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Tangerine Dream - Exit FLAC download

  • Performer: Tangerine Dream
  • Title: Exit
  • Size FLAC ver: 1980 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Released: 1981
  • Style: Synth-pop, Prog Rock, Ambient
  • Other formats: WAV VOC MPC AU MP1 VOX ADX
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
Tangerine Dream - Exit FLAC download
Tangerine Dream - Exit FLAC download

Tracklist

Kiew Mission 9:18
Pilots Of Purple Twilight 4:19
Choronzon 4:07
Exit 5:33
Network 23 4:55
Remote Viewing 8:20

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
V 2212, v2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin V 2212, v2212 UK 1981
5C5-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album) Elektra, Asylum Records 5C5-557 US 1981
TCV 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album) Virgin TCV 2212 UK 1981
AE 460 403998 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album) Virgin AE 460 403998 France 1981
5C5-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Elektra, Asylum Records 5C5-557 US 1981
I-203.998 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin I-203.998 Spain 1981
VIL 12212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin VIL 12212 Italy 1981
VL 2229 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin VL 2229 Canada 1981
203998 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin 203998 France 1981
203 998, 203 998-320 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin 203 998, 203 998-320 Germany 1981
203 998 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin 203 998 Netherlands 1981
LA-419, 204.087 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin LA-419, 204.087 Mexico 1981
5E-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Elektra 5E-557 US 1981
VIP-6983 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin VIP-6983 Japan 1981
V 2212, v2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin V 2212, v2212 UK 1981
5E-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Elektra 5E-557 US 1981
ban 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin ban 2212 Israel 1981
v2212, V 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin v2212, V 2212 Australia 1981
VL 2229 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin VL 2229 Canada 1981
5E-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Elektra 5E-557 US 1981
V 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin V 2212 Scandinavia 1981
V2212, 2473 828 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin V2212, 2473 828 Greece 1981
5E-557 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Elektra 5E-557 US 1981
VIP-6983 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Virgin VIP-6983 Japan 1981
203 998, 203 998-270 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin, Virgin 203 998, 203 998-270 Germany 1981
LSVIRG 70957, V2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, Virgin LSVIRG 70957, V2212 Yugoslavia 1982
LPBS-1054 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album) Beta Record C.A. LPBS-1054 Venezuela 1982
cdv 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album) Virgin cdv 2212 Netherlands 1984
CDV 2212, 610 025-222 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin CDV 2212, 610 025-222 UK 1984
CDV 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album) Virgin CDV 2212 UK 1984
CDV 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album) Virgin CDV 2212 UK & Europe 1984
cdv 2212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE) Virgin cdv 2212 UK & Europe 1984
VL 2229 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin VL 2229 Canada 1984
OVEDC 166 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Virgin OVEDC 166 UK 1985
OVED 166 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin OVED 166 UK 1985
OVED 166 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin OVED 166 UK 1985
OVED 166 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin OVED 166 Italy 1985
557-2 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE) Elektra 557-2 US 1989
VJCP-2521 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE) Virgin, Virgin Japan VJCP-2521 Japan 1990
VJCP-2521 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RM) Virgin, Virgin Japan VJCP-2521 Japan 1990
7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin Music Canada, Tangerine Dream Definitive Edition 7243 8 40519 2 1 Canada 1995
TAND13, 724384051921 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin, Tangerine Dream Definitive Edition TAND13, 724384051921 Italy 1995
TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 UK & Europe 1995
TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) Virgin , Virgin TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Russia 2018
557-2 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, Cin) Elektra 557-2 US Unknown
TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 UK & Europe Unknown
TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Virgin, Virgin TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 UK & Europe Unknown
TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Virgin, Virgin TAND13, 7243 8 40519 2 1 UK & Europe Unknown
VIK 712212 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Virgin VIK 712212 Italy Unknown
VL4 2229 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, RE, CrO) Virgin VL4 2229 Canada Unknown
7240 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) 747 7240 Saudi Arabia Unknown
none Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Reggae none Poland Unknown
045 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Steen 045 Poland Unknown
PR. 182 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Poker Sound PR. 182 Poland Unknown
XCD041 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Takt Music XCD041 Poland Unknown
203 998, 203 998-270 Tangerine Dream Exit ‎(LP, Album, RE) Virgin, Virgin 203 998, 203 998-270 Germany Unknown



Comments (17)

Tat
A much, much better showing of early 80's Tangerine Dream then Tangram, IMO. While there are still lingering elements from that album that can be felt here, especially on Choronzon and Network 23, this album still has those amazing soundscapes that drew me to this group in the first place.
Fenrikree
This is where my journey into Tangerine Dream once started. It might not be as grandeur and ambitious in its sound and compositions as the group's previous works, but it's undeniably a very strong yet stripped down and more "easy accessed" album. I just think it was TD entering a new era in this particular style of music. The 80's was what it was and TD adapted to it properly, but also masterfully. There are perhaps better albums in their catalogue, but this one remains my favorite for what it captured at its time, and also for my personal nostalgic reasons. This is an epitome of 1980's electronic music!
Qag
Mine looks exactly identical but has the matrix number: Side A: V 2212 A-2U-1-1-1 Aide B: V 2212 B-1U-1-1-2 I wonder if this is just a variation or mine is a different/later print that perhaps would need a different entry altogether...
Uriel
Tangerine Dream seemed to do a fair bit of casting about between 1977 and 1980, a shake-up initiated by Peter Baumann's departure, a year or two of Froese / Franke augmented by various session musicians, and then the arrival and settling into a new trio with Johannes Schmoelling. "Exit" seems to perfectly capture not only this transition, but also what feels like an abrupt shift toward digital synthesis and an FM sound palette. After the awkward "Cyclone" and the art-rock infused "Force Majeure", I see "Exit" as showing the leading edge of Schmoelling's influence, which culminated in the fantastic "Poland". I don't require this album to maintain continuity with the earlier 'Virgin Years' analog work, as that was already pretty much broken with as of "Cyclone"; and I love the cold tech noir eeriness of "Exit", like a ghost movie set in the alleys and rain of "Bladerunner". As a bridge between the '70s and '80s TD phases, it's perfect.
Gralmeena
I have the cassette by Public Image Ltd with Cat#: OVEDC 160, but the music is Exit by Tangerine Dream ! I'm wondering if this maybe a manufacturing fault because the Cat# (numbers) are very similar,. does anyone else have a copy?
Ranterl
I knew someone who had a copy, back in 85. They didn't know who the music was by - I had the pleasure of telling them. "There's a trick to this album - and you have just the machine to do it with." I said. For my introduction to it was blasted through a ghettoblaster.
Leniga
Exit is a bit of a love / hate album among Tangerine Dream fans - indeed, there are many who praise it for its stripped back, melodic approach, whilst others see it as the first step towards a sleek, commercial sound that had little to do with the mind-expanding soundscapes the band were loved for.For me, it's a mixture of the two. It's quite possible to imagine the band piecing several of these pieces together into longer suites that might befit their history, but the shorter song approach suited their film soundtrack direction at the time (indeed I have seen it suggested by some cynics that the album was little more than an advert for their soundtrack-writing skills!). Similarly, a couple of tracks - particularly Network 23 - seem to be lacking in focus. That said, it's hard to dismiss the composition of the bulk of the album. Kiew Mission, with its dramatic opening, soon flows into a beautiful, heartbreaking cyclical melody that I would happily listen to on repeat; Choronzon is probably the catchiest thing the band have ever written, and shows that if they've chosen to do pop, at least they can do it well! The title track is another highlight, with a mournful melody accompanied by rainfall. Interestingly, Remote Viewing is my least favourite here, despite it being most similar to the band's previous material. To me, it sounds like a pale version of their earlier style, and an example of why they have always been a band better at moving forward than looking back.Of all the band's early-to-mid '80s material, Exit has probably dated the worst. This is probably due to two things: firstly, their keen use of new technology (which has since been abandoned for more contemporary gear much more than their '70s kit); secondly, through their extensive soundtrack work, this particular sound was more commercially influential and ubiquitous than any of their other eras, thus it seems tied to a certain timeframe. Thus, anybody approaching the album should be aware just how '80s' the music sounds - for some, this can be a turn off. Overall, Exit is a largely strong album, and an interesting foray into shorter pieces for Tangerine Dream (the band would return to longer tracks for the next few years), but one which might not suit all tastes.
Zodama
BUSINESS TANGERINE DREAM
Blackredeemer
Atmospheric synths form epic soundscapes, giving Exit a pretty distinctive sound and style.
Knights from Bernin
The Title of Track 2 should of course be "Pilots Of Purple Twilight".I note that on my copy Peter Baumann is credited on the tray insert instead of Johannes Schmoelling.
JOGETIME
One of the more sublime releases by one of the best known German electronica "group". Kraftwerk aside!Exit is a literal "exit" from the overly layered previous releases and is more sparse, alien and mysterious with none of the mellotron overindulgence of their 1970s era work(Mellotron was VERY overused in their earlier music).Exit almost comes across as music to a soundtrack that was never used for a soundtrack, tho it easily should have been used for another Friedkin flick. You can hear micro-melodies, atmospherics and a bit of straight ahead rock drumming(albeit with early drum machines) so as to not let listeners entry into terrains of boredom. Still one of the better TD releases of their post Baumann era and well worth owning for fans of electronic music with substance over style.
Mejora
Yes, no debate! This is TD's most remarkable album from every point of view. Also try White eagle!
Humin
exactly my 2 favourites - 100% agree! also, i'm convinced the producers jarvis & regisford of the proto garage house vinyl, "visual - music got me" were inspired by TD's "Choronzon".
Yanki
I consider Exit to be my all-time favorite TD release, and I have them all (really!). In a stroke of serendipity, it also happens to be the first TD I ever heard, bought on a blind purchase at a used CD store in '92. That could bias me, but I've had plenty of chances to change my mind -- and haven't.The sound quality of the original CD release isn't great (the remaster ups the ante substantially, though has a few tiny digital glitches), but the music overcomes the 80's technical limitations. Everything here is very good. No clinkers. It's also quite unique in the TD pantheon. It contains the most sparse, staccato melodies and sequences out of any Virgin TD. The beats are some of the simplest, yet extremely effective. The sequences are some of the most driving and catchy. And the atmosphere the whole way through is very alien and dark, yet epic and energetic.Then there is (I'm guessing Franke) flute-like melodies on Pilots, Network 23 and Remote Viewing. I love that timbre. Truly breathtaking.My faves are Choronzon and Network 23 (try not head-bopping) with their sublime sequences and epic melodies; and Exit with its how-did-they-do-it-without-midi 16th/32nd(?) note sequence and massive chords and alien machine sounds that would be right at home in Blade Runner.Remote Viewing is also amazing. Call it the ambient/downtempo track. The layers and transitions are masterfully executed. The first 2 minutes are the first "ambient / drone / noise" I was exposed to. It also must rank as some of the earliest music in that style outside of Eno. TD were the pioneers.In '93 I had never heard anything like it; thousands of electronica albums later, I'm still not sure I have. I don't think anyone else can really make music like this.The title is a bit of an enigma. Perhaps Froese has let the cat out of the bag, but I haven't read about it yet. I always thought it was in reference to Franke's leaving, but that wasn't for a few more years.Stands the test of time. A must-buy! Give it your first listen in the dark (home or highway). Loud. Thank you Froese/Franke/Schmoelling for enriching the world.
Arakus
Yes! couldn't agree more. One of TD's absolute best and a totally unique and absorbing album!
Wanenai
My LP has matrix numbers V2212 A2 TOWNHOUSE / V2212 B2 TOWNHOUSE. Is this the standard matrix for the UK release or is it an early release?
Eng.Men
I love Exit. Why? Because it seems to preceed important melodies in techno post it's release. Everything hinted at before in albums comes full force. for Tangerine Dream. Tangerine Dream fans will might say this album becomes a bit pop but i think its terrific bridge before their soundtrack material became to me, weaker. kiew Mission and Exit extreme highlights and some of the most memorable electronic music ever written by TD. Not only epic space music but music that will go down in history. 30 years since it was written that is saying allot

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