Goblins' Club

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Goblin's Club
Tangerine Dream Goblins Club 1996.jpg
Studio album by
LabelSequel Records
ProducerEdgar Froese
Tangerine Dream chronology
The Dream Mixes
Goblin's Club

Goblins' Club is the fifty-fourth album by Tangerine Dream. Although sonically a counterweight to The Dream Mixes, it is usually considered the first album in the Millennium/TDI Years era due to the switch from Miramar, despite TDI not yet being the band's label. An Australian version lacked the track "Elf June and the Midnight Patrol," written by Linda Spa, and include instead "Fort Worth Runway One" by Edgar Froese. A 2004 re-release includes both, but edits the final two tracks to fit on the disc.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

1."Towards the Evening Star"6:16
2."At Darwin's Motel"7:22
3."On Crane's Passage"4:28
4."Rising Haul In Silence"7:33
5."United Goblins' Parade"5:44
6."Lamb With Radar Eyes"8:39
7."Elf June And The Midnight Patrol"4:40
8."Sad Merlin's Sunday"10:50
9."Fort Worth Runway One" (alternate version track)6:42


"Towards The Evening Star" was released as a promo CD.[3]

1."Towards The Evening Star"3:36


"Towards The Evening Star" was released in 1997 as a two track CD with a remix by The Orb.[4]

1."Towards The Evening Star (Mandarin Cream Remix)"The Orb8:31
2."Towards The Evening Star" 6:16


  1. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). "Goblins' Club". Voices in the Net.
  2. ^ Goblins' Club at Discogs
  3. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). "Towards The Evening Star". Voices in the Net.
  4. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). "Towards The Evening Star". Voices in the Net.