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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    The next best thing is Zinc/The Green Album, which I also dig.
    There is also Theme of Secrets which is quite decent.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    There is also Theme of Secrets which is quite decent.
    "Theme Of Secrets" is a very good, more ambient flavored electronic album. However, it is worlds away from what I heard from him before. The reason being that the band member listing for the album is as follows:

    Eddie Jobson
    – synthesizer, synclavier

    THe-THe-THe ... That's all folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    There is also Theme of Secrets which is quite decent.
    I like that a lot, but it's not a rock/band album. That was one of Private Music's earliest releases. The sequencer prelude on The Green Album is what motivated (ex-Tangerine Dream'er) Peter Baumann to start Private Music. He wanted to create an outlet for engaging new instrumental music that wasn't about spacing out with crystals and incense.

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    "Theme Of Secrets" is a very good, more ambient flavored electronic album.
    Sadly, Jobson shelved the follow-up to ToS simply titled Darkness because either he and/or the label felt it didn't fit the mold, or something like that. I'd love to hear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    I like that a lot, but it's not a rock/band album. That was one of Private Music's earliest releases. The sequencer prelude on The Green Album is what motivated (ex-Tangerine Dream'er) Peter Baumann to start Private Music. He wanted to create an outlet for engaging new instrumental music that wasn't about spacing out with crystals and incense.



    Sadly, Jobson shelved the follow-up to ToS — simply titled Darkness — because either he and/or the label felt it didn't fit the mold, or something like that. I'd love to hear it.
    A bit like what happened to the follow-up to The Green Album? The Pink Album...
    And of course the 3rd UK-album that wasn't released, but from which some fragments appear on Voices Of Life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    A bit like what happened to the follow-up to The Green Album? The Pink Album...
    And of course the 3rd UK-album that wasn't released, but from which some fragments appear on Voices Of Life.
    Indeed, probably THE unreleased album I would love to see released some day, although The Pink Album rates nearly as high on the list. Its not fully clear to me how close The Pink Album ever came to recorded completion though...

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