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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
And me makes 3 :)

At this rate it looks like Destination Berlin will soon overtake Rubycon as the TD fans' favourite album :lol:


Count me in too, makes 4 then :D
I like Berlin Summer Nights very much.

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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
And me makes 3 :)

At this rate it looks like Destination Berlin will soon overtake Rubycon as the TD fans' favourite album :lol:


Count me in too, makes 4 then :D
I like Berlin Summer Nights very much.


I still remember buying DB on vinyl locally...never even knew it was out..Berlin Summer Nights is a beautiful emotional track. 8)


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TD Eye wrote:
T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
And me makes 3 :)

At this rate it looks like Destination Berlin will soon overtake Rubycon as the TD fans' favourite album :lol:


Count me in too, makes 4 then :D
I like Berlin Summer Nights very much.


And I make 5. I do love to listen to Destination Berlin when I'm going for a walk on a lovely day, it's such a warm, positive and vibrant album :)

I must say that I hardly ever listen to Rubycon any more though, really.

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Erik wrote:
i've noticed that two of their better soundtracks, Oasis and Canyon Dreams, happened to be nature documentaries. perhaps it's something they should do again?

Two of my favourite DVDs actually. You might have a point there.

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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
And me makes 3 :)

At this rate it looks like Destination Berlin will soon overtake Rubycon as the TD fans' favourite album :lol:

:D ROFL :D


You notice I said liked not loved.

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Well I gave Destination Berlin another go. Agree that Berlin Summer nights is the best track. As for rest of the album.................................................................I will give it another go in a month or so :wink:


Possibly when having a barbecue and some beers :P Think that might be the correct environmental conditions.


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Just listened to Destination Berlin again. Nice album if a little light-weight.

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....am I the only one who likes Destination Berlin? :wink:


I like it. 8)


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.Berlin Summer Nights is a beautiful emotional track. 8)


+1

I think TD should perform a live version of it at their concerts.


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.Berlin Summer Nights is a beautiful emotional track. 8)


+1

I think TD should perform a live version of it at their concerts.


They did in Berlin in 1990. It's on the East CD.


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Can't say I'm fond of "Turning Off The Wheel" / "The Golden Horn" at all. Heck, I'd take "Twin Soul Tribe" over it any day.


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Can't say I'm fond of "Turning Off The Wheel" / "The Golden Horn" at all. Heck, I'd take "Twin Soul Tribe" over it any day.


Actually, I think Turning Off The Wheel is an OK track, though a bit monotonous.


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Absolutely LOVE all tracks they've ever made... with the exception of "Purple Haze". For me that's the worst one, even though I don't hate it, but I think it was so... meh!!! It's just a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, but I really ouldn't get any feeling while listening to it. It left me cold. Only track I always skip if I'm not in the mood to listen to it again.


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I used to HATE Cinnamon Road off Hyperborea - I have since gotten over myself


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we do not really hate any TD music, but the LP ' LE PARC ' is pretty dire.

bought this on vinyl when it first came out, only played it a couple of times.

must be the best vinyl copy around nowadays, like brand new

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