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3.87 | 67 ratings | 3 reviews | 18% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Matter of Energy (2:05)
2. The Mystic Technocracy (6:43)
3. Darwin's Tears (8:14)
4. Norse Cosmogony (Part 1) (4:43)
5. Norse Cosmogony (Part 2) (2:48)
6. Judeo Christian Cosmogony (6:17)
7. The Divine Comedy (6:09)
8. Legion of Aliens (4:54)
9. Loving the Alien (7:13)
10. The Gem of Love (7:01)
11. The Secret of DNA (Part 1) / Purple Orb / The Secret of DNA (Part 2) (11:05)
12. Prophecy (5:11)
13. Black Swans (7:01)

Total Time 79:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Douglas R. Docker / keyboards, vocals

- John Payne / vocals
- Göran Edman / vocals
- Tony Mills / vocals
- Amanda Somerville / vocals
- Guthrie Govan / guitars
- Jeff Watson / guitars
- Gregg Bissonette / drums
- Magnus Jacobson / drums
- Tony Franklin / bass
- Donald D. Docker / saxophone, clarinet, voice
- Silvana Momigliano / voice
- Touria Nouri / voice
- Andrea Rampa / voice
- Janthana Rodjakkhen / voice
- Davide Ronfetto / voice

Releases information

CD Lion Music ‎LMC325 (2012, Finland)

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DOCKER'S GUILD The Mystic Technocracy - Season 1: The Age of Ignorance ratings distribution

(67 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(18%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(37%)
Good, but non-essential (27%)
Collectors/fans only (13%)
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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy, RPI, Symph, JR/F Canterbury Teams
5 stars Beautiful and emotional rock opera we have here with the great keyboards up front, spacey sounds and great compositions with no weak tracks. It's rare that a cd will keep my attention all the way through, but this one does. Remind me a bit of Haken's material with the overall sound and songwriting style, that will please those who enjoy a symphonic approach with their prog. A classic that i wouldn't tag as a Neo-Prog, because i don't have the impression that it copy the past, but could be the new future sound of progressive rock started with Ayeron, with less emphasis on guitars and more on keyboards.

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4 stars Docker's Guild - "The Mystic Technocracy Season One: The Age Of Ignorance" 13/20 42nd place album of the year 2012 As a basement-dwelling neckbeard atheist, I will immediately jump to listen to albums like Docker's Guild's debut, with its imagery screaming "things I agree with". Although I ha ... (read more)

Report this review (#858158) | Posted by Gallifrey | Tuesday, November 13, 2012 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Docker's Guild is the brainchild of keyboardist and vocalist Douglas R Docker, who has managed to gather an impressive cast of other musicians and vocalists to back the project - names like Gregg Bissonette (David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani, Steve Lukather), Magnus Jacobson (Miss Behavior), Tony Fran ... (read more)

Report this review (#837548) | Posted by dtguitarfan | Saturday, October 13, 2012 | Review Permanlink

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