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The term 'eclectic' in the context of progressive rock describes a summation of elements from various musical sources, and the influences and career paths of bands that take from a wide range of genres or styles. While progressive music can be, in a larger sense, eclectic, the 'Eclectic Prog' term is specially meant to reference bands that trespass the boundaries of established Progressive Rock genres or that blend many influences.

Eclectic Prog combines hybrids of style and diversity of theme, promoting many elements from different sources. The Eclectic category recognizes bands that evolved markedly over their career (in a progressive, evolutionary way), or have a plural style without a clear referential core.

The basic features lie within the music's variety, rich influences, art tendencies and classic prog rock elements. Among the representative bands are KING CRIMSON, VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, and GENTLE GIANT.

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4.59 | 2916 ratings
IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING
King Crimson
4.52 | 2237 ratings
RED
King Crimson
4.49 | 1336 ratings
GODBLUFF
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.42 | 1436 ratings
PAWN HEARTS
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.39 | 1877 ratings
LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC
King Crimson
4.35 | 1099 ratings
IN A GLASS HOUSE
Gentle Giant
4.30 | 1087 ratings
H TO HE, WHO AM THE ONLY ONE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.35 | 529 ratings
THE SILENT CORNER AND THE EMPTY STAGE
Hammill, Peter
4.28 | 986 ratings
STILL LIFE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.26 | 1256 ratings
OCTOPUS
Gentle Giant
4.26 | 992 ratings
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
Gentle Giant
4.26 | 996 ratings
FREE HAND
Gentle Giant
4.23 | 978 ratings
ACQUIRING THE TASTE
Gentle Giant
4.21 | 894 ratings
VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE
Hackett, Steve
4.27 | 288 ratings
MEMENTO Z BANALNYM TRYPTYKIEM
SBB
4.20 | 523 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC: PART TWO
Beardfish
4.24 | 338 ratings
ANABELAS
Bubu
4.22 | 367 ratings
MOTORPSYCHO AND STĹLE STORLŘKKEN: THE DEATH DEFYING UNICORN
Motorpsycho
4.22 | 337 ratings
BANTAM TO BEHEMOTH
Birds And Buildings
4.16 | 564 ratings
SPECTRAL MORNINGS
Hackett, Steve

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 Genesis Revisited: Live at Hammersmith by HACKETT, STEVE album cover Live, 2013
4.46 | 60 ratings

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Genesis Revisited: Live at Hammersmith
Steve Hackett Eclectic Prog

Review by tarkus1980
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The DVD is better. After putting together the oh-so-enjoyable Genesis Revisted II, it was inevitable that a lengthy tour would follow with a lengthy live album and DVD, and Hackett obliged by putting out a 3-CD+2-DVD set of the band's 2013 show at the Hammersmith Apollo. The DVD (of the show; the second DVD is just some extras) is a blast; it's fascinating to watch Hackett and his small army work so hard to make these faithful-but-tweaked renditions come alive. Nad Sylvan (who sang "Chamber of 32 Doors," "The Musical Box" and "Eleventh Earl of Mar" on GRII) isn't a perfect stand-in for Gabriel, of course, but he's a reasonable Gabriel/Collins hybrid and he does well enough on the whole. Plus, it's a little oversimplified to just call him the vocalist; in the first half of the show, there's a stretch of nearly an hour in which the only song that features him on vocals is "The Musical Box" (the others in the stretch are "Fly on a Windshield/Broadway Melody of 1974," "The Lamia," "Shadow of the Hierophant," "Blood on the Rooftops," and the "Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers .../...In That Quiet Earth/Afterglow" medley, which brings out John Wetton). As far as song selection, even a runtime of more than 2.5 hours will inevitably leave out some potentially great inclusions, but on the whole there's a good selection of songs from GRII plus faithful (to the originals) renditions of some tracks that had made it onto the original Genesis Revisited. I regretfully had to miss this tour when it came near Chicago (I only found out about it the day before and there was no way to make the logistics work), and I'm very happy to have this document as a reasonable proxy of what I missed.

As a live album, though, there are different standards to apply, and thus there are some nits to pick that I could overlook with the DVD. I feel like somewhat of an ingrate to note such a thing, but these are the third live renditions in six years (courtesy of the second disc of Out of the Tunnel's Mouth and Live Rails) of "Blood on the Rooftops," "Fly on the Windshield/Broadway Melody of 1974" and "Firth of Fifth," and while I enjoy them plenty they're done pretty much identically to before (except that Sylan sings "Firth of Fifth" here whereas O'Toole had sung it previously). This is also the second rendition of "Los Endos" in four years (Live Rails again), and it's done pretty much identically to before, aside from the way that the "Moonlit Knight" excerpt from before is swapped out (it's unnecessary given that a full version of that song occurs earlier in the show) for an excerpt from "Slogans" (I do take some enjoyment at the fact that Hackett made sure to include a little bit of his non-Genesis solo material in his show, even though much of his audience had probably never heard a lick of it). That said, there is a really nice touch near the end of having Sylvan come back to sing the "Supper's Ready" reprise from the end of the original studio version. The material that appeared on GRII is essentially done here in a manner identical to how it was done on that album, and the one substantial change (using a single lead vocalist on "Supper's Ready" rather than the lineup used on the GRII version) doesn't strike me as an improvement (I like Sylvan plenty, but being the sole vocalist on a version of "Supper's Ready" is a terrific responsibility, and I'm not sure he totally lives up to it). It was a nice touch to open with "Watcher of the Skies," yes, and including "I Know What I Like" and "Dance on a Volcano" (again, close to the original versions, not the novelty versions of GR) helps to fill out the show well, but they don't feel like the most adventurous of choices.

For all of this, though, I feel like I'm somewhat missing the forest for the trees, and the forest is: "Holy cow, it's a Steve Hackett live album with all of this awesome Genesis stuff in 2013!!!" I mean, who would have thought that I'd be so happy to hear half of Wind and Wuthering done in a live setting at this late a date? Who would have thought that "Dancing with the Moonlit Knight" or "The Lamia" or "Shadow of the Hierophant" or "Supper's Ready" would come back to the stage at this point with a prominent member of Genesis involved? And besides, Hackett tears it up; he'd always been skilled at adding little improvements to this material back when he'd been with Genesis, and this skill had only improved through time.

Overall, I enjoy this album a great deal when I listen to it, but I feel like I would value it more if GRII didn't already exist. A good comparison for this album, in my mind, is the Roger Waters live album In the Flesh that he put out in 2000, which documented a tour where he played a number of old Pink Floyd songs plus a sampling of his solo work (and which I would love if it weren't for the final song, which I dislike a great deal). Here's the thing, though: Waters hadn't just put out a corresponding album where he'd re-recorded a bunch of old Pink Floyd songs with his touring band, and thus the new renditions had a strong feeling of being necessary on some level. The renditions here are necessary in a way, yes, but with a big asterisk, and that's the main reason I can't rate this higher, even if part of me loves this album. Regardless, if you liked GRII, you'll almost certainly like this, and it's worth getting (especially since, again, the DVD of the same show comes with it).

 Infinity of Worlds by LARSSON, LALLE album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.72 | 81 ratings

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Infinity of Worlds
Lalle Larsson Eclectic Prog

Review by FXM

3 stars The recent five star review of "Infinity of Worlds" inspired me to give it another spin. I remember that it did not sound particularly inspiring when I bought it back in 2010 and has been gathering dust on the shelf ever since. But I was willing to give it another chance. I usually order 6 CDs at a time so sometimes a disk may not get the appreciation it deserves.

Definition of Masterpiece: a creation that has been given much critical praise, especially one that is considered the greatest work of a person's career or to a work of outstanding creativity, skill, or workmanship.

The musicanship is good but some of the compositions meander rather aimlessly with a mixture of styles sometimes wandering into the realms of jazz. Track 3 in particular shows this tendancy and sounds like elevator music in places.

Track 4 "Stony Days" is about the best, its heavier than the others but still nothing exceptional.

The final track, the title track, is also quite good but the best piece of music on the entire disk is at the end when it morphs into industrial noise. At least this sounds interesting, just a shame there wasn't more of this throughout the album.

Overall despite some fine musicanship this is really rather uninspiring, offers northing new that hasn't already been done to death by the likes of Derek Sherinian. It's no masterpiece, nor is it an essential part of a prog collection. Its only saved from a two star rating by Track 4.

 Infinity of Worlds by LARSSON, LALLE album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.72 | 81 ratings

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Infinity of Worlds
Lalle Larsson Eclectic Prog

Review by progpig66 (arnold)

5 stars Who can imagine my surprise, when I noticed at the bottom of the rating line of one of my other top favourite artists, the same morose line up of two star raters as I noticed below District 97. Again a line of silly names like marfish, purplefloydfish, daemacho and waeguk, all entered practically at the same time, all rated "Infinity Of Words" at two stars. What is this???

"Infinity Of Words" is one of the most beautiful albums, that entered my collection lately. A superb blend of keyboard based jazz and melodic progressive rock, embellished with a tad bit of metal influences is producing a wonderful set of beautiful fully instrumental compositions. Of course: Lalle Larsson is the glorious central figure on this second album of his Weaveworld trilogy. But what to think of the guitarists Richard Hallebeek and Stefan Rosquist. They blend perfectly with the well-chosen keyboard sounds of Lalle Larsson. With a superb rhythm section, consisting of bass player Jonas Reingold and drummer Walle Wahlgren, you can't go wrong.

Not a weak moment on this album, but if I had to pick a favourite title, it would probably be "A Demon's Kiss", with its beautiful languish piano theme. I played this album over and over and over again and I just keep on loving it!

Screw the depressing two star raters, mine will be a well-deserved 5 star !!!

progpig66.

 Live Archive NEARfest by HACKETT, STEVE album cover Live, 2003
5.00 | 2 ratings

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Live Archive NEARfest
Steve Hackett Eclectic Prog

Review by SouthSideoftheSky
Special Collaborator Symphonic Team

5 stars Somewhere In North America

Since its inception in the year 2000, six releases in Steve Hackett's Live Archive series have seen the light of day. The two latest entries in the series contain recordings of Steve's acoustic live performances, one from 1983 and one from 2005. Live Archive 04 is as far as I understand the very same concert recording as that featured on the concert film Once Above A Time. The one before that is a compilation of live tracks recorded in various places in Europe on Steve's 2003 tour. This brings us to the present release, which in my opinion is the best in the Live Archive series. Live Archives NEARfest features a full show recorded at Patriots Theater, Trenton, New Jersey in June 2002. The set list is very similar to that of the Somewhere In South America DVD which has long been a personal favourite of mine. Indeed, the first 12 songs in the set are identical before some differences begin to appear. In Memoriam is present on both but holds a different position in this set. The only substantial differences in terms of songs are that on Live Archives NEARfest we get performances of Spectral Mornings and Everyday instead on Sierra Quemada and A Tower Struck Down.

The show opens with The Floating Seventh which is a mood setter before the 21st Century Schizoid Man-like Mechanical Bride. This is followed by an excellent medley containing several familiar pieces. Serpentine song is another song that reminds of King Crimson's debut album, but this one is along the lines of the much mellower numbers from that classic album (an album which obviously has been a huge influence on Steve and Genesis). Homage is paid to his Genesis days through instrumental excerpts from Watcher Of The Skies, Hairless Heart and Firth Of Fifth, as well as a full performance of Steve's own version of Los Endos closing the show as usual. Steve's Rock side is further represented by The Steppes, Camino Royale, Vampyre With A Healthy Appetite and Darktown, whilst his acoustic side is represented by Walking Away From Rainbows, Satie's Gnossienne no. 1, and Genesis' Horizons. Overall, a perfect set list which showcases the versatility and eclecticism of the amazing Steve Hackett. I simply love this set!

Having already given five well-deserves stars to Somewhere In South America, I cannot give Live Archives NEARfest any less as the two releases are equally brilliant. However, given how similar they are in content, most people will probably be satisfied with only one of these releases.

 North Star by CURVED AIR album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.69 | 40 ratings

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North Star
Curved Air Eclectic Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

4 stars Even if Curved Air is an old and established band, "North Star" was my first encounter with it. The band recorded it's first record back in 1970 and they did six records and one live record in the seventies, one record fourteen years later 1990 and now twenty-four years later the band's eighth record is released 2014. It is a lengthy record which cover has a lot of colours with perhaps a rainbow theme and a red star in the highest place.

What's significant with Curved Air's music is the vocals of Sonja Kristina. I like them very much. They aren't musically perfect and it isn't very strong but it's very unique and warm. The vocals has a folk touch and Kristina's does sound a bit like the Swedish singer Marie Selander which I love. Of all fourteen songs eleven was more than good and five of them was very good. They come from a rich musical world with vibrating violins everywhere and a lot of great guitar solos too. The most eclectic and interesting songs are "Young mother" where the sympathic melody, violin and solo make a wonderful composition and "Images and signs" which also is noble(9/10). "Interplay", "Magnetism" and "Situations" are also fantasic pieces of music I really recommend. The whole record is full of virtuosity and warmth so I think you will like it. If you like the spirit of the psychedelic late sixties I think you will find glimpses of that too.

So the efforts of singer Sonja Kristina, drummer Florian Pilkington-Miksa, guitarist Kirby Gregory, violinist Paul Sax, keyboardist Robert Norton and Chris Harris are worth praising. My rating for this album will be 3,57, which I round up to four stars.

 Requiem Fatigue by PROCOSMIAN FANNYFIDDLERS album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.05 | 6 ratings

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Requiem Fatigue
Procosmian Fannyfiddlers Eclectic Prog

Review by ProgShine
Collaborator Errors & Omissions and Crossover Team

5 stars They say that Progressive Rock is a serious bussiness! Well, maybe it is, I think like that too as well. But to be honest with you, the seriousness of it all kinda kills the genre little by little, and you know that's true in the end.

Procosmian Fannyfiddlers, a Norwegian act, tries to change that since 1997! Requiem Fatigue (2009) is their 8th album and boy, what a blast to listen to this!

Their music is absolutelly hard to pinpoint and Eclectic is the perfect match for them, they have everything inside Progressive Rock a chaos, but a great chaos. A sonic chaos! The lyrics are something apart, funny and highly intelligent, clever at the highest point. Not to mention you open the booklet and it's just a laugh to look to this guys making fun of themselves (and having fun) with silly pictures and names like Hebbe Santos, Fist, Boddus Lust, Eric The Awful, Black-Metal Ekker, Sleazy Teigen and Pornographic Johnson.

I say that if you're tired of serious music all the time you should try this guys out, lighten up your day a little bit and still be Prog as hell.

I think I've found my new favorite band!

 Il Minosse by GOAD album cover Studio Album, 1999
2.14 | 3 ratings

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Il Minosse
Goad Eclectic Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

2 stars In 1998 the company that supported Goad's early albums, Multipromo, released the live album ''Glimpse''.Pretty weird, as the band was not well-known at the time, so I guess they certainly had a cult following at the time.This album scans various styles and moments from Goad's long history.Come 1999 and Goad release ''Il Minosse'', named after the king of Crete in Greek mythology.Originally this work started as a soundtrack for a theater play, but eventually became a standard entry in Goad's discography.

Goad seem to have fully entered the progressive realms at this point, but the lack of a stabilized core and the below the average mix of Rossi's multi-instrumental performances stand as unfair to an effort, which otherwise should have sounded really better.The basic lines on this album come from the Classic and Neo Prog genres, showered by Goad's familiar approach on doomy passages, theatrical lyrical parts and laid-back textures.There are a couple of problems though, firstly Rossi's voice is all over the place, somewhat burrying some decent attempts on instrumental music, while the thin-sounding orchestrations hurt the consistency of the album, as big part of it relies on them.There are occasional psychedelic flashes with obscure guitar moves and hypnotic rhythmic lines and the atmosphere is rather mellow and dark.Again bands like ERIS PLUVIA or EZRA WINSTON are the best comparisons with less folky touches, but Goad fail to reach the inspiration of their compatriots at this point, although some background instrumental moments with a symphonic grandieur are pretty cool.A spark of light appears towards the end and that's the style the band was really good at.''Caccia e uccisione di Minosse'' is a beautiful, instrumental piece with emphatic choirs, upfront keyboards and a quite dark atmosphere, similar to other 90's Italian bands, ''Danza di Iside'' has a lovely, cinematic atmosphere with orchestral overtones and ''Rinascita di Minosse'' is yet another attempt on dark Progressive Rock with percussion over atmospheric keyboards and a great Mellotron-drenched outro.

Uneven album with some good instrumental parts in a dark, symphonic vein, flavored by some psychedelic colors, but suffering from mediocre recording quality, mix and vocals.Should appeal to fans of 80's/90's Prog along the lines of MOONGARDEN, TALE CUE, THEATRE or EZRA WINSTON.

 Red by KING CRIMSON album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.52 | 2237 ratings

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Red
King Crimson Eclectic Prog

Review by farmboy

5 stars The rules for a five-star review do not say "you are a fan of the band" or that "you are a fan of the album"...they say "essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music."

There is absolutely no question that this particular piece of art qualifies as a masterpiece of progressive rock music. I could go do track by track review of this disc but it really is not needed--if you like progressive rock at all you simply must hear this album.

This is heavier than a lot of progressive rock and could be grating to listeners that love the major key symphonic style music. That is not a reason to avoid checking this out...this, along with The Court Of The Crimson King, are essential albums to show what King Crimson was.

The title track is pretty much flawless as a progressive/rock/metal tour-de-force instrumental. Starless is one of the best songs to show how soloing doesn't have to be about note to be emotional--and it also features mellotrons, symphonic structures, odd times, and playing that has to be hear to be believed. And the rest of the album is pretty darn amazing as well (especially the drum/bass interplay on One Red Nightmare).

Get this album. You might not like it...and it could change your musical life. Either way, if you are looking at posts on this site you need to hear this one.

 Live In Japan (The Crimson Projekct) by KING CRIMSON album cover Live, 2014
3.30 | 11 ratings

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Live In Japan (The Crimson Projekct)
King Crimson Eclectic Prog

Review by Neu!mann
Prog Reviewer

3 stars I was privileged to see the so-called Crimson ProjeKct in concert, before they adopted their current and more obvious composite moniker. At the time it was actually Tony Levin's STICK MEN supporting the ADRIAN BELEW POWER TRIO, with the two groups joining forces only during the extended 'Crimtastic Encore', quoting the breathless ad-work for the gig I attended, in October of 2011 (this set was recorded eighteen months later, and half a world away).

On paper the conglomerate band presented a lo-calorie update of the King Crimson "THRAK"-era double trio, combining two drummers (one acoustic, and the other Pat Mastelotto, plugged into his usual battery of digital traps and buttons); two bass players (assuming the Chapman Stick qualifies as a bass guitar); and two lead guitarists (neither one named Fripp). But in practice the ersatz ProjeKct was little more than a high-salary covers band, devoted exclusively to KC live repertoire from the '80s and '90s, right down to the expected fan-favorite encores of "Red" and "Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part II".

All good stuff, to long-standing Crimhead like myself. And yet there's lingering whiff of exploitation conflicting with the more adventurous KC "way of doing things" (in Mr. Fripp's oft-stated words). A cynic might even accuse the new band of cashing in on the Crimson King's name and reputation in order to attract more customers.

The original fractal ProjeKcts of the late 1990's were all about research and development, two objectives conspicuous by their absence in these recordings. Earlier Crimson gigs were notorious for sailing deep into uncharted waters, with the musicians daring the audience to follow. This new ProjeKct never takes the same risks, individually and/or collectively making no effort to adapt, interpret, or even remotely re-imagine the material.

But maybe that wasn't the point. Maybe, instead of thinking forward, the band was only configured to celebrate its legacy, while packing as little creative baggage as possible. Likeminded fans can certainly enjoy the album on the same, skin-deep level. But those of us with higher expectations for all things Crimson would rather see a group of this caliber stretching their musical tightrope a little higher off the ground.

 Culpeper's Orchard  by CULPEPER'S ORCHARD album cover Studio Album, 1970
3.95 | 49 ratings

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Culpeper's Orchard
Culpeper's Orchard Eclectic Prog

Review by psychprog1

5 stars This is arguably one of the top 10 70s European (non-British) albums in any sub-genre of rock music. I am personally amazed by al its virtues (solid songwriting, energy and power without ever being too heavy or pompous, excellent vocals in English) and it gives me a very euphoric feel whenever I listen to it (especially flowing, fresh tracks like the excellent "Teaparty for an Orchard"), despite the fact that it also contains a few great somber tracks like "Gideon's Trap". It culminates with the high-energy, amazingly climaxing "Mountain Music Part 2". The album is vaguely "prog", more reminiscent of 1969-71 Vertigo British albums. Elements of Procol Harum, Jethro Tull or even CSNY are present, but the sound is original and very very pleasant.
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A.C.T Sweden
ABRETE GANDUL Chile
ABSOLUTE ELSEWHERE United Kingdom
ABSURDCUS Romania
ACADEMIE OF FARSIDE Indonesia
ACINTYA France
ADVENT United States
AFFINITY United Kingdom
AKO DOMA Slovakia
AKRITAS Greece
AKT Italy
JEAN-PIERRE ALARCEN France
ALBATROS Germany
ALEXL Brazil
ALGERNON United States
ALLOMERUS Australia
ALON United States
ALPHA RALPHA France
ALQUILBENCIL Spain
ALQUIN Netherlands
ALTABLANCA Argentina
ALTAIR Spain
ALTERNATIV QUARTET Romania
ALTERS Poland
COSTE APETREA Sweden
APPLE BELLS Poland
ARBATEL Mexico
ARDO DOMBEC Germany
AREKNAMÉS Italy
ART AND ILLUSION Italy
ARTCANE France
PETER ASHBY United Kingdom
THE ASHQELON QUILT Israel
ASTRID PROLL Puerto Rico
ATHELSTONE Malta
ATLANTIDE France
AUDIENCE United Kingdom
AUDIO VISIONS United States
AUNT MARY Norway
AVE ROCK Argentina
AVIATOR United Kingdom
ÁVORA DI CARLLA Brazil
BAD ALCHEMY United States
VLADIMIR BADIROV Uzbekistan
BAG France
DAVID BAGSBY United States
BAKU LLAMA United States
FRANCK BALESTRACCI France
BARBARO Hungary
AL BASIM Iraq
BATABEAT Canada
BEAR IS DRIVING United States
BEARDFISH Sweden
ADRIAN BELEW United States
SERGIO BENCHIMOL Brazil
IL BERLIONE Japan
MICHAEL BERNIER United States
BIRDS AND BUILDINGS United States
BLOQUE Spain
THE BOB LAZAR STORY New Zealand
BOOTCUT Sweden
EMMANUEL BOOZ France
BORDERLINE SYNDROME Greece
EDUARDO BORT Spain
BRAINSTATIK United States
VYTAS BRENNER Venezuela
BRIGHTEYE BRISON Sweden
BUBBLEMATH United States
BUBU Argentina
JEAN-LOUIS BUCCHI France
BUDKA SUFLERA Poland
C & K VOCAL Czech Republic
CABEZAS DE CERA Mexico
CALLE DEBAUCHE United States
NEIL CAMPBELL COLLECTIVE United Kingdom
CANGACEIRO Chile
JOSE CARBALLIDO Spain
CARPE DIEM France
CARPET Germany
CARTOON Brazil
CASTLE FUSION Italy
CATAPILLA United Kingdom
CENTENAIRE France
CHAMELEON United States
CICCADA Greece
CIRCLES END Norway
CIRCUS Switzerland
CIRKUS United Kingdom
BARRY CLEVELAND United States
CLOUDS ON STRINGS United States
CMU United Kingdom
COLONEL CLAYPOOL'S BUCKET OF BERNIE BRAINS United States
CONSIDER THE SOURCE United States
THE COWBOYS FROM HELL Switzerland
CRIME IN CHOIR United States
CRÓ! Spain
THE CRYSTAL SUN United Kingdom
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CURVED AIR United Kingdom
CZAR United Kingdom
DAAL Italy
THE DAEDALUS SPIRIT ORCHESTRA France
DAGMÄHR Canada
DALTONIA Chile
DARK AETHER PROJECT United States
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GUILLAUME DE LA PILIERE France
DEBOCO France
DIAGONAL United Kingdom
DICE Sweden
DIONYSOS Canada
DISCORDIA Finland
DISEN GAGE Russia
DISTINGUISHED PANEL OF EXPERTS Multi-National
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JULIUS DOBOS Hungary
WILLIAM D. DRAKE United Kingdom
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DRIFT United States
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ECHOES France
EDENSONG United States
EFECTO Chile
EKSEPTION Netherlands
ELEKTRYK BESTIA United States
EMPTY SPACE ORCHESTRA United States
EPIDERMIS Germany
ERE G Canada
ERIK BARON & D-ZAKORD France
ESPERANTO Multi-National
ESTHEMA United States
ET CETERA Canada
EXCLUSIVE RAJA France
EXPERIMENTAL Chile
EXPERIMENTAL QUINTET Romania
FAMILY United Kingdom
FANTASIA Finland
FETUS MAXIMUS Finland
OLIVIER FEUILLERAT France
FINNEUS GAUGE United States
FLASH United Kingdom
FLÄSKET BRINNER Sweden
FLIGHT United States
THE FLOCK United States
HUGO FLORES Portugal
FOND OF TIGERS Canada
FONDERIA Italy
FOXTROT Norway
FRAMUS 5 Czech Republic
FRATERNITY Australia
FRIENDSHIP TIME Sweden
ROBERT FRIPP United Kingdom
FROM.UZ Uzbekistan
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FUN MACHINE United States
FUSIOON Spain
THE GAK OMEK United States
GALAAD Switzerland
GARDENIA Argentina
GARGAMEL Norway
GAYLORD United States
GECKO'S TEAR Italy
RON GEESIN United Kingdom
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GESTALT Japan
GEVENDE Turkey
GEYSIR Germany
GLOBALYS Belgium
GNIDROLOG United Kingdom
GOAD Italy
GOMA Spain
GOOD NIGHTOWL United States
GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA Sweden
THE GOURISHANKAR Russia
SÉBASTIEN GRAMOND France
GRATTO United States
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH United Kingdom
MAREK GRECHUTA Poland
GREYLYNG United States
GROOVECTOR Finland
THE GUARDIAN'S OFFICE Norway
GUERNICA Japan
TREY GUNN United States
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GURUH GIPSY Indonesia
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GYPSY United States
H7G Costa Rica
STEVE HACKETT United Kingdom
HAIKARA Finland
HALF PAST FOUR Canada
HAMADRYAD Canada
PETER HAMMILL United Kingdom
HAPPY THE MAN United States
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STEVE HART United Kingdom
HEADSHEAR United States
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HOBO Yugoslavia
HOBSON'S CHOICE United States
HOKR Czech Republic
HOME United Kingdom
HOUSE OF USHER United States
HUNE Canada
ICED INK United States
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