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#121 2014-11-18 21:02:27

Magnus
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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Guapo - Jeweled Turtle

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#122 2014-11-19 02:16:27

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Magic Mirrors by Eloy


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#123 2014-11-19 07:07:56

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

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Into The Sun http://hungonhorns.bandcamp.com/track/into-the-sun
by Hung On Horns

INTO THE SUN

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Ancient Stones
Lying Tall In The Dark Day
Time Moves Swift and
ONWARD

Floating In The Water As The Spectrelight Pass Me By
Far....INTO THE SUN

Dying Suns
Awaken None
Time Moves Swift and
ONWARD

Floating In The Water As The Spectrelight Pass Me By
Far....INTO THE SUN

Pull The Pictures From The Frames
Smash The Cradle
Rock The Graves
Bury Me Among The Flames

Pull The Pictures From The Frames
Rock The Cradle
Smash The Graves
Bury Me Among The Flames

Wade Ashore To The Gates
What If I Never Wake
Left Inside, You Will Fly
Through The Wormholes Lit Up In Your Eyes

Rolling One By One
Follow Me Into The Sun

Into The Sun
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credits
released 17 November 2014

Progressive Metal three piece hailing from London & Bournemouth, England. A musical journey into heavy paced guitars and rolling drums...dropping into mellow seas of ambience and spaced out rock.

Raf Reutt - Guitar
Marc Tondeur - Drums
Sean Cooper - Bass and Voice

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#124 2014-11-20 03:35:17

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Can - Halleluwah

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#125 2014-11-20 17:05:21

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Gentle Giant - Why Not

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#126 2014-11-21 01:42:43

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

"Gutter" by Lunatic Soul.............

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#127 2014-11-21 06:02:06

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Aligator by Consecration


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#128 2014-11-21 18:36:30

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

This Revolution - Gong

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#129 2014-11-21 18:45:03

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

GONG - The Eternal Wheel Spins

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#130 2014-11-22 16:12:00

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

A Rider in the Lands of an Infinite Dreamscape
from III by Spectral Lore

http://spectrallore.bandc....dreamscape

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Like the Wind, I sweep through majestic landscapes
Wandering, lost, among endless deserts, forests,
Deep seas and high mountains.

They rise, glorious but melancholic around me.
As if knowing... their own impermanence.
How small and insignificant they make me feel.

Then, time creeps in, and I remember Death.
And questions do not leave me.

Why did the first organic molecule copy itself?
Did it think it could retain its consciousness that way?
Or hoped that its offspring would someway, someday, escape mortality?
Maybe through constant change and evolution?

Gaia screams and coils around me.
The organic and inorganic in union.
Affecting and re-defining each other.
Is it complete, that way, or still void, as ourselves,
seeking for fulfillment?

I see the pain and meaninglessness, and feel it deep inside.
The cycle of renewal, of the demise of individual existence, is still one of tragedy.
Why would we have attained consciousness,
If we were always supposed to adhere to the Eternal Law?

Is my Will opposite to that of the Outer?
Or, can we forge paths of harmony, inbetween us?

If I can dream, therefore I can transform.

We are Warriors of the Universe. We are here for a reason.
I believe it wants us to change it. It wants us to evolve ourselves, then our surroundings.
But how? In what direction? Where is right and wrong, in the cosmic scale?
Is it enough to be "good" human beings?
Or is this feat, of such unimaginable difficulty,
That every human must absolutely surpass the limits of one's existence,
Towards greater and greater understanding, complexity, continuity, fulfillment.
In a great mission to defeat Gravity, to liberate, once and forever,
All Existence from the cycle of birth and death (bang and crunch).
To extend into all dimensions, physical and temporal.
credits


from III, released 02 May 2014

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#131 2014-11-22 16:22:06

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Hitopadeza (1978) by Smak


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#132 2014-11-22 16:45:20

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Gentle Giant - Proclamation

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#133 2014-11-23 05:43:49

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Hazy Horizons by Echo Trails


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#134 2014-11-24 00:21:53

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

Kevin Ayers - Decadence


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#135 2014-11-24 00:32:00

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Re: Your favourite progressive rock song today?

To Kiss The Ocean's Floor by Telepathy



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