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Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Momentum 2012
8.6
Momentum is now the seventh solo prog album from Neal Morse. Those familiar with Morse's work know that he is a prolific songwriter always able to craft strong melodies which highlight his skills as a multi-instrumentalist while relying on significant contributions from Mike Portnoy and Randy George.

Momentum consists of five relatively short songs and one 33-minute epic ("World Without End"). The album opens with the title track "Momentum." I consider this to be high-quality pop/prog as it showcases an engaging upbeat melody and a blistering guitar solo from guest artist Paul Gilbert.

"Thoughts, Part 5" is next. This may just be the best song on the album and is very reminiscent of King Crimson's "Red," but with Gentle Giant-like vocal harmonies. After the heavy guitar riffs and vocal acrobats, the song ends with an instrumental jam with some really nice playing from both Portnoy and George.

"Smoke and Mirrors" follows and is a gorgeous piece very unique to what you might normally expect from Morse. I consider this to be the best ballad he has ever written and feel that it fits very nicely on this album.

"Weathering Sky" is the fourth track and while catchy and hard-driving, this is probably my least favorite song on the album. Neal says on the "Making of" DVD which is included with the Special Edition that he doesn't know what "weathering sky" means, but he liked the sound of it. While I find that mildly humorous, I personally prefer lyrics with meaning over lyrics that have none. I will discuss this a bit more later in this review.

"Freak" is next and is another slower song that I would consider to be "prog-lite." It has a catchy bridge that leads into a dynamic modulation giving the song a nice dramatic finish.



"World ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Devin TownsendMyspace.com - Deconstruction 2011
6.0
I love Devin Townsend. I like his music. I like his humor. I especially like it when he combines his humor with his music, as he did so well in Ziltoid, the Omniscient. Unfortunately, I think he really goes WAY over-the-top in about every area imaginable in the production of Deconstruction. I have already reviewed Ghost (which was released at the same time) and lamented how he left the center of his typical musical universe to explore the extreme edges. Ghost was too soft. Deconstruction is too...well, everything. You name it, Deconstruction has too much of it.

Townsend loves to create a wall of sound, but with this album he has created walls upon walls of sounds and the overall effect is ultimately more distracting (assaulting is the better word) than pleasing to my ears.

The album starts off quite nicely with the opening moments of "Praise the Lowered" which steadily increases in intensity and volume to become somewhat of a frothing mess which is a precursor of things to come.

"Stand" follows and is a great track, right in the wheelhouse for what makes Devin such a great artist. It is heavy, with lots of layered guitar parts providing unique sounds in conjunction with Devin's vocal arrangements. However, the sonic assault has yet to truly begin. "Juular" is reminiscent of the "Vampolka"-"Vampira" combo from Synchestra. It comes fast ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Steven WilsonMyspace.com - Grace For Drowning 2011
7.1
I like Porcupine Tree. They make nice music. Wilson is obviously a big part of that. However, they have never once wowed me. Signify, In Absentia, Deadwing and Fear of a Blank Planet have all been enjoyable albums to my ears, but I would not consider any of them masterpieces. Now Wilson has released a couple of solo albums, with Grace For Drowning being the more highly acclaimed of the two. This has me slightly perplexed as I have found nothing to be enthusiastic about with this latest release.



I find Grace For Drowning to be plodding and slightly boring. It reminds me of Deadwing and Signify at times, yet muffled and ambient in the Sky Moves Sideways vein. The cornerstone of the album is the 23-minute epic, "Raider II." While I am a big fan of epics, this one is just too ambient for my taste. I find myself bored and wondering why Wilson felt the need to drag this out such as King Crimson did way back when with "Moonchild." Much of the song (which ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
GenesisMyspace.com - Selling England by the Pound 1973
7.7
Prog Rock
The Good, Bad and the Average

The Good: Firth of Fifth and The Cinema Show

While these two songs are very solid, they do not make this album a masterpiece. "Firth of Fifth" is the third song and showcases some nice instrumentation in the way of keyboards early and guitar late. Banks and Hackett showcase their skills rather nicely in this song and the overall effect is impressive. "The Cinema Show" is an epic which weaves a nice story with a melody that never bores or gets old. The whole band contributes nicely with Gabriel doing some emotive singing which adds some texture to the work.

The Average: Dancing with the Moonlit Knight, I Know What I Like, More Fool Me, After the Ordeal

"Dancing with the Moonlit Knight" starts off well but seems to drag about midway through the song. In my humble opinion, it is long only for the sake of being long. Good progressive rock songs should capture your attention and not let go. This song just doesn't do that for me. After about three minutes, I am ready for the next song, which is..."I Know What I Like" has a catchy melody and is fun to sing along with, but it does not grab my imagination. So while I am glad that the day has broken on the "Moonlit Knight" with this song, I am already looking ahead to the aforementioned "Firth of Fifth". "More Fool Me" showcases Collins' vocals nicely. But other than that, it is a pretty forgettable love (pop?) song which really slows the pace coming in right after "Firth of Fifth." "After the Ordeal" is basically an intermission piece stuffed between the two eleven-minute epics on this disc. It is so forgettable in ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
GenesisMyspace.com - Foxtrot 1972
7.6
Prog Rock
While there is some very good music on this album, I just don't see it as being amazing as most prog enthusiasts will tell you . I refuse to agree with the majority that "Supper's Ready"� is one of the best epics ever. In my opinion, it's dull and offers very little substance� both lyrically and musically. I think that "Can-Utility and the Coastliners" is the highlight� of the album, with "Time Table" and "Horizons" offering some good stuff in smaller� packages. "Watcher of the Skies" kicks things off and is the poster child for the mellotron, but otherwise doesn't do much for me. It starts off slowly and never� seems to go anywhere. "Get 'em Out By Friday" is fun and is a nice change of pace on� this album. While I like this album, I cannot in good conscience say it is one of the best ever . Ho-hum.
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Testimony 2 2011
9.3
Prog Rock
Having already given masterpiece status to two of Morse's other albums (One and ?), I thought it unlikely that he would be able to put out another stellar album after his more recent albums (Sola Scriptura and Lifeline) left me a little disappointed. I was wrong. Testimony 2 is a beautiful work and a true masterpiece.

I have been critical of Morse in the past for self-plagiarizing; but with this album being a sequel, it made sense to do that very thing. Interestingly enough, the reoccurring themes from the first Testimony album are brought to life in a fantastic way. Testimony 2 is full of dizzying overtures, soaring melodies and catchy themes which can't help but please. There are so many highlights, it's difficult to determine where to begin: "Overture No. 4" and "Time Changer" are brilliantly written and performed (with some nice contributions from guys named Nick D'Virgilio, Dave Meros and Alan Morse). "Jayda" is emotionally moving. "Jesus' Blood" and ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Lifeline 2008
8.4
Prog Rock
Let me preface this review by admitting to being a rather big fan of Neal Morse's music, whether it be his solo output or his work with Spock's Beard and Transatlantic. I have enthusiastically given two of his solo albums 5-star ratings (One and ?) and been amazed at the volume of music he is able to write, record and produce in a short period of time. However, I think there is perhaps a noticeable downside to being such a prolific songwriter: the similar musical nuances that inevitably get re-used in a short period of time before the overall music style has a chance to sufficiently evolve. More than any artist I can think of, Morse gets blamed for self-plagiarizing and I believe this to be warranted. Morse makes it fairly obvious in his music where his influences lie and lately, he seems to be most influenced by his own past work.

I say all this in my review of Morse's latest release, Lifeline, since on the first few listens it is fairly distracting how much this sounds like a mesh of Snow, V, Sola Scriptura and One. I remember the first time I listened to Riverside's first album, Out of Myself. In my first few listens to that album, I felt like I was listening to a Pink Floyd cover band that had switched some words around and thrown in some growls for good measure. But after getting deeper into that album, that feeling went away and it sounded more like...Riverside. Unfortunately, with Lifeline, I just can't shake that deja vu feeling as some of the passages are just too similar, if not exactly the same as previous Morse music.

The album starts off with a fairly good song in the title track, Lifeline. It runs for over 13 minutes and moves at a great pace making it seem like a much shorter song. As others have noted, it sounds much like the opening tune from the One album (The ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Cover to Cover 2006, Tribute
7.0
Non-Prog Rock
This is a surprisingly enjoyable album, with outstanding performances put in by Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy and Randy George. If you like classic rock, then I would say that this album is an excellent addition to your collection.



The highlights from this album (in my opinion) are Morse's renditions of "I'm Free/Sparks", "I'm the Man" and "Find My Way Back Home." Portnoy appears to have a field day on the kit pretending to be Keith Moon as he really delivers some excellent work covering The Who's "Sparks."



I normally do not care much for albums such as this, but this compilation of songs was so good, and Morse & Company's delivery is so strong, I have no problem recommending this album.
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - One 2004
9.9
Symphonic Prog Rock
This is perhaps my favorite album of all time. It has everything that I look for in a great album: great melodies, grandiose epics, compelling theme and stunning musicianship. Morse is often-criticized as being too formulaic in his music and while I might tend to agree, his formula works to perfection on this album. If you like epics, you'll be hard-pressed to find an album that offers up as many solid epics as One as there are 5 tracks that are at least 9 minutes in length.

One is a concept album that encompasses almost the entire message of the Christian faith from the creation of the universe to the idea of eternal bliss in the presence of God. While I happen to enjoy the concept, for purposes of this review I will instead focus primarily on the music as that is ultimately the reason why I like this album so much. Morse does a wonderful job though of creating musical moods to reflect the story that he weaves with the lyrics.

Track 1: The Creation. This 18-minute epic is very good from start to finish, but is especially good from the 13-minute mark on as the music turns appropriately dark and sinister in line with the story being conveyed. Mike Portnoy's distinctive drumming is on full display and he does a really nice job of driving some of the fast sections of this song. Phil Keaggy also provides a nifty guitar solo on this track.

Track 2: The Man's Gone. This short song provides a nice reprieve after the intensity of the previous track. Most of this song establishes a theme which will reoccur at various times throughout the remainder of the album. This tends to be a Morse trademark.

Track 3: Author of Confusion. This song is crazy. Portnoy, Randy George on the bass and Morse on lead guitar and vocals are a whirling dervish of sound on this track. The musicians' technical skills are showcased in this ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 6 years ago <Permalink>
Devin TownsendMyspace.com - Ghost 2011
6.0
It wasn't all that long ago when one of my favorite bands released two albums on top of each other that were almost complete opposites when Opeth gave us Deliverance and Damnation. Eight years later, another one of my favorites does practically the same thing and my reaction is no different now as it was when Opeth did it. Many consider it progressive when a band attempts to push out its borders, but I find that there is a cost.

I fell in love with Devin Townsend with Terria, Synchestra and Ziltoid the Omniscient (my favorite). Now with Deconstruction and Ghost, Mr. Townsend leaves behind his normally balanced approach to music by giving us entire albums on the extreme edge of his repertoire. This particular review concerns Ghost, which entirely consists of Townsend's ethereal and ambient styles of music.

Soothing? Yes. Pretty? Yes. What I want in a Devin Townsend album? Not even close. This is the Mamma Bear side of Townsend which just feels too soft and tepid for my taste. While I would agree that there are redeeming prog elements contained in this piece of music, I would never consider this essential nor would I recommend it. (If reading this review put you to sleep, then I have captured the essence of Ghost.)
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
Devin TownsendMyspace.com - Ziltoid the Omniscient 2007
9.1
Prog Speed Metal
When I first heard Ayreon’s The Human Equation album, I was intrigued by a number of the voices that I heard on it, Devin Townsend’s being one of them. To be honest, I was a bit intimidated to delve into his discography because I thought his speed metal tendencies might not be to my taste. But after reading a couple of favorable reviews of this album with the silly name, I thought it might be time to give the Canadian hard rocker a try.

Surprised...Stunned...Amazed. This album left me speechless. Are all of those voices really Devin’s? This is a fabulous album in the prog metal genre.

Things start off with a searing speed-metal introduction to the concept’s main character, Ziltoid. I love this start for a number of reasons. First, the music and the concept quickly let ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
Glass HammerMyspace.com - Culture of Ascent 2007
8.6
Symphonic Retro Prog Rock
This is perhaps the album we have all been waiting for from Glass Hammer. With Culture of Ascent, the group has shored up its previous areas of weakness–mainly vocals and guitar. This is a huge step up from their last record, The Inconsolable Secret. While I’m not ready to say that this is their best album (since I have a soft spot in my heart for Lex Rex), it is most certainly their most mature, well-rounded effort. There is a very strong retro (dare I say, derivative?) sound which is evident throughout, which can be attributed to the subtle vocal sounds provided by Jon Anderson and the opening track cover of “Southside of the Sky”. This really does like Yes. Now don’t get me wrong, I say this as a sincere compliment to the music that exists on this new record.

As I said, the opening track is a cover of Yes’ “Southside of the Sky”. This works out very well in my opinion. Not only is that just a good song, but Glass Hammer does a wonderful rendition of it with Susie Bogdanowicz providing the lead vocals with Mr. Jon Anderson provided some backing ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
MarillionMyspace.com - Brave 1994
9.3
Neo Prog Rock
I have just recently been introduced to Marillion and have been pleasantly surprised with what I have heard so far. Unlike most people who start with the earlier Fish albums, my initial taste of this British group was with the albums Marbles, Brave and Afraid of Sunlight (which happen to be the only three albums I have listened to at the date of this review). I must say, I do like the sound these guys make.

Brave is a concept album, but I'm going to spend very little time (if any) in this review discussing the concept since I much prefer focusing on the music itself. While the story in the music may be worthy of some additional appreciation, it's always the music that makes or breaks an album. Brave is chock-full of very good music.

"Bridge"

The opening track is hauntingly beautiful and atmospheric as the setting is appropriately set for the story that is to be told over the course of the album. The music is soft, with the vocals almost being whispered to convey the anguish and despair of the situation. While the song clocks in at just under three minutes, I always wish it would last a little longer since the music truly is beautiful through here.

"Living with the Big Lie"

What a great song this is! Wonderful lyrical passages combined with a hard-driving melody really make this a standout song. Marillion may be considered a neo-prog band, yet the sound on this song is so fresh and powerful (even 12 years later) that I would never consider this to be even remotely derivative.

"Runaway"

Things slow down a bit as this third song continues the musical bliss that started from the opening sounds of the album. Strong contributions from all members of the band meld to make a soft, subtle sound that is pleasing to the ears and warming to the heart. (I ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
Rush - Grace Under Pressure 1984
7.0
Prog Rock
My introduction to Rush was a rather odd one in that I fell in love with them with the Counterparts album and then just as quickly fell out of love with them with the albums that followed: Test for Echo and Vapor Trails. But then as I developed a taste for prog, I went back and looked at their older material and found that I really enjoyed 2112, A Farewell to Kings and Hemispheres. Now I am delving into the ‘80s.

Rush certainly creates an atmosphere with this album, with the spacey keyboards providing a good fit along with the overwhelming lyrical theme. The problem I have with this album is that it sounds very "dated." Twenty-three years after release, so many of these songs sound...well, 23 years old. That’s not necessarily always a bad thing, but I find that in this case it really detracts from the quality of the music.

I find that I really like Distant Early Warning and Red Sector A (the two songs from this album which also made it onto the excellent compilation album Chronicles). I also enjoy the final song on the album, Between the Wheels. Everything else is forgettable, as far as I’m concerned. In fact, I find a couple of the songs just downright bad (The Enemy Within and Kid Gloves).

As much as I’d like to give this talented trio a higher grade with this effort, I can only recommend it for completionists.
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Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
AyreonMyspace.com - The Human Equation 2004
9.3
Prog Metal
I am stunned. For whatever reason, I’ve heard very little about Ayreon and The Human Equation. I took a chance and recently purchased this because someone told me that I might like it. Well, I think it is outstanding. This album grabbed me in the very first listen (not always a good thing) and has continued to thrill my ears on subsequent listens (definitely a good thing).

Unlike a lot of listeners, I have a softspot for double album rock operas such as this. When I consider albums that I consider to be prog masterpieces: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (Genesis) and Snow (Spock’s Beard) are two albums that immediately come to mind. The Human Equation may be just as good (if not better) due to the amazing vocalists who all contribute to make this such a special listen.

Eric Clayton, Heather Findlay, Mikael Akerfeldt and Magnus Ekwall are the most noticeable in their performances, while the rest of the vocalists provide wonderful textures to this musical landscape. If I could change anything regarding the vocalists, I would have a little less LaBrie and a little more Clayton and Lucassen.

The entire two-disc album ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
OpethMyspace.com - Deliverance 2002
7.8
Prog Black Metal
This is perhaps Opeth's heaviest album.  And while I much prefer Opeth's more mellow moments (such as those on the Damnation album), I do enjoy this album when in the right mood.  Akerfeldt's growls do wear on me after a while though, so this isn't an album that I'll probably ever listen to back-to-back.  "For Absent Friends" is a beautiful instrumental and gives the listener a pleasant intermission from the rest of the speedy Death Metal.
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Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Sola Scriptura 2007
9.0
Prog Rock
Overall, I think Sola Scriptura is an outstanding album. It has great music which is performed amazingly well by Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Paul Gilbert and Mr. Morse himself. It also has stunning cover art which provides a wonderful backdrop for the album’s concept. Fans of Spock’s Beard, Dream Theater, Transatlantic and Morse’s other albums will enjoy this release.

I have listened to this album over 40 times now. As much as I like it, I don’t think it’s quite up to the level of Neal’s last two albums (One and ?, which I both gave 5 stars without reservation). My main criticism with this new album is that it borrows too much from what Neal has already recorded. This has been pointed out in many of the previous reviews and is very obvious, in my opinion. There are sections which sound just like Snow, V, One and Testimony. Even though I like the music in all of these places, I have heard it before.

Even though I’ve never had a problem with Morse’s lyrics, I know there are those who do not appreciate the Christian message that is typically at the forefront of his music. This album actually has a fairly dark atmosphere and the words are more cryptic than what you will normally ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
WobblerMyspace.com - Hinterland 2005
8.6
Retro Prog Rock
Norwegians know how to play prog! This enjoyable album is upbeat and soothing with lots of nice twists and turns. Hinterland, though very weak in the vocal department, provides some wonderful new sounds in the classic progressive vein.

Serenade for 1652 Okay...this is a waste of time, in my opinion. Not only do I need to brush up on my history (to understand the significance of 1652), but perhaps I need to take a class in art appreciation to figure out what Wobbler is hoping to accomplish with this short prelude which in no way resembles any of the other music on the album nor creates any sort of atmosphere. So as the album begins, I must admit that I'm scratching my head at the inclusion of this number.

Hinterland Ah...now this is what I want to hear. The title track offers just about a bit of everything, with nice rhythm changes, wonderful flutes and horns, noticeable bass line and even some vocals (which don't sound too bad). This reminds me a bit of Anglagard and Camel, both of whom I like the sounds of ... -> show full review
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Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
Spock's BeardMyspace.com - Snow 2002
9.2
Prog Rock
This is one of my favorite albums and I sincerely believe it to be one of the very best prog albums.

I am a sucker for two-disc concept albums. And even though the Snow concept is a bit weak, I enjoy it nonetheless. It lacks the eerieness of The Lamb, but it does have a certain haunting aspect to it. Ultimately, it comes down to the music, which Spock's Beard delivers in heaping quantities and which given time, will soak right into your brain.

The initial overture gently grabs your hand and pulls you in to witness the birth of Snow and the world which ostracizes him because of his unique appearance. While some may complain of the opening songs ("Stranger in a Strange Land" and "Long Time Suffering") being more AOR than prog, there is no denying the emotionally charged lyrics and catchy hooks which are present in these songs. Neal Morse gives a passionate turn at lead vocals in this passage and presents the listener with the anguish that Snow lives with in his formative years.

New York is the setting (which does annoy me a bit as it seems too much like The Lamb) where Snow hopes to rise above the bigotry and bring hope to others who have been rejected by society. "Love Beyond Words" is a short ballad sandwhiched in between the hardest music that exists on the album. When I say "hard", I mean metal. "Welcome to NYC", "The 39th Street Blues" and "Devil's Got My Throat" are melodic, but hard and I'm not sure I've heard Neal Morse sing like this before. The effect is at first startling and then very gratifying, in my humble opinion.

The next portion is one of the best sections of the album with the songs "Open Wide the Flood Gates" and "Open the Gates Part 2". ... -> show full review
Review by Lofcaudio 11 years ago <Permalink>
RiversideMyspace.com - Out of Myself 2004
8.3
Prog Metal
This Polish Prog-Metal act really put a nice album together with Out of Myself. I first purchased Second Life Syndrome due to the high ratings that it was given on this site. I enjoyed that album immensely; and thus, went ahead and purchased their first complete album which I am now evaluating.

The Same River Great first song to the album. This is a much stronger opening track than what you will find on Second Life Syndrome ("After") as it incorporates all sorts of progressive elements over the course of its 12 minute length. While some may find it a bit dark and brooding, I find this to be a stunning song and the best on the whole album, in my opinion. It is mostly instrumental with vocals not beginning until a good five minutes into the song.

Out of Myself The title track picks up where The Same River left off by delivering another outstanding arrangement, while using more vocals for additional texture to the sound.

I Believe The third track is a strong ballad with a nice melody and lyrics. Even though I like this song, it is probably the weakest song on the whole album. Overall, Riverside does a very nice job with their ballads.

Reality Dream Riverside can do ballads and they can do instrumentals. In fact, their instrumental sections are usually my favorite parts of their music. Please don't get me wrong. I think Mariusz Duda has a great voice for progressive metal. It is soothing at times and can also be a bit violent. But this group really shines when given some time to just jam out and that is what it sounds like they do with this instrumental song. It is a precursor to not only additional "dreams" to come in the future, but also provides a very similar sound to what will be ... -> show full review
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Neal MorseMyspace.com - One 2004
 #1
9.9
Symphonic Prog Rock
Neal MorseMyspace.com - ? 2005
 #2
9.6
Symphonic Prog Rock
Neal MorseMyspace.com - Testimony 2 2011
 #3
9.3
Prog Rock
MarillionMyspace.com - Brave 1994
 #4
9.3
Neo Prog Rock
PhideauxMyspace.com - Doomsday Afternoon 2007
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9.2
Symphonic Prog Rock
Spock's BeardMyspace.com - Snow 2002
 #8
9.2
Prog Rock
Devin TownsendMyspace.com - Terria 2001
 #12
9.0
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BrideMyspace.com - Snakes in the Playground 1992
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9.0
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Neal MorseMyspace.com - Sola Scriptura 2007
 #15
9.0
Prog Rock
MastedonMyspace.com - Lofcaudio 1990
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9.0
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Gentle Giant - Octopus 1972
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9.0
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TransatlanticMyspace.com - The Whirlwind 2009
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8.9
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AyreonMyspace.com - Into the Electric Castle 1998
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Asia - XXX 2012
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RiversideMyspace.com - Shrine Of New Generation Slaves 2013
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Prog Metal
RiversideMyspace.com - Shrine Of New Generation Slaves 2013
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7.5
Prog Metal
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8.8
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John ElefanteMyspace.com - On My Way to the Sun 2013
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8.8
Prog-Related Rock
John ElefanteMyspace.com - On My Way to the Sun 2013
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8.8
Prog-Related Rock
PendragonMyspace.com - Pure 2008
 5 years ago
8.5
PendragonMyspace.com - Pure 2008
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8.5
IQMyspace.com - Frequency 2009
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7.8
Neo Prog Rock
IQMyspace.com - Dark Matter 2004
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8.4
Neo Prog Rock
IzzMyspace.com - Crush Of Night 2012
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EcholynMyspace.com - As the World 1995
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8.3
Prog Rock
Jethro Tull - A Passion Play 1973
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Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick 1972
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8.7
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Jethro Tull - Aqualung 1971
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