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Available online from Issue 23

December 2001

88 Pages

Estradasphere, Dennis Rea, Prog Day 2001, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, New Sun, Ozrics, Neil Sadler, Robert Carty + Dweller at the Threshold, Indonesian Prog Festival, Rob Ayling (of Voiceprint), King Crimson w/Tool

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Glenn Hughes / Geoff Downes - The Work Tapes

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Leave it to Geoff Downes to seek out another bassist, vocalist heavyweight talent as a possible big time collaborator. I honestly don't think the ex member of the Buggles and Yes has ever lived...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-12-01)

Hábitat - Baúl Repleto de Sugerencias

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Hábitat is the Argentine duet of Aldo Pinelli (vocals, bass, guitars, percussion) and Sergio Raffaghello (keyboards), with the assistance of Enrique Hittos (guitars, keys), Roberto Sambrizzi...

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(Posted by Jim Chokey 2001-12-01)

Hemisphere - Now

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Hemisphere are a duo of electronic musicians Ralf Knappe-Heinbockel and Thorsten Reinhardt. Their latest CD is a seven-track album, each track named after a color (with “Red” having a...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2001-12-01)

Hoven Droven - Hippa

Cover art Well, I'm not sure I wanted a "kinder, gentler" Hoven Droven, but that's what we've all got on their 2001 release. It's not entirely acoustic, though the electric guitar is rather subdued, appearing...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2001-12-01)

Mick Greenwood - ...To Friends

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Who is Mick Greenwood, might you ask? Apparently the man is American and made a ploy to become a pop star in the UK after being discovered in a New York club in the early 70s. He issued three LPs...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-12-01)

Miriodor - Mekano

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Miriodor is one of the truly outstanding avant-prog bands of the last two decades, and this new release shows them in as strong a form as ever. This time the core trio of Falaise, Globensky, and...

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(Posted by Sean McFee 2001-12-01)

Miriodor - Mekano

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I¹d lost track of this French Canadian group since I first heard their debut release, Rencontres, several years ago. I was impressed with what I heard then and I remain impressed with...

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(Posted by Paul Hightower 2001-12-01)

Miriodor - Mekano

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In the first few seconds of Miriodor's latest work you'd almost think the French Canadian group had fallen into an Aphex Twin dub experiment. But it's just a short introduction into...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-12-01)

Mururoa - Planets

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Those people who assume that anything coming out of Italy is worth purchasing should check this one out. This is a concept album (I guess) about the planets, with tracks about the Sun, Mercury,...

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(Posted by Sean McFee 2001-12-01)

Mushroom vs Bundy K. Brown vs Faust vs Gary Floyd - Compared to What

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Yes, that’s the way it’s credited on the cover. The is a very odd collection of odds and ends basically centered around the band Mushroom, including soul covers, taped phone...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2001-12-01)

Nash the Slash - Nosferatu

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I’ve always had a weak spot for Nash the Slash. His goofy horror-show imagery and violin showmanship just bring a smile to my face. A soundtrack to the silent film classic Nosferatu,...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2001-12-01)

One Shot - Vendredi 13

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While this current Magma line-up offshoot began their side career with a fusion album that barely hinted at their Zeuhl progenitors, the quartet of Emmanuel Borghi, James MacGaw, Philippe...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2001-12-01)

One Shot - Vendredi 13

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Get in line, put down your money and get yer Zeuhl fix right here. Satisfaction guaranteed. One Shot, featuring Emmanuel Borghi (keyboards), James MacGaw (guitar), and Philippe Bussonnet (bass),...

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(Posted by Dean Suzuki 2001-12-01)

One Shot - Vendredi 13

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Anyone who has seen Magma play recently has seen three of the four members of One Shot. The leader of the band is Emmanual Borghi on keyboards, and his compatriots are James Mac Gaw on guitar and...

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(Posted by David Ashcraft 2001-12-01)

Ozone Player - Insane Logic

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Here’s another entry in the one-man electronic music genre, in this case Otso Pakarinen of Finland. He’s got a couple of interesting twists on the conventions of electronic music. One...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2001-12-01)

Pain of Salvation - The Perfect Element: Part I

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Pain of Salvation are one of the few bands that comes along every now and then and redefines their genre. I mean, I don’t even care much for this particular avenue of melodic prog-metal, the...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2001-12-01)

PFM - Serendipity

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As most progressive fans know, Premiata Forneria Marconi was once one of the most renowned of the Italian progressive bands, only to eventually descend into a pop career that would be of little...

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(Posted by Sean McFee 2001-12-01)

Present - High Infidelity

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Have Present evolved from Univers Zero to Art Zoyd? Well, not quite, although Dominic Ntoumos' trumpet strongly reminds me of Gerard Hourbette's approach on Art Zoyd's early albums such...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2001-12-01)

Present - High Infidelity

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The bleak occasion of Roger Trigaux's seventh nightmarish vision is filled with extreme trauma. This time out, the composer has seen fit to fill an orchestral gap by adding sax, trumpet, and...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2001-12-01)

Present - High Infidelity

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For their latest release, Present pays tribute to REO Speedwagon's classic 1980 album. Their remake of "Keep on Loving You" just rocks!! Oh wait... that's just a terrible...

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(Posted by Mike Grimes 2001-12-01)
 

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