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It seems that the main function of music blogs is to produce lists of the top 10 (or 20 or 100) of this or that. Ultimate Guitar has their new list of the best prog rock albums of all time as chosen by Jordan Rudess.

by Jon Davis, Published 2012-06-10

You can read about it on their website. Some of them don't even have much guitar on them, so I guess they're not totally limited in scope.

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