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  • Audio CD (5 Nov. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B000VI6KXC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,698 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Smith on 5 Mar. 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is an album to put on and LISTEN to. Do not use it as background music or you'll miss a lot of the music and ambience. I first heard this on vinyl when it came out and it has remained ingrained on me ever since. This Japanese CD re-issue is superb. The packaging reflects both releases of the album as it includes a booklet similar to the gatefold sleeve that I remember as a youth. Sound quality is stunning retaining all the dynamics that figure so heavily in Tomitas renderings. It is only within the last few months that I've sought out the orchestral versions of some of the Prokofiev and Sibelius selections and was even more impressed with the Tomita versions as a result. It's an experience.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Lovell on 21 Feb. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Whats there to say about Isao Tomitas masterpiece "Bermuda Triangle" well as with so many of his early works from the 1970's he takes classical music tracks and gives their arrangments his own unique twist using his wall full of analogue synthersizers...

Now I like to think that Mr Tomita San does something with his music that no-one else can, the only way I can descripe it is that he gives music "Texture" that is to make it almost tangeble enough that you can touch it and taste it add to that the imagery that that is created in your head when you listen to his music is so vivid you can always picture the events depicted in the music and none more so than track 10 "Dazzling Cylinder that Crashed in Tunguska, Syberia" after 03:15 this track ACTUALLY sound like a UFO crash Landing its Awesome especiallyt when played on Headphones REALLY LOUDY, Mr Tomita also did some experimenting with this album, at a couple of points there is computer code inserted into the tracks, also he inveted his "Pyramid Sound" system using this album which used 4 speakers on the ground (one in each corner of a square) forming the pyramid base, and a fith speaker up above making the apex of the pyramid, this he did way back in 1978 and Tomita had invented Dolby 5.1 way before it was even throught of...

Now after all that there is one problem I have with this CD rendition, and thats the cover...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matthew D. Phillips on 13 May 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is an outstanding piece of work - definately the spaciest of all Tomita's albums and one that was very influential to my life in my late teens. The craftmanship on show here is remarkable, especially as this was made in 1979, this was really pioneering stuff that is as fresh today as it was then. Anyone who is interested in electronic music ahould have some Tomita in their collection and this one comes recommended - even though this is one of Tomita's most frenetic and energy driven albums there are plenty of delicate and beautiful moments intertwined therein. This particular CD has been remastered to a higher bit rate than the previous release - I am often dubious of remasters messing with the sound of a piece too much but this one seems to be pretty true to the original - it's true that I have never heard this album with this much punch or clarity before but there doesn't seem to be any negatives to the remastering either (at least to my ears). This edition also comes in an LP sleeve style package which includes a booklet with the original UK sleeve design on it (which is great - much more science fantasy than the original Japanese release). One of the keys to Tomita is that he takes electronic music and imbues it with so much evocative feeling that can literally take you on a Journey. All his other albums have something to offer - check 'em out!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard Laven on 18 Mar. 2013
Format: MP3 Download
Tomita's Bermuda triangle is one of Tomita's best albums - as is evidenced by the other reviews - and well worth the 32 pounds it costs for the hard copy. However Amazon.co.uk claims it's available as an MP3 for only 5.99. It's not - this albumis a hard rock various artist album. If it was Tomita I'd buy it like a shot, but it's not. Amazon need to change the links to this page and the reviews
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mild Dill Hotpot on 29 April 2011
Format: Audio CD
This has to rate as one of the most beguiling and unique pieces of music ever. Quite how someone goes about creating this is beyond my comprehension. I first heard this in the late 70`s, when i visited a friend`s house and his dad was playing it. I immediately went out and purchased a vinyl copy which i played to death, and i have just replaced it with a CD version. The only disappointment is that the have changed the artwork, the original was Blue with pictures pertaining to the album contents. If you have not heard anything by this guy before you are in for a rare treat, you should also check-out his re-workings of the old classics by Mussorgsky, Ravel, Holst etc, their ALL masterpieces in their own right....ENJOY!!!
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
One of music's biggest mysteries is why Isao Tomita is not more well-known and hailed as the genuis of electronic music that he is. His RCA recordings in the 1970s are seminal works that took the synthesiser and electronic music technology of the day to new heights, and The Bermuda Triangle is perhaps the culmination of that skill and artistry. Tomita tells a story with sound like never before - combining classical music themes and film scores (Close Encounters) with other-wordly soundscapes to portray science fiction and fantasy themes that takes a few listens to really embrace, but is ultimately one of the most rewarding listens you can have in this genre.

The only real omission in this CD version is a more faithful copy of the original gatefold LP sleeve artwork. It features in a small photo on the jewel case behind the CD, but it would have been nice to see the booklet reproduce this in more detail. Butl, it's the sound that matters at the end of the day. I first encountered The Bermuda Triangle in 1979 - and it is brilliant to have it on CD at last. Finally, with very reasonable shipping costs from Japanese suppliers, it's good to be able to track down these superb recordings from a master of electronic music.
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