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    Posted: May 08 2012 at 04:32
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Mr. Bungle - Disco Volante
Don Cabalerro - 2
Death - Symbolic
King Crimson - THRAK
Marillion - Afraid Of Sunlight
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Symbolic
Disco VOlante
Edges of Twilight
Songs from the Lion's Cage
Sea of Light

These ones for me - with Mr Bungle being my favourite
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AtomicCrimsonRush Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 08 2012 at 05:49
Mr Bungle? I was always scared of that band after seeing Quote Unquote film clip on MTV at midnight and never forgot those disturbing images of bodies hanging from the rafters, demented clowns, and some broken doll's face on the railroad tracks... Brrrrrr!
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Some creepy stuff for sure! :)

That album (self titled) has some odd carnival evil going on - but their album 'California' is like the Beach Boys with more eclecticism at times. It's pretty amazing stuff (1999 release but)
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1)    Spock`s Beard – The Light

2)    Shadow Gallery – Carved in stone

3)    The Flower Kings – Back in the World of Adventures

4)    Arena – Songs from the lions cage

5)    Savatage – Dead Winter Dead

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The sky moves sideways
The light
Afraid of sunlight
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Sky Moves Sideways
Nucleus
Disco Volante
As the World
De Republica
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To be honest, I haven't heard most of these albums.  I'll go with the ones I'm familiar with, since they're both bands I really like alot:
 
1.  King Crimson - Thrak
2.  The Tea Party - Edges of Twilight (great Toronto band that flew under the radar)
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Very nice! Thumbs Up
For me:
1. Porcupine Tree
2. Don Caballero
3. Marillion
4. The Flower Kings
5. Anekdoten

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Originally posted by spknoevl spknoevl wrote:


2.  The Tea Party - Edges of Twilight (great Toronto band that flew under the radar)

I saw them live last summer at a free local music festival. The lead singer said they were getting back together after a long hiatus and there might be a new album in store sometime in the near future. Songs like Temptation and Heaven Coming Down are usually player quite frequently on local radio stations in the Toronto area. They're a great band that really only had adequate success in Canada. Edge Of Twilight is a very good album - it's got some spacey moments and some hard rocking Zeppelin moments.
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My list would be very different, so just two from your list...

1. Miriodor's Jongleries Elastique (the first post 70s "prog umbrella" band I loved)

2. Anekdoten's Nucleus
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No particular order:

Porcupine Tree
Anekdoten
Mr. Bungle
Deus Ex Machina
Miriodor
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Porcupine Tree
Anekdoten
Don Cab
Deus Ex
Thrak
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  1. In the Woods...- HEart of the Ages
  2. Anathema- The Silent Enigma
  3. White Willow- Ignis Fatuus
  4. Opeth- Orchid
  5. The Tea Party- The Edges of Twilight
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Tea Party- Edges of Twilight (Fantastic album, one of my all time favorites, was glad to find it here.)
Spock's Beard- The Light
Those are the only two.
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King Crimson
Miriodor

I would personally add

Radio Massacre International - Frozen North
Uz Jsme Doma - Fairytales from Needland



Edited by Nogbad_The_Bad - May 08 2012 at 22:06
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From the list :
Anekdoten
Nuova Era
Porcupine Tree
The Tea Party
Spock's Beard
"The wind is slowly tearing her apart"

"Sad Rain" ANEKDOTEN
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From the ones here:

Don Caballero 2 which I love.

Disco Volante which I like a lot.

And Uz Jsme Doma "Fairytales from Needland" as Nogbad said which I quite like as well.

The Ruins album "Hyderomastroningem" (yep spelt it from memory) which is awesome.

And Ved Buens Ende.

Now if I remembered any other albums from 1995.....

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1-Symbolic
2-The Sky Moves Sideways
3-Mandylion
4-The Light
5-Songs From The Lion's Cage
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