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Tangerine Dream - An Electronic Journey (10cd) [Box set] £10.29 + Free UK Delivery @ Base.com
Tangerine Dream - An Electronic Journey (10cd) [Box set]  £10.29 + Free UK Delivery @  Base.com

Tangerine Dream - An Electronic Journey (10cd) [Box set] £10.29 + Free UK Delivery @ Base.com

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Cheapest I Could Find works out just over a £1 a Disc .This 10 CD set contains these albums:
Seven Letters From Tibet
Starbound Collection
Silver Siren Collection
Ocean Waves Collection
Transsiberia
Cyberjam Collection
The Dante Song Collection From The Divine Comedy
Canyon Cazuma
Tangines Scales
The Independent Years.
In theory this is a 10 CD collection of collections!
Buying the titles individually would cost you over £100 so grab this box while you can.

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how much for just the streethawk one ? the rest are pants.

Gonna give it punt for a tenor...sic.

wow excellent price, watched these in concert years ago, not listened to them for ages, might give it a go - thanks

Didn't they do the music for "Risky Business", Rebecca de Mornay , sizzle me nizzle!

http://www.mamapop.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/rebecca-de-mornay-risky-business1.jpg

They did the Near Dark soundtrack (Vampire film)

Excellent Price.

Saw them live at Royal Albert Hall , April 2010
bloody marvellous

10 cds for about a tenner. Can't go wrong. Bought.

marvel1975

how much for just the streethawk one ? the rest are pants.


Street hawk is Central Park, on the Le Parc album.
[Tangerine Dream – Le Parc (L.A. - Streethawk)] so isn't included in this set.
Might buy it on Amazon, as while it's more expensive [12 quid] I've still got Crimbo vouchers :-D
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THE best electronic band ever. White Eagle (not featured in this offer) is arguably their finest piece of work. Heat. Good find.

Thanks, haven't listened to them in years, but at this price, I think it's be worth re-discovering their music.

Be warned that this is a compliation of TD's later, less-critically acclaimed works. Most TD fans generally agree they produced their best works in the 1970s and that the more recent stuff is a bit too disposable and bland.

There's a "How to buy" Tangering Dream feature in the current edition of Mojo, which gives good advice on the best way to intriduce yourself to their vast back catalogue.
mojo4music.com/blo…tml
Edited by: "UncleWilly" 7th Mar 2011

thanks , ordered, been a fan since the early 70's
must admit I prefer the 80's onwards ... exit , white eagle , goblins club. ..
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