Posted by Jakub

Tangerine Dream - PolandEveryone knows what the Risky Business Soundtrack cover looks like so I figured I’d use this chance to post one of my top 10 favorite album covers: the Tangerine Dream Poland cover (above). Love On A Real Train is just so grabbing and epic, for me its really one of those songs that I wish I would of made. This Peter Broderick track made me realize that i’m a sucker for repetitive finger picking. I heard about Peter Broderick thru a Norwegian guest that i had staying over that performed under the name The Library Tapes, I’m glad I finally looked into his Home LP. I was really just expecting this Paul Kalkbrenner track to be another techno track but its not at all, its this dubby shuffle simple track that is being used for this movie soundtrack called “Berlin Calling“, i’d file it under “If Radiohead made simple dubby techno and didn’t use Greenwood to help”. This Clap Your Hands Say Yeah song in my mind couldn’t be better, I could put it on my headphones and block out anything I don’t want to think about and just become instantly happy, everyone needs one of these “In Case Of An Emergency, Break Glass and Listen” tracks in their lives.

Tangerine Dream – Love On A Real Train


Peter Broderick – Below It


Paul Kalkbrenner – Aaron


Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – In This Home On Ice


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Kamil says:

October 27, 2008 at 12:48 pm

At the beginning of 80 years in Poland Tangerine Dream was one of most popular bands.
Their concert in Warsaw was immortalized on double album.


Arno says:

October 28, 2008 at 7:58 am

Sweet Tracks Scott, the tracks you post just surprise me because i will be listening to the same thing at home when i come across it on your website. I love the Colder-Again album you posted.

Sweet room Benji btw.

Thanks again.