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    Posted: August 01 2020 at 18:52

Here is the New Release Report for July 2020:

Fish“Weltschmertz”  Neo-prog  Release date postponed until 9/25

Kansas“The Absence of Presence  Symphonic Prog   Released 7/17

Haken“Virus”  Heavy Prog   Released 7/10

Abel Ganz“The Life of the Honey Bee and Other Moments of Clarity  Neo-prog   Released 7/6

Steve Howe“Love Is”  Crossover  Released 7/31

Marco Minnemann“McStine & Minnemann  Eclectic Prog  Released 7/3

Lonely Robot“Feelings are Good”   Crossover Prog   Released 7/17

Magenta“Masters of Illusion” Neo-prog   Released 7/1

Pixie Ninja“Colours Out of Space”   Eclectic Prog   Released 7/3

Alberto Rigoni“Odd Times (with Marco Minnemann and Alexander Zerner)  Heavy Prog   Released 7/7

Fatal Fusion – “Dissonant Minds”  Crossover Prog   Released 7/10

Alizarin“The Last Semblance”   Heavy Prog   Released 7/10

Osta Love“About Time”   Crossover Prog   Released 7/3

Joost Maglev“Unleaded Blood Plus”   Crossover Prog   Released 7/3

Gosta Berlings Saga“Konkret Music”  Eclectic   Released 7/24

Kaprekar’s Constant“Meanwhile”  Crossover Prog   Released 7/17

Alex Carpani Band – “L’orizzonte degli Eventi”  Symphonic Prog   Released 7/3 (CD), 7/24 (digital)

Lazertuth“Leon”   Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 7/4

Haze“Back to the Bones”   Neo-prog   Released 7/4

Tomutonttu“Elavana Ullakolla” EP  Progressive Electronic Released 7/11

David Bowie“Ouvrez le Chin: Live Dallas 95” Prog-related   Released 7/24

Arms of Tripoli“One Way Plastic” EP  Post/Math Rock   Released 7/24

Kiko Loureiro“Open Source”   Progressive Metal  Released 7/10

The Light in the Ocean“The Pseudo-Scientific Study of Oceanic Neo-Cryptid Zoology  Eclectic Prog  Released 7/9

Windom End“Perspective Views”  Neo-prog   Released 7/3

Alpha Lighting System“H+”   Crossover Prog   Released 7/10

Homunculus Res“Andiamo in Giro di Notte e ci Consumiamo nel Fuoco”  Rock Progressivo Italiano  Released 7/24

Anatrofobia“Ex Carcere Femminile – Palermo 2002”  (split with Mezz Gacano)  RIO/Avant Prog   Released 7/2

Egor Lappo“Make the Sun Shine More” EP  Progressive Metal   Released 7/10

Legacy Pilots“Aviation”  Symphonic Prog   Released 7/23

Izz“Half Life” EP   Symphonic Prog  Released 7/28

Dice“Crazy Little Dreams & Maps for Ramona”  Crossover Prog   Released 7/15

Zombi“2020”  Progressive Electronic   Released 7/17

John Zorn“Les Maudits  RIO/Avant Prog   Released 7/24

The Anchoress“Reprise 2: The Covers Collection” EP  Crossover Prog   Released 7/3

Acute Mind“Under the Empty Sky”   Progressive Metal   Released 7/3

Carpe Nota“Not Greater Than You”  Heavy Prog   Released 7/14

Cross“Halfway to Somewhere”  Crossover Prog   Released 7/4

Cross“Opus Eleven”   Crossover Prog   Released 7/4

And So I Watch You From Afar“Successors”   Post/Math Rock   Released 7/3

Planisphere“Live in Speyer”  Post/Math Rock   Released 7/18

Telepath – “Castle of the Sapphic Undead” EP   Released 7/3

The Residents“Metal, Meat & Bone (The Songs of Dyin’ Dog)”  RIO/Avant Prog   Released 7/10

Phog“This World….”  Symphonic Prog   Released 7/11

Xavier Boscher“Zoological Duodecim 3: Pond” EP   Neo-prog   Released 7/24

Imperial Triumphant“Alphaville”  Tech/Extreme Prog Metal   Released 7/31

Toxenaris“The Third Policeman – Revitalized  Jazz/Rock Fusion  Released 7/24

Mariano Hayon“Alchemy”  Symphonic Prog   Released 7/16

Neal Morse“Morse/Portnoy/George: Cov3r to Cov3r”  Symphonic Prog  Released 7/24

Neal Morse“Cover to Cover Anthology (Vols. 1-3)”   Symphonic Prog  Released 7/24

Phrozenlight“Cosmic Vibrations”  Progressive Electronic  Released 7/2

                         “Remember the Tower”  Released 7/11

                         “The Dark Fights Back”  Released 7/17

                         “July Dreams” EP   Released 7/18

                         “Let the Sun Shine In” EP   Released 7/19

                         “Time Traveller”  Released 7/31

Red Bazar“Live at the Boerderij 2019”  Crossover Prog  Released 7/31

Harpy“MIMI Festival 1997”  RIO/Avant Prog  Released 7/3

Haasta“Stworki” Post/Math Rock  Released 7/13

Astrakan“Pandora’s Broken Unicorn”  Jazz/Rock Fusion  Released 7/21

Buckethead“Pike 278: Unexpected Journeys”  Prog-related  Released 7/30

King Gorm“King Gorm”  Crossover Prog   Relased 7/31

Swappers Eleven“From a Distance”  Neo-prog  Released 7/27

Manna/Mirage“Face”  Canterbury Scene  Released 7/15

 Last Update:  September 2, 2020

Here are the links to the previous New Release Reports for 2020:


January

February

March

April

May

June


Releases coming soon:

Archive – “Versions”  8/28

Deep Purple – “Whoosh!”  8/7

Tim Bowness – “Late Night Laments”  8/28

Motorpsycho – “The All is One”  8/28

Pain of Salvation – “Panther”  8/28

The Pineapple Thief – “Versions of the Truth”

Ayreon – “Transitus”  9/25

Neal Morse – “Sola Gratia  9/11

Fish - "Weltschmerz" 9/25

Ozric Tentacles - "Space for the Earth"  10/9

Hawkwind - "Hawkwind Light Orchestra: Carnivorous"  10/16



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Fantastic job!!
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Kansas!
The sun has left the sky...
...Now you can close your eyes
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Thanks again. I always look forward your list. There’s always a treasure in it for me to find.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Mirakaze Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 02 2020 at 07:27
Thanks a lot for making these, indeed. I was about to suggest the new live album by Harpy, until I discovered that they aren't in the Progarchives database. Somebody ought to do something about that.

Speaking of artists that aren't in the database (and probably shouldn't be), lovers of avant-garde jazz should definitely check out Collage Project's Off Brand and Thumbscrew's The Anthony Braxton Project which were both released last month.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TCat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 02 2020 at 19:04
Thanks for all of your comments, reminders and corrections.  Everything helps.
 
I added in Kansas, Haken and Abel Ganz which were all postponed in June and also added in a few more that were added as new albums into the database today.

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Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

Don't forget this one


although the PA information of the track listing is missing 2 of the discs. Confused
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^Thanks for that one.  For some reason I had accidentally put that under June Releases in my little notebook.  

The 2 other discs you are talking about are not in this particular album.  You are probably thinking about the "Cover to Cover Anthology" collection that combines all three of the cover albums that have been released over time.  That collection was released on the same day.  Here is the Archive link:   https://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=66953

"Cov3r to Cov3r" is the third volume of this cover series and either comes with just the CD as listed in the track listing, or as a vinyl package that includes the same tracks spread out over 2 LPs and the same CD, the track listings being the same.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BaylorYou Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 04 2020 at 17:38
Just saw this list you keep for the first time. Noticed a lot of your reviews before but this is great for keeping up with new stuff. Just thought I’d also mention I went back and looked at May and if you wanted to add another album to the list my band, Empire Bathtub, released our album Looney Moons on May 1st. Anyways, thanks for these lists!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TCat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 04 2020 at 18:38
Originally posted by BaylorYou BaylorYou wrote:

Just saw this list you keep for the first time. Noticed a lot of your reviews before but this is great for keeping up with new stuff. Just thought I’d also mention I went back and looked at May and if you wanted to add another album to the list my band, Empire Bathtub, released our album Looney Moons on May 1st. Anyways, thanks for these lists!

I'll take a listen to your album over the next few days and see if it should be listed in the Archives.  The list only includes bands that are listed on the site, but since I am on the Progressive Metal team, I'll preview it and see if it's appropriate for the genre.  

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote richardh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 04 2020 at 23:49
Originally posted by TCat TCat wrote:

^Thanks for that one.  For some reason I had accidentally put that under June Releases in my little notebook.  

The 2 other discs you are talking about are not in this particular album.  You are probably thinking about the "Cover to Cover Anthology" collection that combines all three of the cover albums that have been released over time.  That collection was released on the same day.  Here is the Archive link:   https://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=66953

"Cov3r to Cov3r" is the third volume of this cover series and either comes with just the CD as listed in the track listing, or as a vinyl package that includes the same tracks spread out over 2 LPs and the same CD, the track listings being the same.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

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You're more on it than the Prognosis site. Well done recap! Clap
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Awesome, thanks! I submitted the band a little while back via the email, but didn’t hear anything back. It looked like the thread I found might have been an old process for submitting bands, but I wasn’t able to find a newer process.
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aieee Bowie from beyond the grave :P
Released date are often when it it impacted you but recorded dates are when it really happened...

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TCat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 07 2020 at 07:45
Originally posted by BaylorYou BaylorYou wrote:

Awesome, thanks! I submitted the band a little while back via the email, but didn’t hear anything back. It looked like the thread I found might have been an old process for submitting bands, but I wasn’t able to find a newer process.

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