Category Archives: progressive rock

Non Newtonian Man – “Clouds”

I guess all the good band names are officially taken. Non Newtonian Man is certainly one of the worse ones that I’ve heard other than maybe Soul Enema. It’s interesting how a bad name can impact your desire to even … Continue reading

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When Prog Loses its Rock

I’ve been struggling more than usual lately when trying to get into a lot of the music that has been submitted for review to this site. I was beginning to think that either my taste is getting more and more … Continue reading

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Slug Comparison – “IIb”

Slug Comparison is the solo project from Doug Harrison of Fen (the Canadian prog band). “IIb” is the third release from this project with “IIa” also being an EP. This two track EP is a tribute to Doug’s late friend … Continue reading

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PFM – “Emotional Tattoos”

“Emotional Tattoos” is the 19th studio album for RPI legends Premiata Forneria Marconi. What makes this album different from the rest? “Emotional Tattoos” is a double album but the music is the same on each disc. No the second disc … Continue reading

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Bad Dreams – “Chrysalis”

Argentina’s Bad Dreams started out life as a bit of a Genesis tribute band. After 10 years of that, they moved into doing their own material. Their new album “Chrysalis” still owes plenty to classic Genesis: musically, vocally, and melodically. … Continue reading

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