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Melrose

a Studio release
by
Tangerine Dream

Release Year: 1990

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Private Music/BMG 2078-2-P
The last recording with Paul Haslinger and the last album for Private Music. On Melrose, Jerome Froese is introduced as a permanent member of the band.
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 1/25/2002 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 2/19/2010 3:00:00 AM by: Rob
  1. Melrose (5:44)
  2. Three Bikes in the Sky (5:58)
  3. Dolls in the Shadow (5:10)
  4. Yucatan (5:16)
  5. Electric Lion (8:13)
  6. Rolling Down Cahuenga (6:43)
  7. Art of Vision (5:30)
  8. Desert Train (10:17)
  9. Cool at Heart (6:09)
Edgar Froese
Keyboards
Jerome Froese
Keyboards
Paul Haslinger
Keyboards

Reviewed by Eric on 09 Mar 2004


Honestly- this is not Tangerine Dream? Is it? By this time, Private Music as a label had little relavance in my opinion. What was left of the serious side of ‘new age’ was disappearring and radio shows like Musical Starstreams and even Hearts of Space were yesterday’s news. Melrose is a dreadful album and listening to it today only confirms in my mind that Tangerine Dream had left any sense of experimentation in favor of selling CD’s, which I am not opposed to, but Tangerine Dream were so much better than this. Very dissapointing.

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