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Orange light years is a great album with the famous "talking to maddox ,a big moment from the sbe 2005.

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epsilon75 wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
Orange light years is a great album with the famous "talking to maddox ,a big moment from the sbe 2005.

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Theres an Echo chamber around here tonight :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:


Mick's been having problems posting as well, perhaps TD's server is a bit buggy?


Agreed a great track from Edgar the Orange light years is a great compliation album but for me its still Dalinetopia followed by Eplison in malaysian pale

:D :) 8) :arrow: :!: 8) Geoff

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If we're talking personal favourites (rather than 'best' or most innovative etc) then it's Stuntman. I connect with it on an emotional level and that's pretty much as good as any music gets! Brilliant album!

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Without a doubt, the original Stuntman! 10/10


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After due consideration, I would say Stuntman, followed by MT, EIMP and OLY.

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Stuntman, with a personal liking for Aqua.

I remember I said back in the old days Epsilon disappoints me, it doesn't do anymore, it's actually good enough for any real appreciation. :)


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Mind you ive yet to get Orange light Years, is it worth getting?


Yes, it is a superb collection compiled by Edgar's wife Bianca.

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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
Orange light years is a great album with the famous "talking to maddox ,a big moment from the sbe 2005.

Charles



Theres an Echo chamber around here tonight :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:


Mick's been having problems posting as well, perhaps TD's server is a bit buggy?


Agreed a great track from Edgar the Orange light years is a great compliation album but for me its still Dalinetopia followed by Eplison in malaysian pale

:D :) 8) :arrow: :!: 8) Geoff


Dalinetopia I like. Dalumination is my fave Edgar Froese solo track. That piano is to die for. Probably the most emotional thing Edgar's ever written!
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Mind you ive yet to get Orange light Years, is it worth getting?


Yes, it is a superb collection compiled by Edgar's wife Bianca.

I'll second that, and the ones that were on Beyond the Storm sound better on OLY. Highly recommended.


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Ages forever. Still like to play this album with the great opener Metropolis. Even the re-release on Eastgate is one of my fav. albums to, A second one is still Macula Transfer for me.

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I play Stuntman most often, followed by Pinnacles and listen to Kamikaze 1989 surprisingly often.

However, I NEED Aqua and Epsilon more... by that, I mean that there are certain rarer moments when I get a far stronger craving for these albums than any others (as I do for Rubycon, Pheadra and Zeit for example). Then, absolutely nothing else will do. :D


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it has to be Stuntman, never rated 'any' of the others, which doesn't mean I don't like them, I just think there's better music out there

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Sorry Geezer, just my opinion. My taste in music has always been shocking :D

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For me there is something quite magical in Edgar's solo recordings, can't put my finger on it realy, but I do have an entire folder dedicated to them on my mp3 player. He's made some nice tunes for both TD and his solo albums!!!!! :D

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