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220 Volt Live

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Released  June 4, 1993
Length  72:40
Release date  4 June 1993
Label  Miramar
Recorded  1992
Artist  Tangerine Dream
Producer  Edgar Froese
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220 Volt Live (1993)  Turn of the Tides (1994)
Genres  New-age music, Electronic music, Synthpop
Similar  Tangerine Dream albums, Electronic music albums

Tangerine dream 220 volt live the complete album

220 Volt Live is the seventh live album by Tangerine Dream and forty-eighth overall. It recorded live in the USA in 1992. It is the last of the band's many live albums consisting of original material not released previously. This may be considered some of the band's most rock oriented music so far, with Zlatko's guitar playing being the more prominent element. Re-issued in 1999 and then again in 2009 on Membran.


Tangerine dream 220 volt live

Track listing

All music composed by Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese.


Tangerine Dream

  • Edgar Froese – keyboards, guitar
  • Jerome Froese – keyboards, guitar
  • Linda Spa – saxophone, keyboards
  • Additional personnel

  • Zlatko Perica – guitar
  • Single

    Dreamtime was released alongside 220 Volt Live in 1993. It contains three short tracks from the album, including the studio track Treasure of Innocence, a non-album version of their cover of "Purple Haze", and an alternate version of Dreamtime. The alternate version had lyrics written and performed by Jayney Klimek. Julie Ocean contributed to the lyric writing process.


    1Oriental Haze6:52
    2Two Bunch Palms5:48
    3220 Volt9:02


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