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NODE 2

Node

 

Progressive Electronic

3.52 | 4 ratings

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admireArt
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2 stars Another TD clone on the map!

I guess that if by luck or chance, depending if you bought this Node "2", 2014, you were able to skip Tangerine Dream's 70s era or Klaus Schulze's "Timewind" or " Picture Music", you will find this album "amazing", but I will fool myself thinking in those terms, guess I am not able to erase those years!

As soon as this release reaches minute 4, Tangerine Dream's musical idiom rises to confirm they were and still are the "nemesis" of 21st. century P/E musicians. Their personal idiom has trascendeded among contemporary electronic musicians inevitably and unstoppingly.

So maybe if you have the chance and disposition to obliterate TD or Schulze from your Prog record collection, this innocent and unimpressive effort will surely make you feel like discovering America.

Another TD and Schulze clone, for those who like repetitions and unoriginal flavors in their plates.

So, electronic ideas which are a repetition of past masters P/E's ideas, in 2014, (as usual, TD's Rubycon is again semi-plagiarize as Schulze "Totem" piece ), Gods help us all!

Go back to basics, find shelter from all these clones!

**2.5 "for forgetful P/E audiophiles " PA stars.

admireArt | 2/5 |

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