While my earlier review ("Easy Listening Froese") still remains true, the release in 2003 of the Edgar Froese "Ambient Highway" series (see "Introduction to the Ambient Highway
") largely makes this 2-CD set redundant. That series' four volumes features highly improved remixes of all of this set's tracks, with the exception of just two ('Scarlet Score for Mescalero' and 'Detroit Snackbar Dreamer') both of which are now to be found on the 2005 "Stuntman
" re-release. Indeed, complete re-workings of several of the original Edgar Froese solos albums from which these tracks were taken are also available separately now: "Aqua 2005", "Epsilon in Malaysian Pale 2005", "Macula Transfer 2005
", "Stuntman 2005" and "Pinnacles 2005"; or else in compilation version on "Orange Light Years" as well as "The Ambient Highway" series.
Personally, I think you'd be better off investigating the much more vibrant "new" Froese direction to be found in "Dalinetopia
". It has much more to say than any of this old stuff.