TANGERINE DREAM is the German pioneer of repetitive and airy music founded in 1967 by keyboardist-guitarist Edgar FROESE. He then hired drummer-keyboardist Klaus SCHULZE and violinist-bass player Conrad SCHNITZLER from their first album "Electronic Meditation" on. After an impressive number of albums and line-up changes (among which we could find Florian FRICKE, Steve JOLIFFE, Christopher FRNAKE and Michael HOENIG..), the band remains active today as a duo made of Jerome FROESE, his father and various one-time guests. "The Dream Encores" compiles numerous encores of concerts given between 1986 and 1997. "The Hollywood Years" includes previously unreleased soundtracks. "Tournado" is the witness of a concert given in Poland on the 23rd April 1997, "Valentine Wheels" that of a show on the same year at the Shepherds Bush Empire. Issued in 1999, "What a Blast" is aimed at illustrating a film about the collision of enormous buildings throughout the world. "Tang-Go" is a double album that gathers 24 recordings made between 1990 and 2000. "Great Wall of China" is the soundtrack of the film with the same name.