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There isn't one of these in the S/D archive. Tell me about em. They've popped up in conversation over the years, but I've never actively listened to them until just ONE track on the orbital back-to-mine. Niiiice.

Alan Trewartha, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

prog prog prog prog prog prog prog

Alan Trewartha, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

The first five or so albs (up to 'Phaedra' anyway) are all CLASSIC - long slooooooooow drifty droney stuff, although the first rec, 'Electronic Meditation', is a little bit more rock/avant freaky. My all-time fave wld prob. be 'Zeit', but they're all worth a listen, that is if you like yr music to send you floating into the vastness of space blah blah. But after that, buyer v. much beware!

A lot of their early solo recs are gd too - I really like 'Aqua' by Edgar Froese, as well as most of the early Klaus Schulze recs. Schulze, btw, is one of the most underrated kit drummers of all time - the first 'Ash Ra Temple' alb is most urgent and key.

Andrew L, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

Rubicon's OK - primitive sequences etc, but then I discovered that Raymond Scott had done it 10 years before them.

Jez, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

Yeah, what's up with Raymond Scott not being a household name? But anyway, I like "Atem" most of the TD I've heard. "Zeit", "Phaedra" and "Rubycon" also good.

dleone, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

I liked the Legend soundtrack back in the eighties, but at the time I had heard nothing else by them...

Ned Raggett, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

Phaedra's probably still the favourite round Sean C way: great keyboard walls without being too overwhelming or cheesy. Much of the later material is just too new agey, though there are some glimmers of hope, including Hyperborea (if'n you like the Jarre-style dancey keyboard numbers) and maybe Le Parc (bits of which are very similar to the band's soundtrack work on Risky Business). If you're looking for a good overview of the Virgin keyboard years, Dream Sequence has a pretty good selection, tho it may be pricey. The later stuff on Jive, Private and beyond can be a bit too sterile and yuppie.

Sean Carruthers, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

I love electronic meditation's total wailing freak out and various bits of the next 3 albums but the whole plodding sequenced drive is just plain boring after a while, I do still have a rather embarissing affection for 'song of the whale 1&2'..... Sadly new age gave TD a bad name and frankly Edgar Froese should have given it up years ago.

el wanko, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

you can't go wrong with the first 3 or 4 albums plus the "alpha centauri" 7" (which, like the first, is almost "rock"). honorable mention to fenriz of darkthrone's (intentional?) TD tribute band neptune towers...

your null fame, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

Out of the one's I've heard so far:

Search: Phaedra, Rubycon, Stratosfear, Alpha Centauri, Zeit, Cyclone (hey, it's different), either Ricochet or Encore (you don't need both- -they're practically the same damn album, except Encore's a double), Logos, soundtrack to Legend. Froese's solo albums Aqua and Stuntman are great as well.

Destroy: Electronic Meditation, Le Parc, Tyranny of Beauty and probably everything else they've released since 1985

Neither: Force Majeure, soundtracks to Sorceror and Flashpoint

Joe, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

Hey! You're all forgetting they did the theme tune to Streethawk.

For the unenlightened this was one of the *cough*, better, Knight Rider rip-offs.

I bought a few of the early albums in a Cope inspired binge about 5 years ago, I found them quite unremarkable really - except for the track 'Fly and Collision of Comas Sola' on 'Alpha Centauri' which I listened to a lot at the time. If I recall correctly it had this incredible drum-lead crescendo. I'll have to dig the albums out and give them another list

Chewshabadoo, Monday, 5 August 2002 00:00 (eighteen years ago) link

two weeks pass...
I think, thanks to Julian Cope, that early Tangerine Dream is a mite over-rated - like Ash Ra Tempel (also over-rated) they seemed to spend most of their time rewriting "Saucerful of Secrets" and regurgitating the more "cosmic" parts of "Ummagumma" and "More". For the record, I find "Electronic Meditation" to be rough as a badger's arse and about as listenable, while "Alpha Centauri" is especially sub-Floydian. But "Atem" is pretty good and "Zeit" is genuinely otherworldly (and miles better than Klaus Schulze) - even if they've merely started plagiarising Gyorgy Ligeti as well Floyd. "Phaedra" is good but I find "Rubycon" even better - thereafter all their albums are the same up to the early 1980's, after that you'd be better off listening to a kettle boiling. Ciao.

KCoyne, Wednesday, 21 August 2002 14:06 (eighteen years ago) link

I like some of thier movie sound tracks. Check out Miracle Mile, or Risky Business.

A Nairn, Wednesday, 21 August 2002 14:39 (eighteen years ago) link

Search: Lester Bangs' rave up

Mary (Mary), Thursday, 22 August 2002 20:54 (eighteen years ago) link

As usual, early TD is way overrated and later TD is way underrated. I personally prefer the turn-of-the 80s Tangerine Dream - my 3 favorite TD albums are Green Desert, Exit, and Tangram.

I can't say I'm not into it all, though - even the later stuff. I find it difficult to pick on TD, I don't know why "new age" (if that is indeed what they are) is such a dirty term. Sometimes I'm in the mood to listen to an album like Underwater Sunlight or Tyranny of Beauty, or Optical Race and Melrose for that matter.

patrick, Friday, 23 August 2002 09:55 (eighteen years ago) link

I adore Zeit and Phaedra.

Melissa W (Melissa W), Friday, 23 August 2002 10:03 (eighteen years ago) link

They went into a sort of uninspired loop, I think, but they did a lot of good stuff before that. I guess they just built up so much momentum they had to go on whatever happened. :)

The ones I like:

Zeit: recently heard this. Very much better than I thought it would be, not the semi-shambles of other early stuff, and also as beatifully alien as Stratosfear.

My favourites are these:
Phaedra - like some nebula with a new star in it.
Rubicon - like that star is fully formed, now getting rid of the gas and dust that came before.
Ricochet - Steady radiance. Someone said it was like Encore.. It's not. It's better by far. :)
Stratosfear - Doesn't stand too much repeated listening, but is still the strongest work, maybe. Some of those tunes seem like the kind of magic that ought to move big rocks.
Force Majeure - good, but they leave a good idea too soon instead of developing it. I like the Bach-like counterpoint stuff at the end, but not as much as the rock in the middle. Cloudburst Flight is the best. If I had to have just one single track by TD, it's that one. :)
Tangram - Intricate stuff, like origami, and small machines.
White Eagle - Mojave Plan is special to me, mainly for the arid opening and the bassline at the end that seems like a low flight along the course of a desert pipeline.
Cyclone - Which has one amazing track: Madrigal Meridian. If they'd not changed their course as a result of public displeasure with this, it might have meant TD being far more inventive now than they became. The weird baroque goings on with the lyricon and the clavichord and hurdy-gurdy sounds at the end are like some beatiful new tree that sadly got cut up. It should have been allowed to grow.
Poland - I love this. It seems to be one of the truly inspired and vivid things they've done live.
Exit - I've heard the Orbital, Back To Mine CD too. :) They chose the wrong track! Should have been 'Remote Viewing'. That is a far stronger piece.


I'd best stop there. :))
I came looking for a thread on the Great Never Mind The Bollocks Debate. :) Got a bit sidetracked. The Pistols are special too, so, back to business...

The Doctor, Wednesday, 4 September 2002 18:06 (eighteen years ago) link

three years pass...
Revive!

Jamie T Smith (Jamie T Smith), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:09 (fourteen years ago) link

They have a load of original pressings in Sister Ray for 9.99 each. Should I? I can't remember which ones, but jusdging by typography, they looked pretty early. They definitely had Phaedra. Should I jump in there?

Jamie T Smith (Jamie T Smith), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:11 (fourteen years ago) link

Pressings? You mean vinyl? There was a thread recently about a just released compilation that has all 4 of their early albums for much cheapness

TS: Alan Stivell - A l'Olympia vs. Magma - Live/Hhaï (Dada), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:28 (fourteen years ago) link

Yeah, original 70s vinyl. (Or that's what the ticket says). So I was thinking half from wanting to hear them and half from nerdy, object- fetish collectorism.

Jamie T Smith (Jamie T Smith), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:33 (fourteen years ago) link

2nd hand? I've got an original "Zeit", which I love and cherish in a nerdy, object-fetish collector type way

TS: Alan Stivell - A l'Olympia vs. Magma - Live/Hhaï (Dada), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:35 (fourteen years ago) link

Yup 2nd hand. About 8 records in all, so must have been one guy's collection.

So you'd recommend Zeit, then? Anyone care to elaborate on the descriptions above, or should I search for the other thread?

Jamie T Smith (Jamie T Smith), Friday, 23 June 2006 13:40 (fourteen years ago) link

Poland - I love this. It seems to be one of the truly inspired and vivid things they've done live.

I got an original pressing of this last year in Krakow, and it has been one of my constant companions since. Especially the track "Horizon." I like some of their other stuff, but this is what I consider their 'gem,' so to speak.

trees (treesessplode), Friday, 23 June 2006 15:28 (fourteen years ago) link

there's a cd out there called "an introduction to..." by tangerine dream that gives you a pretty good idea of all their eras.

i like the cheesy 80s shit way more than i "should"

M@tt He1geson, Rendolent Ding-Dong (Matt Helgeson), Friday, 23 June 2006 15:39 (fourteen years ago) link

every second of Stratosfear is brilliant. This is stage when TD finally hatched from their ambient phase and added more instruments like grand piano and a gong to cut more diverse, orchestrated work. There are these underlying harmonica sounds that seem like they're recorded through miles of metal tubes. The "The Big Sleep in Search of Hades" is dramatically swoon-worthy.

It was my first T. Dream album and remains my favorite. I've recently discovered that my city library has a copy of the bootleg box set! Worth checking out.

lukeeluke (soulex45), Friday, 23 June 2006 19:31 (fourteen years ago) link

I have Atem, Alpha Centauri and Zeit and love all three.

pdf (Phil Freeman), Friday, 23 June 2006 19:45 (fourteen years ago) link

I like these live boots even better than what's on the two bootleg box sets... they cover the earlier period. wilder / better, if lower fidelity than the studio records.

http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2006/02/tangerine_dream.html

milton parker (Jon L), Friday, 23 June 2006 20:14 (fourteen years ago) link

ten months pass...
I think Force Majeure might be one of the best albums ever.

Brigadier Lethbridge-Pfunkboy, Saturday, 28 April 2007 01:25 (thirteen years ago) link

one month passes...

i think "rubycon" / "stratosfear" are the best, though i'm still trying to really absorb "atem" and "force majeure"

moonship journey to baja, Wednesday, 30 May 2007 07:50 (thirteen years ago) link

Stratosfear is brilliant. as is Atem. And I like Electronic Meditation.

Herman G. Neuname, Wednesday, 30 May 2007 08:10 (thirteen years ago) link

And Ash Ra Temple are great. Not overrated.

filthy dylan, Wednesday, 30 May 2007 14:45 (thirteen years ago) link

"electronic meditation" sounds to me more like those early road cone kraftwerk albums ("vol 1 + vol 2")

moonship journey to baja, Wednesday, 30 May 2007 14:52 (thirteen years ago) link

three months pass...

Hmmmmmmmmm, I thought I knew "Statosfear" but I'd never heard it before. I don't like it, it sounds like soundtrack music - but not in a good way. They just can't write decent melodies, the melodies they do write are so banal, and the synths are edging towards cheesiness. They still did some good music after this tho.

Tom D., Tuesday, 11 September 2007 11:39 (thirteen years ago) link

I prefer mid period Tangerine Dream. Those late 70s/early 80s albums. Lost of great arpeggio synths.

Geir Hongro, Tuesday, 11 September 2007 11:41 (thirteen years ago) link

Stratosfear is great!

Herman G. Neuname, Tuesday, 11 September 2007 14:15 (thirteen years ago) link

Wallpaper prog.

Tom D., Tuesday, 11 September 2007 14:17 (thirteen years ago) link

S: Edgar Froese's first few solo records. More mellotron, less rock. More pleasure.

Naive Teen Idol, Tuesday, 11 September 2007 15:24 (thirteen years ago) link

one year passes...

I feel like an idiot for not having gotten around to this music. Which albums sound the most like TD trying to be Steve Reich as in the Risky Business soundtrack?

Shh! It's NOT Me!, Sunday, 28 December 2008 19:38 (eleven years ago) link

their soundtrack to thief makes every scene feel like it's the big final end scene

burt_stanton, Sunday, 28 December 2008 19:42 (eleven years ago) link

Which albums sound the most like TD trying to be Steve Reich as in the Risky Business soundtrack?

I don't know Hyperborea, but I haven't heard anything else from them that sounds like the Risky Business stuff.

Naive Teen Idol, Sunday, 28 December 2008 20:59 (eleven years ago) link

"Sequent C'" is one of the most beautiful pieces of music I've ever heard.

Turangalila, Sunday, 28 December 2008 21:16 (eleven years ago) link

I love everything they did in the 70s, including the one with vocals.

Nate Carson, Sunday, 28 December 2008 22:31 (eleven years ago) link

two months pass...

Just picked up Zeit, Phaedra, Rubycon and Stratosfear for $5 each at a used shop, finally. I've been waiting for a good point to jump into the TD discography, and this seemed as good a chance as any, so here I go...

ilxor, Saturday, 7 March 2009 22:58 (eleven years ago) link

cant argue with those albums. You need Force Majeure though.

I'll keep my eye out!

ilxor, Saturday, 7 March 2009 23:01 (eleven years ago) link

Pity spotify doesnt work in america, theres loads of TD on it. Sadly the 1st 5 arent but the ones you mentioned are on it, most of the other 70s stuff is on it as well as the dodgy 80s stuff.

I've become a big fan of Green Desert over the last few years. It's prime era 70s TD that wasn't released until the mid 80s. And it has DRUMS.

Nate Carson, Monday, 9 March 2009 02:02 (eleven years ago) link

"Dolphin Dance" from the Underwater Sunlight LP is a banger.

uncannydan, Monday, 9 March 2009 16:00 (eleven years ago) link

five months pass...

man "Lana" is so great

butthurt (deej), Sunday, 30 August 2009 05:11 (eleven years ago) link

Ohh! That's looks great.

Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 4 December 2019 13:57 (nine months ago) link

Really wish they weren't sullying the band's name by continuing to record and tour since Edgar's death. It's not TD without him.

van dyke parks generator (anagram), Wednesday, 4 December 2019 15:29 (nine months ago) link

^^^ Agree 100%. I mean, if Franke and Baumann came back and took over, that would be one thing, but all three current members joined in the 21st century! That's just fucked up.

shared unit of analysis (unperson), Wednesday, 4 December 2019 15:51 (nine months ago) link

I don’t totally agree - I feel like TD is an entity with an identifiable ‘thesis’ sonically, Froese wanted them to go on iirc, and let’s face it he was pretty terrible for the last idk 20 years of his life?

(And yet I do go on extended jags of listening to terrible-era TD)

valet doberman (Jon not Jon), Wednesday, 4 December 2019 22:47 (nine months ago) link

that was Daevid Allen's thing with Gong, too. IIRC the current incarnation of Gong is all people who joined in 2012 or later

fwiw TD have released like 100 albums since 1983 that appear to mostly be pretty bad so idk if I'd be worried about their legacy being "sullied". I think it's pretty widely accepted that when you talk about Tangerine Dream you're only really talking up to say, Tangram. also I'm not sure the new band is actually recording "new" new material - I thought the 2017 album was fleshed out versions of things Froese left behind and the new stuff appears to be mostly re-recordings. though with Ulrich Schnauss in the band I'd be curious to see what they'd come up with as originals

frogbs, Wednesday, 4 December 2019 23:03 (nine months ago) link

Tangram? You’re crazy. Imperial period runs up until schmoelling leaves imo

valet doberman (Jon not Jon), Wednesday, 4 December 2019 23:15 (nine months ago) link

I honestly don’t know...I think I’ve only gotten as far as Force Majuere. For some reason I decided to explore the endless catalogue of Klamath Schulze instead.

frogbs, Thursday, 5 December 2019 01:49 (nine months ago) link

that's in southern Oregon right?

the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Thursday, 5 December 2019 01:51 (nine months ago) link

I find Schulze kinda boring

valet doberman (Jon not Jon), Thursday, 5 December 2019 02:08 (nine months ago) link

Me too but it reeeeeally hits the spot sometimes

frogbs, Thursday, 5 December 2019 02:10 (nine months ago) link

OK I listened to Quantum Gate. That was the one mentioned upthread? It was... not bad? Fairly unmemorable but far from the worst album under the TD name.

the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Thursday, 5 December 2019 03:10 (nine months ago) link

The Enid are another band with only new members that got their old leader's blessing.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Friday, 6 December 2019 18:59 (nine months ago) link

Whether these new incarnations get the former leader's blessing or not is not really here or there, they're still rubbish.

van dyke parks generator (anagram), Friday, 6 December 2019 20:08 (nine months ago) link

Hard disagree there re. the Torabi-fronted Gong

doug watson, Friday, 6 December 2019 20:10 (nine months ago) link

Don’t forget Bill Black’s Combo, who continued after his widow sold the name to the band

the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Friday, 6 December 2019 20:55 (nine months ago) link

oh god 80s TD is my favorite: white eagle is my top TD album, hyperborea, poland... underwater sunlight is about where it gets too generic-sounding for me and i get bored.

also check out froese's pinnacles, kamikaze 1983 and schmoelling's wuivend riet

clouds, Sunday, 8 December 2019 05:07 (nine months ago) link

I think my favorite TD LP is Logos.
Agreed that Underwater Sunlight is the last album with anything worthwhile on it, but just barely.

the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Sunday, 8 December 2019 08:47 (nine months ago) link

Optical Race has some pretty neat tunes on it

van dyke parks generator (anagram), Sunday, 8 December 2019 11:27 (nine months ago) link

Hope they're hauling the old modular into that Barbican thingy. Did Green Desert ever get a proper release with Froese's 80s digital crap excised?

Sent me the wrong t-shirt it says let’s summon demons (Matt #2), Sunday, 8 December 2019 11:40 (nine months ago) link

I quite like the recent Gong albums. they're not as great as classic period Gong but they're really good psych albums and dont' denigrate the legacy the way, say, the last Yes album did. I haven't spent time with the latest TD stuff though.

akm, Sunday, 8 December 2019 15:55 (nine months ago) link

one month passes...

Jesus, "Coldwater Canyon" on "Encore", the guys in the band gradually work up interesting and intricate rhythmic backing only for Edgar Froese to bollocks it up with tedious boilerplate guitarwiddle for a good quarter of an hour - not so much mind ernie-ing as edgar-ing. Context is everything, and love the guy usually, but I seriously think Edgar Froese might be my least favourite guitar player of all time.

Duncan Disorderly (Tom D.), Thursday, 30 January 2020 00:01 (seven months ago) link

he has a good tone for the most part though

the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Thursday, 30 January 2020 00:54 (seven months ago) link

I hear that but love his guitar on Force Majeure.

Naive Teen Idol, Monday, 3 February 2020 05:27 (seven months ago) link

three months pass...

accidentally posted on the noise board, reposting here:

I've long heard about a version of Froese's "Marouba Bay" that was *accidentally released backwards (as in, the song plays in reverse). It was supposedly released on a compilation called Electronic Dreams. I just downloaded this version and it is exactly the same as the version on Epsilon in Malaysian Pale. Is there anywhere I can hear this infamous backward version?

(*I have no idea how something like this gets "accidentally" released without anyone noticing).

Paul Ponzi, Friday, 29 May 2020 14:09 (three months ago) link

Sounds like the story about Fripp/Eno's "No Pussyfooting" accidentally being played backwards on the John Peel Show. I suppose if you put the tape in the wrong way round? I forget how reel-to-reels work.

Is Lou Reed a Good Singer? (Tom D.), Friday, 29 May 2020 14:46 (three months ago) link

Maroubra Bay (Recorded Backwards)

visiting, Friday, 29 May 2020 14:55 (three months ago) link

IIRC there's one French edition of Zeit that's somehow mastered backwards. Probably went unnoticed for years.

Noel Emits, Friday, 29 May 2020 14:58 (three months ago) link

It's like a bad joke - "Didja hear the one about the electronic musician whose album was played backwards, and nobody noticed? Haw haw haw..."

but also fuck you (unperson), Friday, 29 May 2020 15:12 (three months ago) link

It's true, the comments are interesting here -

https://www.discogs.com/release/303081

Maresn3st, Friday, 29 May 2020 15:53 (three months ago) link

easy enough to recreate these days though. might try it over the weekend.

koogs, Friday, 29 May 2020 16:01 (three months ago) link

Did anyone else see them on the brief North American tour they took, where they specifically focused on their film scores? It was really interesting, but I
don't recall them playing cues from some of my favourites, like THREE O'CLOCK HIGH, MIRACLE MILE, and THE KEEP.

beamish13, Friday, 29 May 2020 18:19 (three months ago) link

The fact that The Keep has never gotten a proper soundtrack-- the one they issued had a bunch of lesser stuff they did long after the fact-- has frustrated me to no end. The opening titles are some of my favorite TD ever.

justice 4 CCR (Sparkle Motion), Friday, 29 May 2020 18:45 (three months ago) link

"Stealing the Silver Cross" is such a brilliant cue. The film itself has been in a bizarre legal state for years, and only very recently did it get any kind of official DVD release (in Australia).
Paramount won't even let out their 35mm prints of it-if you want to see it in celluloid, you have to get a copy from a collector or the British Film Institute, which has one with a busted
soundtrack over the first reel that plays like a really obnoxious pager buzzing.

beamish13, Friday, 29 May 2020 18:49 (three months ago) link

I have never gotten the love for Thief. I always go back to it because it's so well loved and I feel like I must be missing something, but the only one I ever remember is "Beach Theme / Scene." What am I missing?

Paul Ponzi, Friday, 29 May 2020 18:52 (three months ago) link

The Keep is staggeringly good music. There are a couple of really good expanded boots on the web, quite listenable except for a few bits. It does not seem likely there’ll ever be a legit release. I could maybe see a reconstruction though along the lines of the Edgar Rothermich recording of Blade Runner which BSX released.

I like the official album they released in the 90s but in no way does it serve as a satisfactory Keep OST.

valet doberman (Jon not Jon), Friday, 29 May 2020 23:00 (three months ago) link

What are the obstacles to a proper soundtrack release? The film itself seems to be in a limbo for home release but I saw it on television several years ago.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Friday, 29 May 2020 23:42 (three months ago) link

Probably not lucrative enough to make it worth jumping through the contractual hoops to make it happen?

some infected evening (Matt #2), Saturday, 30 May 2020 00:42 (three months ago) link

The licensing of film score reissues is really complicated and costly and if there’s one stakeholder who doesn’t want to play or who is holding out for a crazy price you’re out of luck. Also they have to find the soundtrack elements and it’s very common for those to have been thrown into a landfill somewhere.

But I imagine whatever rights limbo afflicts the movie also prevents a score release. TD are popular and it’s an eighties genre movie - it’d definitely sell

valet doberman (Jon not Jon), Saturday, 30 May 2020 01:41 (three months ago) link

All sorts of obscure soundtracks come out quite often so I'd think it would be simple enough most of the time, but a total headache often enough to be wary?

Robert Adam Gilmour, Saturday, 30 May 2020 02:13 (three months ago) link

So, I flipped Zeit around (see upthread) if any of you weirdos wanna listen to it, here's a link: https://we.tl/t-EzEd8XRzgf

Maresn3st, Saturday, 30 May 2020 16:59 (three months ago) link

I interviewed Thorsten Quaeschning and Bianca Froese-Acquaye (Froese's widow, and TD's manager) for the upcoming issue of The Wire, about what the current incarnation is doing and how they're balancing honoring and preserving the group's legacy with being a present-day project (new album next year).

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EZ_mtgMWkAEoJq3.jpg

but also fuck you (unperson), Monday, 8 June 2020 13:46 (three months ago) link

Ooh, interesting.

Captain Beeftweet (Tom D.), Monday, 8 June 2020 13:49 (three months ago) link

Nice, looking forward to that! Great illustration, too.

Le Bateau Ivre, Monday, 8 June 2020 13:53 (three months ago) link

Any mentions of a legit issue of The Keep ost? :D

gnarled and turbid sinuses (Jon not Jon), Monday, 8 June 2020 15:44 (three months ago) link

Great interview! In total agreement with your comparison of a recent track to a Kompakt 12". I rather like the fact that with Schnauss and Paul Frick's involvement the group is (re)connecting with later generations of German electronica. (Tbh the current lineup is making far better music than at least several previous incarnations of the band.)

bamboohouses, Tuesday, 9 June 2020 08:39 (three months ago) link

I'll reserve judgement until I've read the article, but for now I'm standing by my conviction that TD without Edgar Froese is not TD. TD is not a franchise. It was Edgar's project, his life's work. Quaeschning can do whatever project he likes but he has no moral right to call it TD, whatever Froese's widow may say.

the grateful dead can dance (anagram), Tuesday, 9 June 2020 09:41 (three months ago) link

two months pass...

ok, anyone here got this ?

https://www.discogs.com/Tangerine-Dream-Rubycon-Revisited/release/534105

recently got a recent podcast in mp3 form and it featured a section of this boot ..

would love to hear the full thing.

mark e, Wednesday, 26 August 2020 21:59 (three weeks ago) link

two weeks pass...

New box set coming 10/30: Pilots of Purple Twilight - The Virgin Recordings 1980-1983. Big headline: includes the music from The Keep!

TRACKLIST:

CD 1: Tangram
01 “Tangram Set 1″
02 “Tangram Set 2″

CD 2: Thief
01 “Beach Theme”
02 “Dr. Drestructo”
03 “Diamond Diary”
04 “Burning Bar”
05 “Beach Scene”
06 “Scrap Yard”
07 “Trap Feeling”
08 “Igneous”
Bonus track:
09 “Dr. Destructo (extended version)” (promo only)

CD 3: Exit
01 “Kiew Mission”
02 “Pilots Of Purple Twilight”
03 “Choronzon”
04 “Exit”
05 “Network 23″
06 “Remote Viewing”

CD 4: White Eagle
01 “Mojave Plan”
02 “Midnight In Tula”
03 “Convention Of The 24″
04 “White Eagle”
Bonus tracks:
05 “Das Mädchen auf der Treppe”
06 “Flock”
07 “Katja”
08 “Speed”
Taken from the 12-inch EP Das Mädchen auf der Treppe, released in Germany as Virgin 600 651 in May 1982. Previously unreleased on CD.
09 “Daydream”
10 Moorland”
A & B-sides of single – Released in Germany as Virgin 105 271 in May 1983.

CD 5: The Soldier soundtrack
Recorded in 1981 / 1982 at Polygon Studio and Amber Studio in West Berlin.
Final mixing at Amber Studio, West-Berlin in June 1982
01 “Main titles”
02 “Cue #1 – variation on Logos #1″
03 “Cue #2 – variation on Horizon #1″
04 “Cue #3 – The Soldier #1″
05 “Cue #4 – variation on Dolphin Dance”
06 “Cue #5 – variation on Tangent #1″
07 “Cue #6 – The Soldier #2″
08 “Cue #7 – The Soldier #3″
09 “Cue #8 – The Soldier #4″
10 “Cue #9 – The Soldier #5″
11 “Cue #10 – variation on Horizon #2″
12 “Cue #11 – The Soldier #6″
13 “Cue #12 – The Soldier #7″
14 “Cue #13 – variation on Logos #2″
15 “Cue #14 – The Soldier #8″
16 “Cue #15 – variation on Horizon #3″
17 “End Titles”

CD 6: The Dominion Theatre Concert
6th November 1982
Previously unreleased
01 “The Dominion Concert Part One”

CD 7: The Dominion Theatre Concert
6th November 1982
Previously unreleased
01 “The Dominion Concert Part Two”
02 “Midnight In Tula”
03 “White Eagle”
04 “Dominion”

CD 8: Logos Live
01 “Logos (Part 1)”
02 “Logos (Part 2)”
03 “Dominion”

CD 9: Hyperborea
01 “No Man’s Land”
02 “Hyperborea”
03 “Cinnamon Road”
04 “Sphinx Lightning”
Bonus tracks:
05 “The Dream Is Always The Same”
06 “No Future (Get Off The Babysitter)”
07 “Guido The Killer Pimp”
08 “Lana”
09 “Love On A Real Train (Risky Business)”
Taken from the soundtrack album Risky Business

CD 10: The Keep
Soundtrack to the 1983 film directed by Michael Mann
Previously unreleased
01 “Puer Natus Est Nobis” (Gloria) (Thomas Tallis, arr. Edgar Froese)
02 “Arx Allemand” (Edgar Froese)
03 “Truth And Fiction” (Edgar Froese)
04 “The Silver Seal” (Edgar Froese / Johannes Schmoelling)
05 “Ancient Powerplant” (Edgar Froese)
06 “Supernatural Accomplice” (Edgar Froese)
07 “The Challenger’s Arrival” (Edgar Froese)
08 “Heritage Survival” (Edgar Froese / Christoph Franke / Johannes Schmoelling)
09 “Parallel Words” (Edgar Froese / Johannes Schmoelling)
10 “Canzone” (Edgar Froese / Johannes Schmoelling)
11 “Voices From A Common Land” (Edgar Froese / Christoph Franke / Johannes Schmoelling)
12 “Wardays Sunrise” (Edgar Froese)
13 “The Night In Romania” (Edgar Froese)

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