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Washington Post | 9/88

> Electronic Meditation, which in spite of its title was more stormy than soothing, was dubbed by Synthesist Klaus Schulze, then the drummer, dubbed it the 'punk album of electronic music', and Edgar Froese [Tangerine Dream] is delighted that it's become something of a cult hit in England recently.

"It was wild - an experiment against everything. Maybe it had the same root that punk came from.

You stand up and you're against everything - the establishment, some social movements, tastes in music, the mainstream.
And you say, 'Okay, let's turn everything upside down and start again'." <

aus: Tangerine Dream's Long Electronic Music Quest
Washington Post | 9/88