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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
BeardfishListen - Mammoth 2011
9.0
Heavy Prog Hard Rock
A beautiful Mammoth!

Mammoth is the 6th album by Swedish band Beardfish. I have followed this band since their 2008 album "Sleeping in Traffic: Part II", and I have always liked them a great deal. But I think that with Mammoth Beardfish have reached a new high point - this is close to perfection, as far as I am concerned. Yes, the music is heavier than in previous albums - there is plenty of heavy guitar riffing here and the singing too has become edgier and more powerful (to the point of even including some growling on "And the Stone Said ..." courtesy of guest singer Jimmy Joensson). But this works incredibly well - some of the guitar riffs are simply mesmerizing (check out the guitar parts on the opener "The Platform", for example), and Rikard Sjoeblom proves that he can be a hell of a hard-rock singer if he wishes so. Moreover, albeit heavier, the music is still extremely melodic and tasteful, in traditional Beardfish ... -> show full review
Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Franck Carducci - Oddity 2011
7.9
Eclectic Prog Rock
Very impressive debut album, looking forward to the sequel!

"Oddity" is the debut album of multi-instrumentalist Franck Carducci. Franck is the lead voice on all songs of the album, and also plays all basses, acoustic and electric guitars and keys. The album features several guest musicians, most notably John Hackett, who contributes flute parts on the opening track, drummer and Phil Collins' disciple Phildas Bhakta, who also plays on the first track of the album, folk singer Yanne Matis who lends her beautiful voice to "The Eyes of Age" and to Genesis' cover "The Carpet Crawlers", and drummer Larry Crockett, who features on the bluesy "Alice's Eerie Dream".

"Oddity" contains 5 original songs and two bonus tracks, Genesis' "The Carpet Crawlers" and a radio edit of "Alice's Eerie Dream". The songs cover a variety of musical styles, from prog to blues rock to country and folk. Regardless of the particular style, all songs are skilfully executed and wonderfully composed ? they always keeps you interested and never drag. Surely, some of the music may sound somewhat derivative (Genesis and Pink Floyd are the most obvious classic influences to me, but also Spocks' Beard among the most recent prog outfits). However, and most importantly, all songs are great fun to listen to.

The opening "Achilles" and the closer "The Last Oddity" are probably the 'prog highlights' of the album. "Achilles" is a symphonic suite in six parts inspired by Omer's Iliad. The parts flow seamlessly one into another, and contains some great vocal melodies (Franck's voice is outstanding throughout the album) and excellent instrumental interludes (John Hackett's flute parts are particularly nice). "The Last Oddity" is a darker ... -> show full review
Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Leap DayListen - Skylge's Lair 2011
6.0
Prog Rock
Not a bad effort, but somewhat lacking originality and diversity.

The 8 songs on Skylge's Lair, the second album by Dutch band Leap Day, have all a definitely melodic neoprog flavour, with a predilection for accessibility and melodiousness over complexity and technicalities.

Featuring two keyboard players in the ensemble, keys and synths play an obviously important role in laying down the texture of the songs and in defining the overall sound of the album. Unfortunately, the type of sound that is often chosen by the keyboardists is not entirely to my taste and it sounds slightly outdated. Guitarist Eddie Mulder also features prominently on the album and does a very fine job, especially in the soulful solos and guitar breaks that abound in all songs. There are also several exchanges between guitar and keyboards, with the latter used to repeat melodic lines first proposed by the guitar, and vice versa. However, ... -> show full review
Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
The D Project - Big Face 2011
6.0
Eclectic Prog Rock
The difficult trade-off between diversity and cohesion.

The D Project is the brainchild of Stephane Desbiens, Canadian singer, guitarist and keyboard player. The music on Big Face can perhaps be described as dark symphonic prog rock (King Crimson, Pink Floyd) entwined with some 'deviant' prog metal elements - in the spirit of Devon Graves' Deadsoul Tribe where the rhythm distorted guitars are kept low in the mix and the bass and voice take a leading role.

The highlights of the album are definitely its gloomy atmospheres (check out the first couple of minutes of the opener They to see what I mean) and Desbiens' amazing guitar solos - it doesn't get much better than when excellent technical skills are combined with expressive guitar playing.

On the negative side, I feel that the album somehow lacks cohesion - the listener is taken through a mixture of styles (pop/punk, AOR, some mainstream rock as well as more proggy parts) that don't always stick well together. It is almost as Desbiens decided to throw in the mix as many influences as he could to make the songs interesting and original. This approach can be as unsuccessful as it can be rewarding. Unfortunately, in this case it just does not work. The impression that Big ... -> show full review
Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
LazuliListen - 4603 Battements 2011
8.4
Eclectic Prog Rock
Dark, melodic, modern and original - great music from France

(4603 BATTEMENTS) is the 5th album from excellent French outfit Lazuli. The band is currently
composed of Dominique Leonetti (vocals, guitar), Claude Leonetti (léode - an instrument designed by Leonetti himself and described on the band's website as an "improbable mix of a guitar, a synthesizer and a melodic saw"), Gederic Byar (guitar) and new members Romain Thorel (keyboards) and Vincent Barnavol (drums).

The album contains a convincing mix of acoustic and electric rock, with a decided predilection for
melody and atmosphere over complexity and technicism. The clever combination of samples and synths with a more traditional use of acoustic guitars and orchestration makes the music sound fresh and modern while remaining within the boundaries of melodic rock tradition. Claude's use of the léode greatly contributes to create a unique sound for the band, which makes Lazuli stand out relative to other outfits proposing a similar blend of eclectic prog rock (indeed it was an airplay of the song "Je Te Laisse Ce ... -> show full review
Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
YosoListen - Elements 2010
6.5
Prog-Related Album Oriented Rock/Pop
Former Yes members Tony Kaye (keyboards) and Billy Sherwood (bass & vocals) team-up with Toto vocalist Bobby Kimball to give life to this new super-group. Yoso debut album, Elements, released in July 2010, consists of two discs: the first one contains original songs recorded in studio, while the second one gathers a number of live recordings and is a mix of Yoso original compositions and Toto & Yes hits.

Focusing on Disc One, the music on ‘Elements’ is a very much Toto-inspired blend of melodic rock and AOR (the early-Yes influences are tiny). All songs are of good quality (and one wouldn’t expect otherwise from such a trio of musicians), and some contain excellent melodies that do stick in your head (e.g., the opener Yoso , the ballad To Seek the Truth , or the more energetic Close the Curtain ). Despite this, the overall impression from listening to this album is that this is a rather uninspired and mediocre project. Most of the songs fall flat and do not convey many emotions. In particular, Kimball’s voice is powerful throughout the album, but it gets boring and inexpressive after a while.

Overall, this is a decent album, but it lacks the spark and enthusiasm to be truly rewarding. And, given the names involved, this is somewhat disappointing.
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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Vanden PlasListen - The Seraphic Clockwork 2010
7.0
Prog Metal
Solid sixth effort from Vanden Plas, gifted progressive-metal band from Germany. The Seraphic Clockwork is a concept album based on a science fiction story written by singer Andy Kuntz about a man travelling back in time from 16th century Rome to 33AD Jerusalem to face his ineluctable fate.

All songs are a well-balanced mix of power, melody and technical prowess. The execution is spotless, and the production is professional and powerful. Stephan Lill’s sharp guitars provide strong riffs throughout the album and are the absolute protagonist in shaping the structure of the songs. Keyboardist Günter Werno also deserves a special mention: his synth and keyboard textures work as an indispensable contrast to the heavier guitar sections and help keep the songs fresh and engaging (check out his excellent work on the ballad ‘ Quicksilver ’ or in the heavier and darker ‘ Rush of Silence ’). Andy Kuntz is a gifted and technical vocalist and ‘The Seraphic Clockwork’ is in fact a very vocal-centered album which lives its best moments when the vocal melodies really shine, like in the powerful ‘ Holes in the Sky ’ or in the variegated and more complex ‘ On My Way to Jersulam ’. Similarly, when the vocal melodies are less inspired (like in the rather ordinary ‘ Sound of Blood ’) the songs fall flat and remain forgettable.

The biggest limit of the material is – in my opinion - its lack of originality, as all riffs and melodies share similarities with those proposed by other successful prog-metal acts such as Evergrey, Dream Theatre, Seventh Wonder or Shadow Gallery.But, all in all, this is a strong effort and an excellent exercise in (heavy) progressive-metal music, and if you are a fan of any of the bands mentioned above you’ll certainly enjoy this as well.
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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Panic Room - Satellite 2010
6.5
Neo Prog Rock
Light Prog Rock/Pop from Wales: great production and excellent musicianship throughout the album, but most of the songs on the album remain rather forgettable.

There is one great song, though: Dark Star – it kicks off with a great organ work soon reinforced by some great guitar riffs. Anne Marie Helder’s vocals are also spot-on on this one: a perfect balance between power and melody. The delicate Muse , a heartfelt ballad for piano and vocals, also deserves a special mention. There are also a couple of bad songs, to tell the truth. I can barely listen to the cheesy and flat I Am a Cat and Sunshine .
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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Lunatic SoulListen - Lunatic Soul II 2010
7.8
Minimalistic Prog Post Rock/Metal
Lunatic Soul is the brainchild of Mariusz Duda, lead singer and bass player of progressive band Riverside. II is the second and last chapter of their intimate musical journey through the afterlife begun back in 2008 with the self-titled debut album. And don’t be misled by the harmonious whiteness of the album sleeve: the tone remains as dark, melancholic and forlorn as in the 2008 ‘black’ album.

Highly reminiscent of the innermost moments of Opeth, Antimatter and, of course, Riverside, Lunatic Soul’s second effort is a fascinating piece of work. However, I have two major problems with this album, which prevent me from rating it higher than this. First, it is a slightly uneven and intermittent album: it offers 4-5 great musical moments discontinued by an equal number of rather uninspired passages. Secondly, the fascinating ideas it proposes are developed too slowly and through excessive repetition. The duo “ Limbo – Escape from ParadIce ” is a good example of what I dislike about this album: put in the middle of the album, these two songs drag for about 6 minutes altogether (which is about 15% of the album) without offering any truly remarkable moment.

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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Seven the HardwayListen - Seven The Hardway 2010
5.3
Heavy Non-Prog Metal
Debut album for the new super-group Seven the Hard Line, starring Tony MacAlpine on guitars, bass and keyboards, Virgil Donati on drums, and singer Mark Boals.

There are only two good things about this album: 1) the odd and exciting guitar riffs of “Solitary Man”, and 2) a bunch of largely unoriginal but fairly effective hard-metal songs embellished by skillful guitar solos: the ballad "Where I'm Going" (aka "Something More" - check the great acoustic guitar solo by MacAlpine towards the end), the heavier "Good and Evil", and, a step below, the opening track “Liar”.

Everything else is bad. In two different ways. Bad as in “All I Had” or “The Wall” – more of the same, dated hard-metal brew, but flatter and duller (“The Wall” is simply terrible: totally uninspired). And bad as in “Guilt”, where the trio tries some sort of nu-metal/hard-rock blend, with dreadful results.

On average, “Seven the Hard Line” is a weak and uneven debut, with a few lights and a lot of shadows. Are the positives enough to recommend the album? Probably not.
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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
Sky ArchitectListen - Excavations of the Mind 2010
8.0
Symphonic Prog Rock
"Excavations of the mind" is the excellent debut album of Sky Architect - a collection of 8 fresh, quirky, fairly original prog rock pieces that will capture and hold your interest for the whole 51 minutes of the album. The young Dutch quintet is very talented (guitarist Wabe Wieringa and keyboardist/pianist Rik Van Honk deserve a special mention), and – which matters most - very capable of putting their talent at the service of creating beautiful melodies and supporting them with complex but tasteful arrangements.

The highlights are on the opening four-part epic " Deep Chasm " – where Sky Architect are at their best both in terms of technical skills and ideas. Charter and Changeling (Part I and Part III respectively) work well as intros to the lengthier Chime (Part II) and Chasm (Part IV). I find Part II - Chime particularly beautiful and rich of intriguing melodies and well-orchestrated dynamics. The remaining four songs are, in my opinion, a step below. The title track is built around an interesting contrast between acoustic parts and electric blasts. " Russian Wisdom " has a quirky, folkish charm. " Gyrocopter " is a semi-instrumental outro – a ... -> show full review
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Review by lukretio 8 years ago <Permalink>
James LaBrie - Static Impulse 2010
6.8
Prog-Related Metal
Static Impulse is a collection of 12 powerful melodic metal songs - made more interesting by a very strong vocal delivery from LaBrie and by the unexpected melodic-death-metal / metalcore influences courtesy of drummer Peter Wildoer of Darkane.

The product works well, and is genuinely surprising at first - especially given that is LaBrie we’re talking about: 20 seconds into “One More Time” and you actually think you are playing the new In Flames! The musicians are obviously skilled (LaBrie vocals are excellent throughout the album) and the production is very good as well. The melodies in the choruses are strong and will stick in your head, the verses are slightly less interesting but good stuff nonetheless. Having said that – the pitfall of Static Impulse is the lack of originality in the songwriting (seriously, this is all stuff we’ve heard already somewherelse - and at times this sounds really too much like In Flames with better clean vocals). Also, there is too much of the same thing here. Note: I am not complaining that Static Impulse is not “progressive” enough – in fact after a lifetime in prog metal it is actually a good thing that LaBrie shows that he can do other stuff. The fact is that if you pick any of the 12 songs on the album chances are that it will sound exactly the same as the song before it and exactly the same as the song after it (same structure, same pace, same sound, same mood).

Don't get me wrong: this is a very solid piece of work, and there’s not a single song on the album that I dislike. At the same time, I also struggle to find songs that stand out or are truly impressive. This is good stuff, you’ll enjoy playing this – but I bet it won’t last in your playlist for more than one month.
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Comment by lukretio 8 years ago
KamelotListen - Poetry For the Poisoned 2010
7.5
Symphonic Prog Power Metal
Good album, great vocals - recommended if you like Seventh Wonder and Evergrey (In Search of Truth period). Featuring Jon Oliva on "The Zodiac" ...
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Review by lukretio 9 years ago <Permalink>
Gracious - Gracious! 1970
8.0
Eclectic Prog Rock
The debut album by Gracious contains about 45mins of incredibly creative and eclectic music with fairly complex textures and with melodies that are always enjoyable. The spotlights here are on Martin Kitcat’s keyboards (he mostly uses piano, e-piano and harpsichord here, but there is also a fair amount of organ and mellotron on the album) and on Alan Cowderoy’s guitars (really spot-on all through). And, of course, on Paul 'Sandy' Davis’s creative singing, at parts extremely melodic, at parts theatrical and recitative. But the really distinctive feature of Gracious’ debut album is the amazing amount of styles and influences that the band manages to blend together to a great effect: sinister Crimsonian guitar and piano riffing, Beatlesque vocal harmonies, classical and symphonic influences, barroom boogies, bluesy guitar and piano solos, jazzy drumming, weird recitative parts, and much much more. All these influences are graciously blended together on the album, and the result rarely feels forced or out of place.

It’s hard to say which song is the highlight on this album: all 5 pieces are really good and equally enjoyable. Introduction is the most structured and possibly less eccentric song: it contains nice vocal melodies, a beautiful harpsichord bridge, a slightly dated but effective chorus, and a very powerful guitar solo about 2mins 40s into the song. Heaven kicks off slowly with bass, guitar, mellotron and piano gradually layered over a solemn organ carpet. The song then continues with a peaceful and mellow section with acoustic guitars and piano before the signing comes in for a fragment that somewhat reminds me of the melodies on ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’, before a symphonic ... -> show full review
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Review by lukretio 9 years ago <Permalink>
Titus Groan - Titus Groan & ... plus (1989) 1970
6.5
English/British Psychedelic Prog Rock
Titus Groan is not a masterpiece (as sometimes advertised) but is not a bad album either. It has decent melodies, good dynamics and well arranged songs performed by skilful musicians. And it has loads of woodwind parts, which are actually the most distinctive and interesting aspect of the album. Tony Priestland’s flute, saxophone and oboe feature prominently on all five songs on the album, and to great effect. In fact, his skilled use of the woodwinds is the most ‘progressive’ aspect of Titus Groan’s music – which would otherwise be better described as a sort of ‘psychedelic hard rock’ .

While the 11+ minutes long mostly instrumental “Hall Of Bright Carvings” might look like an obvious candidate for best song of the album, in my opinion Titus Groan’s best moments are the first two pieces on side B: the dynamic “ I can’t change ” and the mellower “ It’s all up with us ”. Stuart Cowell’s rough but emotional singing is ... -> show full review
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Review by lukretio 9 years ago <Permalink>
Fantasy - Beyond the Beyond plus... 1974
7.4
Symphonic Prog Rock
Fantasy’s second effort, Beyond the Beyond, was registered in 1974 but didn’t see the light at the time and was only released in the early 90s. This is really unfortunate as this album is such a decisive improvement over their debut album "Paint a Picture" that could have represented a real turning point for the band.

Most of the songs included in Beyond the Beyond are of very high quality, and really show Fantasy at their best: solid rhythm section, beautiful vocal melodies and excellent keyboards and guitar arrangements, with David Metcalfe’s mellotron and Hammond shining all through and Peter James’ guitar being much more convincing than on the debut album. Beyond the Beyond also scores higher in originality and ‘progressiveness’ than its predecessor.

The highlight of the album is the 9+mins Alanderie , a beautiful blend of outstanding organ and mellotron work, great vocals parts (at times dark and aggressive, at times more melodic), excellent rhythm section with some great electric guitar work (almost pre-metal in the second half of the song), all embellished by eastern and psychedelic influences.

Also worth of mention are the title track Beyond the Beyond (a tasteful rocker with some excellent keyboards work), the acoustic Reality (beautiful melodic song dominated by 12 strings acoustic guitar and voice), Afterthought (Peter James’ guitar shines here, with a convincing guitar solo at about 3mins, and also great Hammond arrangements) and the Wyattian Church Clock . The other songs are less original and turn out to be somewhat less convincing, although still enjoyable (especially Winter Rose ).

Overall, a really good album with great prog songs. Not to be missed.
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Review by lukretio 9 years ago <Permalink>
Fantasy - Paint A Picture 1973
6.5
Prog Rock
Fantasy’s Paint a Picture is an album you will enjoy at first listening. 45mins of very song-oriented melodic prog rock with decent keyboard arrangements (mostly hammond), decent guitar work, good texture and very good vocals. The main problem with this album is that it won’t grow on you beyond that, no matter how many times you’ll listen to it. Partly this is because of Fantasy’s plain songwriting which if on the one hand creates very listenable songs, on the other hand it takes away depth from their music. Partly, this is because of the general lack of originality in Fantasy’s music especially considering this is a 1973 album (CRESSIDA sounding like the most obvious influence to me).

Nevertheless, this is still a good album, and I very much enjoy listening to songs such as Paint a picture (melancholically driven by nice vocal harmonies over a texture of acoustic guitar and Hammond), Circus (beautifully played all through, with well crafted dynamics, a decent guitar solo about 2mins into the song and great vocals), Politely Insane (Fantasy almost turning hard prog with this little uptempo gem), or The Widow (short sad song with acoustic guitar, cello and piano forming a nice background for the vocals harmonies). The second half of the album is much more ordinary and forgettable than the first half, and at parts it gets quite boring (e.g., Thank Christ , Gnome Song ).

Overall this is a very decent effort which has its good moments and is definitely worth a listen.
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Review by lukretio 9 years ago <Permalink>
Druid - Fluid Druid 1976
5.8
English/British Symphonic Prog Rock/Pop
Definitely not as good as its predecessor, Fluid Druid contains about 40mins of average prog pop-rock. Dane’s singing, which in my opinion was one of the highlights of the debut album, becomes more aggressive and unnatural at places (e.g. Crusade). The production is also rather disappointing.

Highlights of the LP are:
- Painters Clouds (after the somewhat dragged intro, Dane’s romantic voice brings the song to life and a nice guitar solo ends it gracefully),
- Nothing but Morning (introduced by a gentle piano and Dane’s falsetto it develops in an energetic piece of music enriched with vocal choruses and concluded again by Dane’s graceful voice accompanied by piano)
- Left to Find (the best song of the album. It’s similar to Painters Clouds in structure, but better: a calm instrumental intro based on a nice piano arpeggio leads to Dane’s singing accompanied by piano)

Some of the others songs are average (the boring opener Razor Truth , the reggaeish Barnaby and Kestrel ), others are just disappointing (the instrumental FM 145 , the irritating Crusade ).

Overall, a disappointing second effort after the nice debut album.
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AnathemaListen - A Fine Day to Exit 2001
 #1
9.8
Prog Post Rock
YesListen - Tales From Topographic Oceans 1974
 #2
9.7
Experimental Prog Rock
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tarkus 1971
 #3
9.4
Symphonic Neo Classical Prog Rock
Porcupine TreeListen - The Incident 2009
 #4
9.3
Prog Rock/Metal
YesListen - Close to the Edge 1972
 #5
9.2
Symphonic Prog Rock
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition 1972
 #6
9.0
Symphonic Prog Classical/Rock
BeardfishListen - Mammoth 2011
 #7
9.0
Heavy Prog Hard Rock
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 #8
8.9
Symphonic Prog Rock
Porcupine TreeListen - Lightbulb Sun 2000
 #9
8.9
Prog Rock
The Strawbs - Hero & Heroine 1974
 #11
8.8
English/British Prog Rock
AntimatterListen - Leaving Eden 2007
 #12
8.8
Prog-Related Metal/Rock
YesListen - Fragile 1972
 #14
8.8
Prog
Seventh WonderListen - The Great Escape 2010
 #15
8.7
Symphonic Prog Metal
Porcupine TreeListen - In Absentia 2002
 #16
8.6
Prog Rock
NevermoreListen - Dreaming Neon Black 1999
 #17
8.6
Heavy Prog-Related Thrash Metal
Pink FloydListen - The Piper At The Gates of Dawn 1967
 #18
8.5
English/British Psychedelic Experimental Prog Rock
Seventh WonderListen - Waiting in the Wings 2006
 #19
8.5
Symphonic Technical Prog Metal
The Flower KingsListen - The Rainmaker 2001
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8.5
Symphonic Prog Rock
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The Moody Blues - In Search of the Lost Chord 1968
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7.7
English/British Psychedelic Prog Rock/Pop
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed 1967
 8 years ago
8.4
English/British Symphonic Neo Classical Prog Rock
ArgosListen - Circles 2010
 8 years ago
Retro Prog Rock
Seventh WonderListen - The Great Escape 2010
 8 years ago
8.7
Symphonic Prog Metal
Seventh WonderListen - The Great Escape 2010
 8 years ago
8.7
Symphonic Prog Metal
Seventh WonderListen - The Great Escape 2010
 8 years ago
8.7
Symphonic Prog Metal
Pure Reason RevolutionListen - Hammer & Anvil 2010
 8 years ago
6.8
Prog-Related Rock/Electronic
UnitopiaListen - Artificial 2010
 8 years ago
7.4
Symphonic Prog Rock
UnitopiaListen - Artificial 2010
 8 years ago
7.4
Symphonic Prog Rock
UnitopiaListen - Artificial 2010
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7.4
Symphonic Prog Rock
UnitopiaListen - Artificial 2010
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7.4
Symphonic Prog Rock
Unruly ChildListen - Worlds Collide 2010
 8 years ago
7.4
Non-Prog Hard Rock
Strangeways - Perfect World 2010
 8 years ago
5.8
Non-Prog Album Oriented Rock
Star OneListen - Victims of the Modern Age 2010
 8 years ago
7.9
Heavy Prog Metal
Blind GuardianListen - At the Edge of Time 2010
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Symphonic Power Metal
Il Tempio delle ClessidreListen - Il Tempio delle Clessidre 2010
 8 years ago
7.5
Italian Prog Rock
Star OneListen - Victims of the Modern Age 2010
 8 years ago
7.9
Heavy Prog Metal
Il Bacio Della Medusa - Discesa agl'inferi d'un giovane amante 2008
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8.8
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