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    Posted: April 10 2011 at 13:32
I think it will be interesting to see the results Wink
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Jethro Tull. 
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Presumably, you're asking for our favourite, in which case my answer would be Tull about 95% of the time, and the other 5% VDGG when I am really in that kind of zone and mood.

It is a little bit difficult to create a poll with such varying bands isn't it? They barely have anything in common.


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Tull without blinking an eye.
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Van der Graaf Generator.
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Originally posted by lazland lazland wrote:

It is a little bit difficult to create a poll with such varying bands isn't it? They barely have anything in common.
That's why I created this poll) 
Hammill is the directed opposite of Anderson IMO (though I love both)

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Originally posted by Varon Varon wrote:

Originally posted by lazland lazland wrote:

It is a little bit difficult to create a poll with such varying bands isn't it? They barely have anything in common.
That's why I created this poll) 
Hammill is the directed opposite of Anderson IMO (though I love both)


Fair comment. I was just curiousSmile


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A Passion Play sounds like the album Van der Graaf Generator could have done but never did.  I definitely prefer Jethro Tull.
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 Jethro!!
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If we are talking about classic Prog bands, as much as I love Jethro Tull, and I already have my ticket to see Ian Anderson next month, VdGG could only lose against Genesis to my tastes.
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Jethro tull!
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Tulls are absolutely better for me (although I donīt like their whole work unconditionally and some of this one I simply canīt stand).
 
I like also, they donīt take themselves too seriously like metaphysical, philosophical and over-combined Graafs.
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Jethro Tull, no question. 
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Originally posted by Gandalff Gandalff wrote:

Tulls are absolutely better for me (although I donīt like their whole work unconditionally and some of this one I simply canīt stand).
 
I like also, they donīt take themselves too seriously like metaphysical, philosophical and over-combined Graafs.

Over-combined?

What does that mean??



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I've listened to Tull on and off for over 30 years but have never been inspired to buy much more than a greatest hits and Aqualung (I've heard a lot more but it doesn't do a lot for me).

I have got into VDGG quite heavily just in the last few months so that's what I'm going for.  I have to say, though, I really don't see the point of polls like this!



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Go VdGG, GOOOOOOOO!!!
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Originally posted by ProgBob ProgBob wrote:

I've listened to Tull on and off for over 30 years but have never been inspired to buy much more than a greatest hits and Aqualung (I've heard a lot more but it doesn't do a lot for me).

I have got into VDGG quite heavily just in the last few months so that's what I'm going for.  I have to say, though, I really don't see the point of polls like this!

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