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 Dancing in Limbo by QUANTUM FANTAY album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.67 | 21 ratings

Dancing in Limbo
Quantum Fantay Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rivertree
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3 stars QUANTUM FANTAY are dancing in limbo right here while playing with track names respectively times en passant. Whereas the limbo bar is lowered during the course, something quite essential in order to keep things in suspense, the track lengths are slightly increasing though - for one second again and again exactly. Well, this smells like a concept. Concerning the line-up there's a minor change to state on guitar, yet Tom Tas is aboard, substituting Dario Frodo, who at least guests on one track though.

QUANTUM FANTAY surely are a flagship when it comes to groovy space rock music, Pete Mush's synthesizer work comes exemplary overall. And, yeah, Ed Wynne is involved here too, which vehemently points to the album's musical essence. Therefore this album is made of spacey stuff as usual, in the vein of Ozric Tentacles, Mantric Muse, Tidal Flood, Hidria Spacefolk and similar. A proper formula indeed, designated band fans will be delighted again, also since Sla (Karel Slabbaert) is one of the party once more with his flute.

Where the last three album songs are more from a decent attitude, the opener Nimbo immediately hit me like a storm. Probably the most inspired song I've heard from them by now. Due to what? ... eh, maybe it's the constantly alternating tempo and mood, or just also taking the dub drenched parts into account, alternatively the magnificent rhythm as well as soloing guitar. A perfect tune they can be proud of. Would be nice to know which band member finally could limbo under the bar at best.


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 Argus  by WISHBONE ASH album cover Studio Album, 1972
4.19 | 538 ratings

Wishbone Ash Prog Related

Review by justaguy

1 stars I stumblex many times pn the high tating of Wisbone Ash and never understood why. Once again, I have seen it here highly rated as prog related album. This one, I didn't hear before. Of course, I had to try. After all, it sits there. as a top record, next to Led Zeppelin, Queen, Black Sabbath, Rainbow, etc. Alas, again a dissapointment. An ordinary rock record, like thousand that have been made last 50 years. I couldn' t find any outstanding song here. Yes,sure, it is played well and there are even a few nice gutar hooks here and there, byt that is it. For competioneers...


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 The Days Of Deucalion, Chapter 2 by LEAP DAY album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.28 | 36 ratings

The Days Of Deucalion, Chapter 2
Leap Day Neo-Prog

Review by FabioAudisio

5 stars Leap Day is around in this weird corner of the music business since 2008 and they have delivered some remarkable albums. Remarkable because of the outstanding music they keep on delivering. But not only remarkable in a positive way. What to think of all those strange titles they came up with? I mean, 'Awaking the muse', what do they mean by that! And who in the world is Skylge??

Anyway, now we have to deal with Deucalion. And at least now I do understand who we're talking about. I also understand the concept they've been working with. It is all explained in the booklets of Chapter 1 and now Chapter 2. I wasn't familiar with the work of mister Velikovsky but after some research on the www I found out he was a close friend to Einstein himself, but he also has made a lot of enemies with his written theories . I think he never could expect that 65 years later a few Dutch musicians would create two albums based on his ideas.

Back to the music. Because that's what we're here for. 'From the days of Deucalion, Chapter 2' is by far the best symphonic record I've heard in a long time! Nine outstanding songs, connected with each other in such a clever way, that's what this cd is about. Very vulnerable moments are followed by harsh and cruel motives. This album is like a musical rollercoaster. Bombastic orchestral moments are followed by funky passages. You can find Chinese music here, but also a true hymn. It's like a free ride in a candy store for my ears! Everywhere you can find tight playing crafty hands delivering the finest rock music you can ask for. Outstanding songwriting and very well played. Especially the voice of Jos Harteveld I like a lot! But great guitar melodies and superb keyboards are also ruling everywhere on this disc. Leap Day find themselves on top of the Dutch progressive rock scene, no doubt about that. Bravo guys! And a huge Thank You for this (again!) wonderful album!


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 The Wall (The Soundtrack From A Film by Roger Waters and Sean Evans) by WATERS, ROGER album cover Live, 2015
3.00 | 1 ratings

The Wall (The Soundtrack From A Film by Roger Waters and Sean Evans)
Roger Waters Crossover Prog

Review by Shad

— First review of this album —
3 stars Well, I believe that The Wall is one of the greatest and grandest music works of the XX century, but I doubt I would have fallen in love with it had this been the original. It is abrasive and to my ears is not as captivating or monolithic or smooth as it was captured on another live show Is There Anybody Out There - The Wall Live 1980-81. I don't like new sound effects, keyboard and guitar tones which are used and additions to the original. I think that the show itself is fantastic and I enjoyed the movie, but since this review is about the soundtrack only three stars.


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 Cheiro De Vida by CHEIRO DE VIDA album cover Studio Album, 1984
3.18 | 12 ratings

Cheiro De Vida
Cheiro De Vida Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by GKR

4 stars Common place for a long time in the Brazilian music scene were the formations of support bands for artists more renowned. The reasons were of a practical and financial order: having little studio material (and of low quality, sometimes) the groups could freely rehearse and then provided support in the studio for the compositions of solo artists with better equipment, also performing live with this "big-shots". So it was with Som Imagin'rio and Milton Nascimento; Os Braz'es and Gal Costa, among others.

Apparently CHEIRO DE VIDA also started this way. Perhaps the most critical aspect from them was the change of the band to another state, which may explain sometimes why some bands are not recognized within their territories of origin. What further complicates be successful on a national level: the bands may not be recognized by listeners from the same location from where they left! Music was something difficult to do in Brazil for 40, 30 years ago (and still is!).

But let's for music: the interesting thing from bands who spend years playing with other artists is that they end up producing a lot of music and practicing well enough. When they can go to a studio to record their own album themselves, is that it seems to happen a flurry of styles, compositions and arrangements of all of what they would have played in the previous period. That was the feeling listening to the only self-titled album "Cheiro de Vida". From a stantard jazz style to Indian music. The album is eclectic as it could be the entire career of a group devoted only to itself. And the nice is that this mixture work from one track to another.

I'm tempted to give 5 stars, but I think it would be a bit of an exaggeration. The album is good and can be a great addition to the music library either, so, lets go wit 4.


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 Tone Float (Organisation) by KRAFTWERK album cover Studio Album, 1969
3.16 | 65 ratings

Tone Float (Organisation)
Kraftwerk Progressive Electronic

Review by Tarcisio Moura
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2 stars I got this one out of pure curiosity. I am currently reading Kraftwerk´s excellent biography Publikation and I was interested in learning a bit more about their early days. As I was expecting, this one has very little to do with the Kraftwerk sounds we all know. this is a far more experimental/krautrock/psychedelic act of the day. There are no songs as such, they are more like jams and seem to be more or less created at the moment. Although both main members Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider are here, you´ll hardly notice. Lots of percussion by courtesy of indian born Basil Hammoud. In fact, the whole side 1 of the original vinyl is an exercise of percussive instruments laced with some other instruments here and there. I found it rather hard to listen to its 20:46 minutes of running time, although I must admit that some flute playing by Schneider is indeed interesting (he was much more an accomplished flutist than I thought).

By the end of side two things improve a little, which is not much, but at least the tunes seem to have a little more direction and melodies. Still, like so many other free styled jams of the period, it is not my cup of tea. Most of the stuff just seems pointless exercises that, if recorded, should be used only to pick up the best bits for use on more structured and and dynamic stuff known as songs. If it was not that flimsy link with Kraftwerk I wonder if this record would be of any interest at all (expect for those few who really enjoy this kind of music - and there were far better groups doing the same genre).

Recommended only for Kraftwerk completionists and die hard fans of long, improvised, spacey jams. 2 stars.


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 Love, Fear And The Time Machine by RIVERSIDE album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.04 | 308 ratings

Love, Fear And The Time Machine
Riverside Progressive Metal

Review by tszirmay
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4 stars The Incident: So here is Steve Wilson sitting in a boardroom (a bored room?), informing his esteemed Porcupine Tree colleagues that time has come to 'erase the hand' and 'move on' (just like 'she' did), putting the mercurial band on hold, for who knows how long . Bassist Colin Edwin just smirks and smiles like he always does, the perennial Mr.Chill, while Richard Barbieri mumbles an 'Alright then!' and moves to Japan. Drummer extraordinaire Gavin Harrison turns Crimson and the King barely shrugs as he never has experienced unemployment anyway. 'My perfect life would be to go solo and do my own thing, lads but not to worry, I found the right band to continue our style. These Polish dudes Riverside have always copied us, well, they are free to do so now'. Wilson leaves the room with 'Bonnie the Cat', 'Even Less' irritated than when he had ordered a 'Lightbulb Sun', earlier in the day. Oh well'..

Mariusz Duda is no dummy, savvy enough to know that chess is quite popular in Central and Eastern Europe, so every move has a counter move, no? 'Don't Hate Me' he is heard humming smartly, he will play his tune regardless, being a Lunatic Soul. After a deluge of soft albums followed by hard ones, looks like Riverside has gone 'Hatesong' with their latest offering 'Love, Fear and the Time Machine', a sideway sashay that will please some fans and enrage others. The harsh guitar metal onslaught is nowhere to be heard, the growling silliness is completely erased and the mood is way more melodic (read: accessible) than ever before. The songs are also way shorter, more succinct and to the point, the instrumental fat trimmed off completely. Disappointing? Not really and let me explain why. The melodies are magnificent and the delivery is simply first class. It must be said that this sounds more like Duda's solo work (Lunatic Soul) at times but with a little less contemplation and way more approachability. Also it's perhaps more feminine and less masculine than , say 'Anno Domini', for sure. There is very little doubt that a gemstone song like 'Time Travellers' could and should be a hit by any existing standard, armed as it is with the deadliest of melodies. The heartfelt chorus is utterly genial and the entire experience is one of classic prog perfection. 'Let's go back to the world that was 30 years ago and let's believe this is our time' repeated often enough to be seared into the brain, a pastoral and jazzy backdrop, gently rippling organ rolling in the grooves. Timeless indeed.

Funny that the first song is entitled 'Lost' and the final one, 'Found', definitely proof of their detail-oriented shrewdness, a band that has reached maturity. 'Lost' is a vaporous lullaby, swirls of mood that again wink at Porcupine Tree's 'Lazarus' when the following lyric parallels the latter ( 'Come, follow me down where the river flows'), a coincidence ? No, just an 'Incident'! One is a valley, the other a river, how quaint'.The guitar solo is wavy, bright and suave, a simple glide down the neck and thrills galore.

The brooding 'Under the Pillow' opens the proceedings with a convincing rant that offers clanging guitar and Mariusz' defiantly soft voice, a sinewy atmosphere that sounds closer to old REM or the Church, slashed by a buzzing axe furrow and an insistent chorus that repeats the title. Yeah, 'watching too much daytime TV' can kill you indeed! This also has a definite PTree stylistic feel, mostly due to the voice that does sound quite similar to Mr. Wilson's. A churning Hammond blast gives this a lovely sheen what with Duda's thick bass scouring the lower ledge with authority. Great song, must be said. Another winner is '#Addicted' , pumped along with a bopping bassline that only serves to elevate the thrilling melody, a musical universe where fragility and despair coalesce, throwing in some harsher guitar notes, relentless drumming and Duda's seductive croon ruling the waves. Great song again.

The mysteriously muted 'Caterpillar and the Barbed Wire' begins generously minimalistic with bass and voice leading the charge, later joined by binary drum fills and a rattling guitar adornment. The organ does provide some brooding melancholy, a perfect foil for the otherwise gloomy trust lyrics. The restrained and crystalline axe solo is simple and yet effective. The finale is suitably grandiose and aggressive but more like insistent then say, noisy. Great stuff, really.

The pieces that are closest to classic Riverside are the longer ones like the moody 'Saturate Me' and the cyclically vaporous 'Towards the Blue Horizons', both extremely evocative with a sizeable amount of instrumental preponderance, giving guitarist Grudzinski and ivory man Lapaj (who truly shines throughout this release) room to roam and 'dream on'. These will please the fans without any hesitation, a cool duo of stalwart music that hits the spot. Both are killer!

The big surprise is the thrilling 'Discard Your Fear' , a lament that fits more into the Steve Wilson mode, bopping bass leading the charge, massive mood changes (Lapaj again) and convincing delivery by all. At times brooding, greasy and urban, they aggress nicely towards a Killing Joke 'Love like Blood' riff before going 'Insurgentes'. The axe rages loudly and resonates wildly, a very impressive display by Mr Grudzinski, indeed! Duda's fragile vocals are intuitive and breathless. Amazing!

The finale is 'Found' and it succeeds as a glorious wave goodbye, until the next time, whichever the Riverside wind may blow. The mood is climactic, 'Oooh It's a lovely life'' pointing towards some future bliss. Some hard-core fans will be disappointed but I say just raise the volume to louder, as the production and sound is clearly top notch and let the caress begin.

4.5 polished Poles


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 AdC by ACCORDO DEI CONTRARI album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.78 | 25 ratings

Accordo Dei Contrari Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by andrea
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Adc is the third studio album by Accordo dei Contrari, a band from Bologna. It was released in 2014 on the independent label Altrock with a consolidated line up featuring Marco Marzo (electric and acoustic guitar), Daniele Piccinini (bass), Cristian Franchi (drums) and Giovanni Parmeggiani (Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ, Minimoog, acoustic piano). According to the liner notes, the album was recorded live in studio in Riolo Terme, a small town in the province of Ravenna. The recording sessions took only three days with short overdubs and this work is the expression of a very cohesive collective. It reflects the positive atmosphere of the period the members of the band spent together with the aim of depicting the dynamics or the contrasts you see in everyday life through sounds... The result is an excellent instrumental album recommended to fans of bands such as Area, D.F.A or Perigeo.

The opener "Nadir" begins softly, the mood is dreamy. The title refers to a word coming from Arab that defines the direction pointing directly below a particular location... After a while the dreamy atmosphere changes, the rhythm becomes nervous before calming down again, but it's just a momentary pause before a new electric, frenzied ride towards deep underground spaces...

According to the liner notes, the following "Dandelion" is dedicated to Geoff Logsdon, the founder of Pleasant Green Records. The title refers to a large genus of flowering plants native to Eurasia and North America usually found as commonplace wild flowers worldwide. It's a tense, dynamic piece full of energy that could recall the soundtracks of Italian 70s action films...

The mysterious "Seth Zeugma" is enhanced by the contribute of two guest musicians, Vladimiro Cantaluppi (violin) and Enrico Guerzoni (cello). This piece blends with excellent results classical music elements with electric, jazzy inspirations and Middle Eastern touches of colour. There are many changes in tempos and mood and some passages could recall Area. The title comes from two words taken from the Ancient Greek. Seth refers to the god of the desert, storms, disorder, violence and foreigners in ancient Egyptian religion while Zeugma is a figure of speech in which one single phrase or word joins different parts of a sentence...

The lively, pulsing "Dua" swings from funky passages to more obscure, disquieting moments and vice versa... The title seems to refer to an Arabic word meaning to "call out" or to "summon". According to wikipedia sources, in the terminology of Islam, dua is an act of supplication and Muslims regard this as a profound act of worship. Who or what is invoked here? The answer is up to you...

The title of the following "Tiglath" could refer to an ancient king of Assyria (in the liner notes there's no explanation). In some way listening to this beautiful piece makes think of the film The Scorpion King, even if it was set in Egypt and not in contemporary Syria. Try to imagine a mysterious, powerful king coming to life again to carry out his terrible vengeance against those found guilty of the raging war that is destroying everything, even the archaeological sites, in his former kingdom... Here the music features some Middle Eastern flavours and could recall again Area and their revolutionary energy and musical force.

The delicate, acoustic "Più limpida e chiara di ogni impressione vissuta, part II" (Clearer, brighter than any lived impression) features the guests Vladimiro Cantaluppi (violin) and Marina Scaramagli (cello) and ends the album with a dreamy mood. According to the liner notes, this piece is dedicated to a woman, Annachiara, and its atmosphere is very different from the frenzied, aggressive first part that was released on the previous album Kublai in 2011. If both parts try to describe in music the hopes and fears of everyone's life, this one is definitively more calm and optimistic and represents a perfect conclusion for a beautiful, intense work that is really worth listening to...

Have a try! You can listen to the complete album on bandcamp.


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 Are(A)zione by AREA album cover Live, 1975
4.06 | 52 ratings

Area Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by VianaProghead

4 stars Review Nº 39

This is my third review of an Area's album. Chronologically, this is their fourth album which was released later in the same year as their third studio album "Crac!" released in 1975. But this time, we have a live album. As I wrote before, in general I prefer studio albums instead of live albums, in the most of the cases. However, with Area I don't know if that it's true. What happens with Area is that they're essentially a great live group. I know that, because I had the lucky to see a live concert of the band in "Festa do Avante" in Lisbon in 1976. If you want to know more about that live concert, I suggest you to read, in this site, my review about their second live album "Parigi-Lisbona" released in 1996.

Area is really a very special progressive rock group. Their music is an uncompromising blend of jazz rock/fusion, Italian ethnic folk and free experimentation music with some electronic musical effects. Lyrically, they have real political philosophies supported by left-wing lyrics. All of this made of them a truly unique presence in the Italian rock scene during those times. Fronting the band's music, we have the unique, spectacular and inimitable voice of their singer Demetrio Stratos. The Demetrio's voice, embellished with his own operatic avant-garde vocal techniques with yodels and growls, is completely unique in the world. Taking all this things together, and joining the fact that the group has played at many festivals organized by the Communist Parties in several countries all over the world, and doing justice to the band's name "Area ? International POPular Group", the final result was a very unique live band.

But by the way, about their political leanings, communists, I'm one of the persons who think that their music is so incredible and great that I don't care about their political preferences. In general I don't care about that, and those kind of things don't put me off of enjoy their music. For instance, on the other side of the coin, the Museo Rosenbach were usually accused of being fascists, because of the bust of Mussolini in the collage cover artwork of their debut studio album "Zarathustra" released in 1973, and that the lyrics of the album were inspired by the Nietzsche's superman. But that never stopped me of love the album and to think that it's one of the great gems of the progressive Italian rock.

"Are(a)zione" is their debut live album and was released in 1975. The live musical pieces recorded on the album were taken from live recordings performed in "Parco Lambro" in Milan, "Festa Dell'Unitá" in Naples, "Festa Della Gioventù" in Rimini, "Teatro Comunale" in Regio Emilia and in other concerts held in Italy.

The album takes one song from each of their three previous studio albums, and they seemed to be chosen to give a brief outline of the musical career of the group. The rest of the album is adding with almost complete free improvisation music, so essential and important to the taste and the ideas of the band.

So, "Are(a)zione" has five tracks. The first track "Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (Nero)" is a live version of an original song recorded on their debut studio album "Arbeit Macht Frei" released in 1973. The second track "La Mela Di Odessa" is a live version of an original song recorded on their third studio album "Crac!" released in 1975. The third track "Cometa Rossa" is a live version of an original song recorded on their second studio album "Caution Radiation Area" released in 1974. The fourth track "Are(a)zione" is an astonishing track with free improvisation of a harmonic invention by the group. This is a completely a new theme, which wasn't ever recorded on any of the studio albums released by the band, previously. The fifth track "L'Internazionale" is a vanguard free associative of a free experimental version of the band, of the communist hymn, "The International". It was recorded for the first time as a band's single, in 1974, and it became the classic theme that closed almost all the live concerts performed by the group.

Conclusion: "Are(a)zione" is a great live album from a great live band. It's probably the best live album released by the group. In this moment, when I'm writing this review, I only have three live albums from the band but I only know two of them, "Are(a)zione" and "Parigi-Lisbona". The other live album "Live in Torino 1977", I just bought it now, and sincerely, I haven't had time to listen to it, yet. On "Are(a)zione" the live versions of the songs are much closer to the studio versions, while on "Parigi-Lisbona" the live versions of the songs have more free improvisations. By the other hand, "Are(a)zione" has a better sound and is much better produced. In contrast to a number of Area live recordings that suffer from significant deficiencies of the sound, "Are(a)zione" is an excellent album. This is certainly a very good live album and it's perhaps the perfect choice for anyone to start with Area. In a certain way, it tells us, in a short way, the Area's story better than the band's studio albums, or even better than the compilations of them. So, "Are(a)zione" is what you mainly need from the band. It's simply one of the greatest live albums of the Italian progressive scene.

Prog is my Ferrari. Jem Godfrey (Frost*)


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 Dark Matter by IQ album cover Studio Album, 2004
4.03 | 762 ratings

Dark Matter
IQ Neo-Prog

Review by Quinino

5 stars My ALL-TIME Greatest #19

Can this band do much better than this? From the late news apparently so, the way the recent Road of Bones has received the highest accolades all across the board. But, there is always a but, where else can you hear this monster of an epic by the name of Harvest of Souls?

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For once let's start by the end, because it's the final and longer track that deserves the highlight here: what a musical roller-coaster this HoS is, 24 plus minutes with non-stopping ups and downs, highs and lows, fasts and slows!
The album is all excellent, don't get me wrong, a true apex of the so-called Neo-Prog genre, but the epic is a case apart ' a clever long developing song that carries you on a journey of emotions, the emotions that I so dearly look for in the progressive realm: one moment you are exalted, the next deeply moved, and then again uplifted in a climax of feeling and musical explosion.

I can't resist to make a parallel with my beloved 'Gates of Delirium' (you know what I'm talking about, don't you?) in form and substance alike, not to mention equal (very HIGH) pleasurability.


The first notes immediately set the profound, prevailing somber tone which intensifies the whole emotional experience, even enhanced on repeated listens: I get back for more and indeed I keep getting more every time.

Peter Nicholls is in top form and takes the vocals to attain such a level of expressive symbiosis with the lyrics that make it really memorable and out-stand from the competition

Musicianship and production: highly professional and effective, a machine at full-speed-ahead.


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List of all PA collaborators

  1. Close To The Edge
  2. Thick As A Brick
    Jethro Tull
  3. Selling England By The Pound
  4. Wish You Were Here
    Pink Floyd
  5. In The Court Of The Crimson King
    King Crimson
  6. Foxtrot
  7. Dark Side Of The Moon
    Pink Floyd
  8. Red
    King Crimson
  9. Animals
    Pink Floyd
  10. Godbluff
    Van Der Graaf Generator
  11. Fragile
  12. Pawn Hearts
    Van Der Graaf Generator
  13. Nursery Cryme
  14. Larks' Tongues In Aspic
    King Crimson
  15. Per Un Amico
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  16. Moving Pictures
  17. Mirage
  18. Hybris
  19. Moonmadness
  20. Hemispheres
  21. Relayer
  22. Io Sono Nato Libero
    Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
  23. In A Glass House
    Gentle Giant
  24. Darwin!
    Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
  25. Si On Avait Besoin D'Une Cinquième Saison
  26. Storia Di Un Minuto
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  27. A Farewell To Kings
  28. Kind Of Blue
    Miles Davis
  29. Aqualung
    Jethro Tull
  30. Birds Of Fire
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
  31. Crime Of The Century
  32. Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    Steven Wilson
  33. Meddle
    Pink Floyd
  34. Still Life
  35. Hot Rats
    Frank Zappa
  36. The Silent Corner And The Empty Stage
    Peter Hammill
  37. Ommadawn
    Mike Oldfield
  38. H To He, Who Am The Only One
    Van Der Graaf Generator
  39. Depois Do Fim
  40. The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)
    Steven Wilson
  41. The Yes Album
  42. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
  43. Permanent Waves
  44. Images And Words
    Dream Theater
  45. Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory
    Dream Theater
  46. Scheherazade And Other Stories
  47. In a Silent Way
    Miles Davis
  48. One Size Fits All
    Frank Zappa
  49. Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh
  50. The Grand Wazoo
    Frank Zappa
  51. Still Life
    Van Der Graaf Generator
  52. The Road Of Bones
  53. The Snow Goose
  54. A Trick of the Tail
  55. Octopus
    Gentle Giant
  56. Free Hand
    Gentle Giant
  57. In The Land Of Grey And Pink
  58. The Power And The Glory
    Gentle Giant
  59. Rock Bottom
    Robert Wyatt
  60. K.A
  61. Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
    Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
  62. Second Life Syndrome
  63. Zarathustra
    Museo Rosenbach
  64. Arbeit Macht Frei
  65. Spectrum
    Billy Cobham
  66. Blackwater Park
  67. Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Emerson Lake & Palmer
  68. Viljans Öga
  69. Misplaced Childhood
  70. In Absentia
    Porcupine Tree
  71. Fear Of A Blank Planet
    Porcupine Tree
  72. Ghost Reveries
  73. L'isola di niente
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  74. The Inner Mounting Flame
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
  75. Hatfield And The North
    Hatfield And The North
  76. Acquiring the Taste
    Gentle Giant
  77. Time Control
    Hiromi Uehara
  78. Hamburger Concerto
  79. Space Shanty
  80. Remedy Lane
    Pain Of Salvation
  81. Radio Gnome Invisible Vol. 3 - You
  82. The Perfect Element Part 1
    Pain Of Salvation
  83. Rubycon
    Tangerine Dream
  84. Script For A Jester's Tear
  85. Doomsday Afternoon
  86. Felona E Sorona
    Le Orme
  87. Lateralus
  88. Elegant Gypsy
    Al Di Meola
  89. Part the Second
    Maudlin Of The Well
  90. If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
  91. Voyage Of The Acolyte
    Steve Hackett
  92. Until All The Ghosts Are Gone
  93. Caravanserai
  94. Choirs Of The Eye
    Kayo Dot
  95. Bitches Brew
    Miles Davis
  96. Sing To God
  97. Uzed
    Univers Zero
  98. Anabelas
  99. Symbolic
  100. Romantic Warrior
    Return To Forever

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