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Albums Revisited: Yes – “Tormato”

When it comes to Yes albums, fans of the band have issues with quite a few of them for various reasons. So with that in mind, it wasn’t easy picking which album to revisit. “Tales From Topographic Oceans” was somewhat … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Queensr├┐che – “Q2K”

It was hard to decide which Queensr├┐che album should get revisited because they have had quite a few that have been panned by critics and fans. I decided to go with “Q2K” because it represented the first “fork in the … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Dream Theater – “Falling Into Infinity”

“Falling Into Infinity” is a very unique Dream Theater album for many reasons. It is the only full length with Derek Sherinian on keyboards. It’s the only studio album that does not have the classic Dream Theater logo. It’s the … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: ELP – “Love Beach” ELP’s Much Maligned 70s Finale

This is the first of a new feature for this site where I will revisit an album by a legendary band that was not well received at the time it was released, either by fans or critics or both. Emerson, … Continue reading

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