Album artwork for Franz Kafka - The Castle by Tangerine Dream

Originally released on CD in 2013, The Castle is based on a story by Franz Kafka and is the last of a series of albums with music based on the works of certain artists (after Edgar Allan Poe, Gustav Meyrink and James Joyce). There is a hidden secret behind this unfinished story by Franz Kafka- The Castle is never meant to be a building as we would expect it. Kafka goes further, much further. The story follows a deeper study of mankind and society and is maybe one of the most challenging projects Tangerine Dream came up with. In the words of the late Edgar Froese, “It is impossible to transform ‘The Castle’ into music. That’s why it will never be more than an incomplete and abortive attempt. If we fail, then at least the risk is worth applause.” Whether the album can capture the spirit of the original, everyone must decide for themselves... The Castle is released on Kscope for the first time on 2LP, remastered for vinyl by regular Tangerine Dream collaborator Harald Pairits and presented in a gatefold sleeve.

Tangerine Dream

Franz Kafka - The Castle

Kscope
Album artwork for Franz Kafka - The Castle by Tangerine Dream
LPx2

£39.99

Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve.

Black
Released 10/07/2020Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1069

Tangerine Dream

Franz Kafka - The Castle

Kscope
Album artwork for Franz Kafka - The Castle by Tangerine Dream
LPx2

£39.99

Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve.

Black
Released 10/07/2020Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1069

Originally released on CD in 2013, The Castle is based on a story by Franz Kafka and is the last of a series of albums with music based on the works of certain artists (after Edgar Allan Poe, Gustav Meyrink and James Joyce). There is a hidden secret behind this unfinished story by Franz Kafka- The Castle is never meant to be a building as we would expect it. Kafka goes further, much further. The story follows a deeper study of mankind and society and is maybe one of the most challenging projects Tangerine Dream came up with. In the words of the late Edgar Froese, “It is impossible to transform ‘The Castle’ into music. That’s why it will never be more than an incomplete and abortive attempt. If we fail, then at least the risk is worth applause.” Whether the album can capture the spirit of the original, everyone must decide for themselves... The Castle is released on Kscope for the first time on 2LP, remastered for vinyl by regular Tangerine Dream collaborator Harald Pairits and presented in a gatefold sleeve.