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Booster

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Disc 1 of 2
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One Night In Space
6:56
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Hyper Sphinx
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Metaphor Part One
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Metaphor Part Two
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The Greek Mirror
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Lady Monk
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I Could Hear It When The Moon Collapsed On Broadway
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Logos
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Disc 2 of 2
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Tangram Chin Part
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Sleeping Watches Snoring In Silence
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Tangines On And Running
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All Thirsty Angels Pass
7:22
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World Away From Gagaland
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Big Sur And The Oranges From Hieronymus Bosch
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Ça Va - Ça Marche - Ça Iran Encore
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Bells Of Accra
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 112:23

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T G Booster

Grayy

FANTASTIC let's get the other \"BOOSTERS\" on board

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Another great offering from TD

Folkstone57

I have been a fan from the day I figured out who the hell TD was. I had watched "Legend" & just lover the soundtrack. I recognized Jon Anderson's voice but knew it wasn't YES behind the music. Once I was in I was hooked & TD has been a huge influence on my own music & I really don't go anywhere without TD's music. Almost all of these tracks will be familiar to fan's but this will also serve as a wonderful first if you aren't aware of the tremendous output of this group.

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Excellent!

DavidB

Great double CD set.

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One of the best

thatway57

Apparently a surprise hit for Tangerine Dream. A very solid outing with lots of well recorded tracks. Very consistent over both discs. Highly recommended.

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Great! TD that isn't from the 70's...

dikawl

BUT not that the 70's stuff was bad but this is a prime example of why TD should be represented in ALL periods here at Emusic. Here are remakes of older tracks and a couple of new ones as well as a few that have not been released before. Well worth the credits. And definitely about time. Please me want MORE TD!!!

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Silly titles, great new tunes

cydel29

This is a compilation of songs recorded mostly in 2007, from a series of well received EPs to commemorate live concerts. Since Jerome Froese's departure in 2006, studio work has been largely a solo effort by Edgar Froese, with occasional contributions from Thorsten Quaeschning. The music doesn't suffer as a result. The EP format seems to have given an opportunity to experiment with new ideas, sounds and rhythms, and to review the past. Included are a number of reworked versions of older songs, the best being Hyper Sphinx (Sphinx lightning), Lady Monk (Zen Garden), and a remix of Tangram. Elsewhere are instrumental versions of tunes from "Madcap's Flaming Duty" (Tangines.., Big sur..), a track from the "Blue Dawn" album with Ralf Wadepfuhl (World Away..), and a new song (All Thirsty Angels Pass). All in all, I can't recommend this collection enough. From the upbeat opener to the mellow but uplifting finale, this is an enjoyable ride. A great introduction to what TD is now doing.

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They Say All Music Guide

Fans of mid-’70s era Tangerine Dream will more than likely be excited by this double-disc offering of new material issued by Cleopatra. Essentially, Edgar Froese, the only original member of the group, went back into the storage closet and hauled out a few tons of vintage gear: sequencers, analog synths, primitive drum machines, and assorted keyboards to revisit the sound of past albums like Stratosfear, Phaedra, and Rubycon. That said, there are, of course, vestiges of the band’s current sound as well — the one that has appeared on innumerable new age and soundtrack recordings and scored them some Grammy nominations. While by no means suggesting that Booster is on the same artistic par as the classic recordings, its sense of drama and tension and its spacious time-sequenced modalities make for the most engaging listen to TD in years. – Thom Jurek

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