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Tangerine Dream


- Live, released 1994 -


CD bootleg release 1994


1.Mojave Plan [1982 live version, part of the track Rätikon]25:50
2.Thermal Inversion [1982 live version, part of the track Rätikon]12:50
3.Remote Viewing [1982 live version, part of the track Rätikon]1:20
4.Force Majeure [1982 live excerpt, part of the track Rätikon]3:32
5.Choronzon [1982 live version, titled Föhn]10:20
6.Midnight In Tula [1982 live version, titled Mure]4:53
7. Bettina [performed by Popol Vuh]4:33
8. Would The Christians Wait For Five Minutes [performed by Man]9:32
9. Glint/East Of Woodbridge [performed by Brian Eno]7:08
Total running time79:58


Recording dateMarch 01, 1982
Recording site(s)Dallas Brooks Hall (Melbourne)
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling


Some TD bootleggers seem addicted to the German band Popol Vuh: Not only former bootleg titles like In den Gärten Pharaos / Bicycle Race or Singet, denn der Gesang vertreibt die Wölfe refer to Popol Vuh, but even their music appears on a TD bootleg CD. However, most of the music on Rätikon is played by TD: It is the main part of the Melbourne concert in 1982 that has not been released on an official album so far. In nature, Rätikon is a mountain area in the European Alpes along the border between Switzerland and Austria. According to this, the front and back cover of the CD show mountain landscapes and wheather. The sound quality of the CD is quite good. It includes some music material that is not featured on an official TD album at all, besides extended live versions of well-known compositions from the studio albums Force Majeure, Exit and White Eagle.


The CD itself is available with a silver and a gold coloured CD body with red writing that refers to an alleged 'Special edition for fan club members only' but does not mention the title Rätikon itself. The CD is alleged to be manufactured in Australia by 'Avion Music Publishing', but in fact, the origin obviously is Germany. The number of copies circulating is unknown.


The TD material of this bootleg became obsolete due to the release of Tangerine Tree Volume 48: Melbourne 1982.


1994: 'Avion Music'
Bootleg-CD: -; silver/red disc
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