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Posted: 7/28/2017 11:00:17 PM EDT
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That's weird a girl from highschool I had a thing with just requested to be friends with me on instagram after making a new one and that's her username......
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Stranger Things soundtrack inspired by John Carpenter and
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They did the sound track for "Sorcerer".  They never saw any of the film footage, did the music from just reading the script.  If you get a chance to watch the movie the sound tracks fits perfectly.  Amazing group of musicians.
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One of my favorite groups. I have 6 of their CD's, I think.
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Michael Mann was really pioneering when he was making use of Tangerine in the early 80's. "Thief" and "The Keep" both had great, pioneering sound tracks for movies.

Mann just has fine musical taste.
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OP is good people.

Christopher Franke went on to do the music for Babylon 5.
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OP is good people.

Christopher Franke went on to do the music for Babylon 5.
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Watched B-5 back when it aired in 1990s and bought the DVDs
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If you like them you'll like Stellardrone
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Michael Mann was really pioneering when he was making use of Tangerine in the early 80's. "Thief" and "The Keep" both had great, pioneering sound tracks for movies.

Mann just has fine musical taste.
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He never forgot http://www.billboard.com/articles/6450952/michael-mann-edgar-froese-tangerine-dream
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Michael Mann was really pioneering when he was making use of Tangerine in the early 80's. "Thief" and "The Keep" both had great, pioneering sound tracks for movies.

Mann just has fine musical taste.
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Agree.
Watched The Keep again earlier this week. It has aged well.
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My favorite Tangerine Dream stuff is by far the soundtrack for Legend.

Added alot to the movie. IMHO it absolutely made the movie.

Its interesting watching the extended release of that movie, with the different score. Even though the scenes make more sense and its better fleshed out; it's score just kills it. Makes it feel like a totaly different movie. It completely loses all of it's magic.

I wish someone would rescore the extended/directors cut with the Tangerine Dream soundtrack.
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Here's what I'm talking about:

Shit tier version, where music doesnt fit the scene worth a shit
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Master Race Tangerine Dream Version
Legend - The Dance - Tangerine Dream - Original American Theatrical Cut




It's not even close.
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Agree.
Watched The Keep again earlier this week. It has aged well.
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Michael Mann was really pioneering when he was making use of Tangerine in the early 80's. "Thief" and "The Keep" both had great, pioneering sound tracks for movies.

Mann just has fine musical taste.
Agree.
Watched The Keep again earlier this week. It has aged well.
The music during the opening when the Germans are riding into the town and arriving at the keep is awesome as is the music when the two German soldiers break the seal to the keep.  

There a great example of how someone not only scores a movie, but adds atmosphere and mood to the visuals.

I watched so many movies in the early to mid 80's they did the music for.  They did a lot of lower budget films like "Wavelength" too.  I still watch movies they did the soundtracks to, just because of the soundtracks.
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Dammit....not loading this right...

Anyway....they also did the soundtrack for Ken Wahl's The Soldier
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Zeit
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The music during the opening when the Germans are riding into the town and arriving at the keep is awesome as is the music when the two German soldiers break the seal to the keep.  

There a great example of how someone not only scores a movie, but adds atmosphere and mood to the visuals.
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I have both of those tracks on my mp3 player. I always liked Exit as an album.
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I have both of those tracks on my mp3 player. I always liked Exit as an album.
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The music during the opening when the Germans are riding into the town and arriving at the keep is awesome as is the music when the two German soldiers break the seal to the keep.  

There a great example of how someone not only scores a movie, but adds atmosphere and mood to the visuals.
I have both of those tracks on my mp3 player. I always liked Exit as an album.
I listen to those scenes on you tube with headphones on quite frequently.  
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The book "The Keep" is based on is pretty good.  I recommend it for reading.
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Here's what I'm talking about:

Shit tier version, where music doesnt fit the scene worth a shit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAIf0Sy-3rs

Master Race Tangerine Dream Version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYzMlFzjylE



It's not even close.
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Battery died so 2 tries after I finally got to compare and holy crap I didn't know about the Disneyland version. There's nothing dark in that one at all. The original always haunted my memories and stuck with me
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Agree.
Watched The Keep again earlier this week. It has aged well.
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I really wish someone could find the whole movie before it got cut up for theatrical release.  So much feels missing from that film.  Great atmosphere and some good acting, but falls flat from the excessive editing.  Scott Glenn could have done a better job too.



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One of my favorite soundtracks.

Have to give them credit, especially the movies they worked on, they made instantly recognizable music and a unique atmosphere.

Particularily fond of the "No Future (Get Off The Babysitter) track.

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I actually saw them in concert in Denver sometime in the late 80's early 90's.   I have been a fan for awhile.
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I love Exit.  Some of it is used in Risky Business.  Thief is an awesome movie.
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I always liked Atlas Eyes.

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It's has been reported that this album combined with LSD can create an almost intergalactic kaleidoscope experience that is most memorable.

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Here's what I'm talking about:

Shit tier version, where music doesnt fit the scene worth a shit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAIf0Sy-3rs

Master Race Tangerine Dream Version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYzMlFzjylE



It's not even close.
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I just watched the entire new version and you're 100% right
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I had Rubycon and Phaedra on vinyl back in the day. Ex wife got all my albums in the divorce. I'm guessing I had 500 LPs. I used to snag the demo albums from the radio station I worked at. 
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My Saturday night music
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