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Poll Question: Which one is your favourite?
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    Posted: May 31 2013 at 05:19
Which one do you prefer?
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I've been obsessed with 'Nucleus' for years........Wacko - I love all their albums but 'Nucleus' is beyond amazing.
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The mad eyeball oneBig smile

They've made some fine albums, indeed, but my fave has always been Nucleus. There's an unwelcoming serrated and metallic feel to it that I've always loved. 
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HAHAHHH ninja'd by TomParty
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HI-YA !!!

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Speaking of which, there's some real karate going down on Nucleus.
I can just imagine all these ninjas jumping around in the studio throwing knives and poisonous dartsLOL
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.....and then some.  It's a real no b.s. album.  You say 'serrated and metallic' - I wouldn't go cutting up any pumpernickel with it but yeah - the band put eveything through distortion - and why not Headbanger
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PumpernickelLOL
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That intro to 'Book Of Hours' (in 13/8 time),  that build with the 'tron - room crashing potential.............
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I have no bearings on time sigs(even if I know my way round the drums), but I feel you Tom - that intro is spookydelicious!
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'Nother one for Nucleus.
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That now brings me to 'Hole' (From Within) - the tranquil middle section with Simon Nordberg on Hammond - takes me where I like to go Thumbs Up
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A tough one, love them all...

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Originally posted by memowakeman memowakeman wrote:

A tough one, love them all...


So do I. All their albums are in the 4-5 star range. But A Time of Day is my favourite, followed by Gravity.

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From Within closely followed by Gravity.
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Just ....  Can't .... decide

love em all
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Nucleus.  Definitely.  Nucleus.

I lump the 1st 3 songs together into what I call the "Nucleus Suite".  I rank that 22 minutes as some of the finest prog ever created in the history of the genre.
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All good but Nucleus is the best.,
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^Right on PaulBeer

If you had your pick between all of the releases - live included, what would you go for then? (I may actually still prefer Nucleus then, but Walking the Dead makes a good run for it though)
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