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Rank ‘Em: Porcupine Tree studio albums

I haven’t done one of these columns in some time so I figured I should tackle one of prog’s more popular “modern” bands. As always, this is just going to be STUDIO albums. Also I am not including the demos … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Pink Floyd studio albums

I realized that I hadn’t written one of these columns in a while and Pink Floyd seems like a logical choice. It’s actually one of the harder ones to do since I really think they have been a model of … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: King Crimson studio albums

It’s been a while since my last “Rank ‘Em” column and I actually thought I already did King Crimson. Then after looking at the discography, I realized why I hadn’t done Crimson yet. Unlike most bands, Crimson really falls into … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Yes studio albums

Ranking the studio albums by Yes is something I’ve actually avoided til now. Yes are very dear to my heart and it’s hard to put their albums in an order that I would feel completely satisfied with. At least that’s … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: ELP studio albums

With the tragic death of Keith Emerson, we will never get another ELP album. But Keith leaves behind a legacy of great music which will be loved by generations to come. So I thought it would be fun to rank … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Enslaved (English speaking) Studio Albums

Enslaved have become one of my favorite prog metal bands. Yes their roots are very much in black metal and viking metal but as they have matured, their albums have gotten more and more progressive. I thought this would be … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Rush studio albums

It doesn’t get much harder than ranking Rush studio albums. There are so many and the band have had different sounds through the years. Still, Rush have always been about the “song” regardless of how long the song is. That’s … Continue reading

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