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Quiet Sun – Mainstream

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Quiet Sun - Mainstream       Ted Mills: ' Phil Manzanera's pre-Roxy Music group never got to release their first attempt at an album, but in a break from Roxy in 1974, Manzanera regrouped the band and put out this ef...

Talk Talk – The Colour of Spring

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Talk Talk - The Colour of Spring       Chris Woodstra: 'With It's My Life, Talk Talk proved that they could pull off an entire album of strong material. With The Colour of Spring, they took it one step further, movin...

No-Man – Together We’re Stranger

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No-Man - Together We're Stranger       Kelvin Hayes: Accomplished but slow, Together We're Stranger further envelops the epic arrangements of its predecessor, Returning Jesus. The echo of Talk Talk shrouds this album...

Pain of Salvation – Falling Home

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Pain of Salvation - Falling Home       Lauryn Plummer: 'PAIN OF SALVATION are back with a stripped down acoustic album. 3 years since their last album “Road Salt Two” this album is seen as a follow up to the 2004 alb...

Opeth – Heritage

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      Thom Jurek: 'Heritage, Opeth's tenth studio offering, finds the Swedish band abandoning death metal: no growled vocals, no blistering fast power riffs, no blastbeats. Mixed by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, King...

Yes – Fly From Here

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      Bruce Eder: 'A decade after their last studio release, Yes has issued Fly from Here, and it's not only a keeper, but as good as any record to come from the group since 1974. Consisting here of Chris Squire (bass...

Gryphon – Red Queen to Gryphon Three

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      Mike DeGagne: 'Red Queen to Gryphon Three is only available coupled with the Raindance album on the same disc, but it has stood the test of time as an excellent progressive rock piece. The album centers around a...

Uriah Heep – Look at yourself

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      Donald A. Guarisco: 'The third time proved to be the charm for Uriah Heep: on Look at Yourself, the group perfects its fusion of heavy metal power and prog rock majesty, and the result is one of the best albums ...

Paladin – Charge !

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Paladin - Charge !       Jo-Ann Greene: 'Having failed to ignite the populace with their eponymous debut, a set brimming with joie de vivre and creative crossovers, Paladin decided the only way to break into the main...

The Zombies – Odessey and Oracle

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The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle       Bruce Eder: 'Odessey and Oracle was one of the flukiest (and best) albums of the 1960s, and one of the most enduring long players to come out of the entire British psychedelic b...

Jethro Tull – Aqualung

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Jethro Tull - Aqualung       Rovi Staff : 'The leap from 1970's Benefit to the following year's Aqualung is one of the most astonishing progressions in rock history. In the space of one album, Tull went from relative...

McDonald and Giles – McDonald and Giles

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McDonald and Giles - McDonald and Giles       McDonald and Giles is an album of music released by British musicians Ian McDonald and Michael Giles in 1971. The album was recorded at Island Studios between May and Jul...

Porcupine Tree – Lightbulb Sun

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Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun       Ned Raggett: 'Some older fans looked askance at Lightbulb Sun, feeling it was verging on overt commercialism (and admittedly, the near power ballad solo on "Where We Would Be" is ...

Lunatic Soul – Lunatic Soul

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Lunatic Soul - Lunatic Soul       Amazon: 'Great artists are rarely content to keep repeating themselves, and rarely are they content to exist and create within one genre. So it really wasn’t a surprise that Riversid...

Focus – Moving Waves

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Focus - Moving Waves       Paul Collins: 'The album that boosted Focus into at least semi-fame outside of continental Europe, Moving Waves blasts off with their hit single, "Hocus Pocus." Built around a killer guitar...

Atomic Rooster – In Hearing Of Atomic Rooster

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Atomic Rooster - In Hearing Of Atomic Rooster Progarchives: 'Probably the best progressive album ever produced by a group that no one talks about. In Hearing of Atomic Rooster belts out a broad range of great songs f...

Deep Purple – Deep Purple III

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Deep Purple - Deep Purple III     Bruce Eder: 'This is a record that even those who aren't Deep Purple fans can listen to two or three times in one sitting -- but then, this wasn't much like any other album that the ...

Yes – Close To The Edge

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Yes - Close To The Edge Dave Thompson: 'With 1971's Fragile having left Yes poised quivering on the brink of what friend and foe acknowledged was the peak of the band's achievement, Close to the Edge was never going ...

Blackfield – Blackfield II

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Blackfield - Blackfield II     Progarchives: Once again Steven Wilson and Aviv Geffen managed to deliver a fine, catchy progressive pop/rock album. Just like Blackfield self titled debut Blackfield II consists out of...

Frost* – Milliontown

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Frost* - Milliontown Prograrchives: 'Simply put, a marvelous release. I can help use only superlatives for this debut album. Excellent musicianship, originality and freshness in aboundance in both rythm, arrangements...

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