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Electric dreams: (almost) all the soundtracks of Tangerine Dream

When the sound of a synthesizer was enough to make us happy

The German band composed soundtracks for well-known films and to some completely forgotten today

“A lot of soundtracks are quite boring because they just work with the picture. I think you should also be able to listen to it on a record.”

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Felipe M. Guerra

Felipe M. Guerra

Journalist, independent filmmaker and a sick person. I write about cinema at https://filmesparadoidos.blogspot.com, and in here about films, books and comics.

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