Sad to see them disband.
Sad to see them disband.
Listen to the tales and romanticise
How we followed the path of the heroes
Boast about the day when the rivers over-run
How we rise to the height of our halo
Listen to the tales as we all rationalise
Our way into the arms of the saviour
Feigning all the trials and the tribulations
None of us have actually been there
Not like you.
Progressive rock is probably my favorite thing to play before I fall asleep.
Shake your fist at the gates saying
"I've come home now!
Fetch me the spirit the son and the father
Tell them their pillar of faith has ascended.
It's time now, my time now. Give me my, give me my wings."
I realise I skipped alot but I also went to the most awesome part of the song
Wishbone Ash, anyone?
Holy FUCK. Usually the only progressive band I really listen to was Rush. Just listened to King Crimson and almost shit my fucking pants. Court of the Crimson King is so goddamn epic and amazing.
In my opinion KC album covers go something like this
1. In the Court of the Crimson King (If you thing of KC this album cover will always come to your mind)
2. Larks' tongues in Aspic
7. Starless and Bible Black
9. Everything else
10. In the Wake of Poseidon
You didn't like the In The Wake of Poseidon cover?
Why? I thought it was interesting
No way is Islands' cover better than Discipline too :colbert:
Power to Believe and Thrak have better covers than Beat and Starless
In The Wake Of Poseidon had a cool album cover in my opinion.
Order of best album covers for me
Listening to The ConstruKction of Light now, and holy crap it's amazing!
The lyrics are quite shit though, but if you're anything like me you don't care.
Well "Lyrics are shit" doesn't tell me much.
The Power To Believe is good.
It's a very good album, just because it is different doesn't make it bad.
Listened to this today.
oh dang, it was produced by Nick Mason :woop:
If people didn't know already. New Yes album is to be released in July this year
Picked up "In The Land Of Grey And Pink" by Caravan today. About as pansy as it gets in terms of prog, but it's still good.
Steven Wilson talks about doing a 5.1 surround remix of a classic prog album this year. And given how much they influenced his work, I'm going to guess it will be a Pink Floyd album. And I'm also gonna guess it will be a 40th anniversary re-issue. And which floyd album was released in 1971?
He also says they've finished mixing Opeth's new album.
In short: YAAAAAAAAAAAAY
meddle is my favourite pink floyd album
I like this. Do you?
Nice and powerful chorus.
I'm not very sure if this has been asked yet but are there any new prog bands that are notable?
Porcupine Tree but I dunno if you would call them pure prog.
Either way Deadwing and In Absentia are both fucking sexy albums.
Any prog bands that use sitar, hit me up with some albums
Anyone here heard of Enochian Theory? I just found out about them and they're great. Sort of like Porcupine Tree, but with a more epic, orchestral feel.
Just found this CD.
Apparantly it was a covermount in the Daily Mail and I forgot about it, anyone heard it?