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Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

^^  ooh, Angel Station.  I go way back with that one. Thumbs Up


Angel Station is where I stopped with Manfred, after I saw where they were heading with Watch.
Isn't it too popy?
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Off we go again!

Malleus - Paranorm
Unit Wail - Pangaea Proxima
Arena - The Seventh Degree of Separation
Paatos - Silence of Another Kind
Paatos - Timeloss
Paatos - Kallocain
Ozric Tentacles - Paper Monkeys
Asia Minor - Between Flesh and Divine
Arkus - 1914
Anyone's Daughter - S/T
Cherry Five - S/T
Banco - s/t first album!

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Originally posted by sagichim sagichim wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

^^  ooh, Angel Station.  I go way back with that one. Thumbs Up


Angel Station is where I stopped with Manfred, after I saw where they were heading with Watch.
Isn't it too popy?
I guess it is, but I heard it played around the house a lot when I was a kid.  I didn't discover any of his proggier stuff until much later.  So a lot of the songs on Angel Station really take me back to my childhood.  It's sort of like listening to the Alan Parsons Project.


Edited by HolyMoly - November 30 2012 at 07:51
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Originally posted by sagichim sagichim wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

^^  ooh, Angel Station.  I go way back with that one. Thumbs Up


Angel Station is where I stopped with Manfred, after I saw where they were heading with Watch.
Isn't it too popy?
 
As with HolyMoly its a long time relation, I do enjoy.
 
On a scale from Prog to Rock to Pop, a lot more Pop than Prog.
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Needed me some funk...

Lafayette Afro Rock Bank - Malik
The Meters - The Meters
Herbie Hancock - Thrust
Weather Report - Sweetnighter
Grover Washington Jr - Mr Magic
Chick Corea - Return to forever
Billy Cobham - Spectrum
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Originally posted by irrelevant irrelevant wrote:

Looking at these threads remind me how little I listen to albums. 

Same here.
I pretty much always have on my I-Pod shuffle.
But I did yesterday put on, The Enid's-Salome from start to finish.
Shake & bake.
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Sparks - Kimono My House
Mick Karn - Concrete Twin
Rick Wakeman - King Arthur
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Here we go again...got my ear drums ringing with this heavy line up

In order...

Arena--Pride
Redemption---This Mortal Coil
Symphony X--Divine Wings of Tragety
Threshold still have all the goods that makes them one of the best classic rock/Prog metal bands in the world. 2014's For The Journey is worth a serious listen.
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Yesterday:
Klaus Schulze—Timewind
Magma—Mekanik Destruktiw Kommandoh (My first genuine listen of anything Magma. Mind blown.)

Today:
Magma—Kohntarkosz


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Dead Can Dance Anastasis, 
The Tea Club Quickly, Quickly, Quickly, 
Brian Eno & Laraaji Ambient 3: Day of Radiance
L'Estate di San Martino Talsete di Martinsino
The Invisible Opera Company of Tibet UFO Planante
Mystery The World Is a Game
Supersilent 6
Motorpsycho The Death Defying Unicorn
Alphataurus s/t

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Selling England by the Pound - Genesis
Relayer - Yes
Snowshoe Rabbit - At Sea

Luv'n me some classic symph, with a folk/pop/indie album thrown in for good measure.

By the way, does anyone have the remastered version of Relayer with the three bonus tracks?  I never paid them much attention, but today I listened closely to the early studio run-through of Gates of Delirium for the first time.  It's really interesting to hear how the piece developed between that version and the version that ended up on the album, because they're very different and the contrast provides a lot of insight into Yes' composition process.  Even the lyrics are almost totally different!


Edited by Ambient Hurricanes - November 30 2012 at 21:02
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Bruckner Symphony 4-Otto Klemperer

Mendelssohn Symphony 3-Otto Klemperer
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CloverSeeds The Opening
maudlin of the Well my Fruit PsychoBells...a seed combustible
Boris Heavy Rocks (2011)
Happy Family Toscco
Hail Spirit Noir Pneuma
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Off we go again!

Malleus - Paranorm
Unit Wail - Pangaea Proxima
Arena - The Seventh Degree of Separation
Paatos - Silence of Another Kind
Paatos - Timeloss
Paatos - Kallocain
Ozric Tentacles - Paper Monkeys
Asia Minor - Between Flesh and Divine
Arkus - 1914
Anyone's Daughter - S/T
Cherry Five - S/T
Banco - s/t first album!

Phew!


How did you enjoy the Arena album? A bit of a different take I'd say from their usual style. Added a bit more of a crossover prog element to their sound. The new vocalist, Paul Manzi really holds his own. The Great escape is my favourite track. :)
Threshold still have all the goods that makes them one of the best classic rock/Prog metal bands in the world. 2014's For The Journey is worth a serious listen.
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Frank Zappa - Roxy & Elsewhere
Frank Zappa - Waka/Jawaka
Frank Zappa - The Grand Wazoo
Frank Zappa - Baby Snakes
Frank Zappa - You Are What You Is
Frank Zappa - Studio Tan
Frank Zappa - The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life
Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 2
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

[QUOTE=Aussie-Byrd-Brother] Off we go again!
Arena - The Seventh Degree of Separation

How did you enjoy the Arena album? A bit of a different take I'd say from their usual style. Added a bit more of a crossover prog element to their sound. The new vocalist, Paul Manzi really holds his own. The Great escape is my favourite track. :)


After being initially VERY disappointed with it, I've found after several listens it really comes together well! So it's a bit more straightforward, but Nolan tastefully places nice subtle and restrained keyboards all over it, and the new singer is pretty good! Always makes me laugh, that spoken word into where at the end he bellows `CAN ANYBODY HEAR ME?!' reminds me so much of Bruce Dickenson from Iron Maiden lol! Overall, really great songwriting, catchy melodies - very happy with it! Glad I didn't just dismiss it on my first listen.


Glincolti - Visti & Imprevisti
Agitation Free - Second
Adelbert Von Deyen - Nordborg
Adelbert Von Deyen - Sternzeit
Machine Mass Trio - As Real As Thinking
Novalis - Sommerabend
Eloy - Ocean
Slivovitz - Bani Ahead
ADM - Arena Di Tollo Marras
Banco - s/t
Big Big Tain - English Electric part 1
Glass Hammer - Perilous
Novalis - Bumerang


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Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra
Gryphon - Raindance
The Residents - Fingerprince
Can - Tago Mago Live (in spite of the name, neither live in front of an audience nor having much to do with Tago Mago)
Blue Oyster Cult - On Your Feet or On Your Knees
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"The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album"
Led Zeppelin - "In Through the Out Door"
Led Zeppelin - "Houses of the Holy"
Pseudo/Sentai - "Nature's imagination One"
Pseudo/Sentai - "Making a Hole in the Center of the First Outside Planet"
Pseudo/Sentai - "Nature's imagination Two"
Led Zeppelin - "Physical Graffiti"
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Originally posted by Ambient Hurricanes Ambient Hurricanes wrote:

Selling England by the Pound - Genesis
Relayer - Yes
Snowshoe Rabbit - At Sea

Luv'n me some classic symph, with a folk/pop/indie album thrown in for good measure.

By the way, does anyone have the remastered version of Relayer with the three bonus tracks?  I never paid them much attention, but today I listened closely to the early studio run-through of Gates of Delirium for the first time.  It's really interesting to hear how the piece developed between that version and the version that ended up on the album, because they're very different and the contrast provides a lot of insight into Yes' composition process.  Even the lyrics are almost totally different!

I have it, the 2003 remasters are worth the money. You can pick them up quite cheaply nowadays. The bonus tracks are really cool, especially on TfTO as you get an extra album worth of bonus material.

for me:

Ghost - Opus Eponymous  
Horslips - The Tain
Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue
The Aggregation - Mind Odyssey 




Edited by bytor2112 - December 02 2012 at 01:38
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Originally posted by bytor2112 bytor2112 wrote:

Originally posted by Ambient Hurricanes Ambient Hurricanes wrote:


By the way, does anyone have the remastered version of Relayer with the three bonus tracks?  I never paid them much attention, but today I listened closely to the early studio run-through of Gates of Delirium for the first time.  It's really interesting to hear how the piece developed between that version and the version that ended up on the album, because they're very different and the contrast provides a lot of insight into Yes' composition process.  Even the lyrics are almost totally different!

I have it, the 2003 remasters are worth the money. You can pick them up quite cheaply nowadays. The bonus tracks are really cool, especially on TfTO as you get an extra album worth of bonus material.


I also have it.
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