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Tangerine Dream - The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 1 [7CD] (2003)

Tangerine Dream - The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 1 [7CD] (2003)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 2,12 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 836 MB | Covers - 20 MB
Genre: Electronic, Berlin School | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Castle Music (CMXBX770)

The most surprising release of 2003 for every Tangerine Dream fan was most probably The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 1. Sanctuary Music, well known for their numerous re-releases of TD material of the Pink and the Blue Years era, had been very successful with a series of bootleg boxes by ELP and approached Tangerine Dream for the same type of thing. Since they wanted old material and were pressing to get these boxes into the pipeline as swiftly as possible, TD could not go into the process of scanning their own archives and restoring old tapes. So they chose to use readily available bootleg sources for the first two planned sets…
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 8 of 8 (2007 to 2008)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 8 of 8 (2007 to 2008)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.44 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 7 of 8 (2003 to 2007)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 7 of 8 (2003 to 2007)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 2.0 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 6 of 8 (1997 to 2003)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 6 of 8 (1997 to 2003)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.64 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 5 of 8 (1992 to 1997)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 5 of 8 (1992 to 1997)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.75 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 4 of 8 (1989 to 1992)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 4 of 8 (1989 to 1992)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.35 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 3 of 8 (1984 to 1989)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 3 of 8 (1984 to 1989)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.15 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 2 of 8 (1980 to 1984)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 2 of 8 (1980 to 1984)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-320kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.5 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 1 of 8 (1969 to 1980)

Anthology - The Tangerine Dream Collection Part 1 of 8 (1969 to 1980)
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps-256kbps | Artwork included
119 albums and growing | studio/soundtrack/concert | 1.1 GB

Without doubt, the recordings of Tangerine Dream have made the greatest impact on the widest variety of instrumental music during the 1980s and '90s, ranging from the most atmospheric new age and space music to the harshest abrasions of electronic dance. Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the group has progressed through a full three dozen lineups (Froese being the only continuous member with staying power) and four distinct stages of development: the experimentalist minimalism of the late '60s and early '70s; stark sequencer trance during the mid- to late '70s, the group's most influential period; an organic form of instrumental music on their frequent film and studio work during the 1980s; and, finally, a more propulsive dance style, which showed Tangerine Dream with a sound quite similar to their electronic inheritors in the field of dance music.
Tangerine Dream - Tangerine Tree [complete] Part 8 of 8: vol. 85 - vol. 92 of 92

Tangerine Dream - Tangerine Tree [complete] Part 8 of 8: vol. 85 - vol. 92 of 92
Electronica / Krautrock | MP3@192kbps or better | Artwork included
properly tagged | selected concerts from 1969 to 2005 | 1.0 GB

Tangerine Tree was a project from 2002 through 2006 that was dedicated to the collection, preservation and distribution of unreleased concerts and other audio material by the band Tangerine Dream. The creators of the Tangerine Tree project received permission from Tangerine Dream to release the collection on a strict non-profit basis. Several of the Tangerine Tree volumes have been used as the basis for official Tangerine Dream releases. The project collected just under 300 hours of material (291:39:26).