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Jared Rogge

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Member since: 11/6/2004 • Forum posts: 1 • Last visit: 11/6/2004 8:11:47 AM EST

Progressive Biography

Date of birth: 05/16/1976

I was first introduced to progressive rock in ... 1978 as far as I can remember. I was sort of born into it as I was 2 at the time.

Number of CD in your collection of original progressive albums ... I probably have about 100or so progressive rock albums? I have around 1500+ cd's of different genres of music so it's hard to tell really.

My favourite progressive bands/artists (in alphabetical order) (5-10)... Genesis, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, The Moody Blues, Opeth, Pink Floyd, Tangerene Dream, and Yes currently.

My favourite progressive albums include (in alphabetical orde) (5-10)... To Our Children's Children's Children and Days of Future Passed by The Moody Blues. Also, Dark Side of the Moon and Atom Heart Mother by Pink Floyd. Not withholding, Foxtrot, Nursery Cryme, and Selling England by the Pound by Genesis. The list also includes Fragile by Yes and Lark's Tounges in Aspic by King Crimson. There are too many to list to be frank but those come to the surface more often in my mind.

Other comments: ... I will almost always like music that consistantly strives to redifine the concept of which we percieve sound and defies which we assume is pleasant. To progress is to move forward and so art, whether the medium be sound, canvas, material, or words, must also move forward in order for our minds to evolve.

Reviews distribution by sub-genre

 Sub-genreNb of reviewsAvg rating
1 Symphonic Prog94.33
2 Crossover Prog74.00
3 Progressive Electronic64.17
4 Eclectic Prog15.00

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