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The 7 - Music - Tangerine Dream... what CD to start with?
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#1 Posted on 9.6.03 1438.44
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So, I found this great music store the other day. Great because it has all kinds of music that I like! It's not often that I find every Infected Mushroom CD released in a store... let alone one.

Anyway, my DAD was big on Tangerine Dream when he was younger... and after listening to a few tracks, I want to start getting some of their albums...

But alas, I discovered they have over 50 CD releases. So I have no clue what to start with.

What's one of their CD's that best represents what they're all about, along with being a great CD?

Right now, I have one... Rockoon which I borrowed from my DAD as it's his only CD (he has lots of record... but I'm kind of lacking a record player). And, well, that's quite a different sound from what I've heard otherwise...

... Any thoughts?

(Edit) Sure thing, Zed. I'll take a look at that site. Thanks!

(edited by Ender on 10.6.03 0212)
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#2 Posted on 9.6.03 2035.22
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What sound are you looking for? More Moogy, or more ambient, or....?

If you can't ask your dad (who'd probably know best here), then I'd probably direct you to AMG (
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