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3.89 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. To the Four Winds (8:06)
2. Armageddonouddahere (6:13)
3. Free the Free (4:45)
4. Nothing is Not (4:35)
5. The Increate (6:55)
a) Sang Real
b) The Increate Light)
6. Ennui in You (3:10)
7. What Goes A Round (4:58)
8. Walking the Dogma (6:55)
9. Medieval to Fullevil (7:45)
10. Custer's Last Stand (7:05)

Total Time: 58:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Mike Anderton / bass, bass pedals
- Tracy Gloeckner / drums
- Gary Bourgeois / guitar
- Elio Bruno / keyboards

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MIND GALLERY Three Meals From Revolution ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(56%)
Good, but non-essential (22%)
Collectors/fans only (11%)
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Review by b_olariu
4 stars Third album by this discret band from Canada combining very eficiend and intelligent jazz fusion elements with eclectic arrangements, hit big time with this album, musicaly speaking, because comercialy was a failure, they disbanded after this album. This third album named Three meals from revolution issued in 2000, again quite starnge title name as previous one graced by an intristing cover art is a winner in my opinion, again in a row. This is their most acomplished album, their most excentric in arrangements, quite complex, very well performed and to me their best. Again the elkements they combined very ifiecint jazzy atmosphere with eclectic parts are very well done, pieces like opening To the Four Winds, Walking the Dogma or Armageddonouddahere are pure brilancy. Longer pieces then on previous album, better integrated in sound who is btw crystal, so a very unknown release and yet an almost masterpiece. I was intrigued by this band why I never heared of them until last year, but I'm glad I did after all, one of the best instrumetal albums I ever own so far Inteligent, exciting, complex and very well performed this is Mind Gallery in few words. 4 stars again, warmly recomended band and album. Progressive rock needs this kinds of music today and bands like them, yonger generatin must take notice because they kick ass all the eay. Very good.

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