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Mars Polaris

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Page Artiste Tangerine Dream

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (1 janvier 1986)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Voiceprint
  • ASIN : B00000JKE0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Comet's Figure Head
  2. Rim Of Schiaparelli
  3. Pilots Of The Ether Belt
  4. Deep Space Cruiser
  5. Outland (The Colony)
  6. Spiral Star Date (Level P)
  7. Mars Mission Counter
  8. Astrophobia
  9. Tharsis Maneuver
  10. Dies Martis (TransMercury)

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Format: CD
Les Seventies leurs avaient apportés leurs lots de voyages psyché-spatial, ainsi que le succès dans leur période Virgin avec des albums comme "Rubycon, Ricochet, Stratosfear" et là c'est presque un retour au source, indépendemment du fait que les anciens membres comme peter Baumann, johannes Schmoelling ou même Christoph franke ne sont plus de la partie, remplacé par son fils Jerome - Edgar Froese fabrique ici de bien belles oeuvres dedié a Mars, l'inspiration est bonne même si quelques chose manque de la folie d'antan, et que le sons soit de plus en plus confié a des ordinateur et des logiciel au lieu des bonnes vieilles machines vintage, ou peu être seulement un panaché des deux mondes.
Cela laisse place malheureusement a moins de surprises et plus de prévisible, pourtant après avoir écouté tous l'album je ne peu m'empêcher de penser que nous avons ici affaire a l'un des meilleures album de la décennies produit par TD, comparé au autres sorties des 90' a part peut être "Goblin's Club" ou "Oasis". Tous les titres ne sont peut-être pas au même niveau, mais je trouve cela quand même bien bon pour du Tangerine Dream actuel. Un Tangerine Dream donc a découvrir.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another very good album 30 mars 2013
Par Bugchaser56 - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this with anticipation, as I am a very avid fan of Tangerine Dream music, which I play a lot of when I am working in the VA lab. However, at the time I bought this, I also bought Atem and The Sunrise in the Third System, to which I was disappointed about. I do like space music, I use to listed to Hearts of Space and all, but the two mentioned albums had very little musical text as far as I could see. A lot of noise, but not much substance. So when I popped this one into my car's cd player I was ready for another possible disappointment. I was very pleasantly proven to be wrong. This album was the Tangerine Dream that I knew and loved. It still has some noises in it, but they are the typical noises that TD inserts in some of their other albums, and they sound great and so does this one. I have boughten a very few TD albums that were disappointing, but this was absolutely not one of them. It is definitely one of those on top of the heap.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! 2 novembre 2003
Par Fishin & Grinnin - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Back in April 2003, I wrote that "Quinoa" was my favorite TD disc, that is, until I purchased "Mars Polaris". Incidentally, this one takes its rightful place amongst my top 5 favorites, in the company of "Oasis", "Architecture in Motion", "Quinoa", and "The Great Wall of China". Of course, "Mota Atma", "Hyperborea", and "Canyon Dreams" also deserve honorable mention. Conceptually, this disc completely encompasses all that they set out to do, i.e., capture the various moods one might associate with being part of the NASA Mars Polaris mission, from start to finish. At 11 years old, I stayed up all night and watched Neil Armstrong's first moonwalk, and have keenly followed the NASA space program all along.
It's hard to do a track review of standouts, because I like every one of them. Perhaps "Mars Mission Counter" is a bit less enjoyable, but the repetition is supposed to represent a mission COUNTER after all. The two openers, "Comet's Figure Head", and the "Rim of Schiaparelli" are incredibly good compositions, that draw you into the mood and intent of the CD with emotion, intensity, depth, and polish. On TD's website, they have a poll going to determine the best way to listen to TD. I prefer a powerful home stereo system to headphones, simply because headphones can't reproduce that subsonic stuff that literally moves the room. As on "Oasis" and "Architecture", there's lots of low-level stuff here that enhances the feel of the music, and has to be felt as well as heard.
Tracks 3 through 6 are all equally good, embodying their respective themes with imagination and skill. TD puts together multiple but simple layers better than anyone I can think of (excepting Camille Saint-Saens 5th symphony, 4th movement). This allows one to go back again and again, and always hear something subtle yet fresh which is integral to the composition.
Then we have "Astrophobia". I had this on in my office the other day, and the lady across the hall said it sounded like a soundtrack for a panic attack! Great review!!! The opening minute or two draw you into the phobic sensation David Bowie described in "Space Oddity" (here am I, sitting in a tin can). There seems to be some sense of duty and confidence building throughout the piece, but as it closes, the gripping inner fear is still there in its immobilizing influence.
"Tharsis Maneuver" has a majestic/mechanical feel similar to the use of "The Blue Danube" score used in "2001: A Space Odyssey", when the shuttle was docking with the earth orbiting space station. It's not as elegant, but just as effective. At places, you can count 12 or 14 melodies and soundscapes going on simultaneously - this is very good composition!
"Dies Martis" recalls some of the tones from TD's "Inferno", again with the layered washes of piano and synthesizer moving slowly around each other. I particularly enjoy the mood changes as they continually switch from major to minor keys with almost imperceptible seamlessness. This track embraces you - really - and draws a majestic finale to a 71 minutes of music which is STILL too short, because it's just too good to come to an end.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 All in all not bad... 27 novembre 2000
Par CMOS - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Tangerine Dream has done a masterful job of creating a specific mood that lends itself to the topic of space exploration. But as good as some of the tracks on this CD are (tracks 1, 9 and 10 are excellent), the overall collection can become a little monotonous at times.
If you're a TG fan, this one may take some time to grow on you, but it's definitely worth a listen.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Basic TD at best......................... 8 juillet 2013
Par RABMan - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have about 20 or so TD CD's in my collection. I would rate this in the middle at best.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Futuristic, Contemporary & Alive, Not to be Missed! 17 avril 2001
Par Matthew McGinley (real name™) - Publié sur
Format: CD
"Mars Polaris" is a journey into space itself, and it definitely shows the progression of Tangerine Dream, the electronic master artists that were doing it before anybody really new what their classification of music really is. It is fresh, invigorating and upbeat, perfect for getting the juices going at the beginning of the day. The photo of the planet Mars on the cover with the gold embossed lettering of "Mars Polaris" and "Tangerine Dream" is almost worth the price alone, showing surface detail that astronomers still admire. The list above is missing track one called, "Comet's Figure Head" as shown on the 1998 TDi release. At first I thought I was listen to the Patrick O'hearn album, "Ancient Dreams (1986)." It starts out slow, building momentum on a solid bass-drum rhythm, picking up tempo with a catchy beat, until it docks with track 2, "Rim of Schiaparelli" and thrusts forward into high gear.
From there, track 3, "Pilots of the Ether Belt" moves on course, and sounds highly reminiscent of the 1970's Tangerine Dream (Phaedra, Rubycon), but with the permeated, solid rock beats and the keyboard magic of Edgar Froese and his son, Jerome. The sequencer software was accomplished with help from Steinberg Cubase VST/Audio. Do not judge this album instantly; give it time. Do not expect the same thing from track to track, as the syncopated rhythms and gleams of chords will work on your attitude to improve your mood. An excellent, unmatched album, full of life, especially track 6, "Spiral Star Date (Level P_)". Intro tracks 7 and 8, "Mars Mission Counter" and "Astrophobia" the tempo takes a retro burn, slowing down, with pleasantly creepy waves of synthesis and pangs, a flashback again to the older TD days such as "Zeit." What a musical accomplishment this is! Track 10, "Dies Martis (TransMercury)" gently touches down, laying off the drums and bringing the glorious sounds of synthesized clarinet and strings to the foreground, preparing to separate you to the world again. If you're like me and want to feel that you're actually in the 21st century, then get this album today, and listen to it from beginning to end, then hit the REPEAT button (if you have the time). Ensure you get the album with all 10 tracks on it. Not to be missed! Top recommendation.
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