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Copernicus - L’Étérnité Immédiate

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Copernicus hit the scene in the mid-80s, a rambling beat poet with a message that nothing exists, not the earth or anything on it; his reality is viewed through subatomic terms. If nothing can stay...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2013-10-06)

July - July

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1967: a year for flower children and fledgling bands to gather together, smoke a bag, and experiment with new musical ideas, albeit sometimes sappy, but fun. Tony Duhig and Jon Field were two of...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 1997-10-01)

Renaissance & Illusion - Scheherezade, Turn of the Cards & Madonna Blue

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[Note: This review from 1994 refers to reissues on the TRC label. The albums involved have since been legitimately issued, and those releases are listed at the end of this...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 1994-10-01)

Música Urbana - Música Urbana

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Música Urbana was an eclectic Spanish fusion band who recorded this gem in 1976. With its sudden rhythmic and melodic changes, and rapid alternation between composed ensemble sections and...

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(Posted by Rob Walker 1995-03-01)

Roine Stolt - The Flower King

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It's been a while since we've heard from former Kaipa guitarist Roine Stolt. This album received a lot of hype recently, and claiming to be a symphonic rock album from a member of Kaipa, I...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 1995-03-01)

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Previously in Exposé...

Roots of Consciousness - Roots of Consciousness – These guys inhabit that area of progressive rock that tends to make me cringe. Influences? Rush, Marillion, maybe even Be Bop Deluxe. This type ofmusic is more in an "art rock" vein - very vocal...  (1994) » Read more

Gulââb - Veils of Mystery – Rarely do I receive a recording that makes me stand up and take notice. My jaded and tired ears perked up as I flew my astral plane while playing Veils of Mystery. What's this you ask, a trip to...  (1994) » Read more

Xhol - Hau Ruk – When you think of German rock of the 70s, you’re likely to think of extended spacey jams with effects devices in evidence and a bit of jazzy flavor. Xhol’s first album (under that name at least)...  (2005) » Read more

Hecenia - La Couleur du Feu – If you've ever heard Hecenia's first album, Légendes from a few years ago, with vocals, drum machines, and all, you might want to push all that out of your mind now. This new album is...  (1995) » Read more

Steve Roach - Fever Dreams III – For the third in this series, Roach has served up a double dose. Like much of Roach’s material, the Fever Dreams series embraces soundworlds of a floating ambient nature, but with a somewhat...  (2008) » Read more



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