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Crossover Prog definition

Crossover Prog contains progressive rock music that, though 100% progressive, may have a musical connection to popular music-- whether it be the lack of emphasis on extended compositions, or an influence from mainstream music in addition to classical, jazz and folk. Compositions, however, still exhibit a high degree of sophistication, sometimes outright complexity, and the musicianship and virtuosity is often on a par with established Prog acts. Much like their kin in the established prog sub-genres, these groups will incorporate many major parts of what defines prog rock: the fusing of rock with the structures and discipline of more traditional musics, the use of syntheisizers and new technologies, intelligent thematics, and the expansion of the form.

The defining characteristics of Crossover Prog are a pop music influence that is largely vacant in typical prog rock. Songs tend toward shorter, more concise presentations though still reach beyond the typical verse, bridge, chorus pattern. The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic structures may be more easily digested in Crossover while not losing the musical integrity that a prog listener expects. Whereas Prog Related bands are generally commercial groups with certain prog elements or players that were involved in prog acts, Crossover Prog artists are predominantly progressive with elements of popular music.

The most representative examples for this genre include The MOODY BLUES, SUPERTRAMP, DREDG, CINEMA SHOW, RADIOHEAD.

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Crossover Prog Top Albums


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4.32 | 1333 ratings
CRIME OF THE CENTURY
Supertramp
4.31 | 1689 ratings
THE RAVEN THAT REFUSED TO SING (AND OTHER STORIES)
Wilson, Steven
4.32 | 1087 ratings
OMMADAWN
Oldfield, Mike
4.30 | 1122 ratings
HAND. CANNOT. ERASE.
Wilson, Steven
4.23 | 854 ratings
DOOMSDAY AFTERNOON
Phideaux
4.21 | 1508 ratings
GRACE FOR DROWNING
Wilson, Steven
4.20 | 883 ratings
ENGLISH ELECTRIC (PART ONE)
Big Big Train
4.20 | 741 ratings
PETER GABRIEL 3 [AKA: MELT]
Gabriel, Peter
4.43 | 99 ratings
HAIR IN A G-STRING (UNFINISHED BUT SWEET)
Tench Project, Colin
4.21 | 474 ratings
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iamthemorning
4.18 | 738 ratings
SNOWTORCH
Phideaux
4.17 | 676 ratings
DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED
Moody Blues, The
4.17 | 633 ratings
THE UNDERFALL YARD
Big Big Train
4.13 | 693 ratings
ENGLISH ELECTRIC (PART TWO)
Big Big Train
4.12 | 520 ratings
NIGHT
Gazpacho
4.26 | 124 ratings
SHINY EYED BABIES
Bent Knee
4.36 | 80 ratings
THE EDGES OF TWILIGHT
Tea Party, The
4.14 | 305 ratings
ONES & ZEROS: VOL. 1
3RDegree
4.23 | 142 ratings
THE SHAMING OF THE TRUE
Gilbert, Kevin
4.08 | 960 ratings
TUBULAR BELLS
Oldfield, Mike
4.11 | 345 ratings
HOUNDS OF LOVE
Bush, Kate
4.12 | 303 ratings
SPIRIT OF EDEN
Talk Talk
4.19 | 151 ratings
LOVE REMAINS THE SAME
Von Hertzen Brothers
4.13 | 228 ratings
THE HEMULIC VOLUNTARY BAND
Ritual
4.08 | 363 ratings
PASSION - MUSIC FROM THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST
Gabriel, Peter
4.09 | 329 ratings
TO OUR CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CHILDREN
Moody Blues, The
4.07 | 489 ratings
AMAROK
Oldfield, Mike
4.08 | 366 ratings
WAR AND PEACE & OTHER SHORT STORIES
Filkins, Sean
4.09 | 319 ratings
CORVUS STONE II
Corvus Stone
4.38 | 60 ratings
TIME
Time
4.08 | 326 ratings
FOLKLORE
Big Big Train
4.03 | 848 ratings
OK COMPUTER
Radiohead
4.10 | 228 ratings
QUICKLY QUICKLY QUICKLY
Tea Club, The
4.14 | 157 ratings
GRAPPLING
Tea Club, The
4.21 | 101 ratings
MODRA RIJEKA
Indexi
4.10 | 218 ratings
ACT I: THE LAKE SOUTH, THE RIVER NORTH
Dear Hunter, The
4.04 | 571 ratings
TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION - EDGAR ALLAN POE
Parsons Project, The Alan
4.09 | 238 ratings
THE DREAMING
Bush, Kate
4.07 | 310 ratings
PAMPERED MENIAL
Pavlov's Dog
4.04 | 453 ratings
TICK TOCK
Gazpacho
4.13 | 147 ratings
SECRETS OF THE BEEHIVE
Sylvian, David
4.07 | 243 ratings
EL CIELO
Dredg
4.02 | 497 ratings
NUMBER SEVEN
Phideaux
4.05 | 270 ratings
SHINE ON BRIGHTLY
Procol Harum
4.04 | 319 ratings
LUNATIC SOUL
Lunatic Soul
4.25 | 70 ratings
EGO, GEORGIUS
Antczak, Jerzy
4.05 | 248 ratings
ROXY MUSIC
Roxy Music
4.05 | 238 ratings
GHOSTS
Frequency Drift
4.05 | 252 ratings
FOR YOUR PLEASURE
Roxy Music
4.17 | 98 ratings
THE GNOMON
Sunchild
4.07 | 189 ratings
AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
Sunchild
4.04 | 232 ratings
ACT III: LIFE AND DEATH
Dear Hunter, The
3.99 | 492 ratings
UP
Gabriel, Peter
4.04 | 196 ratings
CORVUS STONE UNSCREWED
Corvus Stone
4.00 | 380 ratings
MARCH OF GHOSTS
Gazpacho
4.34 | 48 ratings
VEIL OF GOSSAMER
Bainbridge, Dave
4.06 | 153 ratings
CINEMATIC
Lebowski
4.03 | 202 ratings
THE LONG DIVISION
3RDegree
3.99 | 319 ratings
WALKING ON A FLASHLIGHT BEAM
Lunatic Soul
4.33 | 45 ratings
CHROMIUM
Talisma
4.11 | 102 ratings
ACT V: HYMNS WITH THE DEVIL IN CONFESSIONAL
Dear Hunter, The
3.96 | 504 ratings
EVEN IN THE QUIETEST MOMENTS ...
Supertramp
4.01 | 199 ratings
LIGHTHOUSE
iamthemorning
4.04 | 150 ratings
ENOUGH BLAME TO GO AROUND
Disconnect
4.00 | 234 ratings
ACT IV: REBIRTH IN REPRISE
Dear Hunter, The
4.00 | 230 ratings
A MOON SHAPED POOL
Radiohead
3.94 | 678 ratings
KID A
Radiohead
3.99 | 224 ratings
ACT II: THE MEANING OF, AND ALL THINGS REGARDING MS. LEADING
Dear Hunter, The
3.94 | 608 ratings
BREAKFAST IN AMERICA
Supertramp
4.15 | 72 ratings
BLUE JAYS
Hayward & Lodge
4.21 | 56 ratings
BURNT BELIEF
Burnt Belief
4.26 | 48 ratings
SELECTIVE MEMORY
Témpano
4.14 | 73 ratings
ANCHOR DROPS
Umphrey's McGee
4.53 | 27 ratings
PEVNINA DETSTVA
Ursiny, Dezo
4.07 | 104 ratings
AND THE GLASS HANDED KITES
Mew
3.93 | 482 ratings
HERGEST RIDGE
Oldfield, Mike
3.94 | 372 ratings
AMUSED TO DEATH
Waters, Roger
3.97 | 220 ratings
LAUGHING STOCK
Talk Talk
4.10 | 82 ratings
THE BURDEN OF PARADISE
Different Light
3.99 | 169 ratings
BROKEN CHINA
Wright, Richard
4.00 | 150 ratings
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
Samurai of Prog, The
3.96 | 229 ratings
NEVER FOR EVER
Bush, Kate
3.97 | 193 ratings
NEW WORLD (DELUXE EDITION)
Kerzner, Dave
3.92 | 511 ratings
PETER GABRIEL 4 [AKA: MASK OR SECURITY]
Gabriel, Peter
4.04 | 109 ratings
NO TENGAS MIEDO
Kant Freud Kafka
3.95 | 254 ratings
THE KICK INSIDE
Bush, Kate
4.02 | 114 ratings
KAYAK II
Kayak
4.01 | 121 ratings
VESPERTINE
Björk
3.99 | 141 ratings
SANCTUARY
Reed, Robert
3.92 | 366 ratings
INCANTATIONS
Oldfield, Mike
3.94 | 231 ratings
SYNAESTHESIA
Synaesthesia / Kyros
3.98 | 151 ratings
AS YOUR MIND FLIES BY
Rare Bird
4.28 | 39 ratings
AUTOGRAPH / Автограф
Autograph (Avtograf)
4.22 | 45 ratings
EL FIN DE LA INFANCIA (CHILDHOOD'S END)
Témpano
4.01 | 114 ratings
LULLABIES IN A CAR CRASH
Riis, Bjřrn
4.18 | 49 ratings
D'APRČS LE HORLA DE MAUPASSANT
Box, The
4.01 | 107 ratings
MAPS OF NON-EXISTENT PLACES
Thank You Scientist
4.06 | 77 ratings
FABLES FROM A MAYFLY: WHAT I TELL YOU THREE TIMES IS TRUE
Fair To Midland
3.98 | 126 ratings
RETURN TO MINGULAY
Oceans 5
3.93 | 204 ratings
MOMENTS
IOEarth

Crossover Prog overlooked and obscure gems albums new


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ONE OF SEVERAL POSSIBLE MUSIKS
Livgren, Kerry
NARROW-CASTER
3RDegree
GLOSSOLALIA
Walsh, Steve
VOICE
Capability Brown

Latest Crossover Prog Music Reviews


 Stranger Heads Prevail by THANK YOU SCIENTIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.91 | 68 ratings

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Stranger Heads Prevail
Thank You Scientist Crossover Prog

Review by Yeshead1

4 stars This is my first review on this site. I've been reading reviews and getting a lot of good guidance for years, so finally joined! And this couldn't be a better first album for me to review. I actually just ran across TYS from a FB post from The Prog Report listing their top 15 albums of 2016, and this was one of the bands I hadn't heard of. Wow, pretty much from the first few songs I was hooked. Also watched a 35min. or so studio broadcast thing they did that showed how tight and ridiculously talented this band is. They incorporate so many different styles, ideas, and influences-almost too many to list. But if I were to classify them I would call them: Modern Progressive Ska Jazz Fusion Melodic Metal. And that covers about half of it. There's so many elements of Prog that seem to work here like ridiculous musicianship, time signature changes out the wazoo,and intricate instrumental passages mixed with melodic vocals. There are definitely nods to Zappa, Chicago, Steely Dan, Queen, Gentle Giant-and so many Prog giants of the 70s, but thet definitely put a modern edge and twist to it, much like Umphrey's Mcgee. I have listened to this album and their first 3 or 4 times each just in the last few days since I discovered them, so I'll have a lot more to say later, when it all sinks in. But I am so blown away from the originality, uniqueness ,musicianship, songwriting, and most of all take all of their influences, throw em in a pot, and come up with a totally original stew. My favs on this album are: the somnambulist, caverns, Mr. Invisible, and Rube Goldberg Variations but there is not a weak track in my opinion. and as far as the vocals are concerned; I'm getting more comfortable with them with repeated listets. It is not a matter of vocal quality- Sal's got a great voice that is very expressive and intense and fits the music perfectly. The range and timbre just take a little getting used. Love this band so much already. Reminds me when I first discovered Umphrey's.
 There's A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight by SYLVIAN, DAVID album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.71 | 5 ratings

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There's A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight
David Sylvian Crossover Prog

Review by Lewian

4 stars The first thing you should ask yourself if you want to know whether you'll like this album is whether you like the cover. As the cover, the music on the album is dark and mysterious with contours somewhat difficult to make out. The clearest contours come from the voice of the poet Fritz Wright, who recites some of his poetry here, which inspired this album. He has a quite expressive, calm and deep poet's voice, just right for his lyrical mood pictures. David Sylvian writes, on his website: " Franz, it has to be said, was gravely ill and stoically riding a considerable wave of heavy medication." The voice indeed sounds a bit as if he is fighting his way through the poems, which even adds weight, I'd say. Luckily we can read "Franz Wright has defied expectations and all prior prognoses and has returned from the precipice that is terminal cancer to a precarious, but passionately lived and thoroughly exploited, state of grace."

The music is a single long piece, it could be classified as somewhat minimalist experimental avantgarde music, dark, but with a very emotional , breathing character. It features a well balanced mix of freedom and recurring structures, mainly from the omnipresent pianos, never done in a formalist and rigid way. One could even call it "swinging", if this wouldn't create totally different associations. While something is always is motion, the motions are subtle, like a very gentle wind breezing through the scenery. The atmosphere doesn't change a lot through the about 64 minutes but there is enough variation to keep the attention up. Sounds are very important; the piano and guitar sound very natural and the many samples and electronics add to the "dark forest" mood; nothing of this sounds cold, intellectual and artificial.

This really belongs to the realm of contemporary art music but there it stands out for being emotional, lively and not academic. I think that this works perfectly as what it sets out to be. It is an extremely fascinating composition, but it needs listeners who are open to this kind of free atmospheric musical landscape. Don't look for songs, melodies or clear rhythms.

It is long ago now that David Sylvian started to leave conventional pop and rock music (be it progressive) and set out for less inhabited, stranger spheres. "There's a light that enters houses..." is a very mature work and very rewarding. It is a clear 5 stars for me personally and I'd call it a masterpiece indeed, but it's not "progressive rock" by any means, so the 4 stars description fits it better.

 Heartscore by HEARTSCORE album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Heartscore
Heartscore Crossover Prog

Review by Jan Scanulfsson

— First review of this album —
4 stars Released in April 2016, Heartscore's eponymous album is clearly not a debut affair, as a glance at an extensive discography reveals. Could this collection mark a new direction for Dirk Radloff's studio project, or a return to an older stylistic approach ? "Setting Poems To Music" is the Heartscore maxim, with this set of songs selecting American authors spanning the second half of the nineteenth and first half of the twentieth centuries. Being a lifelong Poe enthusiast, my eye was drawn to "The bells" so, curiosity piqued, I streamed the song twice via Bandcamp and was sufficiently impressed to order the CD. A gamble? Perhaps.... perhaps not, let's see....

The CD booklet and cover artwork is clean, uncluttered and elegant with source poems printed in full, author portraits and a short biography which also lists Radloff's musical influences. It's essentially a one-man project with Dirk being responsible for everything except the lead vocals, which are credited to Chris from "studiopros".

Close the drawer, press play, here we go :

A furious drum tattoo, with something of a Western-movie feel opens "Hope is a thing with feathers". A statement of intent with shifting accents and clever arranging which, for some reason, reminded me of Ray Noble's "Cherokee" from the big band era, albeit with very different forces. Clipped and muted guitars give way to a heavy rock chug, jazzier transitions, neat call and response sections and, all the while, Chris' vocals soar above, handling difficult changes in both meter and harmony with aplomb.

The second track, "Alone", provides quite a contrast with Radloff's plaintive violin lines recalling the neo-classical music of the twenties and thirties. Dirk also contributes a multi-part harmony vocal group to this song in a style suggesting equal parts Igor Stravinsky and Brian Wilson.

"Sylvester's dying bed" is the next offering, partnering the jazz-age poetry of Langston Hughes with an arrangement recalling seventies rock-gospel musicals or Steven Sondheim. Lots of theatrical flourishes with "blue eyed soul" vocals from Chris contrasting with the accented multi-part harmonies of Dirk.

The musical theatre aspects are noticeable quite a few of the other tracks, possibly as a result of fusing classical, jazz and rock influences in similar proportions to Bernstein and Sondheim. This wonderfully intriguing coalescence is nowhere more apparent than on the fourth song, "Neither far away nor in deep", drawing upon classic "driving-rock", eighties metal, musical theatre and jazz fusion, all in the space of the first three minutes.

The song that started it all for me is next. "The bells", a second shy of ten minutes, adapts Poe's verse and offers a dazzling, ever-shifting arrangement with complex rhythms, modal jazz harmonies, and a convincing range of moods and emotions to suit the poetry. The synth brass voicings, unfortunately, sound a little artificial and create something of an eighties feel for me. However, they are treated and mixed in such a way as to bed-in with the arrangement. Noticeable but not overly prominent or distracting. "The bells" is descriptive music in the manner of a Straussian tone-poem or Mahlerian orchestral lieder with contrasting rockier movements which I can only describe as being akin to Led Zeppelin arranged by The Mahavishnu Orchestra. This is progressive rock in every sense.

Halfway in and the Heartscore style is becoming more familiar, drawing on an incredibly wide range of influences, passing them through the Radloff- filter and rearranging with more than a spark of original genius. Occasionally there's a sense of Chris struggling with a polysyllabic vocal line, as if he's rushing the words to cope with a meter dictated by the source texts, and changing the feel from lyric-singing to recitative, but it's all in keeping with the albums's ever-present theatrical influences.

The second half of the album continues to surprise, delight and reward with the mellow, electric-piano textures of "Maggy and Milly and Molly and May" making for a jazzy ballad graced once again by Dirk's superlative violin lines. A special mention to the funky Weather Report-esque groove of "Railroad avenue" and the jazz metal crunch of "Haunted house" with its spectral synths and clever spacious production.

The closing track, "Opium fantasy", is as addictive as the title suggests with a dreamy cocktail of twenties neo-classical, acoustic Zeppelin and hints, perhaps, of Siberian Khatru.

The CD is equipped with an unlisted bonus track, an eleventh wonder which I won't elaborate on. After all, everyone likes a nice surprise.

How to summarise such an eclectic collection of songs? It's not "immediate" rock music where you can settle into a comfortable chair and sing along after the first listen. It won't help you tick off the miles on long highway rides and it's certainly not music to provoke foot-stomping and beer glass swinging. It is music that will reward you with every listen, revealing fresh ideas, interplay, arrangement details and thematic connections with every spin.

I've listened to this album six times in full concentration/darkened room mode and I'm unearthing new gems with every few measures, continually doffing my cap to Dirk Radloff's compositional and arranging talent.

Different? Yes. Progressive? Definitely. Highly Recommended.

 Eve  by PARSONS PROJECT, THE ALAN album cover Studio Album, 1979
2.71 | 243 ratings

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Eve
The Alan Parsons Project Crossover Prog

Review by stefro
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Considered controversial at the time of release, and saddled with a reputation that has been hard to shake, The Alan Parsons Project's 1979 album 'Eve' is, for many reasons, considered one of the group's lesser works.

A kind of quizzical concept album about the nature of woman kind - conceived and written by two men we must add - 'Eve' features a selection of songs that meditate on both the positive and negative aspects of the fairer sex, and features cover art despicting two models wearing veils. Only look a bit closer, and the glamourous women are revealed to have beauty-blighting facial scars.

Along with the concept, the cover was one of the many ill-conceived ideas featured on an album that was, sadly, symptomatic of it's era. The late seventies was still a time of overt male rule in the workplace, and despite the best intentions of both Alan Parsons and his erstwhile writing partner Eric Woolfson, 'Eve' as a concept is, at best, a clumsy mistake.

The duo's fourth album following 'Tales of Mystery & Imagination', 'I Robot' and 'Pyramid', 'Eve' was a calculated break from the progressive pop imprint of it's predecessors, and was the first Alan Parsons album not to start with an instrumental opener. Instead, this was a song-based album that sought to widen the group's appeal, a ploy that didn't work as well as intended.

Fronted by guest vocalists Chris Rainbow and Lenny Zakatek, and with Parsons and Woolfson once again backed by three quarters of the Scottish rock group Pilot, 'Eve' features the usual crisp production values, yet at first listen seems rather unexceptional.

However, like all good albums, 'Eve' needs multiple listens to fullt grasp.

The strength of the Parsons and Woolfson creative team was always the outstanding mix of first-grade production skills and hook-laden songwriting, and their ability to graft catchy melodies onto deceptively progressive music. Whilst the latter is largely absent here, it only goes to accentuate the former.

Tracks such as the groove-laden opener 'Lucifer', which postulates about the vices of woman, kicks proceedings off with a surprisingly tangy guitar-led sound, and features strong vocals from Rainbow, whilst the edgy 'Damned If I Do' powers along with sharp guitars and snapping snare drums.

There are less impressive moments.

'I'd Rather Be A Man' borders on the downright offensive, whilst also sounding like the kind of sub R'n'B-schtick Gloria Gaynor ended up doing in the mid-eighties, and the jerky 'Secret Garden' is beyond maudlin.

But the album actually holds together, even if the subject matter jars badly in the moden era.

There are few better at concocting string melodic progressive pop, which is both thoughtful and popular, than The Alan Parsons Project, and even on an album considered one of their weakest, their are still many strong songs, all once again brough out by the crystal clear production.

Parsons started as an Abbey Road engineer of course, working on Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' album in 1972 before becoming a fully-fledged in-house producer, overseeing albums for Steve Harley, Ambrosia, Al Stewart and The Hollies.

A songwriter, Woolfson worked for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label, before leaving to conceive his dream project, a musical based on the works of noted horror author Edgar Allan Poe.

Their combined skills, and the unique nature of the group, which saw musicians brought in on an album-by-album basis to play the music written by Parsons and Woolfson, meant every album had it's unique concept, and it's own sound.

'Eve' is certainly one of their more mediocre efforts, yet there is still much to recommend.

STEFAN TURNER, STOKE NEWINGTON, 2016

 String Theory (as Georgius) by ANTCZAK, JERZY album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.00 | 16 ratings

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String Theory (as Georgius)
Jerzy Antczak Crossover Prog

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Jazz-Rock / Fusion / Canterbury Team

4 stars The new album from Poland's ALBION's founder and guitarist/singer/songwriter, Jerzy Antczak. His previous solo effort totally caught me by surprise and ended up one of my favorite albums of 2014. It turns out that the title of that previous effort, Ego, Georgius was actually a shout out as to the name/identity of Jerzy's new solo band--here correctly noted as "Georgius."

1. "Howling Winds of Jezebel" (12:10) opens with a Blade Runner-like prickly, spacey group of synth sounds layered to provide a two minute foundational intro. Lead guitar opens a solo at the two minute mark as Berlin School electronic sequenced "drums" begin to quickly pan around the background soundscape. Quite a nice, emotive guitar solo--one that lasts over two minutes. After that it's all synthesizers and samples until 4:46 when a vocoder- like female voice (Aisha) starts to ooo, eee, and aaah. At 5:45 a heavy bass-filled rhythm section enters. Soon Jerzy's treated and mirrored voice enters with a Gilmour-like emotional insistency. The instrumental section that follows has some awesome keyboard work but the bass, chunky, full and forward, is the center of my attention. Nice work, Krzystof Wyrwa (from Millenium). Awesome! At 8:45 the vocal(s) return for another go. The song then fades to end over the last minute with the wind sounds of an empty planet. Awesome song! My favorite on the album! (9/10)

2. "Little Ant" (11:36) opens with one synth chord--sustained over the next two minutes while Japanese flute and other ethereal sounds and percussives slowly begin entering and creating a fuller soundscape. Still, it is a sparsely populated soundscape until 3:07 when the first front and center main line instrument (electronic piano) enters and starts to disclose its melody. so much happening electronically in the soundscape--but so subtly. At 4:20 guitar, bass and some drums enter the fore. Jerzy begins singing in a up-close and personal funneled almost-Leonard Cohen voice. Though his English is clear and well-enunciated, an accent is strong. Keyboard solo using a solo soprano female voice, then Jerzy comes back, singing over the robot female. The simple rhythm section is quite dull and repetitive. Synth solo over electrified acoustic guitar picking is nice. Despite a very cool opening, it feels like the song never really takes off. Even the guitar soloing in the final minutes is a bit too restrained--takes too long to build and explode. I can't help it; I feel disappointed. (8/10)

3. "Precipice" (7:20) opens with acoustic guitar strumming--which is then, eventually, joined by vocals for the first ninety seconds that's about it. Then organ, synth, and military-style snare drum play join Jerzy. At 2:55 synth, organ, bass, full drums and electric guitars shift the song into a proggy instrumental section. First Arp-like synth then guitar take turns in the fore before Jerzy's more impassioned vocal returns. Nice section! Guitar solo in the sixth minute is good but then gets better. Return to vocal 'chorus' before all instruments drop out sauf distant-sounding acoustic guitar. (8/10)

4. "Pill" (7:41) this one sounds quite a bit like it came form the previous album, Ego, Georgius. It tries hard to be special, to be powerful, but somehow it fails; it feels false--except for the excellent two-minute long guitar solo running through the fourth, fifth and sixth minutes. (9/10)

5. "(Apathy) In the Garden of Despair" (8:44) opens with some of that wonderful 'world music' sound and feel to it for the first two minutes. As Jerzy starts to sing the vocal part, it feels great, but then, surprise, surprise! We find him mirrored and then dueting with a KATE BUSH-sound-alike, Aisha. But, alas! it ends too soon. By the end of the third minute Jerzy wanders off into a prolonged Dire Straits-like guitar solo. The vocal returns in the fifth minute but is totally dominated by Jerzy. Then a pleasant electric piano solo ensues before the song bursts into a section of vocal and instrumental passion which pretty much plays out to the end. My second favorite song on the album. I only wish the duet part would go on longer. (9/10)

6. "The Saddest Piece in the World" (8:25) isn't really that sad--though it's instrumental melodies and vocals do convey some powerful emotional impact. The main melody--first established by the lead guitar--is very catchy and repeated by both guitar, keys, and vocal throughout the song. (8/10)

Despite a promising start with the excellent opening epic, I am quite a little disappointed with Jerzy's follow up to his surprise masterpiece from 2014.

 4 ˝ by WILSON, STEVEN album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.60 | 292 ratings

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4 ˝
Steven Wilson Crossover Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

5 stars Well we're five studio albums into Steven Wilson's solo career and I'd rate this one as the third best after my favourite "Insurgents" and "Grace For Drowning". "Insurgents" and RIVERSIDE's "Love, Fear And The Time Machine" were influenced greatly by the darker music of the 80's which clearly is my thing. The last three albums by Wilson have their more commercial side but that sad melancholy is always present thankfully as it is here. All but one of these tracks were adapted from either live songs or songs from an album session that were not used at the time. The one that wasn't either of these is "Vermillioncore" a lights out instrumental.

"My Book Of Regrets" has a cool little guitar intro as Steven comes in with vocals and soon everyone is playing. This is catchy with meaningful lyrics. The chorus is more powerful than the versus. Check out the instrumental break from 2 1/2 minutes to 5 1/2 minutes. That section starts with strummed guitar before Beggs comes in with some huge bass lines and the drums help out as well. Some nice guitar work before it settles right down and the vocals return. What a beautiful contrast with these warm vocals and that drifting sound with the earlier instrumental bombast. This is so uplifting even after Steven stops singing. It starts to pick up again before 8 1/2 minutes with vocals.

"Year Of The Plague" is a short instrumental that recalls PORCUPINE TREE with the keys that echo in this dark and ambient soundscape. Intricate acoustic guitar replaces the keys. It's simply gorgeous after 2 minutes and the piano returns late. This is all Steven Wilson by the way except for the piano by Holzman. "Happiness III" opens with the sound of traffic as strummed guitar and reserved vocals take over. Some outbursts before a minute and the vocals become stronger. Man it's so uplifting 1 1/2 minutes in then it picks up with organ and more. Love the soaring guitar from Guthrie 3 minutes in and the prominent bass. Some vocal melodies from Wilson as well.

"Sunday Rain Sets In" opens with keys that echo as flute joins in. This is very mellow until the drums, bass and piano come in around a minute. Laid back guitar before 2 minutes then we get more depth of sound. Beautiful stuff. Some sweeping mellotron then some outbursts 3 minutes in but they are brief as it calms right down with flute, keys and sparse guitar sounds. "Vermillioncore" is where they hit us with some complex, bombastic music with a strong jazz flavour. Yeah this is impressive. Beggs plays Chapman Stick too. This is a nice change from the rest of the album, these guys have chops.

"Don't Hate Me" is a PORCUPINE TREE cover(gasp). When I saw the song title before I listened to it I was hoping it wasn't the song from "Stupid Dream" even though I like it I just have never been over the moon about it. Well it is that song and they nail it! They've Steven Wilsoned it I suppose. It's still very sad but we get a complex instrumental section plus Ninet Tayeb guests singing on the chorus each time to great results. So much atmosphere to begin with then the drums start to beat and Steven comes in vocally. Again Tayeb comes in on the chorus and she's so good, what a unique voice. Check out the jazz instrumental break starting before 3 1/2 minutes. Love the fender rhodes here and the drumming. When the electric piano stops it turns very psychedelic, so much atmosphere here. The vocals are back before 8 minutes, Ninet to be exact. Love the guitar after 8 1/2 minutes to end it.

Yeah I'm a massive Wilson fan, his voice and his sad, melancholic music will always be my comfort place.

 A Stone's Throw From the Line by BIG BIG TRAIN album cover Live, 2016
5.00 | 4 ratings

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Big Big Train Crossover Prog

Review by javajeff

5 stars More Big Big Train is a good thing! I think this performance is excellent, so any fan of their music should definitely pick it up. The sound quality is solid for a live show, but it is not the same for those that have been enjoying the studio recordings at 24 bit 48khz. Those high resolution studio recordings have punch, but you get the interactive element with a live audience, and some differences in music and vocal performance for this release. I can listen to their music on as many different presentations as they offer. David Longdon took me by surprise on some notes as he showed some versatility in a looser live setting. Nick D'Virgilio sounds great on drums as usual, Greg Spawton is excellent, and the addition of Rikard Sjöblom adds to an already amazing pool of talent. I think this is an excellent addition to any progressive rock fan's collection, and a must for Big Big Train fans. The band that takes me on journeys across the pond through their music has given me a new journey to enjoy. A big kudos to Greg Spawton and crew for amazing musicianship and an excellent live presentation!
 Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional by DEAR HUNTER, THE album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.11 | 102 ratings

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The Dear Hunter Crossover Prog

Review by Skyperion

5 stars I have been a relative new comer to the world created by Mr Crescenzo, having only started listing with any regularity to his albums since Act iv. However that album was quite a revelation to me and thus when I realised that the next act was out I immediately downloaded it and invested time in coming to know the previous albums as well. The striking thing about acts vi and v is the creative imagination they present and the variety of styles. Within its 73 minutes Hymn stretches from rock, prog to blues (and even big band!) - Casey shows his capability in all those areas. The production and musicianship are also top class.

Some highlight tracks would be Cascade, the Revival and A Beginning (one the best album endings in years!). Mr Usher also stands out from the (rat) pack being a slightly lighter track with a great big band sound, yes really, it also has some excellent vocal arrangements.

I have not been disappointed with Hymns with the Devil and over the last few months it has become my favorite album from Casey, furthermore it is currently my choice album of the year.

 Hair In A G-String (Unfinished But Sweet) by TENCH PROJECT, COLIN album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.44 | 97 ratings

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Colin Tench Project Crossover Prog

Review by Mitzieboo

5 stars Wow,The Colin Tench Project Hair in a G String ( unfinished but sweet) is my absolute favourite album of 2016. The musicality of the whole album, every track different yet the genius that is so obviously Colin Tench shines through every guitar chord. Can't see it any other way i think is very much influenced by the beatles ballads, then Part 4B has hints of the Beatles once again but in a completely different way, i hear i am a walrus in parts, the vocals by Peter Jones and Phil Naro are great. Lisa's entrance unplugged is a fantastic instrumental it makes me think of Robin Hood and Maid Marion. There's also a Spanish flavour to Dnieper Summer Day, another excellent piece. There is something on this Album for everyone. It's been so cleverly put together by someone who loves what he's doing and it comes through in his music. And so, Today and A Beautiful Feeling are truly beautiful songs, wonderful lyrics accompanied by an amazing musical arrangement. Anyone who listens to this album will be blown away, the name Colin Tench should be up there with the best, his music will put a smile on anyone's face, for many different very clever reasons. ...
 Total Absence by FATAL FUSION album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.03 | 14 ratings

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Fatal Fusion Crossover Prog

Review by tszirmay
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4 stars Finally it has happened, happened again actually! True prog fans are 'look out' people, constantly scouring the globe for something exciting or even mind blowing to surface, out of the blue. True devotees research, cross reference or analyze the credits for a familiar musician or just go with their gut feeling. This knowledge has served us well, I can acknowledge that music has given my life purpose, enjoyment, escape and panacea. We all know life is not easy, getting even more dangerous than ever before (and I am from 'the Cold War generation', I am proud to say), so you cannot fathom the sheer salvation that music was, is and always will be. Its medication, vision, courage and unending faith, all combined as a musical vehicle to dream and emote without fear or judgement. Prog certainly covers the entire spectrum of human emotions and proud to do so. While the golden years of the 70s were remarkable and highly inspired, I must say , having lived it then and today, the quality of 21st Century prog has been the best period ever, so many talented and adventurous bands out there, who make music they enjoy, not for groupies, not for fortune or not for fame. That is the true measure of how prog is evolving, spewing out jewels one after the other.

This is another one, the brand spanking new Fatal Fusion album, a Norwegian group I only recently hooked up with, after a lot of glances but no bite. Well, their sophomore album "The Ancient Tale" really blew me away, though it did take some concentration and effort, as there were many familiar things mixed in with some unexpected ones to keep one on the edge. What threw me off was trying to compare the band to anyone else out there, which was a huge mistake on my part, as I tried to take the easy road. But once I took on that album for what it was, it started hitting hard. The first three tracks certainly do smash rigid, then the set list suddenly evolves into much mellower realms that will catch any listener unaware.

On the surly opener instrumental opener "The Gates of Ishtar", Fatal Fusion are slanted more towards the masculine, testosterone-laced prog bravado, the sonic palette pumping audacious yet heavily symphonic, very obviously led by Erlend Engebretsen who shines on a wide variety of keyboards. Guitars are honed and masterly wielded, gritty when rhyming and soaring when leading. Stig Selnes is quite the craftsman, both rash and fluid at a moment's notice, pushing the murky theme to glorious heights, with just a hint of Middle Eastern aroma. It serves as the ideal introduction for "the Shadow of the King", energized by a husky-voice singer that takes some getting used to, allied to a brooding scimitar of heavy riffs that hammer home, unrelenting. There is an undeniable Zeppelin shuffle that recalls "Kashmir" for a while until Selnes shoots off a dizzying axe solo that bounces off sand dunes, whirls beyond the oasis and spirals into the broiling sky. "Forgotten One" possesses a well-balanced arrangement that stings one moment with metallic fury , organ ablaze and drums pumping wildly only to veer into a gentler lullaby where the piano leads the march. The gargling lead vocals from Knut Grontvedt certainly are different, to say the least. And then quite unexpectedly, the material just gets flung into another dimension altogether.

On the stunning "Astral Flight", the spirit and the dexterity combine for some savagely brilliant instrumental episodes, but when the extended e-piano solo enters, I am slain! As if the early Santana guitar cavalcade was not enough, the entire mood is memorable, bright, smoothly jazzy and impassioned. The rocket-fueled rhythm section is propulsive, serpentine and utterly focused on the appointed flight path, no auto-pilot programming on this one! This is a killer track of the highest order and a harbinger of things to come.

The next three pieces are all epic in scope and running time, heavily dominated by massive mellotron winds that will take you back to the Court of the Crimson King, beginning with the reverential "the Emperor's Letter" , a colossal symphonic ballad that groans and moans with bittersweet content. The overall feel is stately and imperial, the beastly legendary keyboard doing its celebrated magic, the ideal stage for Knut to howl to the moon, the electric guitars snarling and the keys impetuous. Stig emotes on acoustic before unleashing a gorgeous electric solo, flush with pressing despair. Totally beautiful, morose and forbidding, this is primo prog that make you kneel at the shrine.

Yet the biggest surprise is without any doubt, "Endless Ocean Blue" with its disarming pastoral intro of clanging bucolic strings and weaving synths, becoming a melancholic 11 minute voyage on a sea of serenity, a sense of floating that owes more to classic Pink Floyd than anything else. The plaintive vocals in particular are hushed, elbowed by Lasse Lie's low bass rumble and concussed by a resilient binary beat. Within the mid-section, the expectant storm intensifies into gale wind organ flurries, Erlend rifling along his board with dedicated precision and urgent mania. Stig's turn to show his restraint and command of the e-guitar, carving a superlative arch of slow- burning notes, a kaleidoscope of emotions painting the air. Knut roars out his pain, in that raspy shriek that is both manly and desperate.

The title track finishes off this monster, a quarter of an hour of musical bliss that kicks off with urban sound effects, cars honking and a forlorn piano tinkling morosely. Voice, acoustic guitar and an orchestral background sets the stage for the pleasures to come, searching the road to some salvation. The buildup gradually goes tornado (as Bill Bruford once stated), as the sonic heat is ratcheted up considerably, the rhythms concussive and the guitars persuasive. The mighty Mellotron returns again to prove the point, shoving the steam roller of sound forward and beyond. Stig agrees to fiddle with his axe once again, with tremendous efficiency and taste.

Heavy prog is perhaps the best way to describe the style here, but it's somehow different from other players within the genre. Loads of paradoxes abound, its heavy and yet isn't, its brooding yet also very inspired. It's typical but also original. A wild and savage mix of entertaining progressive rock music that might not be everyone's cup of tea but highly enjoyable under the right circumstances.

4.5 complete nonattendances

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1974 United States
1O1 United States
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3RDEGREE United States
7TH KIND United States
90 DAY MEN United States
A.L.F. Brazil
AARDVARK United Kingdom
AARDVARK' Finland
THE AARON CLIFT EXPERIMENT United States
ABACUS Germany
ABARAX Germany
ABBFINOOSTY United Kingdom
ABIOGENESI Italy
LEE ABRAHAM United Kingdom
ABSENTE H Spain
ABSINTHE JUNK United States
ACANTHE France
ACTIVE HEED Italy
THE ADDICTION DREAM United States
THE ADVANCEMENT United States
AFTER... Poland
AGATHORN Denmark
AGRABAH Argentina
EDUARDO AGUILLAR Brazil
AHOORA Iran
AKIN France
AKROPOLIS Denmark
ALIAS EYE Germany
ALL OVER EVERYWHERE United States
ALPHA LIGHTING SYSTEM Mexico
ALTERNATIVE 4 United Kingdom
ALUX NAHUAL Guatemala
AMAROK Poland
AMAZING MACHINE Norway
THE AMAZING Sweden
AMITY IN FAME Austria
TORI AMOS United States
AMPERA Norway
AMPHETAMIN France
ANALOG MISSIONARY United States
THE ANALOGUE United Kingdom
ANANTA Venezuela
ANAWA Poland
ANDERSON PONTY BAND Multi-National
LAURIE ANDERSON United States
ANGULART Chile
ANOTHER ROADSIDE ATTRACTION Canada
ANTARES Italy
JERZY ANTCZAK Poland
ANUBIS SPIRE United States
ANYWHERE United States
APATHEIA Czech Republic
APOCALYPSIS Greece
APOGEE Germany
THE APPLE ZED United States
APPLESEED Poland
APPLESMELLCOLOUR Spain
AQUILA United Kingdom
ARCHANGELICA Poland
ARCHIVE United Kingdom
ARCPELAGO Brazil
AREA 39 United Kingdom
ARGENT United Kingdom
ARGO Lithuania
ARID GARDEN Italy
ARNIOE Australia
BRADY ARNOLD United States
TONY ARNOLD United States
ARONORA Australia
THE ARS SUPERNOVA United States
ART BY NUMBERS United States
ART CINEMA Denmark
ART DECO Finland
ARTIFICIAL HOME Latvia
ARTLAND Israel
ARZ United States
AS FOLLOWS United States
AS TALL AS LIONS United States
ASFALTO Spain
ASGARD United Kingdom
ASIDE BESIDE France
ASTRONOMY United States
ASZENSION Canada
ATARAXIA Japan
ATIK MAZE Portugal
ATLANTYCA France
ATMOSPHERA Brazil
AUDIAC Germany
AUDIOCRACY Multi-National
THE AURORA OBSERVATORY United States
AUT' CHOSE Canada
AUTOGRAPH (AVTOGRAF) Russia
AUTOMATIC MAN United States
AUTUMN ABOVE United States
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AUTUMN ELECTRIC United States
AUTUMN PEOPLE United States
AUTUMN WHISPERS Multi-National
AUXFORD Russia
AVALON Canada
AVGRUNDEN Sweden
AVIARY United States
AMADEUS AWAD Lebanon
DAVID AXELROD United States
AZURETH Multi-National
BACKHAND Venezuela
BADWATER FIRE COMPANY United States
DAVE BAINBRIDGE United Kingdom
KEN BAIRD Canada
BAKU Germany
ANDRE BALZER France
BANDA DO SOL Brazil
TONY BANKS United Kingdom
BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST United Kingdom
THE BARDS OF ANTIQUITY United States
NICKLAS BARKER Sweden
BARNUM'S FREAK Italy
BARON United Kingdom
MARTIN BARRE United Kingdom
BARROQUEJON Chile
SEBASTJAN BARTOL Slovenia
M.M. BARTULICA Bosnia and Herzegovina
COLIN BASS United Kingdom
BAT LENNY United States
BATISFERA Russia
BAUER Argentina
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BEAM-LIGHT Poland
DAVID BEDFORD United Kingdom
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BELGRAD Poland
BEND SINISTER Canada
BENT KNEE United States
THE BENZENE RING United States
ROBERT BERRY United States
EMILY BEZAR United States
BIG BIG TRAIN United Kingdom
BITTERTOWN Netherlands
BJÖRK Iceland
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BLONDIE FOX Italy
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THE BODY POLITIC Canada
BORAY Sweden
LINDSEY BOULLT United States
TIM BOWNESS United Kingdom
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THE BOX Canada
THE BOY; THE BIRD & THE BEAST United States
VICTOR BRADY United States
BREATHING SPACE United Kingdom
BREZOVSKY-ROZSA Slovakia
BRIDGES Norway
BRIGHT BROWN United States
THE BRIMSTONE SOLAR RADIATION BAND Norway
STEVE BROCKMANN AND GEORGE ANDRADE Multi-National
PATRICK BROGUIERE France
DAVE BRONS United Kingdom
DUNCAN BROWNE United Kingdom
ROLAND BUHLMANN Switzerland
BUILT FOR THE FUTURE United States
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CARVED IN ASHES Finland
CASTLE CANYON United States
STEPHEN CAUDEL United Kingdom
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CELL15 United States
CHANCE France
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CHANGES Switzerland
CHANGING IMAGES Germany
THE CHANT Finland
SPYROS CHARMANIS Greece
CHASM Norway
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CHOICE Germany
CHOKE THE WORD United States
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CHURN MILK JOAN Multi-National
CINEMA SHOW Brazil
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CITADEL France
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COLOR Hungary
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ECHO Romania
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ECLIPSE Canada
ECLIPSE SOL-AIR Multi-National
EDEL Multi-National
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ELDBERG Iceland
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ELEND France
ELIPHASZ Canada
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ELYSIUM THEORY United States
KEITH EMERSON United Kingdom
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EMPIRICAL TIME Italy
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ENTITY PARADIGM Pakistan
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EOS Chile
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FACE THE DAY Czech Republic
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LA FE Chile
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KEVIN GEIER United States
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GRAMONAUTUS Argentina
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GREEN Italy
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GREY LOTUS Netherlands
GRICE United Kingdom
GRIME France
GROUP 309 Russia
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ID GUINNESS Canada
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GUNGFLY Sweden
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THE HALLUCINANT TELEPHERIQUE United States
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HAYWARD & LODGE United Kingdom
HEADS IN THE SKY Canada
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HEATWAVE Italy
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HENRY FOOL United Kingdom
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MARK HOLLIS United Kingdom
HOLLOW BRANCHES Multi-National
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THE HOME GUARD United Kingdom
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HOT HEAD SHOW United Kingdom
HOUR OF THE SHIPWRECK United States
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HYPNOMEN Finland
I AM THE MANIC WHALE United Kingdom
I.AB United States
IAMTHEMORNING Russia
IF / IFSOUNDS Italy
IGAYON Israel
IGNATIUS Spain
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IMMUNE United Kingdom
IN LIMBO France
INDELIBLE Norway
INDEXI Yugoslavia
INFICTIONS United Kingdom
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INNER PROSPEKT Italy
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INTERGALACTIC TOURING BAND Multi-National
INTO THE PRESENCE United States
IOEARTH United Kingdom
ION United Kingdom
IRRGARTEN Canada
ISLANDS Canada
ISOS Canada
ISZIL Chile
IT BITES United Kingdom
J'ACCUSE..! Italy
J21 Spain
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JASPER WRATH United States
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JAZ France
JEBEL United States
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JEREMY IRONS AND THE RATGANG MALIBUS Sweden
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JOHN LEES United Kingdom
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BARIS MANCO Turkey
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