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    Posted: February 25 2021 at 22:05
Welcome to the 2020 Progarchives.com Collaborators' Album of the Year

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Kansas - The Absence Of Presence

Symphonic Prog

#48-t

Ulver - Flowers of Evil

Post Rock/Math Rock

#48-t

Arnaud Bukwald - La Marmite Cosmique Six

Eclectic Rock

#44-t

David Minasian - The Sound of Dreams

Symphonic Prog

#44-t

Gazpacho - Fireworker

Crossover Prog

#44-t

Isobar - Isobar

Eclectic Prog

#44-t

Hedvig Mollestad Trio- Ekhidna

Heavy Prog

#42-t

Neptunian Maximalism - …ons

RIO/Avant Prog

#42-t

The Tangent - Auto Reconnaissance

Eclectic Prog

#40-t

CHROMB! - Le livre des merveilles

RIO/Avant Prog

#40-t

Three Colours Dark- The Science of Goodbye

Crossover Prog

#39

John Zorn - Baphomet

RIO/Avant Rock

#38

Jargon - The Fading Thought

Crossover Prog

#37

Behold The Arctopus - Hapeleptic Overtrove

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

#36

Enslaved - Utgard

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

#35

Psychotic Waltz - The God-Shaped Void

Progressive Metal

#t-33

Vespero - The Four Zoas

Psychedelic/Space Rock

#t-33

Magenta - The Masters of Illusion

Neo-Prog

#32

Rick Wakeman - Red Planet

Symphonic Prog

#29-t

Hail Spirit Noir - Eden In Reverse

Experimental/Post Metal

#29-t

Dai Kaht - Dai Kaht II

Zeuhl

#29-t

Horse Lords - The Common Task

RIO/Avant Prog

#28

Tigran Hamasyan - The Call Within

Jazz/Rock Fusion

#27

Fates Warning - Long Day Good Night

Progressive Metal

#26

Weserbergland - Am Ende der Welt

Krautrock

#25

Homunculus Res - Andiamo in giro di notte e ci consumiamo nel fuoco

Canterbury Scene

#24

Lunatic Soul - Through Shaded Woods

Crossover Prog

#21-t

Wyxz - ODYX

RIO/Avant Prog

#21-t

Abel Ganz - The Life of the Honey Bee and Other Moments of Clarity

Neo-Prog

#21-t

Trees Speak - Ohms

Krautrock

#20

Sanguine Hum - A Trace of Memory

Neo-Prog

#19

Le Grand Sbam - Furvent

RIO/Avant Prog

#18

Anna Von Hausswolff - All Thoughts Fly

Crossover Prog

#17

Marathon - Mark Kelly's Marathon

Crossover Prog

#15- t

Gungfly - Alone Together

Crossover Prog

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The Reticent - The Oubliette

Experimental/Post Metal

#14

Motorpsycho - The All is One

Eclectic Prog

#13

Oranssi Pazuzu - Mestarin kynsi

Experimental/Post Metal

#12

Thy Catafalque - Naiv

Experimental/Post Metal

#10

Fish - Weltschmerz

Neo-Prog

#10

The Flower Kings - Islands

Symphonic Prog

 

 

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La Maschera di Cera - S.E.I.

Rock Progressivo Italiano   

#8

Ring van Mobius - The 3rd Majesty

Symphonic Prog

 

#7

Magick Brother and Mystic Sister - Magick Brother and Mystic Sister

Psychedelic/Space Rock

 

#6

Fren - Where Do You Want Ghosts to Reside

Eclectic Prog

 

#5

Pendragon - Love Over Fear

Neo-Prog

#4

JG Thirlwell & Simon Steensland - Oscillospira

RIO/Avant-Prog

#3

Logos - Sadako e le Mille Gru di Carta

Rock Progressivo Italiano

The 2020 Prog Archives Collaborator's Runner-Up

Wobbler - Dwellers Of The Deep

 Symphonic Prog

Three years after From Silence to Somewhere,Norway's Wobbler comes up just short of having two consecutive albums taking the PA Collaborators top prize. Dwellers of the Deep continues the band's tradition of long symphonic tracks of dynamic sonic and rhythmic vectors that harkens to the spirit of classic-era Yes.

...And The 2020 Prog Archives Collaborator's Album of the Year!

 

Zopp - Zopp

Canterbury Scene

For the second time in three years the top spot is taken by an artist's debut album. England's East Midlands is home to multi-instrumentalist Ryan Stevenson and percussionist Andrea Moneta, the creators of Canterbury Nouveau project, Zopp. The self-titled debut sees Stevenson and Moneta, along with several good friends that includes modern progressive fixture Andy Tillson co-producing and mastering the album, create a masterpiece worthy of greats like Egg, Supersister and Caravan.

   "...This is a stunning debut that proudly revives the fiery passionate of the classic Canterbury years with lots of juicy extra touches to keep this from being a hero worshipping folly...." -siLLy puPPy, PA Collaborator

"...There is a simple complexity, with lead roles being switched between different instruments and it certainly never sounds as if this is a project but more as if it were a full band..." -kev rowland, PA Special Collaborator

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The list is compiled from votes placed by Progarchives.com collaborators, prog-reviewers, and VIP forum users.

Here is the complete vote/score table. Voters were asked to provide a list of 20 albums. 20 points awarded for first place, 19 for second place..... 1 point for twentieth. I was hoping to have the full list display on the forum, but the formatting angered WebWiz. So alternatively I was able to export to PDF which is available for download here

 



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Excellent work, thanks again! 

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Great job as always! Clap

It's nice to see a couple debut albums rank so high: Zopp and Fren

Interesting results. A lot of variety with a mix of old veteran acts and newer acts.


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Excellent! Thanks for your great work Ian, and Zopp! Clap
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I'm pretty sure I've never voted for an album so highly that became the #1 album of the year. So I'm glad you all are coming around to my taste. Wink
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Well, I'm ok with Gazpacho, Enslaved, Fates Warning, Lunatic Soul, Sanguine Hum and some other artists

And I can't stand anymore The Flower Kings, many Italian bands and 70's old-fashioned music played by bands like Wobbler. 

And no post-rock in that top. A pity ! Ouch
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I would have had Pendragon and The Flower Kings higher in my list; But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. Anyways, cool to see that Zopp album being chosen the best album of 2020, maybe I should give it a spin soon.Big smile
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Nicely done! Still have to explore a great number of albums from this top 50.

And, is it me or is the top 10 very heavily leaning on the retro side of prog?
(not that I complain, I especially like the Logos album...)

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Originally posted by A Crimson Mellotron A Crimson Mellotron wrote:

But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. 

well it seems then that more people enjoyed Ring van Mobius than TFK or they had it higher in their lists. 
TBH, I agree and I am not surprised at all. 
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Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by A Crimson Mellotron A Crimson Mellotron wrote:

But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. 

well it seems then that more people enjoyed Ring van Mobius than TFK or they had it higher in their lists. 
TBH, I agree and I am not surprised at all. 

There are two issues with this.

Firstly, a relatively few number of collaborators vote, so the votes arenít really particularly representative of a larger music listening public.

Secondly, this is skewed even further by the fact that those collaborators who do vote are very much into the more niche or acquired tastes of prog. There are not many left like me who bother voting and enjoy more, ahem, accessible music.
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Excellent job, Ian Clap
Zopp and Fren deserve it, congratulations
and I find this a good mix of eccentric and mainstream prog ...






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Originally posted by lazland lazland wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by A Crimson Mellotron A Crimson Mellotron wrote:

But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. 

well it seems then that more people enjoyed Ring van Mobius than TFK or they had it higher in their lists. 
TBH, I agree and I am not surprised at all. 

There are two issues with this.

Firstly, a relatively few number of collaborators vote, so the votes arenít really particularly representative of a larger music listening public.

Secondly, this is skewed even further by the fact that those collaborators who do vote are very much into the more niche or acquired tastes of prog. There are not many left like me who bother voting and enjoy more, ahem, accessible music.

You are probably right.
I just wanted to say that I'm not surprised by that and that I agree. 

I don't mean to upset anyone, it's all I do these days it seems. 
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Originally posted by PhideauxFan PhideauxFan wrote:

Well, I'm ok with Gazpacho, Enslaved, Fates Warning, Lunatic Soul, Sanguine Hum and some other artists

And I can't stand anymore The Flower Kings, many Italian bands and 70's old-fashioned music played by bands like Wobbler. 

And no post-rock in that top. A pity ! Ouch

There was post rock in my list. Unfortunately, relatively few collaborators submit lists, which means less variety. This list essentially pulls together all the common elements from the contributing lists, and that leads to a fairly middle-of-the-road selection. Thatís not to say these arenít good or great albums, but I donít really think itís particularly indicative of what the contributors prefer, so much as whatever crossover there is.

I have 18 of the albums in this list, but only 3 were in the list I submitted. I think itís probably still a pretty good indication of what a lot of people who visit this forum will like, as it tends to the more mainstream.

I actually found that I enjoyed more albums that do not appear in PA on 2020 than do, so even my own contributing list was not a true reflection of my favourite albums from last year, so much as what was left of those once I removed all the ones that donít feature on PA.

I have no problem with this list, though, because itís not meant to reflect my tastes. And I actually think itís a pretty good list of what was good last year - even though thereís a fair few albums in there that are not particularly to my taste.

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I'm definitely more into the 'safe' end of prog but ended up putting The Flower Kings further down my list than expected. I really enjoy the second disc but maybe got a bit bored with the first. Still its a very strong album.
I am a little surprised that I was the only one to vote for the Lazuli album as for me its obviously their masterpiece. I also love Deep Purple's Whoosh! and Don Airey is clearly channelling a lot of the spirit of Jon Lord with a touch of Keith Emerson. Anyway its a very good list , I will certainly buy that Zopp album and have a good listen. The number of collaborators voting for it was considerably more than for any other album so that must mean something. I'm not a great fan of Canterbury per se so have to be dragged kicking and screaming towards that particular sub genre Wink  
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Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

I'm definitely more into the 'safe' end of prog but ended up putting The Flower Kings further down my list than expected. I really enjoy the second disc but maybe got a bit bored with the first. Still its a very strong album.
I am a little surprised that I was the only one to vote for the Lazuli album as for me its obviously their masterpiece. I also love Deep Purple's Whoosh! and Don Airey is clearly channelling a lot of the spirit of Jon Lord with a touch of Keith Emerson. Anyway its a very good list , I will certainly buy that Zopp album and have a good listen. The number of collaborators voting for it was considerably more than for any other album so that must mean something. I'm not a great fan of Canterbury per se so have to be dragged kicking and screaming towards that particular sub genre Wink  

I love the Lazuli album, but there was so much I loved last year, some things had to give. I listened to and enjoyed well over 300 albums from 2020. My ďshortlistĒ when I first made one, was something like 142 albums. Cutting down is hard, and some things get cut out that perhaps donít deserve to.

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To start, let me thank you for the great work, Ian Clap

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by lazland lazland wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by A Crimson Mellotron A Crimson Mellotron wrote:

But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. 

well it seems then that more people enjoyed Ring van Mobius than TFK or they had it higher in their lists. 
TBH, I agree and I am not surprised at all. 

There are two issues with this.

Firstly, a relatively few number of collaborators vote, so the votes arenít really particularly representative of a larger music listening public.

Secondly, this is skewed even further by the fact that those collaborators who do vote are very much into the more niche or acquired tastes of prog. There are not many left like me who bother voting and enjoy more, ahem, accessible music.

You are probably right.
I just wanted to say that I'm not surprised by that and that I agree. 

I don't mean to upset anyone, it's all I do these days it seems. 

I did not have the time - or the mind - to listen to as much albums as I should want. Yet I came to a chosen dozen1, all worthy albums that would appear on my list in any year. I have not heard the TFK album, but I did like the Ring van MŲbius album and this is reflected on my list. The final result had some pleasant surprises, and 4 albums from my list appeared in the top 10:

1. Fish - Weltschmerz (11)
2. Deluge Grander - Lunarians (62)
3. Zopp - Zopp (1)
4. The Tangent - Auto Reconnaissance (42)
5. Ring van MŲbius - The 3rd Majesty (8)
6. Wobbler - Dwellers of the Deep (2)
7. Days between Stations - Giants (150)
8. Homunculus Res - Andiamo in Giro di Notte e ci Consumiamo nel Fuoco (25)
9. Logos - Sadako e le Mille Gru di Carta (3)
10. Ovrfrwd - StarStuff (88)
11. Violent Silence - Twilight Furies (186)
12. Anna von Hausswolff - All Thoughts Fly (18)

2020 was a good year for Canterbury.

1 Thirteen actually, but Dyble Longdon's Between a Breath and a Breath is not filed on PA, so I could not include it. Otherwise, it would have reached #2 or #3.



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Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by lazland lazland wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by A Crimson Mellotron A Crimson Mellotron wrote:

But Ring van Mobius above TFK? I don't get it. 

well it seems then that more people enjoyed Ring van Mobius than TFK or they had it higher in their lists. 
TBH, I agree and I am not surprised at all. 

There are two issues with this.

Firstly, a relatively few number of collaborators vote, so the votes arenít really particularly representative of a larger music listening public.

Secondly, this is skewed even further by the fact that those collaborators who do vote are very much into the more niche or acquired tastes of prog. There are not many left like me who bother voting and enjoy more, ahem, accessible music.

You are probably right.
I just wanted to say that I'm not surprised by that and that I agree. 

I don't mean to upset anyone, it's all I do these days it seems. 

You donít upset me in the slightest Hug
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Happy to have one in the top 10, Thirlwell & Steensland. Here's the rest of my ballot with final position and number of ballots they appeared on. Unsuprisingly I was the only person to vote for 8 of the albums.

1. JG Thirlwell & Simon Steensland - Oscillospira (4th - 8 ballots)
2. Schnellertollermeier - 5 (61st - 3 ballots)
3. Darrifourcq Hermia Ceccaldi - Kaiju Eats Cheeseburgers (100th - 1 ballot)
4. Led Bib - Live at The Vortex Jazz Club - May 3rd 2014 (106th - 1 ballot)
5. Dan Weiss Starebaby - Natural Selection (113th - 1 ballot)
6. Horse Lords - The Common Task (29th - 4 ballots)
7. Mary Halvorson's Code Girl - Artless Falling (139th - 1 ballot)
10. Guillaume Perret - A Certain Trip (66th - 2 ballot)
11. Le Grand Sbam - Furvent (19th - 6 ballots)
12. Arch Garrison - The Bitter Lay (188th - 1 ballot)
13. Behold The Arctopus - Hapeleptic Overtrove (37th - 3 ballots)
14. Artķs - Cerc (188th - 2 ballots)
15. Polymorphie - Claire Vťnus (159th - 1 ballot)
16. Hedvig Mollestad - Ekhidna (44th - 3 ballots)
17. Cheer-Accident - Chicago XX (227th - 1 ballot)
18. Red Fiction - Visions Of The Void (80th - 2 ballots)
19. Titan to Tachyons - Cactides (241st - 1 ballot)
20. Tigran Hamasyan - The Call Within (28th - 4 ballots)
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I appreciate the time and effort it takes to compile a list like this. Thanks to all who participated.

Here are five albums I enjoyed last year. All received zero votes. Cry
1. Helmet of Gnats - Travelogue
2. Them Moose Rush - Dancing Maze
3. Intervals - Circadian
4. Lonely Robot - Feelings are Good
5. Harrison/Fafard - Chemical Reactions
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