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Old 15th November 2011, 11:37 PM   #71
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Aphrodities Child 666 great album. The last track "Break" surely inspired Pink Floyd:
Aphrodite's Child - Break (video) - YouTube

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Deutsche-Ele...1403456&sr=8-1
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Old 16th November 2011, 01:51 AM   #72
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I love losing myself in music, I get lost in prog rock quickly. With only my eyes closed and music playing, my perception of time and spacial cognition is skewed until I'm turning end on end, inside out and I can't pinpoint my limbs location or size relative to the image of myself I've grown accustomed to. Sometimes the sensation overload makes me cry. This is my favorite time.

Some easy ways to get there:
Pink Floyd - The Wall, Meddle
Tool - Salival, Lateralus
Led Zeppelin - III
Kyuss - Blues For The Red Sun
Radiohead - OK Computer

I also like some more esoteric music in this genre but, for me, those are sure fire. Sometimes, some music I love one day, I find grating the next. Not these. Cover to cover, any time, any day... in this genre anyway.

The more I listen to music the more the boundaries between the genres blend for me. I can listen to classical pieces and translate them into metal and back, blues, country, bluegrass, jazz... whatever. Good music should and does escape boundaries. To me Tool is "just" Tool. But, I find myself classifying music daily in conversation. shrug.

Megadeth - Rust in Peace is awesome!
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Old 22nd November 2011, 10:01 PM   #73
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Default Anthriel

The new Anthriel is excellent.
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http://www.amazon.com/Pathway-Anthri...2001872&sr=1-1
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The new SubSignal cd has some great vocal harmonies, great songs. Easy to listen to for your friends who are prog-metal "beginners".
Amazon.com: Beautiful & Monstrous: SUBSIGNAL: Music
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Other current favorites include:
Darkwater
Amazon.com: Calling The Earth to Witness: Darkwater: Music
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Suspyre
Amazon.com: When Time Fades: Suspyre: Music
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Astra
Amazon.com: From Within: Astra: Music
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Circus Maximus
Amazon.com: Isolate: Circus Maximus: Music
Aspera
Amazon.com: Ripples: Aspera: Music
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Shadow Gallery
Amazon.com: Digital Ghosts: Shadow Gallery: Music
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Silent Memorial
Amazon.com: Retrospective: Silent Memorial: Music
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Status Minor
http://www.amazon.com/Dialog-Status-...1184839&sr=1-1
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Seventh Wonder
Amazon.com: Mercy Falls: Seventh Wonder: Music
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Dream Theater
Amazon.com: Black Clouds & Silver Linings (3 CD Special Edition):…
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Dreamscape
Amazon.com: End of Silence: Dreamscape: Music
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James LaBrie
Amazon.com: Elements of Persuasion: James Labrie: Music
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Mind's Eye
Amazon.com: A Gentleman's Hurricane: Mind's Eye: Music
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Pagan's Mind
Amazon.com: Enigmatic: Calling: Pagan's Mind: Music
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Symphony X
http://www.amazon.com/V-Mythology-Su...1186386&sr=1-1
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Rush
Amazon.com: Power Windows: Rush: Music
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Other favorites also include:
Flaw
Amazon.com: Endangered Species: Flaw: Music
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Catherine Wheel
http://www.amazon.com/Happy-Days-Cat...1186853&sr=1-7
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Megadeth
Amazon.com: Countdown to Extinction: Megadeth: Music
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Extreme
Amazon.com: Waiting for the Punchline: Extreme: Music
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Fuel
Amazon.com: Something Like Human: Fuel: Music
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Tool
Amazon.com: Lateralus: Tool: Music
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Taproot
Amazon.com: Blue Sky Research (Mcup): Taproot: Music
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From Zero
Amazon.com: One Nation Under: From Zero: Music
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Sevendust
Amazon.com: Home: Sevendust: Music
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Queensryche
Amazon.com: Operation: Mindcrime: Queensryche: Music
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Metallica
Amazon.com: Metallica: Metallica: Music
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Stone Sour
Amazon.com: Come Whatever May: Stone Sour: Music
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Alter Bridge
Amazon.com: Alter Bridge Blackbird Cd+dvd ( Exclusive Edition ): alter bridge: Music
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Diffuser
Amazon.com: Injury Loves Melody: Diffuser: Music
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Verve Pipe
Amazon.com: Pop Smear: Verve Pipe: Music
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Kim Mitchell
Amazon.com: Universal Juveniles: Max Webster featuring Kim Mitchell: Music
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Ian Anderson
Amazon.com: Secret Language of Birds: Ian Anderson: Music
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Kings X
Amazon.com: King's X: King's X: Music
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Freak Kitchen
http://www.amazon.com/Land-Freaks-Fr...1188998&sr=1-1
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Jethro Tull (You've got to be kidding me! This cd doesn't come up until the third Tull page on Amazon? Nobody likes this album?)
Amazon.com: Roots to Branches: Jethro Tull: Music
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Jane's Addiction
Amazon.com: Strays: Jane's Addiction: Music
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Incubus
Amazon.com: Make Yourself: Incubus: Music
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Hoobastank
Amazon.com: Hoobastank: Hoobastank: Music
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Mudvayne
Amazon.com: Mudvayne: Live Dosage 50 - Live in Peoria: Mudvayne, Phil Tuckett…
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VanHalen
Amazon.com: Fair Warning: Van Halen: Music
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Gravity Kills
Amazon.com: Gravity Kills: Gravity Kills: Music
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God Lives Underwater
Amazon.com: Empty: God Lives Underwater: Music
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Soundgarden
Amazon.com: Badmotorfinger: Soundgarden: Music
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Alice In Chains
Amazon.com: Dirt: Alice in Chains: Music
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Stretch Princess
Amazon.com: Stretch Princess: Stretch Princess: Music
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Heart
Amazon.com: Dog & Butterfly [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] [EXTRA TRACKS]: Heart: Music
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Tonic
Amazon.com: Lemon Parade: Tonic: Music
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Veruca Salt
Amazon.com: Eight Arms to Hold You: Veruca Salt: Music
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Aerosmith
Amazon.com: Toys in the Attic: Aerosmith: Music
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K's Choice
Amazon.com: Paradise in Me: K's Choice: Music
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Naked
Amazon.com: Naked: Naked: Music
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Drain STH
Amazon.com: Horror Wrestling: Drain Sth: Music
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Temple Of The Dog
Amazon.com: Temple of the Dog: Temple of the Dog: Music
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Living Color
Amazon.com: Time's Up: Living Colour: Music
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Judas Priest
Amazon.com: Free for All: Ted Nugent: Music
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Steely Dan
http://www.amazon.com/Definitive-Col...1195258&sr=1-1
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Old 3rd December 2011, 01:54 PM   #74
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Atlas Sound - Angel is Broken - YouTube From album Parallax (2011)
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Old 3rd December 2011, 02:13 PM   #75
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Atlas Sound - Angel is Broken - YouTube From album Parallax (2011)
Sounds like 60's folk music.
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Old 3rd December 2011, 02:36 PM   #76
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For me it sounds like mixture from past 70` psychedelic rock music ,mixed plus early pop music from 60`, it is nice music anyway , just good for relaxing after my intense listening of album Night Walk of band Hidden Orchestra . Hidden Orchestra - Wandering [Live] - YouTube

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Old 29th December 2011, 11:03 PM   #77
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you cannot listen to it all, sometimes I thought that I heard it all and later on I find out that I missed out on real good stuff when it came out.
I'm more in songs and less in bands. Most bands or groups make good music pieces or songs but also not so good stuff.
Then there is short lasting stuff and there are the epics that almost are good forever, allthough to much repetition kills it all I find.
to pick 1... I like Jethro Tull the most I think (not even sure) because I like almost all their songs and grew up with them in my later teen years and still not bored with them
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Old 9th October 2012, 10:12 PM   #78
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Karnivool, Sound Awake.
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Amazon.com: Sound Awake: Karnivool: Music
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Old 10th October 2012, 01:38 AM   #79
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sendler, you might like "Tool"
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Old 12th October 2012, 02:38 PM   #80
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Jonathan Wilson - Desert Raven (Crossing Border Festival, Nov 19 2011) - YouTube
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