan Version.
THE DANTE SONG COLLECTION is a compilation of THE DIVINE COMEDY TRILOGY - the best of NON-operatic tracks (...heavy hit potential!:-))
Original recordings from The Dante Song Collection from the Divine Comedy

Edgar Froese - keyboards
Jerome Froese - keyboards, electronics
Thorsten Quaschening - keyboards, electronics
Linda Spa - keyboards, flute, saxophone
Iris Camaa - percussion
Brandenburg Symphonic Orchestra - Orchestra with Michael Helmrath Director

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Dantes Inferno (DVD) (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2002/ 2006   
On this DVD you will experience the concert performance of Tangerine Dream within a very special setting. An old castle near Cologne in Germany is forming the backdrop of this first part of Dante's trilogy. Together with this musical performance, you will see quite a few off stage images shot during the rehearsals and the set up on various locations including interviews of some of the participants.
Filmed at Castle Nideggen, Cologne, Germany August 23 + 24 2002
Composed by Edgar Froese & Jerome Froese
5.1 Surround Mix for DVD by Thorsten Quaesching
Musicians:
Edgar Froese/Jerome Froese/Iris Camaa
Lyrics adapted from Dante's La Divina Commedia by Bianca Acquaye
Singers:
Jayney Klimek (alto)
Barbara Kindermann (soprano)
Iris Camaa (alto)
Claire Fouquet (mezzosoprano)
Jane Monet (soprano)
Bianca Acquaye (alto)
Diane Miller (soprano)

25,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Das Mädchen auf der Treppe DVD

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1982/ 2009   
This is a German criminal movie, where TD made the soundtrack with a lot of new tracks out of the White Eagle era.

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Tangerine Dream - Das Romantische Opfer

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008   
The limited Loreley-EP has been released on the occasion of the TD concert within the Night Of The Prog Festival in Germany (Loreley Rock at the river Rhine) on 18th July 2008.
The song of a siren in her absolute beauty is nothing a ferryman needs in his lonelyness. Misguided by her strange voice he stranded between the cliffs of the river Rhine. He died with a smile on his face looking up to the surreal landscape of the Loreley - dream of a dream within a dream.

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Tangerine Dream - Dead Solid Perfect

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1989/1990
In early 1989, Tangerine Dream scored another film, released later in the year, but the soundtrack, "Dead Solid Perfect", was not released until 1990. The CD edition was not authorized by the band, which had not the chance to prepare the material for the album release. Who knows how this music would sound like after it had been doctored. On the one hand, the band might add something, delete something else, or join some tracks into compositions longer than those featured on the CD. On the other hand, we are presented with a unique opportunity to listen to the actual score that accompanied the motion picture. It would be best to have both versions, but we should be content with the result, given the fact that more often than not in recent years, Edgar Froese is likely to spoil whatever is still worth something.
The best tracks, very good ones, comparable to those on "Miracle Mile", are the opening 'Theme from Dead Solid Perfect', and then 'Tournament Montage', 'My Name Is Bad Hair' and 'Sand Trap', the latter (and also 'Kenny and Donny Montage') having much in common with the next soundtrack release, "Catch Me If You Can" of 1989. Most of other tracks are repetitions of tunes, single musical notes, miniatures, and reworkings, mixes of the same small set of ideas.


Here the last copy!

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Tangerine Dream - Destination Berlin

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1989
This was a very unique 1989 project for Edgar Froese, as the soundtrack is for a 360-degree movie that was shown at the premier of the Imagine 360 theater in West Berlin.
With Paul Haslinger, Froese delivers a much more metallic edge to the soundscape, though it is a vision from the sadness/bitterness of separation. Alexander Square is the foundation piece to the work, while a trio of tracks - Hitchhiker's Point, Brandenburg Gate, Wall-Street - flow into each other with majestic colors.
The music obviously comes from the heart and Froese takes a journey past the man-made wall and barbed-wire to musically gaze into the soul of the people.


16,80 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Digital Gothic (Book)

Artist: Tangerine Dream / Paul Stump
P: 1999
Book about the Tangerine Dream story, with many pictures and discopgraphy with pictures of the albums.

 

22,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - DM 1 Dream Mixes One  (2 CD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1995 / 2009
Six remixes and four brandnew tracks, contains bonus cd with two club mixes and another two completely new songs. Techno, ambient, and trance have exemplified the pop-capacity of electronic music for a handful of years now, yet truly lasting compositions have not exactly been abundant in the movement. Now, in the mid 1990s, one of the groups that brought synthesizers to the forefront of music (and who has been copied, sampled, covered, etc.) takes the influences of dance head-on. The result is frankly amazing. It is as if seasoned, visionary musicians picked up some of the same tools ambient groups have only been fooling around and showed everybody, "Well, this is how it can be done." The Dream Mixes single handily show what can be done with loops, beats, breaks, stabbing synth lines, and effects when in the hands of geniuses.

17,85 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - DM 1 Dream Mixes One  (2 CD) (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1995

Six remixes and four brandnew tracks, contains bonus cd with two club mixes and another two completely new songs. Techno, ambient, and trance have exemplified the pop-capacity of electronic music for a handful of years now, yet truly lasting compositions have not exactly been abundant in the movement. Now, in the mid 1990s, one of the groups that brought synthesizers to the forefront of music (and who has been copied, sampled, covered, etc.) takes the influences of dance head-on. The result is frankly amazing. It is as if seasoned, visionary musicians picked up some of the same tools ambient groups have only been fooling around and showed everybody, "Well, this is how it can be done." The Dream Mixes single handily show what can be done with loops, beats, breaks, stabbing synth lines, and effects when in the hands of geniuses.

Here the last copy!

19,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - DM 1 Dream Mixes One  (Miramar)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1995
With material mined from Tangerine Dream albums Tyranny of Beauty, Rockoon, and Turn of the Tides, The Dream Mixes twists Tangerine Dream's prog-era work into appealing shapes of pulsing dance music.
TD's warm, crisp electronic synth work fuses easily within a Techno framework and comes out sounding better than much of the music on those earlier albums.
Special cuts include those that capture TD's edgier work with sound clips, as in "Virtually Fields."
"San Rocco Catwalk" puts the sensuous, fat raindrops of TD synth over hard core beats that seize the body and send it into an all-night rave while "Change of the Gods" casts a sexy, dreamy spell with layered, percussive synth.
This album masterfully wraps the great electronic experiments of Tangerine Dream around a '90s Techno edge that'll leave your body yearning for more.

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