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Originally posted by Dellinger Dellinger wrote:

Originally posted by Ethelred7 Ethelred7 wrote:

When you hear a car alarm and you can realize influences from Wakeman to Emerson on it, as well as in any electronic device (which all owe a lot to Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream...)


Yeah, it happened some time ago to me, with a rather noisy printer, which sounded like the weird effects on "Tocatta" played bye ELP.

Every time I'm on a bus, I hear that inicial sound on Exiles (King Crimson). Wacko
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A friend exclaims "F*** yes!" and you ask "What's wrong with Yes?"

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote martinprog77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 04 2014 at 23:52
Originally posted by HemispheresOfXanadu HemispheresOfXanadu wrote:

A friend exclaims "F*** yes!" and you ask "What's wrong with Yes?"
LOLLOLLOLLOLLOL
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When you can't give a simple explanation for the kind of music you listen to.

'Well, I love Prog and Prog is.....blah blah blah.
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...you have to explain to your wife / girlfriend why your search history includes the term "teenage prostitute".
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When you think that The Book Of Genesis is a biography.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote StaaViinsZ Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2014 at 17:32
When you start coming up with cute little names for Prog like "Prog-ette" "Proggie" "Praugue" or "Proggie Cakes"

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If your bill for music purchases during the course of one monthever once, exceeded your rent.
Now that wound be impressive

And .....
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^That was me all of last summer, which is why I am such a bum at the momentEmbarrassed

Also: You know you're a prog addict when you get an erection every time a tuba comes near you. Why? Don't ask, but it was the golden age of RIO.
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You only eat lunch if it's one o'clock.
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- you lose your virginity to Gong's "I Never Glid Before".
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When no one you know at work or in your immediate circle of friends has ever heard of the bands you listen to,and or your favorite bands get little or no radio airplay.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

^That was me all of last summer, which is why I am such a bum at the momentEmbarrassed
Also: You know you're a prog addict when you get an erection every time a tuba comes near you. Why? Don't ask, but it was the golden age of RIO.


Still got CDs in your kitchen cupboards I imagine.   
I remember you told me about a drunk order of around 430$ ?
Impressive for one haul.
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Your a Prog addict when you obsessively plan out your next Prog album review and how you can turn your personal rating of 3 stars into
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Originally posted by HemispheresOfXanadu HemispheresOfXanadu wrote:


A friend exclaims "F*** yes!" and you ask "What's wrong with Yes?"


Oh I'm gonna try to remember that


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When you grow out a big beard, so you can look like Phil Collins circa 1977.
I am grateful I can grow one like phil!
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