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Don't Abandon the Human Factor

Apparently Human Factor has had a bad day: "Abandoned, Devastated."

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-07-24


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Human Factor

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Previously in Exposé...

Mani Neumeier & Peter Hollinger - Meet the the Demons of Bali – Wooaah, wait a minute, hold the phone, and just a cottin' pickin'... Mani has really done something different here! Some may remember the Privat CD reviewed last time. There, he took on every...  (1999) » Read more

Rainbow Serpent - Voices of the First Day – Rainbow Serpent has really caught on among Teutonic enthusiasts, and it’s easy to see why on their latest release, a great blend of pinpoint sequencing and strong melodies. Bright piano is...  (2001) » Read more

Tempest - The 10th Anniversary Compilation – When I think of hard working bands, Tempest immediately comes to mind. You can find this band at Celtic festivals, Highland Games, and clubs across America. Tempest performs traditional and original...  (2000) » Read more

Paradox One - Reality Quake – Scotland’s Phil Jackson is the man behind Paradox One, and this initial release has been crafted over a number of years, based mostly on themes from science fiction. He starts out with...  (2001) » Read more

Pablo "El Enterrador" - Pablo "El Enterrador" – This is a well-known symphonic-prog album from late-70s Argentina. I am personally of the opinion that its reputation is rather over-inflated: no album with a song as annoyingly commercial as the...  (1997) » Read more