Tangerine Dream - Phaedra
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1974 Ratings: #6 / 97
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Based on 123 ratings
1974 Ratings: #5
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January 20, 1974 / Release Date
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Virgin / Label
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daFigz
93
Too many public libraries houses this disc under the New Age category. Way too many. So, to those of you cataloging librarians... KITFON! [Smiling]... This TD album is superb. It is an exquisite example of the analog sequence that became known as 'Berling School.' @holsgr assigned the score at 95 should serve as a testament to those of you new to EM that truly want to embark on the sonic journey this genre of modern music does provide. Beyond highly recommended. And, in case you happen upon me ... read more
holsgr
100
☆☆☆☆☆ — masterpiece
amygoodall
89
good
JayCrackers
88
Easily, a big highlight out of Berlin School subgenre and easily one of Tangerine Dream best albums out of their impressively long catalog , offering a nice psychedelic trip into ethereal space where you floating unseemly through hypnotize by the beautiful craftsmanship of this record

Track Review

Phaedra 9.5/10
Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares 8.5/10.
Movements of a Visionary 8.5/10.
Sequent C 8.5/10.

Average: 8.8/10
BonoLightier
87
I had to stop listening to Phaedra on Spotify because it made too crazyyyyyyyy. It would be like, "this is a 17 minute-long ultra cosmic, post-apocalyptic fucking song that oscillates the boundaries between progressive electronics and abstract space ambient". And I was just like AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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Track List

  1. Phaedra
  2. Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares
  3. Movements of a Visionary
  4. Sequent C
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