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Albums You Own (Ranked 51-75)

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Poll Question: Which of these albums do you own?
Poll Choice Votes Poll Statistics
19 [4.32%]
32 [7.27%]
18 [4.09%]
29 [6.59%]
13 [2.95%]
22 [5.00%]
10 [2.27%]
20 [4.55%]
18 [4.09%]
19 [4.32%]
19 [4.32%]
27 [6.14%]
13 [2.95%]
9 [2.05%]
12 [2.73%]
9 [2.05%]
23 [5.23%]
22 [5.00%]
13 [2.95%]
19 [4.32%]
19 [4.32%]
12 [2.73%]
11 [2.50%]
16 [3.64%]
16 [3.64%]
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    Posted: December 02 2013 at 16:31
9/25... Genesis, Gentle Giant, Pain Of Salvation, Opeth, Focus, Van Der Graaf Generator and Camel. Except of Pain and Opeth older stuff.
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Originally posted by bloodnarfer

Originally posted by Neo-Romantic

I've got 5: Second Life Syndrome, The Inner Mounting Flame, Still Life, Blackwater Park, and The Perfect Element.

I was prepared to agree with you, Dennis, in my pick for favorite, but The Perfect Element may yet give it a run for its money Shocked  



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Definitely between still life and perfect element for my fav.  I have 15/25 of these
Sleeper, you're not a prog electronic guy?

Not in the slightest. Several years ago I gave a run through several of the samples we have here on the site, plus I've listened to a few Cluster albums, and have come to the conclusion that it'll be the one sub genre I'll never buy anything from.  
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20/25 amazing list ! Don't have Phideaux, Banco, Gong, Area and Khan.
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0/25

Who made this list!!! LOL

The only ones I've heard are Tangerine Dream, Genesis, and Caravan.


Edited by Metalmarsh89 - December 02 2013 at 17:56
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16/25
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Nogbad_The_Bad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 02 2013 at 20:37
19/25

Missing:-
Genesis
Gentle Giant - P&TG
Opeth
POS
Focus
Banco
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21/25

Have heard all but Still Life. Do not own Pain of Salvation, Still Life, Grand Wazoo, or Doomsday Afternoon.

Interesting that I feel more affinity to the whole of this set of 25 than either of the previous two!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Mellotron Storm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 02 2013 at 22:09
All but Renaissance which i've heard(borrowed for a couple of weeks from a friend) but won't buy as I just can't get into it.
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Originally posted by Metalmarsh89

0/25

Who made this list!!! LOL

The only ones I've heard are Tangerine Dream, Genesis, and Caravan.

Most of them are real classics:

Renaissance - Scheherazade And Other Stories
Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame
- Magma - KA
Museo Rosenbach - Zarathustra
Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element Pt. 1
Focus - Hamburger Concert
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso - s/t

Are in opr close to the level of masterpieces.

And even when not my cup of tea, any Camel, Zappa, Al di Meola, Gong or Gentle Giant albums are albums any prog fan must  have listened.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote iamathousandapples Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 00:18
6: Pain of Salvation, Trick, Renaissance, Opeth, Riverside, and Mahavishnu. There are only maybe 4 on this list that I don't have that interest me at all
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Progosopher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 00:19
14/25. My favorites are Scheherezade, Hamburger Concerto and Space Shanty.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote infocat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 00:43
15/25.  Too lazy to vote this time.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote antonyus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 00:49
20/25 (some of vinyl)
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24/25
Dig me...But don't...Bury me
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Originally posted by Ivan_Melgar_M

Originally posted by Metalmarsh89

0/25

Who made this list!!! LOL

The only ones I've heard are Tangerine Dream, Genesis, and Caravan.

Most of them are real classics:

Renaissance - Scheherazade And Other Stories
Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame
- Magma - KA
Museo Rosenbach - Zarathustra
Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element Pt. 1
Focus - Hamburger Concert
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso - s/t

Are in opr close to the level of masterpieces.

And even when not my cup of tea, any Camel, Zappa, Al di Meola, Gong or Gentle Giant albums are albums any prog fan must  have listened.

IvŠn


I was only joking. I've listened to Magma and Focus before, just not the specified albums. Actually same for Mahavishnu Orchestra too.
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Originally posted by bloodnarfer

Originally posted by Neo-Romantic

I've got 5: Second Life Syndrome, The Inner Mounting Flame, Still Life, Blackwater Park, and The Perfect Element.

I was prepared to agree with you, Dennis, in my pick for favorite, but The Perfect Element may yet give it a run for its money Shocked  



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Indeed I did! I definitely owe you for the wonderful suggestion. A million thanks again for your help all those weeks ago! Definitely greatly appreciated Handshake

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8/25 again.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bloodnarfer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 10:11
Originally posted by Neo-Romantic

Originally posted by bloodnarfer

Originally posted by Neo-Romantic

I've got 5: Second Life Syndrome, The Inner Mounting Flame, Still Life, Blackwater Park, and The Perfect Element.

I was prepared to agree with you, Dennis, in my pick for favorite, but The Perfect Element may yet give it a run for its money Shocked  



ohhh you like it I'm so happy Clap


Indeed I did! I definitely owe you for the wonderful suggestion. A million thanks again for your help all those weeks ago! Definitely greatly appreciated Handshake



haha glad I could help!! Well I checked out Haken - The Mountain from your suggestion so I say we're equal now Handshake
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Sagichim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 10:16
22/25
Don't have Opeth, Tangerine Dream, Pain Of Salvation.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bloodnarfer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2013 at 10:22
Originally posted by sleeper

Originally posted by bloodnarfer


Sleeper, you're not a prog electronic guy?

Not in the slightest. Several years ago I gave a run through several of the samples we have here on the site, plus I've listened to a few Cluster albums, and have come to the conclusion that it'll be the one sub genre I'll never buy anything from.  

I understand what you mean.  I gave Rubycon and some others a listen a few years back and was bored out of my mind.  Wasn't until I hit the ripe age of 22 and I was looking for something ambient to listen to while programming at work that I picked up Rubycon again.  I started listening to it while working and when going to sleep at night (weird, cool dreams!) and even on quiet rainny afternoons and now I can safetly say that I like prog electronic.  Its definitely not active listening material (at least not at first), but it can really construct a mood and I dig it.
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