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Everyone should eat grapes on stage

Here's a performance by Arabs in Aspic of a tune from their album Far out in Aradabia.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-12-08


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Court - And You'll Follow the Winds Rush 'Till Their Breath Dwells – From the opening notes of "Rising the Tale" – a short instrumental interlude that opens the disc, it's apparent that this new Italian neo-progressive band has traveled a different...  (1994) » Read more

Kenso - Sora Ni Hikaru - Early Live Vol.1 – Kenso were perhaps the pinnacle of the great Japanese symphonic rock bands. All too often, where others fell short, Kenso succeeded admirably at many of the things that make a band of this genre...  (1994) » Read more

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