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Van Der Graaf Generator – Still Life

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Van Der Graaf Generator - Still Life Still Life is an album by English progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator, originally released in 1976. It was their second album since reforming in 1975, the first being Go...

Tool – 10 000 Days

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Tool - 10 000 Days 10,000 Days is the fourth studio album by American rock band Tool. It debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, with first week sales of 564,000 copies. By the end of 2007 the album had sold ...

Rush – Moving Pictures

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Rush - Moving Pictures Moving Pictures became the band’s biggest selling album in the U.S., rising to #3 on the Billboard charts. It remains Rush’s most popular and commercially successful studio recording. Rush’s co...

Locanda delle Fate – Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Più

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Locanda delle Fate - Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Più AMG Review: This CD allows the discovery of a typical Italian band of seven members (double keyboards, double guitars, Italian vocals, bass, and drums). The sty...

Druid – Toward The Sun

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Druid - Toward The Sun AMG Review: Although it's not on the same level as the best progressive bands -- the drums and keyboards are not really up to the challenge presented by the guitars -- this album has been rathe...

Rick Wakeman – The Six Wives of Henry VIII

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Rick Wakeman - The Six Wives of Henry VIII AMG Review: Not only did this album help pave the way for progressive rock, but it also introduced the unbridled energy and overall effectiveness of the synthesizer as a bon...

Phideaux – Snowtorch

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Phideaux - Snowtorch Proarchives: Phideaux hasn't lost his sense of mystery throughout Snowtorch, and he hasn't lost his sense of melody. ...Phideaux - Snowtorch is more piano/ vintage keys oriented, with less guitar...

Hatfield and the North – Hatfield and the North

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Hatfield and the North - Hatfield and the North AMG Review: One of the Canterbury scene's most revered bands, Hatfield and the North made up for the brevity of their career with some fascinating music. Always adventu...

Haken – The Mountain

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Haken - The Mountain Progarchives: Haken has found a way to add new arrangements and sounds to their prog metal symphonic style. They still give us their share of times signatures, but this time there's some tone var...

Anglagard – Viljans Oga

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Anglagard - Viljans Oga Progarchives: The return of Änglagård: Viljans Oga sees the band admirably developing their sound. Whilst there's clearly a continuity between the approach of this album and that of Hybris and...

ELP – Trilogy

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ELP - Trilogy AMG Review: After the heavily distorted bass and doomsday church organ of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's debut album, the exhilarating prog rock of epic proportions on Tarkus, and the violent removal of t...

Chris Squire – Fish Out of Water

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Chris Squire - Fish Out of Water Fish Out of Water is the only solo album by English bass guitarist Chris Squire. Chris Squire - Fish Out of Water was released in 1975 on Atlantic Records during a period of inactivit...

Dream Theater – Images and Words

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Dream Theater - Images and Words AMG Review: Dream Theater's first album with new vocalist James LaBrie is an excellent mix of progressive metal stylings with heartfelt vocals and thought-provoking lyrics. Guitarist ...

Mostly Autumn – Music Inspired By Th Lord Of The Rings

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Mostly Autumn - Music Inspired By Th Lord Of The Rings Music Inspired by the Lord of the Rings is the fourth studio album by Mostly Autumn. The music is not inspired by the book by Tolkien, but was made because the f...

Ozric Tentacles – Erpland

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Ozric Tentacles - Erpland Progarchives: Not as energetic or dynamic perhaps as "Curious Corn" but this has a variety of sounds and styles to keep you entertained.This was originally released as a double album, so we ...

Pulsar – Pollen

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 Pulsar - Pollen Progarchives: Very much Floydian sounds for this good spacey and atmospheric album from this French band. Music is VERY quiet but really pleasant. Submerged with keys and featuring good fluting as ...

Camel – Camel (album)

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Camel - Camel (album) Progarchives: As debuts go, CAMEL takes the high road in search of a suitable resting place for astral travellers. The superlative playing and band chemistry is already in place, what remained w...

Wishbone Ash – Argus

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Wishbone Ash - Argus AMG Review: If Wishbone Ash can be considered a group who dabbled in the main strains of early-'70s British rock without ever settling on one (were they a prog rock outfit like Yes, a space rock ...

Gazpacho – Night

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 Gazpacho - Night Progarchives: Reading the reviews and looking at the posts in several threads on Prog Archives, Gazpacho - Night is a killer CD that will be one of the highlights of 2007! Well, here is my analysis,...

Yes – Tales from Topographic Oceans

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Yes - Tales from Topographic Oceans AMG Review: Four decades after its release, this is still the most controversial record in Yes' output. Tales from Topographic Oceans was the place where Yes either fulfilled all o...

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