Psych Rock, Prog Rock, Stoner Rock, Art Rock etc.

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Psych Rock, Prog Rock, Stoner Rock, Art Rock etc.

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where the hairs long and the songs longer Image

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skalpel wrote:



<diva> good tune

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Postby skalpel » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:14 pm

Surprisingly few great modern prog acts but Anekdoten are still going strong after 20 years <diva>

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will look into them more when comp is back had a phone call today will be another week waiting for parts <wah>

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<ok>
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love this song (ffs)

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Re: Prog Rock

Postby skalpel » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:16 pm

You'veBeenTiote'd wrote:Focus

<ok>


Classic <ok>. Akkerman is one of the most underrated guitarists really, too often forgotten.

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Re: Prog Rock

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The Secret Ingredient wrote:Gong


Gong are an acquired taste. Luckily I've acquired it <diva>.

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Re: Prog Rock

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skalpel wrote:
The Secret Ingredient wrote:Gong


Gong are an acquired taste. Luckily I've acquired it <diva>.


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good choice You'veBeenTiote'd

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Postby skalpel » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:36 pm

Considering how much great progressive rock there is, it's such a big shame that the genre has been tarnished forever by awful bands that perform 20 minute long synthesizer solos, wear medieval clothing and prance around like a bunch of tosspots.

So many people have the preconception that it's longwinded, boring and for 60 year old dorks. Shame <scratch>.

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Postby Tsi » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:40 pm

skalpel wrote:Considering how much great progressive rock there is, it's such a big shame that the genre has been tarnished forever by awful bands that perform 20 minute long synthesizer solos, wear medieval clothing and prance around like a bunch of tosspots.

So many people have the preconception that it's longwinded, boring and for 60 year old dorks. Shame <scratch>.



eaxactly and that is a sad thing i blame rick wakeman


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Re: Prog Rock

Postby LiDL » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:42 pm

skalpel wrote:Considering how much great progressive rock there is, it's such a big shame that the genre has been tarnished forever by awful bands that perform 20 minute long synthesizer solos, wear medieval clothing and prance around like a bunch of tosspots.

So many people have the preconception that it's longwinded, boring and for 60 year old dorks. Shame <scratch>.


Christopher Lee is a perfect case in point. How the hell could he think a concept album about Charlemagne would be a good idea!
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Re: Prog Rock

Postby skalpel » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:43 pm

The Secret Ingredient wrote:
skalpel wrote:Considering how much great progressive rock there is, it's such a big shame that the genre has been tarnished forever by awful bands that perform 20 minute long synthesizer solos, wear medieval clothing and prance around like a bunch of tosspots.

So many people have the preconception that it's longwinded, boring and for 60 year old dorks. Shame <scratch>.



eaxactly and that is a sad thing i blame rick wakeman



Yep, I'll be honest I had Rick Wakeman in mind when writing that description <laugh>.

Quality video choice there btw. I only have their first album, what should I get next?

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Re: Prog Rock

Postby skalpel » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:44 pm

You'veBeenTiote'd wrote:Christopher Lee is a perfect case in point. How the hell could he think a concept album about Charlemagne would be a good idea!


I couldn't stop laughing when I saw he was doing that. What a silly old fool.

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Re: Prog Rock

Postby Tsi » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:53 pm

the one that track comes from is the only one i have it's called 'shivering king and others'


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