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Stanley Clarke - Stanley Clarke
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Silverchair - Diorama
Split Enz - Mental Notes 
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I am listening to 'The Long Division' by 3RDegree. I have to also say that 'Elephant' by Tame Impala reminds me of early Pink Floyd and I like that very much
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The Doors - The Doors
Galahad - Beyond The Realms Of Euphoria
Yes - Yes
Crippled Black Phoenix - (Mankind) The Crafty Ape
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Van Der Graaf Generator - Pawn Hearts
Amon Duul II - Yeti
Rush - Grace Under Pressure
Swans - The Burning World
Magma - KA
Jethro Tull - A Passion Play
At the Drive-In - Acrobatic Tenement
Echolyn - Suffocating the Bloom
Gnidrolog - In Spite of Harry's Toenail
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Oh dear, I've totally fell behind on this Confused.  This week, something like:-

Saturday

The Pineapple Thief - Someone Here Is Missing
Steve Wilson - Insurgentes

Sunday

Klaus Sculze - La Vie Electronique 6 (discs 2 and 3)
Robert Rich/Ian Boddy - React  (this is truly awesome)

Monday

Radio Massacre International - Solid States (disc 1)

Tuesday 

Radio Massacre International - Solid States (disc 2)

Wednesday

Ian Boddy - Elemental

Thursday

Neal Morse - Testimony (disc 1)
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Yesterday:

Gentle Giant-The Power and The Glory
ELP-Tarkus
Yes-The Ladder

Earlier:

Yes-Tales From Topographic Oceans

Right now in the process of listening to

King Crimson- Thrak(first listen) KC always evolving and changing members this time adding Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto. To me it sounds like post- Industrial music(if there is one genre I can't stand it's post- Industrial) but that's me.

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Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.”
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"Ignorance and Prejudice and Fear walk Hand in Hand"- Neil Peart

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Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

now in the process of listening toKing Crimson- Thrak(first listen) KC always evolving and changing members this time adding Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto. To me it sounds like post- Industrial music(if there is one genre I can't stand it's post- Industrial) but that's me.


PM2112, you might want to approach the follow-up album `ConstruKCtion of Light' with caution then (if you were planning on getting to that one too), it's a very metallic, noisy and impossibly cold beast! I happen to rather like it, but it's certainly even more in that `post-industrial' style, as you put in, than `Thrak'!

Not the dog of an album it's made out to be, but not very well liked by many fans at the same time!
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

now in the process of listening toKing Crimson- Thrak(first listen) KC always evolving and changing members this time adding Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto. To me it sounds like post- Industrial music(if there is one genre I can't stand it's post- Industrial) but that's me.


PM2112, you might want to approach the follow-up album `ConstruKCtion of Light' with caution then (if you were planning on getting to that one too), it's a very metallic, noisy and impossibly cold beast! I happen to rather like it, but it's certainly even more in that `post-industrial' style, as you put in, than `Thrak'!

Not the dog of an album it's made out to be, but not very well liked by many fans at the same time!


I approach whatever the heck I want. I completely disregard cautions LOL. Speaking of The ConstruKCtion of Light(haha I get it!). I will get to that after listening to Thrak Wink.Thanks. Actually I was thinking of listening to it afterwards LOL


Edited by ProgMetaller2112 - March 07 2013 at 03:14
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Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

I approach whatever the heck I want. I completely disregard cautions LOL. Speaking of The ConstruKCtion of Light(haha I get it!). I will get to that after listening to Thrak Wink.Thanks. Actually I was thinking of listening to it afterwards LOL

Haha good to hear lol! I'll be interested to read how you go with it!

Now...`The Power To Believe' after that one, now THAT is a terrific album! Truly sounds cutting edge, modern, inventive, not a bunch of tired old men playing it safe! REALLY hope you like that one! :)
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

I approach whatever the heck I want. I completely disregard cautions LOL. Speaking of The ConstruKCtion of Light(haha I get it!). I will get to that after listening to Thrak Wink.Thanks. Actually I was thinking of listening to it afterwards LOL

Haha good to hear lol! I'll be interested to read how you go with it!

Now...`The Power To Believe' after that one, now THAT is a terrific album! Truly sounds cutting edge, modern, inventive, not a bunch of tired old men playing it safe! REALLY hope you like that one! :)


For my first listen to Thrak I really didn't like it. I mean we have 6 really talented musicians who did nothing impressive(I don't want to start a fight or anything). They had no counter rhythms within the context of the double trio and Adrian did his best to sound like George Harrison and John Lennon,  nothing new really. A waste,really. And I don't want to start anything Wink. I've actually listened to Level Five from The Power To Believe


Edited by ProgMetaller2112 - March 07 2013 at 03:35
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Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

For my first listen to Thrak I really didn't like it. I mean we have 6 really talented musicians who did nothing impressive(I don't want to start a fight or anything). They had no counter rhythms within the context of the double trio and Adrian did his best to sound like George Harrison and John Lennon,  nothing new really. A waste,really. And I don't want to start anything Wink. I've actually listened to Level Five from The Power To Believe


Well, you've encouraged me to dig out my CD of `Thrak' when I get home, I haven't listened to it in years, don't even have it on my Ipod here at work (I think!). So now I'LL have to report back on what I thought!
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Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)
Haken - Visions
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Solipsistic - Semantic Saturation
The High Places - Oblivion Sun
 
Both on progstreaming. Both worth more than one single listen.
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Originally posted by sagichim

The Muffins - Manna/MirageRobert Wyatt - Rock BottomRobert Wyatt - Ruth Is Stranger Than RichardJade Warrior - Way Of The SunDialeto - Will Exist ForeverIl Berlione - S/TGevende - EVGevende - Sen Balik Degilsin Ki (I have no words, they are amazing!!!)



Gevende are awesome, I've been meaning to acquire their stuff for a while.

Today
Woven hand - Ten Stomes
Woven Hand - Laughing Stalk
Munly & The Lee Lewis Harlots - s/t
Slim Cessnas Auto Club - Cipher
Unexpect - In a Flesh Aquarium
Moon Safari - Lovers End
Moon Safari - Lovers End part 3
Make a Rising - Rip Through the Black Hawk Night
Peeping Tom - s/t
Joseph Haydn - Symphonies 76-81
Jamiroquai - Return of the Space Cowboy
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Spock's Beard - Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep (great album)
planning on listening to
Godsticks - The Envisage Conundrum (again)
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Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused to Sing (again)
so an afternoon of great music planned so far
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Originally posted by TheGazzardian

Originally posted by sagichim

The Muffins - Manna/MirageRobert Wyatt - Rock BottomRobert Wyatt - Ruth Is Stranger Than RichardJade Warrior - Way Of The SunDialeto - Will Exist ForeverIl Berlione - S/TGevende - EVGevende - Sen Balik Degilsin Ki (I have no words, they are amazing!!!)


Gevende are awesome, I've been meaning to acquire their stuff for a while.

I'm sure you won't regret it. As awesome as their debut is, the second one is even better, it's a bit more mature, they seemed to be working on their melodies and refining them to the point of perfect. If you don't mind the beautiful vocals in turkish then you are in for a treat.
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112

For my first listen to Thrak I really didn't like it. I mean we have 6 really talented musicians who did nothing impressive(I don't want to start a fight or anything). They had no counter rhythms within the context of the double trio and Adrian did his best to sound like George Harrison and John Lennon,  nothing new really. A waste,really. And I don't want to start anything Wink. I've actually listened to Level Five from The Power To Believe


Well, you've encouraged me to dig out my CD of `Thrak' when I get home, I haven't listened to it in years, don't even have it on my Ipod here at work (I think!). So now I'LL have to report back on what I thought!

For me it's just another great album by this outstanding band. Favorites: Dinosaur, Walking On Air, People, One Time and sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream.
"One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain.."
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Izz - Crush Of Night
Via Obscura - Gedanken
Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
Kraftwerk - The Man Machine
District 97 - Trouble With Machines

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Today

King Crimson-Thrak
Gentle Giant-Three Friends
Gentle Giant-The Power and The Glory
ELP-Self-Titled(ELP)
King Crimson-Three Of A Perfect Pair
King Crimson-Beat
King Crimson-Lizard
ELP-Brain Salad Surgery

Woah I don't think I've posted this many before in one day Shocked


Edited by ProgMetaller2112 - March 08 2013 at 16:15
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Ignorance is strength.”
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