The debut album of pioneering electronic group Tangerine Dream is getting a reissue on cassette by Radiation Records.

Electronic Meditation is the only album to feature the lineup of Edgar Froese, Klaus Schulze and Conrad Schnitzler. Schulze & Schnitzler went on to have solo careers as electronic artists.

Recorded in a rented factory in Berlin in 1969 using only a Revox two-track, Electronic Meditation is arguably Tangerine Dream at its most experimental, but also captures the band at its embryonic state, sounding less like an electronic band than more of a psychedelic rock band. The band plays guitar, organ, drums, custom-made and found sound such as such broken glass, burning parchment, and dried peas being shaken in a sieve.

It’s available to pre-order via Forced Exposure.

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