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    Posted: January 23 2014 at 06:40
My country has produced quite a bit of good music in the style recently.








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I recently discovered Omega. 
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Originally posted by Svetonio

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by Svetonio

http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=1614
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Just listened to this pretty good ex-Yugoslavian band and even if I felt the guitar playing less explored than in Astra or Crippled Black Phoenix, I enjoyed much some tracks - Sanjas, Lunarni Modus and Vrt Svetlosti (the one that is also in the Progarchives link above).


I'm glad you like it
Btw, my fav track from Vrt svetlosti the album is Čarobnjaci


I'm looking forward to listen to other bands from your country. As you see, it's part of our prog journey to dig into such overlooked bands, we always find some worthy ones...
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Originally posted by Rick Robson

Originally posted by Svetonio

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by Svetonio

http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=1614
Deleted the video link here for saving memory space.

Just listened to this pretty good ex-Yugoslavian band and even if I felt the guitar playing less explored than in Astra or Crippled Black Phoenix, I enjoyed much some tracks - Sanjas, Lunarni Modus and Vrt Svetlosti (the one that is also in the Progarchives link above).


I'm glad you like it
Btw, my fav track from Vrt svetlosti the album is Čarobnjaci


I'm looking forward to listen to other bands from your country. As you see, it's part of our prog journey to dig into such overlooked bands, we always find some worthy ones...

If you're in prog metal, I'm pretty sure that you will love this album from 2013:








Back on the topic. This is a psychedelic rock band called Petrol from my town - they released two albums and the last one 88 Proleća (engl. "88 Springs") was recorded in 2013 : http://petrol.bandcamp.com/ (free download)

 









Also from Serbia, psyche / prog / post-metal band Consecration released a nice album in 2013  http://consecration.bandcamp.com/album/univerzum-zna





























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I am loving Sula Bassana right now. Clap
I am a big fan of Guru Guru, older Ozrics, Dream Machine, older PT,  Steve Hillage, Hidria Spacefolk, CAN, Space Debris, Ole Lukkoye....I have mad respect for them and more.


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Ozrics has been the only to blow me away so far from the ones I have heard. Been waiting for the reissue of Vitamin Enriched (first 6 cd's in one package) and it finally is available but for $55. If anyone can weigh on on that, be appreciated
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Post Options Post Options   Quote infocat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 01 2014 at 22:02
Originally posted by johnobvious

Ozrics has been the only to blow me away so far from the ones I have heard. Been waiting for the reissue of Vitamin Enriched (first 6 cd's in one package) and it finally is available but for $55. If anyone can weigh on on that, be appreciated
Well, $55 for 6 albums seems a good deal.  But as for the music, I have a dual CD release of the first two albums (Erpsongs and Tantric Obstacles) and found them to be rather meandering and dull.  Haven't listened to them in quite a while, though.  So I'm not sure if I could recommend the box set or not.....
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I would like to share this track with all of you...


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Originally posted by nescafe726

I would like to share this track with all of you...


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Originally posted by Sequined_Tears

I am loving Sula Bassana right now. Clap
I am a big fan of Guru Guru, older Ozrics, Dream Machine, older PT,  Steve Hillage, Hidria Spacefolk, CAN, Space Debris, Ole Lukkoye....I have mad respect for them and more.


ClapAwesome stuff,by the way I will see Sula Bassana on stage in april.They will play at the Roadburn Festival(sold out),I don't know if they will play in USA this year but If you look for further information go to Sulatron.com.Do you know Invasion by Concept?It's good stuff too. 
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Personal favorites....
Eloy
Hawkwind
Floyd
Ozric
Pink Dots
FKOE
Astra
Hypnos69 


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II,  2013. One of the best progressive psych / space rock albums in past year







s/t debut, 2011
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I find a lot is searches in thereby for space rock turns up with stoner rock bands
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Originally posted by Jzrk

I find a lot is searches in thereby for space rock turns up with stoner rock bands
I suppose it depends on how one classifies space rock and stoner rock since there is definitely a lot of crossover between the two with bands using both styles in their music.
 
btw....do you visit Reckless Records in Chicago very often?
I was in the Milwaukee Ave store about 2 weeks ago and bought some psych and prog though I was a little disappointed in their selection of prog cd's.
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Originally posted by dr wu23

Originally posted by Jzrk

I find a lot is searches in thereby for space rock turns up with stoner rock bands

I suppose it depends on how one classifies space rock and stoner rock since there is definitely a lot of crossover between the two with bands using both styles in their music.
 

btw....do you visit Reckless Records in Chicago very often?

I was in the Milwaukee Ave store about 2 weeks ago and bought some psych and prog though I was a little disappointed in their selection of prog cd's.

Hey Wu.You know I have never been there.I should try to get there sometime to check it out.
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