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Poll Question: Which of these lesser known 1977/78 albums do you like
Poll Choice Votes Poll Statistics
2 [1.16%]
13 [7.51%]
17 [9.83%]
4 [2.31%]
3 [1.73%]
7 [4.05%]
7 [4.05%]
7 [4.05%]
9 [5.20%]
5 [2.89%]
9 [5.20%]
6 [3.47%]
1 [0.58%]
9 [5.20%]
20 [11.56%]
8 [4.62%]
3 [1.73%]
6 [3.47%]
6 [3.47%]
2 [1.16%]
3 [1.73%]
14 [8.09%]
5 [2.89%]
2 [1.16%]
5 [2.89%]
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    Posted: November 30 2017 at 15:44
Next in the series of polls...1977/78.  Multiple choice so vote for all the albums you like and tell us why Wink
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Great selections once again but voting for anything along with Anabelas doesn't feel right. Only one vote from me.
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I've given my votes to Bubu, Island and Wapassou. Three albums I'm very fond of, though I'd agree that Anabelas is head and shoulders above anything else.
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SFF's Sunburst is wunderbar, and Fuhrs & Frohling's Ammerland is an overlooked gem.

Epidaurus' Earthly Paradise – another winner.

I prefer Tantra's Holocausto to M&M, though.

Netherworld's pretty good, but the CD reissue with the bonus material makes for an all-around better album.
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Ammerland
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In order, Pulsar, Babylon, Arachnoid, Ange, Mona Lisa, Shylock, SFF. I love SFF but don't share the same feeling for Ammerland, which always sounded a lot more polished and lot less adventurous to me.
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The Pulsar one is the only one I know...
Curiosity killed a cat, Schroedinger only half.
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Oh I think the great Dice, but my personal fave ~

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tough choice between Circus and Ripaille... So I went for both.
 
Buit I dio like a fair bit of them all (heard most of them too).
Easier to count the ones I don't like, really


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Garden Shed - England - Brilliant and quirky English Prog at it's best.
Play me my song.....Here it comes again.......
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 01 2017 at 05:21
Voted for Yes erm sorry Atmosphera, Jose Cid and Bubu.
Anabelas is my fave out of this lot.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sean Trane Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 01 2017 at 05:51
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Voted for Yes erm sorry Atmosphera, Jose Cid and Bubu.
Anabelas is my fave out of this lot.
 
Yikes, I missed Bubu, because it was listed the wrong way (album first, band afterwards)
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From the ones I know, Ethos. I'll have to check the ones I haven't hear.
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Mona Lisa - Avant Qu'll ne Soit Trop Tard
Masterpiece of an album

Nice list but Le Petit Violon is from 1976
https://www.discogs.com/Mona-Lisa-Le-Petit-Violon-De-Mr-Grégoire/master/239481

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Arachnoid -Arachnoid from 1979
https://www.discogs.com/Arachnoid-Arachnoid/release/1500446

Shylock - Gialorgues from 1976
https://www.discogs.com/Shylock-Gialorgues/release/2874376
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I don't know all of them but I do know a lot of them and, of these, Epidaurus is my favourite
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I voted three times:

England
Bubu
Ethos
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England.
A GREAT YEAR FOR PROG!!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AFlowerKingCrimson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 01 2017 at 08:47
I don't know most of these but voted for the few I do know. I think Harlequin Mass is a good one but not essential. Kind of similar to Renaissance. I also voted for Epidaurus(a must have for collectors of obscure symph prog)and Cathedral(another must have for symph collectors). 
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Garden Shed gets the nod.
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