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Ultima Thule Part 1

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  1. Mar 18,  · Tangerine Dream "Ultima Thule Part 1" - Duration: Aguirre II 24, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Tangerine Dream - Ultima Thule Part 2 YouTube;.
  2. The first part is basically a rock version of "Fly & Collision of Coma Solis" from Alpha Centauri. "Asteroid Agenda" sounds like a different version of the title track to Zeit with new sound effects, still creating that wonderful eerie atmosphere I love of Zeit to begin with.
  3. Ultima Thule (Thyle ultima) is an island of the Ocean in the northwestern region, beyond Britannia, taking its name from the sun, because there the sun makes its summer solstice, and there is no daylight beyond (ultra) this. Hence its sea is sluggish and frozen.
  4. Nearly 30 years after the original release, Ultima Thule, Part One was re-released on an official TD album (Antique Dreams, ) for the first time. In the single was released as 5-inch CD as part of the Japan-only re-release of Alpha Centauri.
  5. Ultima Thule Part 1 7" – Tangerine Dream: Ultima Thule Part 2 7" – Tangerine Dream: Sunset In The Fifth System: – Tangerine Dream: Asteroid Agenda: – Tangerine Dream: Maroubra Bay: – Tangerine Dream: Borealis: – Tangerine Dream: Mysterious Semblance At The Strand Of.
  6. Ultima Thule, in literature, the furthest possible place in the world. Thule was the northernmost part of the habitable ancient world. (See Thule culture.) References to ultima Thule in modern literature appear in works by Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and the .
  7. Part 1 also looks ahead to post-punk groups like Joy Division, Wire & The Comsat Angels. "Ultima Thule" part 2 is a more sedate affair that is much more in line with the group's albums. This piece just kind of hangs there in the air, aided by dreary keyboards and Nick Mason style rolling percussion.
  8. Nov 12,  · Ultima Thule is a term that was used in ancient times to describe a place beyond the known world, but the phrase was adopted by Nazis and other right-wing extremists to refer to the mythical home.
  9. Ultima Thule primarily refers to: Thule, a Latin (and earlier Greek) name for an island north of Britain Arrokoth, a Kuiper belt object previously nicknamed “Ultima Thule” before its official naming, visited on January 1, by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.

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