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    Posted: December 07 2007 at 12:07
After the obvious addition of Psychotic Waltz and Deadsoul Tribe in the site, two more members of the P.Waltz 'family' need to be added IMHO

Darkstar (Dan Rock's project after P.Waltz, two albums, appearance of Brian McAlpine) and
Buddy Lackey (one single effort while he still was in P.Waltz)

now, I am not sure if they should be involved in Prog-Metal (Darkstar are closer)
Buddy's solo effort has many folk elements, influenced by his 'Master' (Ian Anderson)

I have noticed that Darkstar (Cleared in R.Freak - What does this mean?)
and Lackey (new addition in R.Freak) are both in the discussion of inclusion,
but what are your thoughts on this really?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 09 2007 at 01:33
Darkstar are cleared(meaning approved for addition) for inclusion,and Lackey has been on our chart since the inception of the PMT.
 
I voted no to Lackey's addition,I just don't feel his solo material warrants inclusion under any of the PM sub-genres.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 10 2007 at 13:54
^ Thanks Jody Thumbs%20Up, I am too not very sure about Lackey's solo effort,
however, I can hear some nice folk influences
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