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Asian/Middle-Eastern Prog WC: Zypressen/Asia Minor

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Poll Question: Which band/artist do you prefer?
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    Posted: July 05 2012 at 22:25
Asian & Middle-Eastern Prog "World" Cup: Leg 1, Round 2

This bracket is for the first of four legs. There will be three more of these, with 32 new artists each.




Chose your preferred artist. The one with the most votes moves on to the next round.

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Zypressen:



Asia Minor:



POLL ENDS JULY 9




Edited by Anthony H. - July 05 2012 at 22:26
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From what I heard I'll vote Asia Minor, I also am definatly checking this group out!
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Zypressen
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Voted for Asia Minor, their album `Between Flesh and Divine' is one of my favourite prog albums of the 80's. Beautiful playing and arrangements, terrific flute and soaring grand guitar work. Charming accented vocals too!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Bearded Bard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 06 2012 at 07:26
Asia Minor.
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Asia Minor
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Asia Minor for me as well.
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I'm sorry to see Zypressen so far behind (only 2 votes compared to 12 before I voted for Zypressen just now)  I have had Zypressen's album for about five years, and enjoy it muchly.  I don't own any Asia Minor CDs, but had heard samples before, and now the ones posted, and it doesn't appeal to me as much.
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I sort of liked Asia Minor a bit more, but the first video from Zypressen was really great too.
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I'm closing this a day early.

Asia Minor advances, and Zypressen is eliminated.
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