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SOUNDTRACK
Tangerine Dream - Dream Music

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1993
A
mix out of the 3 soundtracks: The Park is Mine, Deadly Care and Dead Solid Perfect.

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19,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Great Wall of China (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000

HiQualityCD. Tangerine Dream Eastgate Era collection vol.1
While the disc keeps the contemporary digital sound the band found in the 90s, some of the tracks will appeal to lovers of their 70s sound. For example, check out the bass sequence on The South Gate Knights. In some ways it compares to Stratosfear 1995 from their recording Tyranny of Beauty, which combined the mid-70s song structure with digital equipment and the 90s mind set.
Another example of this era mixing would be Lights of Beijing which has a lovely piano melody reminiscent of their sound of the early 80s, but again pulled into current TD style. It seems the band is proving that they have not forgotten lessons they have learned. There are more atmospheric and experimental sounds on this disc than on other recent releases.
One example is Silence of the Barking Monks with some icy crackling crystal sounds. These sounds, though perhaps odd if taken by themselves, are weaved into the layers of the music adding to the mood and depth of the disc. This CD is a soundtrack to a U. S. made film documentary about the Asian architectural wonder. The listener will find an occasional Asian vocal sample and ethnic rhythm giving sections of the music a Far East feel, but the most Oriental inspired track is Tiger Forest which has more of the tones associated with Asian music. This is not overdone, however, as is sometimes true with worldbeat recordings, and the music remains very much TD.

Here the Japan version.

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Great Wall of China (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000

While the disc keeps the contemporary digital sound the band found in the 90s, some of the tracks will appeal to lovers of their 70s sound. For example, check out the bass sequence on The South Gate Knights. In some ways it compares to Stratosfear 1995 from their recording Tyranny of Beauty, which combined the mid-70s song structure with digital equipment and the 90s mind set.
Another example of this era mixing would be Lights of Beijing which has a lovely piano melody reminiscent of their sound of the early 80s, but again pulled into current TD style. It seems the band is proving that they have not forgotten lessons they have learned. There are more atmospheric and experimental sounds on this disc than on other recent releases.
One example is Silence of the Barking Monks with some icy crackling crystal sounds. These sounds, though perhaps odd if taken by themselves, are weaved into the layers of the music adding to the mood and depth of the disc. This CD is a soundtrack to a U. S. made film documentary about the Asian architectural wonder. The listener will find an occasional Asian vocal sample and ethnic rhythm giving sections of the music a Far East feel, but the most Oriental inspired track is Tiger Forest which has more of the tones associated with Asian music. This is not overdone, however, as is sometimes true with worldbeat recordings, and the music remains very much TD.

14,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Hollywood Lightning

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
This is a compilation of the two CDs Hollywood Years Vol. 1 & 2.
With the best leftover Soundtracks from the 80ies.

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Tangerine Dream - Hollywood Lightning (Japan Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009 
HiQualityCD. New "Hollywood Years" compilation. Japan import. Remastered. Limited edition. Mini LP cover.   
This is a compilation of the two CDs Hollywood Years Vol. 1 & 2.
With the best leftover Soundtracks from the 80ies.
Here the Japan version.

38,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Hollywood Years Vol.1

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998/ 2009    
- Contains previously unreleased music and leftovers from various movies
- Part one of the "Hollywood Years" CD compilation
"The Hollywood Years" collection, released in 1998, contains previously unreleased soundtrack music from the 1990s.

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Tangerine Dream - Hollywood Years Vol.2

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
The second part of this rare leftovers seems to have soundtracks of the following movies: Red Heat from 1985/86, The Keep and maybe Three O'Clock High. Very versatile titles with lot of new music to discover.

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Tangerine Dream - Miracle Mile

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1989
The year 1988 brought us only two releases from Tangerine Dream (which is little only if compared to their output in previous years) - a studio album "Optical Race", and a soundtrack, "Miracle Mile". Released for public consumption a year later, the album provides us with some very good music, almost worth comparison with previous efforts from the band. Almost, but not quite. On the one hand the album contains watered-down themes resembling previous work on "Canyon Dreams", "Near Dark" and "Heartbreakers". A derivative work, but worth listening. Perfect examples might be 'One for the Books', 'Running Out of Time' and 'After the Call'. On the other hand, we have some unique and original tracks, which are consistently in the moody percussive rhythmic mode. A pleasure to listen, undoubtedly, but nothing that would set us on our knees. Good representative tracks that set the mood on this album are 'Teetering Scales' and 'All of a Dither'. Musically, these tracks do not contribute to the musical heritage of the band, but nevertheless represent solid, good soundtrack work. Proceeding further, we once again come back to slightly derivative work in 'Final Statement', 'In Julie's Eyes', and 'People in the News'. Good old times, one might say. However, time and again we scratch our heads with a powerful deja vu.

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Tangerine Dream - Near Dark (CD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1987
Original Motion Picture by Feldman and Meeker
Music Composed, Arranged, Produced, Engineered and Performed by Tangerine Dream.

So far one of the best soundtracks by the band.
This is the rare CD version.

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39,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Near Dark (CD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1987

Original Motion Picture by Feldman and Meeker
Music Composed, Arranged, Produced, Engineered and Performed by Tangerine Dream.

So far one of the best soundtracks by the band.
This is the rare CD version.

This is the last copy!

24,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Oasis

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997 / 2009    
Remastered.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of The Natural wonders of the American Southwest.

9,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Risky Business (Soundtrack)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 19
83 / 2009
Soundtrack with some tracks by Tangerine Dream.

All tracks by Tangerine Dream were played in 1983 by Froese, Franke & Schmoelling
The Geffen Company presents A Steve Tisch-Jon Avnet Production "Risky Business"
starring Tom Cruise & Rebecca De Morney.

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Tangerine Dream - Shy People

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1987 / 1988

Original Motion Picture by Jill Clayburgh and Barbara Hershey
Music Composed, Performed and Engineered by Tangerine Dream (Froese/Franke/Haslinger) in 1987.
* Singer: Jacquie Virgil - Lyrics: Edgar Froese
** Singer: Diamond Ross - Lyrics: Haslinger, Franke
Shy People is a relatively long track. It starts off, very similar with the intro from Shine On You Crazy Diamond, from the Pink Floyd record Wish You Were Here.
Jacquie Virgil, the singer, begins with beautiful wordless vocal, but when she sings the lyrics, you get very disappointed, as she sneers the words out. Especially in the chorus, that has an interestingly quirky synth-melody, she sounds like a bad Tina Turner. If you can get beyond the singing, the track is acceptable. Joe's Place is a dark piece, and it sounds as if the Mellotron has had a revival. This flashback, makes this 70's inspired track pretty interesting. The Harbor, sung by Diamond Ross, is uptempo synthrock, with well performed synth and guitar interaction, that has the track to be credited for. The singer, undoubtedly paid for the occasion, really can't deliver the goods, as Haslinger and Franke simply has provided some poor lyrics. The rhythm of the song reminds of One of These Days - yet another reference to Pink Floyd. Nightfall is background music, and not very interesting on record. Together with Brother Or Stranger from 1986, Dancing On A White Moon is the closest Tangerine Dream comes to genuine pop music. The experience of writing pop songs is almost on an embryonic stage. In spite of the killer synth riff, the track lacks a great deal of enthusiasm, not only from Jacquie Virgil, but also Tangerine Dream. It can tempt you to think, that the film producers wanted a soundtrack with pop songs, and Tangerine Dream only did it to afford the newest synths on the market.


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26,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Shy People

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1988

Original Motion Picture by Jill Clayburgh and Barbara Hershey
Music Composed, Performed and Engineered by Tangerine Dream (Froese/Franke/Haslinger) in 1987.
* Singer: Jacquie Virgil - Lyrics: Edgar Froese
** Singer: Diamond Ross - Lyrics: Haslinger, Franke
Shy People is a relatively long track. It starts off, very similar with the intro from Shine On You Crazy Diamond, from the Pink Floyd record Wish You Were Here.
Jacquie Virgil, the singer, begins with beautiful wordless vocal, but when she sings the lyrics, you get very disappointed, as she sneers the words out. Especially in the chorus, that has an interestingly quirky synth-melody, she sounds like a bad Tina Turner. If you can get beyond the singing, the track is acceptable. Joe's Place is a dark piece, and it sounds as if the Mellotron has had a revival. This flashback, makes this 70's inspired track pretty interesting. The Harbor, sung by Diamond Ross, is uptempo synthrock, with well performed synth and guitar interaction, that has the track to be credited for. The singer, undoubtedly paid for the occasion, really can't deliver the goods, as Haslinger and Franke simply has provided some poor lyrics. The rhythm of the song reminds of One of These Days - yet another reference to Pink Floyd. Nightfall is background music, and not very interesting on record. Together with Brother Or Stranger from 1986, Dancing On A White Moon is the closest Tangerine Dream comes to genuine pop music. The experience of writing pop songs is almost on an embryonic stage. In spite of the killer synth riff, the track lacks a great deal of enthusiasm, not only from Jacquie Virgil, but also Tangerine Dream. It can tempt you to think, that the film producers wanted a soundtrack with pop songs, and Tangerine Dream only did it to afford the newest synths on the market.


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22,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1977/ 2004   

Without any doubt the best soundtrack released by Tangerine Dream.
With a relatively similar material used in the precedent record Stratosfear (concerning the keyboards and electronics: a lot of sequencers, mellotron and analog synthesizers), the members wrote a very dark and gloomy score.
The main title is terrifying and throws the listener in a creepy adventure. This track is a great opening to what is coming next.
Less experimental than the precedent title but as vibrant, the following tracks added one to an other create a long and epic journey throw the unknown.
Globally less imperishable than others T.D. works, this record remains a good musical moment to discover.
Composed and performed by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann.
Music from the original soundtrack of a William Friedkin Film.

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Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer (Remastered)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1977/ 2011
Here the new rematered version. 

Without any doubt the best soundtrack released by Tangerine Dream.
With a relatively similar material used in the precedent record Stratosfear (concerning the keyboards and electronics: a lot of sequencers, mellotron and analog synthesizers), the members wrote a very dark and gloomy score.
The main title is terrifying and throws the listener in a creepy adventure. This track is a great opening to what is coming next.
Less experimental than the precedent title but as vibrant, the following tracks added one to an other create a long and epic journey throw the unknown.
Globally less imperishable than others T.D. works, this record remains a good musical moment to discover.
Composed and performed by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann.
Music from the original soundtrack of a William Friedkin Film.

16,80 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer 2014 (2 CD)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1977/ 2014
In Copenhagen Tangerine Dream presented a real surprise release - a newly arranged soundtrack version of William Friedkin's film "SORCERER" from 1977 plus one hour of so far unreleased music which wasn't used in the film!! The band recorded that new version in a Viennese theatre shortly before the concert on the occasion of the Copenhagen Film Festival.

SORCERER 2014 is the first live 2CD recording from our new virtual eastgate music & arts music theatre in Vienna. With the quality of a studio sound you will hear the remake of the original analogue version of William Friedkin's 1977 movie SORCERER. On the second CD you will hear material not used for the movie but which has a strong context to the analogue spirit of the time. If you couldn't make it to Copenhagen for the public world premiere, you will have here the virtual theatre version of the same music. Enjoy this adventurous travel with three trucks through the Mexican jungle.
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Tangerine Dream - The Park is Mine

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1986 / 1991

This album, recorded in winter of 1984, just as the band came back from the Poland tour, was published years later by Silva Screen Records, without permission of the band. The latter perhaps did not plan to release the soundtrack, and therefore the musical material appearing on this CD is rather raw, without proper remix and mastering. Sound is unbalanced throughout the album, and editing is choppy indeed. What a difference in comparison to the officially released albums that were mastered by Tangerine Dream themselves!Musically, this album is the closest to its immediate predecessor, "Poland", and heavily borrows in theme from that recording. You might suppose that the best fragments were utilized on "The Park Is Mine", but no, actually, one fragment that is prominent on this album is taken from the very ending of the live album, "Poland", and that fragment is the weakest point of the latter, in fact the only weak point of that album. While it has some high points, the overall impression is quite that of mediocrity. According to Christopher Franke, the leading member of the band, they had only two weeks of free time in 1984, the rest spent in the recording studio, composing music for various movies they signed contracts for.


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Tangerine Dream - Thief (Virgin Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1981/ 1995   
The term "soundtrack" is at times used loosely, and this is the case here. While Tangerine Dream's music of course appears in the movie (which happens to be a little gem itself), the album is reworked quite a bit, and stands very much on it own. In spite of this, or perhaps as an uninteded result, the 1981 "Thief" album is the best soundtrack TD ever made.
Things start off strong with "Beach Theme", a moody piece that sets the tone. (A longer version of this track reappears as "Beach Scene".) "Dr. Destructo" finds Edgar Froese in one of his guitar-whaling moods, but somehow it works. The next track is "Diamond Diary", the best of the album (the movie actually starts with excerpts from this). The 10 min. track starts tentatively, then builds up to a dizzying array of synths, and takes its times to play out the various layers of sounds. Just terrific! The remainder tracks are of a somewhat lesser quality, but still quite good, in particular "Trap Feeling". "Thief" is an important album for Tangerine Dream. Their second soundtrack (following "Sorcerer") cemented TD's status as one of the premier soundtrack providers for Hollywood. While the quality of the soundtracks would vary greatly, none would ever equal the sound and vision found on "Thief" again.

This is the first version of the soundtrack release by Virgin, which has a different tracklisting than the Wounded Bird version.

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Transsiberia

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1998/ 2009

Transsiberia: The Russian Express Railway Experience is the soundtrack to a documentary of the same name.
The electronic music score is by Tangerine Dream (Edgar Froese and Jerome Froese).
Tangerine Dream soundtracks are seldom, if ever, middle of the road. They are either great works that stand alone well or they are complete flops when taken out of context.
This is a great CD. The imagery is clear and vivid, the sway of the rhythm creates the feeling of being on a train, and the soundscapes are appropriately cold and aloof. Deep listeners will feel the isolation of Siberia and the aura of royalty in the Russian heritage.
This is classic Berlin school electronica by the founders of the style.
It is essential e-music.

13,90 EUR
 
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