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    Posted: June 20 2013 at 17:34
Originally posted by Earendil

What's the best somewhat-modern progressive electronic album?


I'd say:-

Zombi - Spirit Animal
Radio Massacre International - Emissaries, Time & Motion
Steve Moore - Light Echoes
ARC - Church, Fracture
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Yak would have been a good one for that list.
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Originally posted by Earendil

What's the best somewhat-modern progressive electronic album?

I'm loving the new Mount Kimbie record - Cold Spring Fault Less Youth. I'd highly suggest that, if you want something new and fresh. Very minimalistic, but not really in the traditional sense, just very relaxed and abstract. I think it has potential to be a modern classic.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote A B Negative Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 21 2013 at 16:36
I love Tangerine Dream but Force Majeure is in second-last place in my list of 70s TD albums (Cyclone is in last place).

My vote goes to Radio-Aktivitšt, my favourite Kraftwerk Album.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote progbethyname Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 22 2013 at 16:04
Originally posted by zravkapt

^If you haven't heard the Zombi album on the list, it came out a couple of years ago. Fairly modern sounding but with some retro touches.



I totally agree. Great recommendation. :)
How Transatlantic's Kaleidoscope beat IQ's The Road Of Bones in the Prog album of the year category at this years Prog awards (2014) is beyond me.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote progbethyname Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 22 2013 at 16:06
Originally posted by A B Negative

I love Tangerine Dream but Force Majeure is in second-last place in my list of 70s TD albums (Cyclone is in last place).

My vote goes to Radio-Aktivitšt, my favourite Kraftwerk Album.


The vocals on Cyclone take some getting used to. I understand why you feel this way.

Have you heard LOGOS or HYPERBOREA? Amazing work by TD there. Highly recommend those 2. :)
How Transatlantic's Kaleidoscope beat IQ's The Road Of Bones in the Prog album of the year category at this years Prog awards (2014) is beyond me.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Virgo Rouge Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 23 2013 at 04:38
Thank you for the information on here. There is an unknown group named Loop Guru and they are very psychedelic. I would not call it prog..

There is an independent band named Viima and they are out of Finland. I like them.

I am also independent.

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I've got to go with Force Majeure. It's the only one I've heard of these and I haven't even heard the whole album.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote progbethyname Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 21 2013 at 19:28
Don't think I've mentioned ZOMBI's --Spirit Animal on this forum.

That is a keeper. Incredible soundscapes on that album.
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Voted for the erection
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Post Options Post Options   Quote verslibre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 22 2013 at 00:56
Originally posted by progbethyname

Originally posted by A B Negative

I love Tangerine Dream but Force Majeure is in second-last place in my list of 70s TD albums (Cyclone is in last place).

My vote goes to Radio-Aktivitšt, my favourite Kraftwerk Album.


The vocals on Cyclone take some getting used to. I understand why you feel this way.

Have you heard LOGOS or HYPERBOREA? Amazing work by TD there. Highly recommend those 2. :)


"Bent Cold Sidewalk" is a killer song, though! Gotta mention White Eagle along with those other two...anything that has Johannes Schmoelling on it, really. He elevated the band in a way even Edgar Froese did not.
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Originally posted by verslibre

Originally posted by progbethyname

Originally posted by A B Negative

I love Tangerine Dream but Force Majeure is in second-last place in my list of 70s TD albums (Cyclone is in last place).

My vote goes to Radio-Aktivitšt, my favourite Kraftwerk Album.


The vocals on Cyclone take some getting used to. I understand why you feel this way.

Have you heard LOGOS or HYPERBOREA? Amazing work by TD there. Highly recommend those 2. :)


"Bent Cold Sidewalk" is a killer song, though! Gotta mention White Eagle along with those other two...anything that has Johannes Schmoelling on it, really. He elevated the band in a way even Edgar Froese did not.


Bent Cold Sidewalk is by far, my favourite track off the Cyclone album.
Love the beginning and end sections of the song. :)
How Transatlantic's Kaleidoscope beat IQ's The Road Of Bones in the Prog album of the year category at this years Prog awards (2014) is beyond me.
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