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Sunday 8th September 2013:

Kundalini Shakti Devi - s/t
Le Orme - Uomo Di Pezza
P.F.M - Storia Di Un Minuto
Biglietto Per L'Inferno - s/t
Festa Mobile - Diario Di Viaggio Della...
Finch - Glory of the Inner Force, Beyond Expression
Black Bonzo - Sounds of the Apocalypse
Cybotron - Colossus
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Shostakovitch - Symphony No. 1 (not an "album", but it was on an LP)
Mike Oldfield - Islands
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i like D.F.A. 4th
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote irrelevant Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 09 2013 at 02:30
Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Originally posted by irrelevant irrelevant wrote:

Yesterday:
Kansas - Song For America
Kansas - Kansas
Kansas - Masque

Hey Gabe, you listened to them! Was that the first time they'd been let out of that box set?!

I can assure you those Kansas ones get a chance to breathe more than that Tull boxset I have!
Yep, finally tried those ones out. Good stuff! (Song For America, the title track, was absolutely tops! Just as you said it would be). Definitely putting together a Kansas compilation now. 

You got around to the Tull one yet? LOL

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Role Of The Observer - Quantum State
Majestic X - Majestic X
The Raven That Refused To Sing and other stories - Steven Wilson
Psychotic Waltz - Mosquito
The Tangent VII - Le Sacre Du Travail

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New Order— Power, Corruption, and Lies
Pink Floyd— DSOTM
Penderecki— Polymorphia
Penderecki— De Natura Sonoris Nos. 1 & 2
Messiaen— Poemes Pour Mi
Messiaen— O Sacrum Convivium!
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Yesterday and Today

Fates Warning--Still Life
Fates Warning--Parallels
NIN--Closer Ep (Halo 9)
NIN--March Of The Pigs Ep (Halo 7)
The Devin Townsend Project--Ziltoid The Omniscient
Elliot Godenthal--Alien 3 movie soundtrack.
NIN--Everyday Is Exactly The Same Ep (Halo 21)
Mortal Love--I Have Lost
Devil Doll--Eliogabalus (thank you Dennis.M! Great recommendation!)
Shamall--Ambiguous Points of View (Disc 1)
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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Bruckner Symphony 4-Hermann Abendroth
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Yesterday and Today
Devil Doll--Eliogabalus (thank you Dennis.M! Great recommendation!)

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Wednesday 11th September 2013:

Tangerine Dream - Tangram, Exit
Zoltan - First Stage Zoltan
Pollard, Daniel, Booth - Volume 2
Adelbert von Deyen - Sternzeit
Hanuman - Hanuman (bit underrated and unknown this German one)
Prof Wolfff - s/t (ditto this German one too, terrific album!)
Gong - Flying Teapot, You.

Nick, Crimson! I've only got one Devil Doll album `Sacrilegium' (was one of the very first prog albums I ever bought, I didn't know what the hell to make of it then!), and I've already dug it out to give it another spin, it's been yeeeears! Will report back, my friends!
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A lot of spare time today and yesterday Smile

Ktzat Acheret - S/T
Moving Gelatine Plates - Removing (2006)
Magma - Udu Wudu
Mahjun - I
Mahjun - II
Mahjun - Happy French Band
Abus Dangereux - Le Quatrieme Mouvement
Here & Now - UFOasis
Twink - Think Pink
Ingranaggi Della Valle - In Hoc Signo
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Riverside - Out Of Myself
Crack The Sky - Ghost
Amygdala - Complex Combat

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Memoriance - Et Apres
Carpe Diem - Cueille le Jour
Carpe Diem - En Regardent Passer le Temps
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Originally posted by The.Crimson.King The.Crimson.King wrote:

Memoriance - Et Apres

Hey, I just listened to this one about two days ago, nice little album. I see you have a thing for the french too.
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Thursday 12th September 2013:

Akasha – s/t (Dave, just read your review, I suspected you'd know this one!)
L'Impero Delle Ombre - I Compagni Di Baal
Bram Stoker - Schizo-Poltergeist
Prof Wolfff - s/t
Pink Floyd - More
Khan - Space Shanty
Krokodil - An Invisible World Revealed
Klaus Schulze - Body Love 2
Mantric Muse - s/t
Nemo - Revolu$ion
Daevid Allen/Microcosmic - Sacred Geometry 3
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Thursday 12th September 2013:

Akasha – s/t (Dave, just read your review, I suspected you'd know this one!)
L'Impero Delle Ombre - I Compagni Di Baal
Bram Stoker - Schizo-Poltergeist
Prof Wolfff - s/t
Pink Floyd - More
Khan - Space Shanty
Krokodil - An Invisible World Revealed
Klaus Schulze - Body Love 2
Mantric Muse - s/t
Nemo - Revolu$ion
Daevid Allen/Microcosmic - Sacred Geometry 3


I really really really dig that Akaska album outside of the vocalsBig smile Maybe it's because I'm from Scandinavia and hear it all the time, but our past attempts at the English lingo in regards to music have largely been horrendousEmbarrassed We're getting better, but damn....LOL Back then we should've stuck to our native guns imo.
Nice to see all the Krautrock you've been listening to as well. Love that Krokodil debut, and I especially adore that harmonica. Anybody who's ever doubted the range and possibilities of this instrument should definitely go check out this album!
Oh btw Michael - a little while back you asked me for an opinion on that Made In Germany record by ADll. I'm not sure if you caught my response, but if you did and thought I was crazy, then consider this last part of my post redundantEmbarrassed
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One thing I listened to yesterday that's worth mentioning was an audiobook (from the "33 1/3" Series) dissecting the David Bowie album "Low", my long-time favorite album by Bowie.  I'd started the audiobook months ago but only just now picked it back up and finished it.  Fascinating insights into a fascinating album.  I'd love to be able to write music  like that, but I'm not sure I have the patience.
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Last night and today (Thursday)

Artesia--Hilvern ( this is a good one for all you French lovers out there! :)
Redemption--Snowfall On Judgement Day ( sadly the LaBrie track 'Another Day Dies' is actually the worst track on the album...the only one at that. ;)
Shamall--This is Human Behaviour (love this album. Great guitar that is very Pink Floyd like from Krueller ;)
Christian Death-- The Iron Mask ( classic goth rock album with a bit of a punk flavor to it. Another great recommendation from Mr. King ;)
Derek Sherinian--Black Utopia ( I think this is his best album.)
Fates Warning--Awaken The Guardian
Goblin-- Non Ho Sonno
DPERD--Io Sono Un Errore (great Italian metal/Rpi band I recently discovered.)
Vangelis--El Greco ( one of my very favorites.)
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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Genesis - Trespass
Supertramp - Crime Of The Century
The Who - Quadrophenia
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