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    Posted: December 16 2009 at 04:57

Released their only album on Musea.

A short description is here (taken from http://www.progressor.net/review/c.html#changing_images_1991 ): 

Changing Images (Germany) - 1991 - "The Castle"  

Hey, fans of Edhels, Jean Pascal Boffo, and even Djam Karet and The Enid! This is the music for you, please be sure in it! Stylistically, "The Castle" is a unique blend of several genres, including Classic Art (Symphonic) Rock, modern Electronic Progressive, and... Neo-Classics! Structurally, this is quite serious music with really complex arrangements and fine interplays between guitars and keyboards. Finally, this all instrumental album was released on "Musea Records", and I love "Musea"... Check it out immediately (if you could find it, though).

I have the album. It is not my cup of tea, but I am not God (which may come as a surprise.......).

I think they should be included here. 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 17 2009 at 13:06
Interesting, I did a search for Changing Images in myspace and it took me to another prog band that released an album called Changing Images: Entropia Utupia from Greece: http://www.myspace.com/entropiautopia

Sorry I don't have anything to say about the band you're talking about at this time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 17 2009 at 13:12
The album can be heard at www.mindawn.com
http://www.mindawn.com/artists/ChangingImages
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