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5 stars first of all, music belongs to the performer, to its surroundings, and to whom it listens to it, plus there's no boundaries in music. how music started, by the beating of drums made of animal skin right??? and look what we have accomplish. you need to take something, for example, music used to be 2 parallel lines, but then evry other decade comes a musician and takes those 2 parallel lines and intertwine them, or to be more musically coherent, distorts them. and that's what progressive is. not to many people can survive 20-35- minutes or even a whole hour of hearing just "noise" its within that "noise" that the story within the song appears. we, musicians, painters, writers etc. we are the ones who make small ripples or waves in this boring life, through our music and experience, the need to change what has already been done, to get out of the standard meaning of music this days. one band that has maintain its progressiveness and mix it up with art, the residents. whoever is interested in art & at the same time a fusion with music, i tell them always THE RESIDENTS. keep MUSIC alive, and i don't mean any of that mtv.

FREE-music, DIY music.

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