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Tangerine DreamZeit ... LP
Virgin, 1971. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $44.99
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(Green label Brain pressing! Cover has small gloss bubbles along the edges, and a name on front.)

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✨✧ Tangerine DreamFlashpoint ... LP
EMI (Holland), 1984. Used ... Out Of Stock
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(Cover has a promo stamp.)
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Tonto's Expanding Head BandTonto's Expanding Head Band ... LP
Atlantic, 1975. Very Good ... $16.99
An analogue electronic classic – a huge crossover record from the early 70s, done with a pulsating, progressive sound that's a bit like the best early work by Tangerine Dream – but a fair bit tighter! Malcolm Cecil composed and performed the set – and it's a keyboard-heavy album with all electronic sounds – floating, flowing, and growing together in a nicely rough-edged studio mode. There's lots of dark machine sounds, bubbly pulsing bits, and a cold pre-Kraftwerk approach – and titles include "Cybernaut", "Jetsex", "Timewhys", "Riversong", and "Aurora". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Tonto's Expanding Head BandZero Time ... LP
Atlantic (UK), 1972. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $29.99
Consciousness-stretching grooves from Tonto's Expanding Head Band – one of the earliest avant electronic rock records we can think of – and certainly one of coolest of the early 70s! Zero Time is way ahead of the curve when it comes to instrumental electronics – with a sort of pulsing progressive sound that's like the best stuff by Tangerine Dream – and with a cool bubbling feel to it. Tracks include "Cybernaut", "Jetsex", "Timewhys", "Riversong", and "Aurora". Very groovy, very moogy, and a nice bit of tripped out electronic atmosphere! LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing. Cover has a peeled spot. Label has a name in pen.)

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✨✧ Klaus SchulzeBody Love (German pressing) ... LP
Metronome (Germany), 1977. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Spacey electronic score to this bizarre German orgy film from the late 70s! Klaus is in a sparer mode than some of the mid 70s Tangerine Dream recordings – but the music is quite compelling, and the record only contains three long tracks – "Stardancer", "Blanche", and "PTO" – all of which feature nice keyboard work. LP, Vinyl record album
(Metronome pressing.)

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✨✧ Michel PolnareffLipstick – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Atlantic, 1976. Used ... Out Of Stock
Pretty groovy stuff – even if it is a big shift for Polnareff! Polnareff began his career as a cool French popster – singing in a style that mixed baroque 60s arrangements with the intimacy of folk. Here, though, he's gone disco/electronic – and has composed four cool long tracks that mix together weird melodies, strange keyboards, and some occasional disco grooves. "Lipstick" is the club cut here, and it's heard stretched out with lots of other passages in the "Lipstick Montage", which was done by Polnareff and Jimmie Haskell. Side two features "The Rapist" and "Ballet", both long instrumental electronic numbers – with a very Tangerine Dream-ish feel. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has moderate wear & a promo sticker.)

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✨✧ TortoiseIt's All Around You ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2004. Used ... Out Of Stock
Man, this is SO not the Tortoise that first set the underground aflame in the early 90s – the group has evolved and opened up in ways we never would have expected. With It's All Around You it's emerged with an airy, open, stargazing set of tracks that resemble the languid atmosphere of Tangerine Dream as much as they do early post rock! Gone, for the most part from early Tortoise is that strong, rubbery electric bass groove and tightly thudding live drum sound. It's All Around You retains the bright vibes and sputtering electronics of the TNT album, and the out front, almost rock & roll guitar lines of the Standards album – and adds an ever present, ambient synthesizer bubble of sound to surround the thing. It's all so catchy, too, and almost sunny. If Tortoise hasn't really broken any new ground this time, it's only because they're the ones who broke it in the first place. Tracks include "It's All Around You", The Lithium Shifts", "Crest", "Stretch", "Dot/Eyes", "By Dawn", "Five Too Many" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the inner sleeves and insert.)

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