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    Posted: July 14 2013 at 18:08
Ephel Duath - The Painter's Palette
Tool - 10,000 days
Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom
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Nine Inch Nails--GHOSTS 1-36
IQ--Ever
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Nosferatu - Art Zoyd
Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden
Brain - Hiromi Uehara

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Originally posted by Takeshi Kovacs

- iron Maiden - Iron Maiden



Phantom of the opera I think is the best track on the debut.
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Yes - Tales From Topographic Oceans
Schubert: Symphony 6
Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame
1000 Classical Masterpieces: Piano Concertos
Big Big Train - English Electric (Part One)
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Yesterday:
Yes - Close to the Edge
First Aid Kit - The Lion's Roar
Deep Purple - Fireball
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
Deep Purple - Book of Taliesin
Riverside - Shrine of New Generation Slaves
Bobby Sant - It's Just a Lonely Feeling
Chelsea Wolfe - Ἀποκάλυψις (Apokalypsis)
 
Today:
Rush - Hemispheres
Rush - Moving Pictures
Genesis - Nursery Cryme
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Tuesday 16th July 2013:

Alchemy - Clive Nolan
Anglagard - Viljers Oga
Anima Morte - Face the Sea of Darkness, The Nightmare Becomes Reality
Progenesi - Ullisse: L'Alfiere Nero
Goblin - Back To The Goblin
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Anima Morte - Face the Sea of Darkness, The Nightmare Becomes Reality
 
Wow, Anima Morte! Great band, I own both those albums but I really prefer "Face the Sea of Darkness", that one has lots of extremely interesting ideas and sounds. Great to see someone else listening to them :D Unfortunately they seem to have disappeared from the face of the earth after "The Nightmare..." no shows, no albums, no updates...


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Josef, I love both those Anima Morte albums, I like the second one a bit more, but seriously, they're both superb! Both are totally essential to me! I listen to `The Nightmare...' constantly while I'm at work!

What a shame, that band has so much potential. They really should have contacted Goblin and offered their services for some support slots on their current tour, the two bands would perfectly compliment eachother!
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Josef, I love both those Anima Morte albums, I like the second one a bit more, but seriously, they're both superb! Both are totally essential to me! I listen to `The Nightmare...' constantly while I'm at work!

What a shame, that band has so much potential. They really should have contacted Goblin and offered their services for some support slots on their current tour, the two bands would perfectly compliment eachother!

Oops never mind, I just double-checked their facebook page and I obviously missed their update. They are writing their third album at the moment, never heard of any shows though... maybe they prefer to stay in the studio ^^
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Tool - Lateralus
Converge - Jane Doe
Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
John Frusciante - The Empyrean
Deftones - White Pony
Ephel Duath - The Painter's Palette
Ride - Nowhere
Burial - Untrue
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Rolling Stones - Grrr!
Jimi - People, Hell & Angels
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Dead Can Dance - "Aion" and "Spiritwalker"
Rickie Lee Jones - Debut album and "Pirates" She might not be considered prog but I love her underrated voice and ingenuity.
...and just to keep some classic prog in the mix....
Jethro Tull - "Thick as a Brick" (the original of course)
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Tuesday 16th July 2013:

Alchemy - Clive Nolan
Anglagard - Viljers Oga
Anima Morte - Face the Sea of Darkness, The Nightmare Becomes Reality
Progenesi - Ullisse: L'Alfiere Nero
Goblin - Back To The Goblin


Very nice Micheal. We're you able to play both acts of Alchemy back to back?
Also. Can't seem to get a copy of ANGLAGÄRD's latest. How is it? Does it hold a candle to Hybris?
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Yesterday and today.

Pendragon--out of order comes chaos(both discs)
Pendragon---Introducing Pendragon (2 disc compilation done by Nick Barrett himself.)
IQ--Forever live (both discs)
Comedy Of Errors--Disobey
Sound of contact--Dimensionaut (hey. This isn't bad. Simon Collins may win break through prog artist of the year for me.
Tangerine Dream--Logos live.
Poverty's no crime--Save my soul
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Yesterday and today.
IQ--Forever live (both discs)

I absolutely love the super slowed down version of "The Enemy Smacks" on this.  And on the video side, during the final moments when death-masked-and-cloaked Peter pulls back his sleeve to reveal the rope still tied on his upper arm searching for a vein...wow...my all time fave IQ moment Bowdown
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Sigh - Imaginary Sonicscape
Sunn O))) - Monoliths & Dimensions
Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
Tool - Aenima
Cluster - Cluster II
Alcest - Ecailles de lune
The Mars Volta - De-Loused in the Comatorium
Deftones - s/t
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Faust - Faust IV
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Originally posted by progbethyname

Very nice Micheal. We're you able to play both acts of Alchemy back to back? Also. Can't seem to get a copy of ANGLAGÄRD's latest. How is it? Does it hold a candle to Hybris?

I play it back to back all the time now, Professor Jagman! I should be posting a review of it over the next few days, you inspired me with yours, my friend!

Now, as for my opinion on the Anglagard newie, here's some discussions that RichardH and I had over it a few days ago on a thread called `Anglagard Discussions' in the Appreciation section.

Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Originally posted by richardh

I've found the latest album a lot tougher to listen to than Hybris. I have to give them the benefit of the doubt and persevere if only because the level of musicianship is the very highest. I need more time to 'get it' perhaps.

Sadly, as much as it's still rather good, for me the latest one is not a patch on the previous two. It doesn't have that sense of flow, the constant reprises that the first two albums have. Strangely, I also get quite sick of it by about the half way point and rarely hear the album all the way through to the end. It's noisy, fragmented and abrasive, too many little sections and ideas that don't really form together too well.

But...it's certainly not a case of a band running out of ideas. Just a different approach than before, experimenting, and definately not merely repeating themselves. Guess I admire it more than actually like it.

I also noticed that, personally for me, I can think of endless other fairly recent instrumental albums that wipe the floor with it.


I might add that there is ENDLESS rave reviews for it, so don't let me put you off it!
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Chelsea Wolfe - Apokalypsis
Animal Collective - Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vainshed
DJ Shadow - Endtroducing.....
Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom
Disco Inferno - DI Go Pop
Unwound - The Leaves Turn Inside You
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