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    Allegedly the artwork:




    Via a Steve Hoffman music forum post, and the image hosted here:
    https://shop.musicvaultz.com/*/Box-S...ay/64IC0KRB000

    A supposed release date of May 31st.

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    I love that rich Tangram-redness. A full Oedipus Tyrannus...nice.

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    Well, that's a lot more than I expected. 16 CDs. 8 of them previously unreleased. Cool. I don't normally go for the big boxes, but it is tempting.

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    Any word if they are going to also put this out in bite sized boxes like Pink Floyd?

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    Just ordered from here: http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/ne...ngs-1973-1979/

    £125 + £8 for standard 48 hour (within UK) delivery... release date 31 May 2019 (though there is one comment saying this has been delayed until 14 June).

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    Tangerine Dream – In Search of Hades: The Virgin Recordings 1973 – 1979
    CD One: “Phaedra” – Released as Virgin V 2010 in 1974

    Phaedra
    Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares
    Moments of a Visionary
    Sequent C
    [Bonus track] Phaedra (Steven Wilson 2018 stereo remix)
    [Bonus track] Sequent C (Steven Wilson 2018 stereo remix)

    CD Two: November 1973 – Phaedra outtakes volume one – previously unreleased

    2nd Day (20.30)
    Flute Organ Piece (10.58)
    Phaedra Out-Take version 2A (20.36)

    CD Three: November 1973 – Phaedra outtakes volume two – previously unreleased

    Phaedra Out-Take 1 (11.42)
    Phaedra Out-Take 2B (5.42)
    2nd Side piece 1 (13.05)
    2nd Side piece 2 (9.18)
    Organ piece (5.48)

    CD Four: “Live at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London – 16th June 1974” Previously unreleased

    The Victoria Palace Concert Part One

    CD Five: “Live at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London – 16th June 1974” Previously unreleased

    The Victoria Palace Concert Part Two
    The Victoria Palace Concert – Encore

    CD Six: “Oedipus Tyrannus” – Recorded in July 1974 Previously unreleased Mixed by Steven Wilson

    Overture (10.58)
    Act 1 (16.42)
    Act 2: Battle (10.05)
    Act 2: Baroque (8.53)
    Act 2: Zeus (5.39)
    Act 3 (22.08)

    CD Seven: “Live at the Rainbow, London – 27th October 1974” Previously unreleased

    Introduction by John Peel
    The Rainbow Concert Part One
    The Rainbow Concert Part Two

    CD Eight: “Live at the Rainbow, London – 27th October 1974” Previously unreleased

    The Rainbow Concert Part Three
    The Rainbow Concert Encore

    CD Nine: “Rubycon” – Released as Virgin V 2025 in 1975 Mixed by Steven Wilson Previously unreleased

    Rubycon Part One
    Rubycon Part Two
    [Bonus track] Rubycon (extended introduction)

    CD Ten: “The Royal Albert Hall, London 2nd April 1975”

    The Royal Albert Hall Concert – Part One

    CD Eleven: “The Royal Albert Hall, London 2nd April 1975”

    The Royal Albert Hall Concert – Part Two
    The Royal Albert Hall Concert – Encore

    CD Twelve: “Ricochet” – Released as Virgin V 2044 in 1975

    Ricochet Part One
    Ricochet Part Two
    [Bonus track] Ricochet Part One (Steven Wilson 2018 stereo remix)
    [Bonus track] Ricochet Part Two (Steven Wilson 2018 stereo remix)

    CD Thirteen: “Stratosfear” – Released as Virgin V 2068 in 1976

    Stratosfear
    The Big Sleep in Search of Hades
    3am at the Border of the Marsh from Okefenokee
    Invisible Limits
    [Bonus track] Coventry Cathedral – The original film soundtrack
    [Bonus track] Stratosfear (single edit) [Recorded at Coventry Cathedral – 4th October 1975, Previously unreleased]
    [Bonus track] The Big Sleep in Search of Hades (single edit) [Recorded at Coventry Cathedral – 4th October 1975, Previously unreleased]

    CD Fourteen: “Encore” – Released as Virgin VD 2506 in 1977

    Cherokee Lane
    Monolight
    Cold Water Canyon
    Desert Dream
    [Bonus track] Encore
    [Bonus track] Hobo March

    CD Fifteen: “Cyclone” – Released as Virgin V 2097 in 1978

    Bent Cold Sidewalk
    Rising Runner Missed by Endless Sender
    Madrigal Meridian
    [Bonus track] Haunted Heights
    [Bonus track] Barryl Blue

    CD Sixteen: “Force Majeure” – Released as Virgin V 2111 in 1979

    Force Majeure
    Cloudburst Flight
    Thru Metamorphic Rocks
    [Bonus track] Chimes and Chains

    Disc Seventeen – Blu Ray: 5.1 Surround Sound & 96 kHz / 24-bit stereo Steven Wilson Mixes

    Phaedra [Phaedra]
    Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares [Phaedra]
    Moments of a Visionary [Phaedra]
    Sequent C [Phaedra]
    Overture (10.58) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]
    Act 1 (16.42) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]
    Act 2: Battle (10.05) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]
    Act 2: Baroque (8.53) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]
    Act 2: Zeus (5.39) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]
    Act 3 (22.08) [Oedipus Tyrannus – Recorded in July 1974]

    Disc Eighteen – Blu Ray: 5.1 Surround Sound & 96 kHz / 24-bit stereo Steven Wilson Mixes

    Ricochet Part One [Ricochet]
    Ricochet Part Two [Ricochet]
    Tangerine Dream at Coventry Cathedral [Visual content]
    [BBC TV “Old Grey Whistle Test” – 3rd October 1976] Signale aus der Schwäbischen Strasse – Tangerine Dream documentary & performance (NDR / SFB TV Germany – 23rd May 1976)

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    Any ideas where to order from?
    "Always ready with the ray of sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberrybrick View Post
    Any ideas where to order from?
    I preordered from here:

    https://www.shopsuperdeluxe.com/coll...ings-1973-1979

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    I guesss thiss will have to go on the "save for later" list.

    Ssssso, iss the Royal Albert Hall show the ssssame version that appeared on the Bootleg boxset that came out about 15 or so years ago, or is did they manage to track down the massssster tape?

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    Need something in the US... imagine it will pop up on Amazons...
    "Always ready with the ray of sunshine"

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    So will all this Steven Wilson-izing of old TD albums mean his next one will have phat analog synths all over it?

    One can dream...
    I'm holding out for the Wilson-mixed 5.1 super-duper walletbuster special anniversary extra adjectives edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulrus View Post
    So will all this Steven Wilson-izing of old TD albums mean his next one will have phat analog synths all over it?

    One can dream...
    He's gotta do '80-'85 TD first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzorchering View Post
    CD Fifteen: “Cyclone” – Released as Virgin V 2097 in 1978

    Bent Cold Sidewalk
    Rising Runner Missed by Endless Sender
    Madrigal Meridian
    [Bonus track] Haunted Heights
    [Bonus track] Barryl Blue


    CD Sixteen: “Force Majeure” – Released as Virgin V 2111 in 1979

    Force Majeure
    Cloudburst Flight
    Thru Metamorphic Rocks
    [Bonus track] Chimes and Chains


    A minor nitpick, but those three particular solo pieces, which are outstanding, would have all fit better after Force Majeure. Putting two of them after Cyclone is weird.

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    I'm pretty stoked for this. I have to start saving up.
    Music isn't about chops, or even about talent - it's about sound and the way that sound communicates to people. Mike Keneally

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    I guesss thiss will have to go on the "save for later" list.

    Ssssso, iss the Royal Albert Hall show the ssssame version that appeared on the Bootleg boxset that came out about 15 or so years ago, or is did they manage to track down the massssster tape?
    Please tell me your keyboard is malfunctioning and you aren't slowly morphing into Cobra Commander!

    .. don't think he would be a TD fan ...

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    Dammit. I bought it. This year is a monumental wallet killer.
    "Why is it when these great Prog guys get together, they always want to make a Journey album?"
    - fiberman, 7/5/2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshipVoyager1976 View Post
    Please tell me your keyboard is malfunctioning and you aren't slowly morphing into Cobra Commander!
    Actually, I was thinking more of Spidiron, a villain from an episode of a mid 70's British sci-fi show called The Tomorrow People (which I think would predate Cobra Commander by something liek a decade). "Sssssso long, Sssstein!", I think was one of his lines.

    Anyway, it actually started as a pair of typos, and I kinda got carried away with trying to make it look deliberate. Or something.

    Sssssso, about that Royal Albert Hall show, is this taken from teh same master that all the TD fans have in their bootleg collections, or did they manage to track the original master in the BBC archive?

    This year is a monumental wallet killer.

    This
    year?! Man, it's been like that for me, every year for at least the last 15 years. Grateful Dead, King Crimson, Kate Bush, and everyone else have been sucking me dry for ages now! And David Bowie is doing it to me from beyond the grave. Even now, I'm seriously thinking of pulling the trigger on the Pink Floyd Early Years box.
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    Burning Shed are also going to stock it. They sent me a confirmation email yesterday and will be announcing pricing etc very shortly.

    Given the care they take with packaging, I might go with them.......unless my local record store gets sets in.

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    re: Wilson's remixes:

    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    He's gotta do '80-'85 TD first!
    That assumes he has any interest in doing them. Remember, he did the first two ELP albums only, because those were the only ones he really liked. It may be possible he never cared for Tangram and beyond.

    Besides, I think he's got the Nino Tempo & April Stevens catalog to do next. (Yeah, I know I'm beating that joke to death).

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    Oh, I KNOW it's not going to happen. To be perfectly honest, I'm fine with the way everything released during those years already sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    re: Wilson's remixes:

    Remember, he did the first two ELP albums only, because those were the only ones he really liked.
    That was the official line, but I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that he decided to walk after a disagreement with one of the trio. The two albums SW did remix were held up for quite a while before finally getting a belated release.

    Either that or he had a falling out with the record label over quality control - his ELP albums turned out ok, but the BSS reissue was a disaster, audiowise. Jakko's remixes relegated to the bonus disc or the 5.1 disc in the expensive box set.

    I'd be surprised if he hadn't originally hoped to do Trilogy and BSS, given how he's remixed every Tull title from the debut through to Stormwatch, and the first ten Crimson albums.

    Personally, I just think he was being discreet about his experience with ELP, which is more than Palmer was when he dismissed the remixes in an interview last year.

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    I know we're getting a lot of TD stuff lately, but I also recently got an e-mail announcing that Volume 3 of the Bootleg Box series is coming out in the next few months. It includes a US show from the time of Encore and a Schmoelling-era show.

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    When it rains it pours?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smcfee View Post
    I know we're getting a lot of TD stuff lately, but I also recently got an e-mail announcing that Volume 3 of the Bootleg Box series is coming out in the next few months. It includes a US show from the time of Encore and a Schmoelling-era show.
    F'in A times dos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    Oh, I KNOW it's not going to happen. To be perfectly honest, I'm fine with the way everything released during those years already sounds.
    My issue isn't remixes, so much as whatever unreleased stuff there is in the vaults. That's what I want to hear. I know by that time, the live stuff was largely the same from night to night, but it'd be great if we could get let's say one show from each tour, unedited and without overdubs. On the other hand, the bootlegs we do have sound so good, it's kind of a moot point, really.

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    Thanks for the heads up on all this. The set looks incredible.

    One question I do have, and apologies if already discussed, but......

    Earlier this year I saw it advertised that a deluxe box set purely made up of the Coventry Cathedral gig was due. What has happened to that?

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