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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Exobiology Part 1 (5:20)
2. Procastination Song (4:44)
3. River Of Genes (6:41)
4. The Shores Of Yorkshire (5:00)
5. The Wolf (3:57)
6. Great Future (3:31)
7. Waves (3:03)
8. When The Stars Were New (3:30)
9. Exobioogy Part 2 (11:43)
10. Finale (1:51)

Total time: 49:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Sam Fossbakk / guitar, synthesizer, keyboards, mellotron, vocals
- Svein Magnar Hansen / vocals
- Stein Høgseth / bass
- David Sundby / drums

Releases information

LP/CD Apollon Records ARP001 (2016 Norway)

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4 stars Norwegian band PROFESSOR TIP TOP, despite being rather less than visible in the media, is a venture that has been ongoing for quite a few years. They have three studio albums to their name so far, and "Exobiology" is the most recent of those. This production first appeared back in 2014, but was reissued on CD in 2016 by the Norwegian label Apollon Records.

If you fancy and think you might enjoy a band that explores psychedelic progressive rock in a few different varieties, with subtle cosmic flavoring as the recurring trait on an album that in style ranges from folk-oriented escapades through Pink Floydian landscapes and more synth- and keyboards-driven pieces closer to the likes of Tangerine Dream, then this CD by the curiously named band Professor Tip Top is one that should be worth investigating!

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