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Phideaux Phideaux & Mogon Promotional Issue album cover
4.13 | 48 ratings | 3 reviews | 40% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Thank You for the Evil (4:37)
2. Tempest of Mutiny (8:12)
3. Strange Cloud (7:32)
4. Out of the Angry Planet (7:38)
5. Chupacabras (20:51)
6. Snuff (10:52)
7. The Chairs (7:21)

Line-up / Musicians

Lineup varies.

Releases information

A promotional compilation for Nearfest.

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PHIDEAUX Phideaux & Mogon Promotional Issue ratings distribution

(48 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(40%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(48%)
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Collectors/fans only (4%)
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PHIDEAUX Phideaux & Mogon Promotional Issue reviews

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Review by Epignosis
4 stars Doomsday Afternoon is Phideaux's masterpiece, and so it was cool to hear the edited version of "Thank You for the Evil" that opens this promotional piece. "Cupacabras" is also one of Phideaux's greatest songs, and I appreciate being able to hear a live version of it here. It has a different introduction from the studio version, fusing "Okay" with a later segment of the piece. Amazingly, it rivals the original- well done. This release includes three tracks from the forthcoming album 7, presumably at least a titular response to 2009's Number Seven. One of those tracks is "Out of the Angry Planet," which the band plays live. I predict that 7 will be a very strong release, because it contains both the accessible songwriting Phideaux has grown proficient with as well as the symphonic nature exhibited in Snowtorch. There are jarring shifts of rhythm and folk elements that make me think of Jethro Tull's A Passion Play. This release concludes with something different, two tracks from a separate project called Mogon. Mogon was a god worshipped in Gaul and Britannia. A part of this is his voice, but frankly I don't hear much of a variance between Mogon and Phideaux. The music is stripped-down, but the sound and chord structures are very similar. There is a blend of psychedelic music in the vein of Pink Floyd and the bulk of "Snuff" sounds like a tribute to early symphonic King Crimson. "The Chairs" is a dark, space rock song with organ and Mellotron, somewhat similar to "Snuff."

Latest members reviews

4 stars I actually saw this on prog archives and dismissed it initially because I couldn't find it anywhere. Then later by accident I found it, digital only, on Phideaux's bandcamp site. As someone else stated, it's not exactly fitting to give something that isn't an album a masterpiece rating, but this ... (read more)

Report this review (#1390789) | Posted by Jordan677778 | Monday, March 30, 2015 | Review Permanlink

4 stars OK, since this is available (at the time of writing this) as a free download from (it says name your price and allows zero, but please consider pitching in a few bucks to help with the next album), you have no reason not to have this in your collection. If the price isn't ... (read more)

Report this review (#787876) | Posted by PaulH | Saturday, July 14, 2012 | Review Permanlink

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