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 What's Hidden There ? by SVANFRIDUR album cover Studio Album, 1972
3.45 | 21 ratings

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What's Hidden There ?
Svanfridur Heavy Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars One year of life and a collectable album was what this Icelandict act left behind.Svanfridur were formed in 1972 by ex-Náttúra singer/keyboardist Petur Wigelund Kristjansson, guitarist Birgir Hrafnsson, bassist Gunnar Hermannsson and drummer Sigurdur Karlsson.They toured around Iceland for numerous live shows, including also two trips to the Faroe Islands, but they were unable to get a contract on a proper label.Still they travelled to London and record their only album ''What's hidden there?'' at the Majestic Studios.The album was pressed there, but released only in Iceland in late-72'.

Swirling around as a rare Psych/Prog release, this is actually a Hippy/Psychedelic Rock album sung in English with minor progressive touches and a pretty versatile sound.They were heavily influenced by British Psych Rock and their sound was more into a late-60's mood than into a reputed progressive spirit.Lots of impressive vocals, balanced guitar solos and leads and a steady rhythm section are the elements characterizing most pieces towards a rather melodic and laid-back atmosphere.Some tracks contain a few rural vibes performed on strings and flute, while the use of piano and Moog synthesizer are the only true connections with Prog Rock, pretty limited and not very pronounced to say the truth.Leave any expectations for intricate material aside and the album ends up to be a trully enjoyable listening with memorable parts and occasional instrumental flashes with jazzy, bluesy and folky touches.Certain parts with a neurotic synth edge do sound quasi-progressive, but the dominance here is the nice use of guitars, sometimes with a heavier sound, and the clean vocals.

The album sold only a few hundred copies, leading the band to a decision for dissolution in mid-73', even if veteran guitarist Bjorrgvin Gislason (also from Náttúra) appeared to have join them.Kristjansson and Gislason went on to form Pelican and two years later Kristjansson rejoined forces with bassist Gunnar Hermannsson on Paradis.Birgir Hrafnsson and Sigurdur Karlsson formed the Rock band Change.

Very good Psychedelic Rock with discreet signs of proggy textures.Well-played, full of nice melodies but also secure arrangements, propably a great addition for fans of the style.Recommended anyway.

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 The Serpent Is Rising   by STYX album cover Studio Album, 1973
2.98 | 77 ratings

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The Serpent Is Rising
Styx Prog Related

Review by Fearabsentia

5 stars Styx-The Serpent is Rising

After the good but overall weaker effort of 'Styx II', Styx released one of their most groundbreaking albums yet. The mighty 'The Serpent is Rising' came and became a pretty odd release in Styx's discography.

The Serpent is Rising is a widely varied album, with songs ranging from heavy proto-metal rockers like 'Witch Wolf' and 'Young Man' and softer melodic tracks like 'The Grove of Eglantine' and 'As Bad As This'. Dennis DeYoung wrote most of the songs for the previous album, but guitarist John Curulewski took most of the songwriting duties for this album. This probably led to this album being much heavier then anything Styx had done before, hence James Young or Curulewski singing on most of the tracks. I find it hard to imagine DeYoung's vocals being very suited for the gritty heavy songs, his vocals give a great performance on 'The Grove of Eglantine' though.

My favorite song on the album is 'Young Man', which begins with some great acoustics and pretty dark lyrics. The song builds up quite a bit, especially after a soft melodic bridge when Young screams, quite a contrast. Another standout song is the title track combined with the final two tracks. The title track is sang by Curulewski and his voice fits in perfectly with the swirling keyboards and moogs and heavy menacing guitar. Then comes 'Krakatoa', which is a one and a half-minute track of screams before 'Hallelujah' starts playing.

I'm not sure if this is true, but I've always seen this album as a concept album. It may be subtle, but it appears that it's a concept album about life and death. Many of the lyrical themes connect to different parts of a mans life, 'The Grove of Eglantine' being about finding love, 'Young Man' being about war, 'As Bad as This' having to do with depression, and the title track relating to death.

Overall, this is my personal favorite Styx album and one of my favorite progressive rock albums of all time. It's an extremely underrated album and an album I find flawless.

Hope you found this review helpful.

(Originally written for www.MetalMusicArchives.com)

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 Stern by KONG album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.91 | 2 ratings

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Kong Experimental/Post Metal

Review by dsbenson

4 stars Stern is an excellent release from Kong. It's more experimental in tone than most of their work, and has a wider range of mood, from hard-driving "King Crimson" Red-era metal, to the techno influence of their middle period. Some of the softer pieces sound like they'd be at home on an Ozric Tentacles album (though perhaps a bit harder edged).

One of the things that I particularly like about the many moods of this album is the use of organic sounds throughout as background elements: some spoken word (some in English), laughter, bird song, etc. The album is, as always, instrumental only (apart from the background words used as sonic or rhythmic elements).

There's quite a bit of King Crimson influence at play in this album, including some guitar and bass elements that remind me of later Crimson (Beat and beyond). I'll have to do some comparative listening to see how Stern compares to some of the more recent Kong albums, but at first listen-through I'd put this as one of their best (though not at the peak of Phlegm).

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 Phlegm by KONG album cover Studio Album, 1992
3.97 | 4 ratings

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Phlegm
Kong Experimental/Post Metal

Review by dsbenson

4 stars I have all of Kong's albums, and to my mind Phlegm is still their peak. All of their albums rate over 3 stars in my book, though (with Earmined probably the lowest but still enjoyable).

I got into Kong around 1992 when Phlegm was released, on the recommendation of music stores (yes, there used to be such a thing) based on my love of King Crimson's album (and song) "Red." That's the closest comparison I can come up with for Kong at their strongest: very hard driving, progressive, instrumental metal. After Phlegm they started getting more synth-techno elements, but their music generally remains very metal-influenced, and well worth a listen. At very loud volumes, naturally!

I wish the first two Kong releases would get a quality remastering/remixing job, as the sound suffers considerably compared to later work. But the music and energy is still top notch.

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 The Dream Harbour by WILLOWGLASS album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.98 | 101 ratings

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The Dream Harbour
Willowglass Symphonic Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

5 stars Now I have found something really interesting!

Willowglass is the name of the Brittish musician Andrew Marshall from Yorkshire. He has released three records under the name "Willowglass" of which this: "The Dream Harbour" came last year 2013 and is the third. The cover is amazingly full of elements. We see a colourful harbour with mountains inspired by Roger Dean but the people seams more inspired by Genesis' cover pictures. Andrew Marshall plays guitars, keyboards, bass and bass pedals, Hans Jörg Schmitz plays drums and percussion and Steve Unruh plays violin, flute and guitar on the album.

I most make this clear, this is a wonderful record in every aspect and if you like the brittle symphonics of the early seventies, this is a perfect record for you. I could compare it with Genesis' "Trespass" which has parts that go in the same style. The musical inspiration and the themes of Willowglass is not totally new but it feels to totally fresh and honest. I was overwhelmed of the music whichs also grows for every playing. The introducing epic "A House of Cards Pt.1" is one of the true gems. It contains everything I could want from prog. Well the only thing the record lacks is song. i haven't thought about that so perhaps it's not a shortage. The title track "The Dream Harbour" is also totally lovely and the acoustic guitars is known from Genesis but here they are deepened and more thorough in their world. Some tracks on the record are short intermissions and they are lovely as well, especially "Interlude No.2" and "Helleborine".

Andrew Marshall should be really proud of this prog heaven he has created. I am glad I found it and purchased it. I recommend it for every prog lover but especially fans of the melodic and light seventies spirit. The sound aren't pretentious or very grande but the more delicate. My rating will be 4.7 and five stars. A wonderful record!

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 Once There Was A Time When Space And Time Were One by MY BROTHER THE WIND album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.75 | 11 ratings

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Once There Was A Time When Space And Time Were One
My Brother The Wind Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Magus

5 stars This offering from MBTW comes after their very satisfactory 'I wash my soul in the stream of infinity', an album of excellent parts. With this latest soundscape the concept from beginning to end is much more considered with the dual part Blakean Song of innocence and Boschian Garden of Delights stepping stones of a more extended musical and mystical journey, bookended by a prologue and epilogue. This leads to crescendos and plateaus that wash over one again and again. IWMSITSOI was, at times, full on and unbound, this new work seems more contained, you know what these musicians are capable of, but they reign the horse in and there is a real tension created through this contained force, that when unleashed, really shifts. An arabic influence in the use of drone, albeit hidden under layers of expert semi improvisation leads me to spin in circles. Complexity over time, like the long titles of their albums, acts as a repeat mantra. As in the the onion of St.John of Dionysius, the more you peel it the bigger it gets.

It's music like this that gives me hope.

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 A Passion Play  by JETHRO TULL album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.01 | 999 ratings

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A Passion Play
Jethro Tull Prog Folk

Review by branchranch

4 stars So here it is. The Jethro Tull album everybody loves to hate.

It's a shame this album followed the ground-breaking Thick As A Brick. I think everyone knew at the time that TAAB was a great record, but I don't think they realized what a masterpiece it was. It takes time for that sort of thing to sink in.

So here comes A Passion Play. Unquestionably weaker than TAAB, and with a very similar structure. Plus it had that "stupid" story right in the middle. It was even split between sides of the LP, so you couldn't avoid it very easily. So, the critics lambasted the record, and it became the laughing stock of the Tull catalog.

What a shame. The record is really quite good.

It's not as good as Thick as a Brick. But, come on, people, look at the ProgArchives chart of the all-time greatest prog recordings. Nothing is.

Here are the arguments against A Passion Play: No direction - I agree, but only partially. The music is pieced together and doesn't flow well - Agreed, but much of the music is excellent. And there are plenty of prog albums with poor transitions. The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles is a detraction - Strongly agree.

But I find a lot to like in this album. The concept is unassailable, even if it was only partially realized. Even if the album has more than its share of filler, the remaining tunes are outstanding! There is some of the best stuff Jethro Tull ever recorded on this album. And you get Ian Anderson's lyrics.

If this album was released by anyone else other than JT after TAAB, it would have been received much more warmly. It's no masterpiece, but IMHO a very fine example of early 70s prog.

Rating: 4.15, rounded down to 4.

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 Cottonwoodhill by BRAINTICKET album cover Studio Album, 1971
3.76 | 117 ratings

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Cottonwoodhill
Brainticket Krautrock

Review by GruvanDahlman
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2 stars I love the hammond organ. It is the instrument of choice for me. When it is distorted and thumping away or when it is soothing and relaxing, gentle and loving. It does not matter. The organ. The word alone gives me shockwaves of delight.

On the wings of the organ I can suffer much and plenty. Having said that I must admit to sort of liking Brainticket's first album. The organ is omnipresent and really distorted. "Black sand" is quite a nice track. The vocals merge together with the organ in a very scary but fascinating way. Although... The presence of organ does in fact do little to warm my heart to this kind of music.

By large it is a collection of droning, so-called mind exppanding noise and uttter fury which in my ears leave little room for shifts in moods and texture and it gives me no rest at all. This is scary stuff. It is demented, twisted and very special, I have to say. I suppose that there are similarities to bands like Faust and Can etc but unlike the latter I only feel intimidated and uneasy by Brainticket's Cottonwoodhill. It sounds to my ears like a long nightmare without an end and that is not really entertaining or enjoyable.

The plus sides of the album, to speak of those, are the sort of unique ability to create music that is dark as the darkest darkness (plus-dark, as it would read in 1984) and scary like few black metal band have ever been able to. Whle this has nothing to do with black metal, it's scaryness lies in the dark and twisted sounds and noises made. No, the album does not lack melody or structure but it is, to me, simply a long droning experience. If you like this kind of music I suppose that this would be your cup of tea but to me it is simply unintelligable, though I recognize their plight and effort. I can even appreciate them for it.

So, how to rate it? I really do not know. On the basis of the plus sides, and avoiding my own and personal view, it would be rated four stars. I will however rate it from my perspective and that leaves me no choice but to award this scary pit of dark despair two stars. To me it is an overrated piece of noodling and an exercise in droning. Sorry!

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 Horizons by ANUBIS GATE album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.72 | 72 ratings

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Horizons
Anubis Gate Progressive Metal

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

3 stars Progressive metal is metal music which has big progressive influences. Anubis Gate is one of those bands that belong to this genre, which is relatively new to me. "Horizons" is their sixth studio album; their first was released 2004. They come from Denmark and are actuelly one of the country's most favmous prog bands.

The cover of "Hoizons" is subtle and mediates other thoughts than metal albums use to do. The line up is Michel Bodin on guitar, Kim Olesen on guitars, Morten Gade Sörensen on drums and Henrik Fevres who sings. Without having a bassist or a keyboardist they immediately become an odd bird in the prog fauna. My preconception of prog metal is that it should be a very heavy music but I don't really think you could say that about this album. The typical metal attributes are there of course such as the fast beating drums and the music is totally guitar driven. Though must I say that it is something more delicate over this after all. The lucid vocals and the moments of acoustic music bring you happy. The music contains a lot of stuff I have harder to acquire too. When the singer sonds like the singer of Dream Theater in the rougher parts or when the band gives me the feeling of alternative rock/indie rock which happens from one time and another. As a whole though must I say this is a pleasant album, I especially think you would think that if you are a fan of the subgenre.

My favourite song is "Breach of Faith" which contains a Mozart melody and is particularily nice(7/10). The long story of "A dream within a dream" would I recommend too(6/10) as well as "Airways"(6/10), "Destined to remember"(6/10), "Hear my call"(6/10) and "Horizons"(6/10). My song to song rating gives an average of 2.8 stars which will make the whole a three star rating. Had I been a metal fan would there perhaps have been one more.

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 Blackfield by BLACKFIELD album cover Studio Album, 2004
3.78 | 304 ratings

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Blackfield Prog Related

Review by TCat

4 stars As most reviewers here have already mentioned, this is a collaboration from Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree and Aviv Geffen ( a famous musician from Israel). Even though this first album leans more on SW's popularity to help promote the group, this band is more Aviv's baby. Steven's influence will diminish with each of the albums that will follow later. Aviv has said that the songs are meant to be more pop oriented and formatted for radio air play, so the songs are kept quite short in comparison to many other progressive rock groups and he has also said that he only allows SW to keep his solos below 2 minutes. Because of this, in my opinion, some of the songs seem to be cut a little short, but other than that, each and every track is beautiful, melodic, and very Porcupine Tree sounding, at least the mellow side of PT. There is a lot of piano, strings and guitar and the songs are all slow to mid tempo, there is a feeling of sameness to the songs but they are certainly well produced, beautiful and meticulously crafted. The songs are full of feeling and written with heart and soul. As with most SW collaborations and efforts, the mood is also dark. There are two songs that are fronted by Aviv and the rest are fronted be Steven. Aviv's voice is distinctly different from Steven's and you will know when he is singing, but he can definitely hold his own even when is accent is slightly thick. Anyway, this is definitely a quality album, even though it is more pop oriented, the songs are well written, produced and executed. I only wish they were a little longer from time to time, that the riffs and ideas were a little more fleshed out, but don't let that discourage you from checking this out. Fans of Porcupine Tree should enjoy this and anyone else that loves the ingenuity of Prog rock (on the light side) but without a lot of effort needed to enjoy. You will know after the first or second listen whether you love this or not. Album number I in my opinion is definitely worth is and should be considered an excellent addition to any prog rock collection, but not necessarily essential.

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    Gentle Giant
  62. The Power And The Glory
    Gentle Giant
  63. Arbeit Macht Frei
    Area
  64. Radio Gnome Invisible Vol. 3 - You
    Gong
  65. Blackwater Park
    Opeth
  66. Spectrum
    Billy Cobham
  67. The Inner Mounting Flame
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
  68. Misplaced Childhood
    Marillion
  69. Rubycon
    Tangerine Dream
  70. Space Shanty
    Khan
  71. The Perfect Element Part 1
    Pain Of Salvation
  72. K.A
    Magma
  73. Mëkanīk Dëstruktīẁ Kömmandöh
    Magma
  74. Viljans Öga
    Änglagård
  75. Elegant Gypsy
    Al Di Meola
  76. L'isola di niente
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  77. In Absentia
    Porcupine Tree
  78. Ghost Reveries
    Opeth
  79. Acquiring the Taste
    Gentle Giant
  80. Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Emerson Lake & Palmer
  81. Felona E Sorona
    Le Orme
  82. Doomsday Afternoon
    Phideaux
  83. Hamburger Concerto
    Focus
  84. Fear Of A Blank Planet
    Porcupine Tree
  85. Lateralus
    Tool
  86. Script For A Jester's Tear
    Marillion
  87. Pale Communion
    Opeth
  88. Bitches Brew
    Miles Davis
  89. ~
    iamthemorning
  90. The Snow Goose (Re-recording)
    Camel
  91. Memento Z Banalnym Tryptykiem
    SBB
  92. If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
    Caravan
  93. Operation: Mindcrime
    Queensr˙che
  94. Crimson
    Edge of Sanity
  95. De-Loused In The Comatorium
    The Mars Volta
  96. Anabelas
    Bubu
  97. Anno Domini High Definition
    Riverside
  98. Voyage Of The Acolyte
    Steve Hackett
  99. Ocean
    Eloy
  100. Caravanserai
    Santana

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