|Studio album by Tangerine Dream|
|Tangerine Dream chronology|
"No Man's Land" makes heavy use of sitar. "Cinnamon Road" also utilizes sitar, but in a briefer period of time and with a conventional pop music structure. The longest track, "Sphinx Lightning"', recapitulates every style explored by Tangerine Dream over the previous decade.
The album title refers to Hyperborea, a mythical, idyllic land in the Ancient Greek tradition, supposedly located far to the north of Thrace and where it was claimed the sun shone twenty-four hours a day.
|1.||"No Man's Land"||9:03|