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    Posted: May 06 2013 at 17:38
My top three are Porcupine Tree, Anekdoten and Kingston Wall. I'll vote later though as I want to spin these before I vote.Big smile
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Just from looking at the first five, i know this is going ot be hard.


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....went with the 'Tree on this one. 
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Vemod was my number 2 and Ptree #3 but I have been in a spacey mood lately (see Mantric Muse review) , so I went with Jurassic Shift! I should check out Kingston Wall, though! 
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IQ followed by Anekdoten

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Post Options Post Options   Quote verslibre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 06 2013 at 19:07
Whoa, this is way too hard. Rush, Ozric, Savatage, and IQ's Ever...too hard to pick just one.
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Originally posted by Horizons

Just from looking at the first five, i know this is going ot be hard.


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....went with the 'Tree on this one. 
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Probably my favourite of their Psychedelic period. Always Never, Burning Sky, Fadeaway are all so good.
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Originally posted by tszirmay

Vemod was my number 2 and Ptree #3 but I have been in a spacey mood lately (see Mantric Muse review) , so I went with Jurassic Shift! I should check out Kingston Wall, though! 
 
I'm always impressed at how well the Ozrics do in polls when people complain about their music sounding the same. Just goes to show they have a ton of fans who love their style. And you should definitely check out Kingston Wall's masterpiece. I think even Finforest(Jim) gave that 5 stars as did I.Big smile
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Jurassic Shift!!

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IQ followed by Anekdoten

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How good is The Darkest Hour ? Not bad me thinks.  "Ever" was Nicholls triumphant return with the band after some 8 years. Good to see Anekdoten mentioned a couple of times. I'm leaning that way but want to hear these first. Listening to Pendragon right now.
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Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
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Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
 
I was surprised myself at the lack of Avant music released that year. U Totem, Bondage Fruit and 5uu's all released albums the following year (1994).
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Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad

Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
 
I was surprised myself at the lack of Avant music released that year. U Totem, Bondage Fruit and 5uu's all released albums the following year (1994).


I'd probably go with The Muffins - Chronometers, Jean Lapouge - Hauts Plateaux, and Fripp & Sylvian - Damage.
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Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
 
I was surprised myself at the lack of Avant music released that year. U Totem, Bondage Fruit and 5uu's all released albums the following year (1994).


I'd probably go with The Muffins - Chronometers, Jean Lapouge - Hauts Plateaux, and Fripp & Sylvian - Damage.

I have Chronometers as a 1992 release but I could be wrong. Great album regardless.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm

Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad

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Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
 
I was surprised myself at the lack of Avant music released that year. U Totem, Bondage Fruit and 5uu's all released albums the following year (1994).


I'd probably go with The Muffins - Chronometers, Jean Lapouge - Hauts Plateaux, and Fripp & Sylvian - Damage.

I have Chronometers as a 1992 release but I could be wrong. Great album regardless.
Wikipedia, RYM and the copyright line on the back of my copy of the CD all have it as 1993
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Pretty sucky year for me but I'll go with the Tentacled Ones.
 
I was surprised myself at the lack of Avant music released that year. U Totem, Bondage Fruit and 5uu's all released albums the following year (1994).


I'd probably go with The Muffins - Chronometers, Jean Lapouge - Hauts Plateaux, and Fripp & Sylvian - Damage.

I have Chronometers as a 1992 release but I could be wrong. Great album regardless.
Wikipedia, RYM and the copyright line on the back of my copy of the CD all have it as 1993
 
They should change that here at PA then. The copyright line on my copy also says 1993.
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First vote for Citizen Cain.
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My top three here are Counterparts, Ozrics and Kingston Wall. Naturally I would go for Ozric but this time I'll go with Kingston Wall, this album is simply too awesome to beat!
Since they have no votes I guess a lot of people just don't know them.
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Anekdoten followed by IQ.
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