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Mark Miller (U.S.) for Crossover prog

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    Posted: June 14 2013 at 01:06
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Acoustic-based rock music, not really hearing prog.
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Got the album , and not really prog , unless you could say Rock influenced bit of  prog  
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Which of the albums? He's got quite a few...
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