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    Posted: October 23 2014 at 20:20
Originally posted by AtomicCrimsonRush AtomicCrimsonRush wrote:

^^^^ I would like this one !!!! Hope I can get it! My newsy doesnt get them since I quit my subscription. Its just too expensive in Australia.
They must get their act together, Scotty :)
Once bands send them albums to review they email back saying that if one pays a sum of around 300 pounds that these bands would be more visible on the magazine, thus beside the prospect buyers of the magazine all over the world, they clearly promote bands who have deep funds, thus not necessary an unbiased approach like they used to have, turning this all into what we tend to avoid aka the corporate pop marketing suits. Ouch big hug to you tho'! Hug xxxx


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As I'm moving to the Outer Hebrides in a week, I am getting rid of a lot of stuff, including my collection of prog magazine. Does anyone here want them? CDs included. Almost every issue from April 2009 up to a few months ago.

Must be collected from my flat in East London.

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I gave them all to my local charity shop.


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Originally posted by AtomicCrimsonRush AtomicCrimsonRush wrote:

Damn travesty having no PFM or Mahavishnu.

Agreed. They (Prog magazine) seem to focus on English singing performers only, as Harmonium is also missing.
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Originally posted by Dean Dean wrote:

Ermm

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None of which helps in the thought process of thinking-up a letter box and hump joke. 

It's called dope for a reason.
 
You must really be bored! Cool
yes, I do find that some people bore me very quickly.


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Originally posted by Dean Dean wrote:

Ermm

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None of which helps in the thought process of thinking-up a letter box and hump joke. 

It's called dope for a reason.
 
You must really be bored! Cool
... none of the hits, none of the time ... you might actually find your own art, or self, instead of paying for a guru or church or social program!



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Wow, what a list with some treasures for sure., But whats this doing there - Six – Mansun - ???

Also theres another one i havent heard by Between the Buried and me - Parallax II

Also NO ELOY!!!!!!!!!!!

Damn travesty having no PFM or Mahavishnu. 
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Originally posted by ultra plinian ultra plinian wrote:

Prog Magazine Top 100

1. Close To The Edge – Yes
2. In The Court of the Crimson King – King Crimson
3. Selling England By The Pound – Genesis
4. Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
5. Thick As A Brick – Jethro Tull
6. Foxtrot – Genesis
7. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
8. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – Genesis
9. The Raven Who Refused To Sing – Steven Wilson
10. Fragile – Yes
11. Brain Salad Surgery – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
12. Red – King Crimson
13. Moving Pictures – Rush
14. Animals – Pink Floyd
15. 2112 – Rush
16. The Wall – Pink Floyd
17. Scenes From A Memory – Dream Theater
18. Fear of a Blank Planet – Porcupine Tree
19. Relayer – Yes
20. Misplaced Childhood – Marillion
21. A Trick of the Tail – Genesis
22. Tales from Topographic Oceans – Yes
23. Hemispheres – Rush
24. Pawn Hearts – Van Der Graaf Generator
25. Images and Words – Dream Theater
26. Going for the One – Yes
27. Deadwing – Porcupine Tree
28. Tarkus – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
29. Brave – Marillion
30. Larks Tongues In Aspic – King Crimson
31. The Snow Goose – Camel
32. The Yes Album – Yes
33. Lateralus – Tool
34. Bridge Across Forever – Transatlantic
35. In the Land of Pink and Grey – Caravan
36. Blackwater Park – Opeth
37. Meddle – Pink Floyd
38. English Electric – Big Big Train
39. The Whirlwind – Transatlantic
40. Script for a Jester’s Tear – Marillion
41. Nursery Cryme – Genesis
42. Trilogy – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
43. Aqualung – Jethro Tull
44. Wind and Wuthering – Genesis
45. Colours – Between The Buried and Me
46. Ghost Reveries – Opeth
47. Clutching at Straws – Marillion
48. The Incident – Porcupine Tree
49. A Passion Play – Jethro Tull
50. Grace for Drowning – Steven Wilson
51. Mirage – Camel
52. Marbles – Marillion
53. A Farewell to Kings – Rush
54. The Mountain – Haken
55. Journey to the Centre of the Earth – Rick Wakeman
56. Acquiring the Taste – Gentle Giant
57. Crack the Skye – Mastodon
58. Moonmadness – Camel
59. Weather Systems – Anathema
60. Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield
61. De-loused in the Crematorium – The Mars Volta
62. Aenima – Tool
63. The Parallax II – Between The Buried and Me
64. Operation Mindcrime – Queensryche
65. Octopus – Gentle Giant
66. In Absentia – Porcupine Tree
67. Insurgentes – Steven Wilson
68. Rock Bottom – Robert Wyatt
69. Permanent Waves – Rush
70. Discipline – King Crimson
71. Atom Heart Mother – Pink Floyd
72. Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles
73. Godbluff – Van Der Graaf Generator
74. Hot Rats – Frank Zappa
75. Free Hand – Gentle Giant
76. Songs from the Wood – Jethro Tull
77. Crime of the Century – Supertramp
78. Still Life – Opeth
79. Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
80. Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence – Dream Theater
81. Leftoverture – Kansas
82. Subterannea – IQ
83. Still Life – Van Der Graaf Generator
84. Remedy Lane – Pain of Salvation
85. UK – UK
86. Six – Mansun
87. OK Computer – Radiohead
88. Snow – Spock's Beard
89. Awake – Dream Theater
90. Afraid of Sunlight – Marillion
91. Damnation – Opeth
92. The Six Wives of Henry the Eighth – Rick Wakeman
93. Storm Corrosion – Storm Corrosion
94. War of the Worlds – Jeff Wayne
95. To Our Children’s Children’s Children – The Moody Blues
96. Lizard – King Crimson
97. Voyage of the Acolyte – Steve Hackett
98. Tago Mago – Can
99. Moving Waves – Focus
100. Drama - Yes

Here are the albums ranked according to their ratings on ProgArchives. Numbers in () is the rank on the Prog Magazine list.

1 (1) Close To The Edge - Yes
2 (5) Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull
3 (3) Selling England By The Pound - Genesis
4 (7) Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
5 (6) Foxtrot - Genesis
6 (2) In The Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson
7 (4) Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
8 (12) Red - King Crimson
9 (14) Animals - Pink Floyd
10 (73) Godbluff - Van Der Graaf Generator
11 (41) Nursery Cryme - Genesis
12 (24) Pawn Hearts - Van Der Graaf Generator
13 (10) Fragile - Yes
14 (13) Moving Pictures - Rush
15 (30) Larks Tongues In Aspic - King Crimson
16 (58) Moonmadness - Camel
17 (23) Hemispheres - Rush
18 (51) Mirage - Camel
19 (19) Relayer - Yes
20 (53) A Farewell to Kings - Rush
21 (77) Crime of the Century - Supertramp
22 (74) Hot Rats - Frank Zappa
23 (78) Still Life - Opeth
24 (43) Aqualung - Jethro Tull
25 (9) The Raven Who Refused To Sing - Steven Wilson
26 (72) Sgt Pepper‚Δτs Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
27 (37) Meddle - Pink Floyd
28 (69) Permanent Waves - Rush
29 (68) Rock Bottom - Robert Wyatt
30 (17) Scenes From A Memory - Dream Theater
31 (25) Images and Words - Dream Theater
32 (8) The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis
33 (83) Still Life - Van Der Graaf Generator
34 (32) The Yes Album - Yes
35 (21) A Trick of the Tail - Genesis
36 (31) The Snow Goose - Camel
37 (35) In the Land of Pink and Grey - Caravan
38 (65) Octopus - Gentle Giant
39 (75) Free Hand - Gentle Giant
40 (86) Six - Mansun
41 (20) Misplaced Childhood - Marillion
42 (36) Blackwater Park - Opeth
43 (79) Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
44 (56) Acquiring the Taste - Gentle Giant
45 (46) Ghost Reveries - Opeth
46 (33) Lateralus - Tool
47 (18) Fear of a Blank Planet - Porcupine Tree
48 (66) In Absentia - Porcupine Tree
49 (40) Script for a Jester's Tear - Marillion
50 (64) Operation Mindcrime - Queensryche
51 (61) De-loused in the Crematorium - The Mars Volta
52 (81) Leftoverture - Kansas
53 (97) Voyage of the Acolyte - Steve Hackett
54 (84) Remedy Lane - Pain of Salvation
55 (50) Grace for Drowning - Steven Wilson
56 (54) The Mountain - Haken
57 (38) English Electric - Big Big Train
58 (76) Songs from the Wood - Jethro Tull
59 (34) Bridge Across Forever - Transatlantic
60 (80) Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence - Dream Theater
61 (47) Clutching at Straws - Marillion
62 (11) Brain Salad Surgery - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
63 (89) Awake - Dream Theater
64 (52) Marbles - Marillion
65 (70) Discipline - King Crimson
66 (44) Wind and Wuthering - Genesis
67 (96) Lizard - King Crimson
68 (15) 2112 - Rush
69 (27) Deadwing - Porcupine Tree
70 (42) Trilogy - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
71 (62) Aenima - Tool
72 (85) UK - UK
73 (92) The Six Wives of Henry VII - Rick Wakeman
74 (60) Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
75 (16) The Wall - Pink Floyd
76 (99) Moving Waves - Focus
77 (57) Crack the Skye - Mastodon
78 (26) Going for the One - Yes
79 (28) Tarkus - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
80 (95) To Our Children's Children's Children - The Moody Blues
81 (39) The Whirlwind - Transatlantic
82 (49) A Passion Play - Jethro Tull
83 (87) OK Computer - Radiohead
84 (29) Brave - Marillion
85 (45) Colours - Between The Buried and Me
86 (59) Weather Systems - Anathema
87 (94) War of the Worlds - Jeff Wayne
88 (91) Damnation - Opeth
89 (98) Tago Mago - Can
90 (82) Subterannea - IQ
91 (63) The Parallax II - Between The Buried and Me
92 (22) Tales from Topographic Oceans - Yes
93 (71) Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd
94 (88) Snow - Spock's Beard
95 (67) Insurgentes - Steven Wilson
96 (90) Afraid of Sunlight - Marillion
97 (93) Storm Corrosion - Storm Corrosion
98 (100) Drama - Yes
99 (48) The Incident - Porcupine Tree
100 (55) Journey to the Centre of the Earth - Rick Wakeman

Biggest differences:

Tales from Topographic Oceans -70
The Wall -59
Brave -55
2112 -53
Going for the One -52

Godbluff +63
Crime of the Century +56
Still Life (Opeth) +55
Hot Rats +52
Still Life (VdGG) +50 




......damn. surprised at some of the places that some of the albums got to, #1 not being one of them. fun fact: the whole prog mag list is book-ended by a Yes album (Drama and 100 and Close to the Edge at #1). weird, huh? anyway, i also noticed they counted Sgt. Pepper as a prog album (the first one i bet lol), and i would have put that as my favorite prog album ever (as it is just in general) in cases like these.
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Pretty ordinary list for anyone into Avant, Zeuhl, Italian, Krautrock, Fusion or Canterbury. I guess this is what you get when you ask people for their top 10's.
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Prog Magazine Top 100

1. Close To The Edge – Yes
2. In The Court of the Crimson King – King Crimson
3. Selling England By The Pound – Genesis
4. Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
5. Thick As A Brick – Jethro Tull
6. Foxtrot – Genesis
7. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
8. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – Genesis
9. The Raven Who Refused To Sing – Steven Wilson
10. Fragile – Yes
11. Brain Salad Surgery – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
12. Red – King Crimson
13. Moving Pictures – Rush
14. Animals – Pink Floyd
15. 2112 – Rush
16. The Wall – Pink Floyd
17. Scenes From A Memory – Dream Theater
18. Fear of a Blank Planet – Porcupine Tree
19. Relayer – Yes
20. Misplaced Childhood – Marillion
21. A Trick of the Tail – Genesis
22. Tales from Topographic Oceans – Yes
23. Hemispheres – Rush
24. Pawn Hearts – Van Der Graaf Generator
25. Images and Words – Dream Theater
26. Going for the One – Yes
27. Deadwing – Porcupine Tree
28. Tarkus – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
29. Brave – Marillion
30. Larks Tongues In Aspic – King Crimson
31. The Snow Goose – Camel
32. The Yes Album – Yes
33. Lateralus – Tool
34. Bridge Across Forever – Transatlantic
35. In the Land of Pink and Grey – Caravan
36. Blackwater Park – Opeth
37. Meddle – Pink Floyd
38. English Electric – Big Big Train
39. The Whirlwind – Transatlantic
40. Script for a Jester’s Tear – Marillion
41. Nursery Cryme – Genesis
42. Trilogy – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
43. Aqualung – Jethro Tull
44. Wind and Wuthering – Genesis
45. Colours – Between The Buried and Me
46. Ghost Reveries – Opeth
47. Clutching at Straws – Marillion
48. The Incident – Porcupine Tree
49. A Passion Play – Jethro Tull
50. Grace for Drowning – Steven Wilson
51. Mirage – Camel
52. Marbles – Marillion
53. A Farewell to Kings – Rush
54. The Mountain – Haken
55. Journey to the Centre of the Earth – Rick Wakeman
56. Acquiring the Taste – Gentle Giant
57. Crack the Skye – Mastodon
58. Moonmadness – Camel
59. Weather Systems – Anathema
60. Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield
61. De-loused in the Crematorium – The Mars Volta
62. Aenima – Tool
63. The Parallax II – Between The Buried and Me
64. Operation Mindcrime – Queensryche
65. Octopus – Gentle Giant
66. In Absentia – Porcupine Tree
67. Insurgentes – Steven Wilson
68. Rock Bottom – Robert Wyatt
69. Permanent Waves – Rush
70. Discipline – King Crimson
71. Atom Heart Mother – Pink Floyd
72. Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles
73. Godbluff – Van Der Graaf Generator
74. Hot Rats – Frank Zappa
75. Free Hand – Gentle Giant
76. Songs from the Wood – Jethro Tull
77. Crime of the Century – Supertramp
78. Still Life – Opeth
79. Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
80. Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence – Dream Theater
81. Leftoverture – Kansas
82. Subterannea – IQ
83. Still Life – Van Der Graaf Generator
84. Remedy Lane – Pain of Salvation
85. UK – UK
86. Six – Mansun
87. OK Computer – Radiohead
88. Snow – Spock's Beard
89. Awake – Dream Theater
90. Afraid of Sunlight – Marillion
91. Damnation – Opeth
92. The Six Wives of Henry the Eighth – Rick Wakeman
93. Storm Corrosion – Storm Corrosion
94. War of the Worlds – Jeff Wayne
95. To Our Children’s Children’s Children – The Moody Blues
96. Lizard – King Crimson
97. Voyage of the Acolyte – Steve Hackett
98. Tago Mago – Can
99. Moving Waves – Focus
100. Drama - Yes

Here are the albums ranked according to their ratings on ProgArchives. Numbers in () is the rank on the Prog Magazine list.

1 (1) Close To The Edge - Yes
2 (5) Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull
3 (3) Selling England By The Pound - Genesis
4 (7) Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
5 (6) Foxtrot - Genesis
6 (2) In The Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson
7 (4) Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
8 (12) Red - King Crimson
9 (14) Animals - Pink Floyd
10 (73) Godbluff - Van Der Graaf Generator
11 (41) Nursery Cryme - Genesis
12 (24) Pawn Hearts - Van Der Graaf Generator
13 (10) Fragile - Yes
14 (13) Moving Pictures - Rush
15 (30) Larks Tongues In Aspic - King Crimson
16 (58) Moonmadness - Camel
17 (23) Hemispheres - Rush
18 (51) Mirage - Camel
19 (19) Relayer - Yes
20 (53) A Farewell to Kings - Rush
21 (77) Crime of the Century - Supertramp
22 (74) Hot Rats - Frank Zappa
23 (78) Still Life - Opeth
24 (43) Aqualung - Jethro Tull
25 (9) The Raven Who Refused To Sing - Steven Wilson
26 (72) Sgt Pepper‚Δτs Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
27 (37) Meddle - Pink Floyd
28 (69) Permanent Waves - Rush
29 (68) Rock Bottom - Robert Wyatt
30 (17) Scenes From A Memory - Dream Theater
31 (25) Images and Words - Dream Theater
32 (8) The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis
33 (83) Still Life - Van Der Graaf Generator
34 (32) The Yes Album - Yes
35 (21) A Trick of the Tail - Genesis
36 (31) The Snow Goose - Camel
37 (35) In the Land of Pink and Grey - Caravan
38 (65) Octopus - Gentle Giant
39 (75) Free Hand - Gentle Giant
40 (86) Six - Mansun
41 (20) Misplaced Childhood - Marillion
42 (36) Blackwater Park - Opeth
43 (79) Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
44 (56) Acquiring the Taste - Gentle Giant
45 (46) Ghost Reveries - Opeth
46 (33) Lateralus - Tool
47 (18) Fear of a Blank Planet - Porcupine Tree
48 (66) In Absentia - Porcupine Tree
49 (40) Script for a Jester's Tear - Marillion
50 (64) Operation Mindcrime - Queensryche
51 (61) De-loused in the Crematorium - The Mars Volta
52 (81) Leftoverture - Kansas
53 (97) Voyage of the Acolyte - Steve Hackett
54 (84) Remedy Lane - Pain of Salvation
55 (50) Grace for Drowning - Steven Wilson
56 (54) The Mountain - Haken
57 (38) English Electric - Big Big Train
58 (76) Songs from the Wood - Jethro Tull
59 (34) Bridge Across Forever - Transatlantic
60 (80) Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence - Dream Theater
61 (47) Clutching at Straws - Marillion
62 (11) Brain Salad Surgery - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
63 (89) Awake - Dream Theater
64 (52) Marbles - Marillion
65 (70) Discipline - King Crimson
66 (44) Wind and Wuthering - Genesis
67 (96) Lizard - King Crimson
68 (15) 2112 - Rush
69 (27) Deadwing - Porcupine Tree
70 (42) Trilogy - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
71 (62) Aenima - Tool
72 (85) UK - UK
73 (92) The Six Wives of Henry VII - Rick Wakeman
74 (60) Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
75 (16) The Wall - Pink Floyd
76 (99) Moving Waves - Focus
77 (57) Crack the Skye - Mastodon
78 (26) Going for the One - Yes
79 (28) Tarkus - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
80 (95) To Our Children's Children's Children - The Moody Blues
81 (39) The Whirlwind - Transatlantic
82 (49) A Passion Play - Jethro Tull
83 (87) OK Computer - Radiohead
84 (29) Brave - Marillion
85 (45) Colours - Between The Buried and Me
86 (59) Weather Systems - Anathema
87 (94) War of the Worlds - Jeff Wayne
88 (91) Damnation - Opeth
89 (98) Tago Mago - Can
90 (82) Subterannea - IQ
91 (63) The Parallax II - Between The Buried and Me
92 (22) Tales from Topographic Oceans - Yes
93 (71) Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd
94 (88) Snow - Spock's Beard
95 (67) Insurgentes - Steven Wilson
96 (90) Afraid of Sunlight - Marillion
97 (93) Storm Corrosion - Storm Corrosion
98 (100) Drama - Yes
99 (48) The Incident - Porcupine Tree
100 (55) Journey to the Centre of the Earth - Rick Wakeman

Biggest differences:

Tales from Topographic Oceans -70
The Wall -59
Brave -55
2112 -53
Going for the One -52

Godbluff +63
Crime of the Century +56
Still Life (Opeth) +55
Hot Rats +52
Still Life (VdGG) +50 
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^^^^ I would like this one !!!! Hope I can get it! My newsy doesnt get them since I quit my subscription. Its just too expensive in Australia.

well i guess sometimes that "show me the money!!" bullsh*t gets on my nerves.
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^^^^ I would like this one !!!! Hope I can get it! My newsy doesnt get them since I quit my subscription. Its just too expensive in Australia.
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Originally posted by ultra plinian ultra plinian wrote:

Oooooh.. This one's a doozy:



you're not kidding!!! i wonder if someone will post the list here, but probably not.
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Oooooh.. This one's a doozy:


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Ermm

Originally posted by Dean, <span style=font-size: 10.909090995788574px; line-height: 12px; : rgb248, 248, 252;>10 January 2008 at 02:34 Dean, 10 January 2008 at 02:34 wrote:

From the official Camel website:
 
"Their second album, 'MIRAGE', heightened their profile and the album sleeve attracted the unwanted attention of the USA branch of Camel cigarettes who demanded the band change the cover or face legal action. The USA record company quickly fashioned a new sleeve to avoid legal hassles. The original sleeve remained unchanged throughout the rest of the world as Geoff Jukes had already struck a deal with the European branch of the cigarette company to release tiny packets of cigarettes (5 cigarettes to a packet) using the CAMEL artwork, including track-listing. "
So almost right, if being completely wrong is in anyway regarded as "almost right". The David Lean film is of course Lawrence of Arabia and you are referring to the famous "mirage" entrance of Omar Sharif.  So the name for the visual effect that was like looking at the desert in said aforementioned film that is used on the cover of the Mirage album by Camel is "a mirage".

None of which helps in the thought process of thinking-up a letter box and hump joke. 

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Originally posted by Dean Dean wrote:

*desperately trying to think of a letterbox and hump joke, but drawing a blank*

 
If you remember the old cover (original maybe) that was used for America, it was a take on the Camel cigarettes design, but it was like looking at the desert on a famous David Lean film!
 
Or as we used to say in those old days ... you just needed really good dope!
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Originally posted by Horizons Horizons wrote:

it looks fake to me

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Originally posted by chopper chopper wrote:

Originally posted by Stool Man Stool Man wrote:

The last three issues have had covers featuring ELP, then Rick Wakeman, and now Kate Bush.  I've stopped buying it - does anyone know what's in these three issues?

What's wrong with those covers? The Kate Bush one was obviously to tie in with the tour.

Nothing wrong with the covers, I'm just identifying (for those who didn't see these issues) which artists are on the cover.
The reason I stopped buying the magazine is unrelated to who is on the cover, it's related to the magazine being too expensive and not enjoyable enough for me. I can't remember the last time I played one of their CDs twice.  And tying in with the tour should be done when the tour is happening.
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    This must be hot off the press.....it's not even listed on Prog's website yet ??
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Originally posted by Stool Man Stool Man wrote:

The last three issues have had covers featuring ELP, then Rick Wakeman, and now Kate Bush.  I've stopped buying it - does anyone know what's in these three issues?

What's wrong with those covers? The Kate Bush one was obviously to tie in with the tour.
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