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|1.||"Sensing Elements" (13:30)|
|2.||"Roll The Seven Twice" (6:10)|
|1.||"Identity Proven Matrix" (5:12)|
|2.||"Tear Down The Grey Skies" (5:55)|
|3.||"Proton Bonfire" (8:05)|
|1.||"It Is Time To Leave When Everyone Is Dancing" (6:32)|
|2.||"Non-Locality Destination" (9:46)|
|1.||"Genesis Of Precious Thoughts" (9:05)|
|2.||"Granular Blankets" (4:53)|
Tangerine Dream's new studio album coincides with the 50th anniversary of the band. In 2014, Original member Edgar Froese with newcomers Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane began to work on what was planned to be the first album of Tangerine Dream's Quantum Years. This would be a new phase and promised an updated, contemporary take on the band's trademark sound of the '70s and '80s. From sequencer driven electronica to ambient soundscapes and energetic/upbeat moments. Quantum physics and philosophy had inspired Froese to attempt a translation of these concepts into music, however he passed away in early 2015. Froese requested that his wife - Bianca (visual artist and TD's manager for the last 15 years) would ensure his vision for the project be realized. Throughout the last two years, Quaeschning, Schnauss and Yamane worked hard on achieving a result that would match Edgar's expectations - as well as the ones of TD's loyal fan base. It's worth noting that the compositions appearing on the album are not only based on theoretical concepts and ideas Edgar had outlined, but also on a large number of actual musical sketches that he luckily had already prepared during the initial phase of the band's reformation process.
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