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Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics

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Atem
Atem is an album by the German electronic music group Tangerine Dream. The music on Atem ranges from slow atmospheric pieces to more aggressive percussion and vocal experiments with dynamic Mellotron orchestrations. The release of the album in 1973 marked the end of the band's seminal "Pink Years" period, with future albums adopting a more structured sound. The baby pictured on the cover is Jerome Froese, the son of Edgar Froese, who would eventually become a member of Tangerine Dream. He was two years four months old at the time this album was released. It was largely through DJ John Peel's enthusiastic championing of this album, that Tangerine Dream first came to the attention of British music listeners in a big way, ordering copies of the group's albums through mail order companies. According to legend, it was this mail order activity that caused Richard Branson to take notice.

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