Jerome Froese | C8 H10 N4 O2

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C8 H10 N4 O2

by Jerome Froese

Jerome certainly shows his trademark sound which can be found in Tangerine Dream releases.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Electronic
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Album Notes
Special limited edition, numbered single.
Composed, arranged, produced and performed by: Jerome Froese, Berlin, Germany, July 2004.
Guitars & guitar FX: Jerome Froese

Well I have just listened to the track excerpt. Very catchy with good direction.
2004. Geoffrey Keogh / Ireland

C8 H10 N4 O2 - The chemical formula for caffeine. I look forward to hearing the rest of this track.
2004. Carlo / USA

Well this Jerome on his best a very well structured composition. And to say this I don't need caffeine to listen to it. So if you don't have it your missing aver nice piece of music.
Now waiting for his first solo album
2004. Hans Sijtsma / The Netherlands

Great composition! Can't wait to see if Shiver me Timbers will live up to this.
2007. John LaBombard Jr / USA

In 2004 the ambitioned Dutch label Groove Unlimited released the single C8H10N4O2 (the chemical formula for caffeine) featuring a seven minute track of the same name by Jerome Froese.
Opposed to his former solo releases that were released under his pseudonym TDJ Rome, the single was labelled with his own name now, and the music is much more in the style of recent Tangerine Dream albums (especially those of the Dream Mixes series like DM 4) than his former solo works.
This track was a good example of the music to be expected on his first full length album Neptunes that was finally released in late 2005.
Michael Berling / Voices In The Net


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