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Tangerine Dream


- Compilation/Soundtrack, released 1990 -


CD bootleg release 1990

CD bootleg release 1990

CD bootleg release 1990

CD bootleg release 1990

CD bootleg release 1990

CD bootleg release 1992


1.The Park Is Mine: End Theme [Excerpt]3:00
2. The Keep: Mid Theme1:53
3. The Keep: End Theme2:36
4. Red Night: End Theme Parts One & Two2:49
5.Brother Or Stranger 4:47
6. The Soldier: Opening Theme1:50
7.A Time For Heroes 5:59
8.Das Mädchen auf der Treppe [1982 remix]3:50
9.Daydream 4:31
10.Moorland 4:00
11. Death Bite / Spasms: Serpents Theme2:23
12.Ultima Thule, Part One 3:12
13.Dolphin Smile 5:01
14.Flock [Played at 33 rpm instead of 45 rpm]3:11
15. Risky Business: Untitled3:00
16.Haunted Heights 5:54
17.Chimes And Chains 3:24
18.Baryll Blue 7:07
19. Untitled Idol [Performed by unknown artist]0:19
Total running time68:46


Recording date1971 - 1986
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jon Lyons
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Susanne Pawlitzki


70/90 was the first Tangerine Dream bootleg ever released on CD. The title was obviously inspired by the official boxed release '70-'80 (1980).


Besides previously unreleased soundtrack music the CD compiled several studio tracks that had been released on rare singles or compilations only and were not available on CD at the time of the bootleg release. The original tracks had been featured on Ultima Thule (1971), '70-'80 (1980), Das Mädchen auf der Treppe (1982), Daydream/Moorland (1983), Risky Business - The Audio Movie Kit (1983), Dolphin Dance (1986) and A Time For Heroes (1987).


The soundtrack music was obviously taken direct from the movies and includes short themes from The Soldier (1982), Spasms (1983), The Keep (1983, the soundtrack was released in 1997, but without the music featured on this bootleg), The Park Is Mine (1985; the soundtrack was released in 1991), City Of Shadows (1986) and Red Night (1987).


The 1990 release came with 20 different cover artworks. From each 20 copies have been produced, making a total of 400. The colour covers were inserted in a thick cardboard passepartout and glued in the standard jewel case. The artwork gave this bootleg release a very japanese appearance, helping to keep the price up in the sky. The alleged company name printed on the back insert and on the disc body was called 'Digital Matrix', the order number was DM-1108. The CD itself did not mention Tangerine Dream but only the title 70/90. It also had the printing 'Promotional Copy / Not For Sale'.


In 1992 the CD was re-released with a totally different package: the jewel case was replaced by a tri-fold cardboard box; the alleged record company was 'Burping Cow Productions', a order number was not mentioned. The CD itself was absolutely identical to the previous release.


1990: 'Digital Matrix'
Bootleg-CD: DM-1108; jewel case with glued in cover artwork; outside wrapper stating in Japanese 'Tangerine Dream'; 20 copies with 20 different covers, numbered 1 to 400
1992: 'Burping Cow Productions'
Bootleg-CD: -; tri-fold cardboard box
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