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Dream Sequence

Tangerine Dream 1985
Dream Sequence is an electronic wandering through this German band's most familiar instrumental endeavors. The two discs are made up of tracks stemming from such monumental albums as 1974's Phaedra and 1976's Stratosfear, merging right into some of their finest material from the early '80s. Fans of full-length Tangerine Dream tracks should take note that three of their most popular offerings are only excerpts, including "Rubycon Part One." The rest of the album is comprised of delightful synthesized washes that represent Tangerine Dream's mind-numbing electronic voyages, like the spaciousness of "Cloudburst Flight" or the finite complexity of "Logos Part One." Not all of their music basks in the coldness of keyboard machination though. The glistening beauty of "Beach Scene" fuses the genius of Franke, Froese, and Schmoelling and conveys marvelous imagery of both the sea and sand. Even the 19-plus minutes of "Tangram Part One" doesn't roam aimlessly, but instead is highlighted by sparkling pitch changes and numerous rhythms. If not looked upon as an essential collection, Dream Sequence can be regarded as an entertaining two-hour trip through some gorgeous electronic music. ~ Mike DeGagne
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  1. # Song Length
  2. 1 The Dream Is Always the Same PT3M37S
  3. 2 Phaedra PT1M22S
  4. 3 Rubycon, Pt. 1 PT3M44S
  5. 4 Stratosfear PT8M36S
  6. 5 Choronzon PT4M5S
  7. 6 Cherokee Lane PT8M6S
  8. 7 Cinnamon Road PT3M53S
  9. 8 Kiew Mission PT9M7S
  10. 9 Ricochet, Pt. 2 PT21M3S
  11. 1 Cloudburst Flight PT7M19S
  12. 2 Force Majeure PT6M15S
  13. 3 Tangram, Pt. One PT19M47S
  14. 4 Beach Scene PT6M39S
  15. 5 Logos, Pt. 1 PT5M8S
  16. 6 Logos, Pt. 1 PT5M30S
  17. 7 Logos, Pt. 2 PT2M48S
  18. 8 Dominion PT5M33S
  19. 9 White Eagle PT4M29S
  20. 10 Love on a Real Train (Risky Business) PT3M51S

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