CD #1 [all 2012 Remasters]
  1. Aqua
  2. Panorphelia
  3. NGC 891
  4. Upland
  5. NGC 891 [from 'Solo 1974-1979']
  6. Epsilon In Malaysian Pale
    CD #2 [all 2012 Remasters]
  1. Maroubra Bay
  2. Epsilon In Malaysian Pale [from 'Solo 1974-1979']
  3. Metropolis [Inspired by Fritz Lang's Movie]
  4. Era Of The Slaves
  5. Tropic Of Capricorn
    CD #3 [all 2012 Remasters]
  1. Nights Of Automatic Women
  2. Icarus
  3. Children's Deeper Study
  4. Ode To Granny A
  5. Pizarro And Atahuallpa
  6. Golgatha And The Circle Closes
  7. Pizarro And Atahuallpa [remixed - from 'Solo 1974-1979']
  8. Tropic Of Capricorn [from 'Solo 1974-1979']
  9. Stuntman
  10. It Would Be Like Samoa
  11. Detroit Snackbar Dreamer
    CD #4 [all 2012 Remasters]
  1. Drunken Mozart In The Desert
  2. A Dali-esque Sleep Fuse
  3. Scarlet Score For Mascalero
  4. Specific Gravity Of Smile
  5. Light Cone
  6. Walkabout
  7. Pinnacles
Edgar Froese - 'Solo: The Virgin Years 1974-1983' is a complete collection of this important and influential artist's solo recordings for Virgin Records.
Comprising of five complete albums, plus a number of Bonus Tracks available on CD for the first time!
If you are yawning and thinking 'not another compilation' yawn not - these are 2012 REMASTERS! The highly prolific TANGERINE DREAM, led by Edgar Froese for over 40 years, signed to Virgin Records in 1974, with Froese developing a concurrent solo career.
Debut solo album: 'Aqua' (1974) recorded in Berlin appears here augmented with the alternative version of: 'NGC 891' from his 1981 compilation album: 'Solo 1974-1979'.
'Epsilon In Malaysian Pale' (1975) also includes the Alternative Version of the Title Track.
'Ages' (1978) recorded in Autumn 1977 at Amber Studios in Berlin. The album is complemented with 2 Bonus Tracks including the Remix Versions of 'Pizarro And Atahuallpa' and 'Tropic Of Capricorn' available on CD for the first time.
'Stuntman' Froese's 5th studio album was issued in 1979. This four-disc release is completed with 'Pinnacles' opus, recorded in 1983.

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