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Manticore
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Sweden
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Swedish band influenced by Emerson, Lake & Palmer.
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Manticore — Time to Fly Manticore — Time to Fly
(Laser's Edge LE 1020, 1994, CD)

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Legendary Pink Dots - 25th Anniversary Single – 2006 marks the 25th anniversary of The Legendary Pink Dots and the band toured extensively in the US and Europe this spring and summer. It is rare occurrence that a band remains together this long and...  (2007) » Read more

Bread, Love and Dreams - Amaryllis – I suppose this fell into the progressive camp because: a) it's British and from the early 70s, b) it's folk rock; and c) there's a 21-minute title track. Let me break it to you slow: a+b+c...  (1995) » Read more

Various Artists - A Saucerful of Pink – With all of these recent tribute releases, there seem to be three types of covers: those which stay true to the original (or at least attempt to), those who take the original concept and try to...  (1996) » Read more

Sorten Muld - Mark II – Sorten Muld exist in the same milieu as Hedningarna, Garmarna, and Afro Celt Sound System, bringing modern sounds and techniques to traditional music, in this case that of Denmark. They are masters of...  (2000) » Read more

Gravity Tree - Life or Dessert? – A complete surprise out of left field, Gravity Tree is the duo of Linc (lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, basses) and Alan Nu (vocals, drums, percussion, and synthesizers), playing together...  (2000) » Read more



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