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The Red Masque - Death of the Red Masque

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The Red Masque is a five-piece of guitars, bass, drums/percussion, keyboard+harp, and lead voice. Their promo package proclaims “...An intense and angular blend of avant rock...” and...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2001-12-01)

Tempus Fugit - Official Bootleg Feb.98

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This live album is listed as “The concert before the Rio ArtRock Festival ‘98” and is the original Tempus Fugit line-up. The bass player would leave shortly after this. Tempus...

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(Posted by Dane Carlson 2001-03-01)

Steve Hackett - Feedback 86

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It just doesn’t get much worse than "Prizefighters." I remember when GTR introduced this song during their only tour, I disliked it then and this version is worse. Take one guitar...

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(Posted by Dane Carlson 2001-03-01)

Curved Air - Live 1990

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Curved Air was always one of the most talented bands that was unable to realize the financial rewards for leading the crest of the 70s progressive wave. This was due in part to the massive hype by...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-03-01)

King Crimsom - A Beginners Guide to the King Crimson Collectors' Club

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One thing is certain: Robert Fripp and company have found a marketing outlet to appeal to the hard-core Crimson collector. Those of us left in the financial lurch now have a suitable access to the...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-03-01)

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2018-10-17
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2018-09-29
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2018-09-25
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Lands End - Terra Serranum – After a less-than-spectacular live performance before Progfest '95, I wasn't expecting much from this, the second CD by this Southern California based quartet. Overall, their sound now seems to occupy...  (1996) » Read more

Djabe - Djabe – One thing I enjoy about the current swell of musical activity in Hungary is the way it proves just how deep the well of quality really is. No single person could ever know all that there is to know...  (1999) » Read more

Xcross - Kadath - The Dream Quest – This ambitious concept album by Maryland duo Xcross is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath,” eleven purely instrumental tracks following a brief spoken...  (2008) » Read more

Mickey Simmonds - The Shape of Rain – Mickey Simmonds' debut as a solo artist presents a well-traveled craftsman in do-it-yourself mode. I'm not certain if this is due in part to his inability to supply material for a group...  (1997) » Read more

Marillion - This Strange Engine – Right from the beginning you will realize this is not the same Marillion we've heard on the previous two albums. "Man of a Thousand Faces" opens with a simple three-chord acoustic guitar...  (1997) » Read more



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