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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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Just listened to Anabelas - Bubu, via YouTube...  Some-how find this a little weird and obscure .....Confused
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Netherworld - In the Following Half Light
 Wasn't this released in 1981?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Lewian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 02 2017 at 17:53
I don't know even half of them but Bubu is hard to beat. I'm delighted by the love that Ammerland gets. It's a true beauty but I thought hardly anyone would know it.


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Originally posted by noni noni wrote:

Just listened to Anabelas - Bubu, via YouTube...  Some-how find this a little weird and obscure .....Confused

There are "random" parts I guess, but they happen to sound OK (one can still get the feeling of hearing sequences of chords with their particular identities and meanings)
The funny thing is, when musicians find a way to express negativity, they feel very good about it "Ah what a powerful dark crazy emotion we've managed to render !!"

Island, Pulsar, Shylock, Ange, Arachnoid but I'm yet to link (a part of) an album from that list to an intense experience, so even if I've checked the unknown ones my votes are a tad cheap.

Benoît Widemann's Stress would be welcome here
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Jeez, for the millionth time it's Bubu- Anabelas not the other way around. ConfusedThe band's name is Bubu. Not sure why that's so difficult to understand. Tongue
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2017 at 01:25
Originally posted by noni noni wrote:

Just listened to <span style=": rgb240, 241, 245;">Anabelas - Bubu, via YouTube...  Some-how find this a little weird and obscure .....Confused</span>

Well from reading your posts it looks to me that you vastly prefer melodic neo/symph stuff so maybe it isn't too surprising that Anabelas isn't for you.
Cool that you listened to it before casting judgement.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote noni Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2017 at 03:10
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by noni noni wrote:

Just listened to <span style=": rgb240, 241, 245;">Anabelas - Bubu, via YouTube...  Some-how find this a little weird and obscure .....Confused</span>

Well from reading your posts it looks to me that you vastly prefer melodic neo/symph stuff so maybe it isn't too surprising that Anabelas isn't for you.
Cool that you listened to it before casting judgement.

I like most genres of prog except for metal.

I've listened to most here, that's listed, either via Youtube or I own the album or band concerned.   The ones that interest me are Fuhrs and Frohling, Epidaurus and Atmosphera..  One band I cannot find that's listed is Dice - Dice

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote noni Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2017 at 03:14
I already own albums by Wapassou, Cathedral, Circus, England and Harlequin Mass..  All these albums very good  IMHO...Wink
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Tough choice, especially with 2 Mona Lisas & an Ange.  I went with Monsieur Gregoire because I'm especially fond of that.  It's nice to see Anabelas getting so much love!
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Babylon, Cathedral, Ange, Mona Lisa, England, and Anabelas, in that order.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Atavachron Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 06 2017 at 20:04
Originally posted by noni noni wrote:

One band I cannot find that's listed is Dice - DiceBig smile

The self-titled album doesn't appear to be on youtube at the moment but the equally good Four Riders of the Apocalypse is --
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cipMqRHxXSs&list=RDwyQ6jEI7usg&index=2


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From the list -  Harlequin Mass - Harlequin Mass
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Netherworld - In the Following Half Lightwas released in 1981, so no 77/78 album
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