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Topic: One shot bands
Posted By: paolo.beenees
Subject: One shot bands
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 17:57
I was thinking of creating a poll about the best band producing a single (official!) album in its whole story, but I'd surely miss many, many names.
I would include Alphataurus, Museo Rosenbach, Morte Macabre...
 
So, let's make it like this: you put the name, than I'll collect them and submit a poll Confused
 
Bye Bye and Goodnight! (CET)


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Posted By: jikai55
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 17:59
Night Sun!


Posted By: Chris H
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 18:01
Alientar - s/t
Box Of Crayons - Colorblind Chameleon
 
 
 
Two great ones!


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 18:05
Refugee please.
 
Does Emeson, Lake and Powell count?


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Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 18:42
A few great ones:

Arachnoid - Arachnoid
Dun - Eros
Kultivator- Barndomens Stigar ../album.asp?id=5157 -
Semiramis - Dedicato a Frazz




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Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:04
Maxophone would almost count -- the band has two studio album releases, the first being the Italian language Maxophone - Maxophone and the second (same year of release) their "international" release of the same album only with English lyrics.

I tend to disregard such English language releases when looking at a discography -- the results of these alterations have invariably been poor to my ears in comparison.


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Posted By: CaptainWafflos
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:17
Apoteosi's eponymous album.

There are probably enough Italian bands like this to fill an entire poll.


Posted By: lightbulb_son
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:21
My avatar, Yndi Halda.
 
They've only released one EP, but it is just heavenly.


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Posted By: Dieu
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:27
Pange - hymnemonde

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Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:32
Apoteosi is fantastic!

Here's another one one from me from France - Archaia

Been wanting to do a French one shot bands vs. Italian ones for some time since both countries have some great ones.. as do other countries. ../album.asp?id=5701 -

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Posted By: Forkface
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:51
Quiet Sun - Mainstream


Posted By: honganji
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 19:54
May include errors ...Embarrassed
 
Acintya
Agamemnon
Airlord
Akasha
Akritas
Albatross
Aleph
Alusa Fallax
Ambeon
Arachnoid
Asturcon
Atlantis Philharmonic
August
Black Page
Blue Motion
Bonfire
Bubu
Bungaku Band
Carol Of Harvest
Castle In The Air
Centipede
Cervello
Citta' Frontale
Crack
Deja-Vu (Japan)
Dragonfly
Dr.Z
Dun
Electromagnets
Eloiteron
Empire
Epidaurus
Epos
Esagono
Et Cetera
Fairy
Far Out
Festa Mobile
Flught
Flyte
Food Brain
Foxtrot
Frost*
Fusion Orchestra
Golden Avant-Garde
Gotic
Guruh Gipsy
Guts
Honeyelk
HPC
ID
Il Paese Dei Balocchi
Inua
Island
Jackal
J.E.T.
Julian's Treatment
Kaseke
Kestrel
Khan
Kingjoe
Kultivator
La Biblia
Lalena
L'Evoluzione
L'Uovo Di Colombo
Manticore
Maxophone
Meditarrenea
Milkweed
Millplat
Moondancer
Mosaic (Italy)
Mosaic (France)
Mr. Brown
Murple
Mystic Fugu Orchestra
N.H.U.
Nova (Finland)
Nova Era
Oniris
Opale
Ose
People
Victor Peraino's Kingdom Come
Pollen
Polyphony
Polytown
P.O.N.
Pou-Fou
Praxis
Pre
ProjeKct Four
ProjeKct One
ProjeKct Three
ProjeKct X
Quatermass
Ra Can Row
Raccomandata Ricevuta Ritorno
Radio Piece III
Rahmann
Rinnesha
Rosalia
Rustichelli Bordini
Sacka
Secret Cinema
Sepsis
SF
Sheshet
Skryvania
Snakes Alive
Step Ahead
Still Life
Strawberry Path
Tamaki Hiroki & SMT
Tellah
Terpandre
The (EC) Nudes
The Group
The Marshall Brothers Band
Theta
Tibet
Touch
Triade
Trindade
Univeria Zekt
Veludo
Vent D'Est
Vermilion Sands
Vertu
VSP Projekt
Windchase
Wurtemberg
Zaragon
Zingale
 
etc
 
Originally posted by rileydog22

Originally posted by honganji

ProjeKct Four
ProjeKct One
ProjeKct Three


Gotta disagree there.  P1's entire live career has been released through DGMLive, King Crimson's new website.  P3 and P4 have both seen DGMLive releases and KCCC releases, so none really counts as a one-album band.
 
I have to learn more .... Cry
They must be removed from this list. Smile


Posted By: rileydog22
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 20:31
Originally posted by honganji

ProjeKct Four
ProjeKct One
ProjeKct Three


Gotta disagree there.  P1's entire live career has been released through DGMLive, King Crimson's new website.  P3 and P4 have both seen DGMLive releases and KCCC releases, so none really counts as a one-album band.


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Posted By: 1800iareyay
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 20:38
Cynic- several demos, but only Focus got an official release, and it remains a staple of prog metal

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Posted By: Drekavac
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 22:14
Dom - Edge Of Time
Yatha Sidhra - A Meditation Mass
Orange Peel - Orange Peel
Dies Irae - First
Arzachel - Arzachel




Posted By: el bthy
Date Posted: April 11 2007 at 23:23
Dns Eros is the best, by far
then theres also Bubus (jejeje bubu) Anabelas


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Posted By: Floydoid
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 00:43
Might I suggest Fields?

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Posted By: razifa
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 01:48
DALI'S DILEMMA
 
Excellent prog metal band from Magna Carta Records!


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Posted By: FruMp
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 03:04
Dun - Eros

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Posted By: The Whistler
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 03:10
I haven't heard the album, but I believe that the United States of America was only assembled for one album (a self-titled debut, no less).

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Posted By: Bj-1
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 09:08
Myrbein.
 
Brilliant avant-prog band from Sweden who sadly only released one album.


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Posted By: Mandrakeroot
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 09:18
Originally posted by CaptainWafflos

Apoteosi's eponymous album.

There are probably enough Italian bands like this to fill an entire poll.



Interesting it is to know that the Said records  was of property of Salvatore Id, father of Silvana, Massimo and Federico. But "Apoteosi" is a really masterpiece. that I would want to have...  Still a time I should thank Andrea Cortese for this discovery.


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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: April 12 2007 at 11:03
DIdn't want to quote Honganji's lengthy list, but I was surprised to see someone list Etcetera. This Quebec prog band's only LP gave off a mellower Power & the Glory - Gentle Giant sound, with a hint of Gryphon, Red Queen sound. Ah, the promise of what might have been. Cry



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