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    Posted: November 21 2007 at 06:32
I've got 3 albums of High Wheel: There, Back From The Void and Live Before The Storm.
I like very much their music which is for me the fusion between  progressive rock, hard-rock and classic-rock.

All the albums of High Wheel are remastered on the swedish label Progress Records.

http://www.high-wheel.de/
http://www.progressrec.com/

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 21 2007 at 06:50

I think their studio albums are ok, but nothing really special: often they're overlong and neoprog cliches are a bit too numerous.

However, last year they released a double live album, "Live Before The Storm" which let all my reserves disappear. Normally I'm not very fond of live albums, but this is a really good and energetic set.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 08 2008 at 14:27
I purchased and downloaded 3 of their albums from eMusic.com: 1910, There, and Remember the Colours.  They also have the Live Before the Storm album which I might download next month.  Very enjoyable Neo-Prog band, at least musically.  I haven't listened close enough to the lyrics to see how interesting the concepts are yet.  Hopefully, one day soon, but not likely.  I need a karaoke machine on the computer screen which runs the lyrics at the bottom like a stock ticker.
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