1. Post #321
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    alright you wanna fight LET'S DO DIS
    alright bring it you wank stain
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  2. Post #322
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    Needs more fragile....YES!!!



    Roundabout

    My personal favorite.

    Superb album, one their best early albums.

    I prefer to hear Close to the Edge or The Yes Album but that's sublime.
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  3. Post #323
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    Needs more fragile....YES!!!



    Roundabout

    My personal favorite.

    I'm quite partial to South Side of the Sky, myself.
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  4. Post #324
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    Fragile is great but personally I've been digging Tales from Topographic Oceans recently
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  5. Post #325
    Who wants to come to the aquarium later and watch me screw with the sharks?
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    In terms of their 70s stuff:

    Relayer
    The Yes Album
    Tales from Toby's Graphic Go-kart
    Fragile
    Drama
    Close to the Edge
    Going for the One
    Yes
    Time and a Word

    In that order. All are sublime, though, ignoring Tormato, only On The Silent Wings of Freedom was to my taste from Tormato.
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  6. Post #326
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    Listening to The gates of delirium with winamp pro visualizer on my desktop.

    Shit is so cash.
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  7. Post #327
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    Steve Hackett's solo career is fucking amazing.

    A Tower Struck Down is fucking awesome.
    My dad told Steve Hackett to piss off once. At a Steve Hackett gig.

    (This was many years ago, back in the days when you didn't know what your favourite musician looked like)
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  8. Post #328
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    Any modern upcoming prog rock bands?

    I don't mean prog metal because that's already accomplished itself, I'm talking about straight up prog.
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  9. Post #329
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    Any modern upcoming prog rock bands?

    I don't mean prog metal because that's already accomplished itself, I'm talking about straight up prog.
    Like "New Prog"? It's debatable whether it's "true prog", but a couple of modern bands considered progressive rock are Coheed & Cambria, The Mars Volta, Mew, even Radiohead and Muse, I think.
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  10. Post #330
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    Frost*
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  11. Post #331
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    Like "New Prog"? It's debatable whether it's "true prog", but a couple of modern bands considered progressive rock are Coheed & Cambria, The Mars Volta, Mew, even Radiohead and Muse, I think.
    Nevermind... may have found what I'm looking for
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  12. Post #332
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    Edited:

    ninja :argh:
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    Edited:

    ninja :argh:
    See, that's prog metal. Still great, but I've divulged into that genre.

    However "Neo-Prog" may be along the lines of what I'm looking for too
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  14. Post #334
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    It's not metal

    It's neo-prog
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  15. Post #335
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    Also the album PwnNoobsFtw gave me is awesome...

    Edited:

    :ninja:
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  16. Post #336
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    Try some Spock's Beard maybe?

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  17. Post #337
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    Try some Spock's Beard maybe?

    Good band.

    However, something like this

    Although 1992, not quite 2000s.. it is still "modern progressive rock". :smug:
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  18. Post #338
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    Also the album PwnNoobsFtw gave me is awesome...

    Edited:

    :ninja:
    :smug:
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  19. Post #339
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    Where did you find something like that? :psyduck:
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  20. Post #340
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    I don't actually remember

    You should also check out Satellite, The Black Noodle Project, Sylvan, Amplifier, and Quidam
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  21. Post #341
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    I don't actually remember

    You should also check out Satellite, The Black Noodle Project, Sylvan, Amplifier, and Quidam
    Heard of Sylvan and Quidam, someone recommended those to me.

    Any albums you'd recommend?
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  22. Post #342
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    (Self Titled)
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    (Self Titled)
    Awesome, will look into them.

    The Hypnos 69 album I'm listening to now is actually quite good
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  24. Post #344
    Who wants to come to the aquarium later and watch me screw with the sharks?
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    If you want a new project to look out for, Squackett. Steve Hackett and Chris Squire, so it HAS to be good.
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  25. Post #345
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    Requires some "prog listening" capability... but it's absolutely worth it.

    Only released last year too
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  26. Post #346
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    Weird that you should mention them, they just broke up :saddowns:

    Edited:

    Akayz, have you tried Aquarius by Haken? It's not prog rock in the strictest sense but it's the most 70s prog influenced album I've heard in a while. Failing that, check out White Willow
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  27. Post #347
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    Akayz, have you tried Aquarius by Haken? It's not prog rock in the strictest sense but it's the most 70s prog influenced album I've heard in a while. Failing that, check out White Willow
    Heard of that album.

    Forgot who recommended it to me, but will look into that. Cheers.

    Edited:

    Weird that you should mention them, they just broke up :saddowns:
    What Just now? :psyduck:
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  28. Post #348
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    Last week or something
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  29. Post #349
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    Is a damn shame.
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  30. Post #350
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    Dancing With The Moonlit Knight and 21st Century Schizoid Man.
    Two songs that torture me with their ability to play in my head all the time.
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  31. Post #351
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    ...wait a second, is the thread title a reference to Yes' Starship Trooper vv?
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  32. Post #352
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    That song is amazing, I need to get that album.

    And what the hell, John Wetton and Bill Bruford, why have I never heard of this band?
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  33. Post #353
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    And what the hell, John Wetton and Bill Bruford, why have I never heard of this band?
    I'm confused, why have I not heard of them either?

    :psyduck:

    Edited:

    Miles better than Asia.
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  34. Post #354
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    Thinking of getting into this kind of music. I think I listened to a Dream Theater album once, and some Dear Hunter. Tell me a good album to start off with though.
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  35. Post #355
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    I got both their albums on vinyl

    Edited:

    Surprised neither of you have heard of them
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  36. Post #356
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    Thinking of getting into this kind of music. I think I listened to a Dream Theater album once, and some Dear Hunter. Tell me a good album to start off with though.
    The Court Of The Crimson King by King Crimson
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  37. Post #357
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    I got both their albums on vinyl

    Edited:

    Surprised neither of you have heard of them
    Underdogs....

    I've heard Fripp's collabs with other people though. His albums with Brian Eno are awesome.
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  38. Post #358
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    The Court Of The Crimson King by King Crimson
    Hah, I even saw it coming. Heard good things from many many sources. I'll find it and listen to it.
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  39. Post #359
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    Hah, I even saw it coming. Heard good things from many many sources. I'll find it and listen to it.
    Well, its one of the greatest prog albums, so yeah, ofcourse it will be recommended
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  40. Post #360
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    Hah, I even saw it coming. Heard good things from many many sources. I'll find it and listen to it.
    Their Red album is probably easier to get into, but their debut must be heard :3:

    Try some Pink Floyd too.
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