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Jupiter Society - Terraform
Jupiter Society - Terraform in Progressive Rock
Jupiter Society first launched in 2008 with the album "First Contact // Last Warning". The man behind this project and also the chairman of the Society, is Carl Westholm, previously known from Carptree, Krux and Candlemass. The idea about this epic concept albums is far older than that, the idea took form more then 10 years ago in Carls mind but did not come to life before 2007 when he was not busy with other projects. Now in 2009, Jupiter Society releases the sequel called "Terraform" again with a...
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Lizette & - This Is
Lizette & - This Is in Pop Rock
This album is strongly influenced by the production and writing style of Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails with a bit of older Alanis Morissette thrown in for good measure. Great industrial pop....
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Matt Cash - Western Country
Matt Cash - Western Country in Country and Western
Taking a break from all the progressive, pop and metal that Matt has been doing the last few years with cohort Henning Pauly, Matt decided to do a "modern" country album, of course working with Henning once again. The idea was to take a slightly different approach to the Country genre but keep the songs filled with hook laden melodies. There are some surprise guests on this release that is sure to catch the attention of the Country music world. Available through MVD Distribution....
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Nine Stones Close - Falling To Pieces
Nine Stones Close - Falling To Pieces in Progressive Rock
Reinventions and reworkings of tracks from the Traces album. Sometimes new light can be shed upon a lyric or a musical phrase by the re-interpretation of its parts. Soulful and emotive, pared back and yet soaring, the Falling To Pieces EP reveals another side of Nine Stones Close....
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Oz Knozz - True Believer
Oz Knozz - True Believer in Pop Rock
Oz Knozz is Duane Massey, Milton DeCoronado, Robert Guinea, Bill Massey, and Marty Naul. The ten tracks on their latest release are as innovative as they are impressive. The majestic "Empty Room" sparkles with two familiar Oz Knozz elements: great solo work and subtle, tasteful harmonies. The guitar-driven "Goodbye Again" sports a Kansas (the band) flavor, and "Far Away" is a splendid vocal fest. The award for best groove on this offering goes to "Fox Paws", a sharp and sleek number featuring tight horn...
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PBII - Plastic Soup
PBII - Plastic Soup in Progressive Rock
Plastic Soup is the first album of the new Dutch Progressive rock band PBII, the successor to the well known Plackband of the 70's and 80's, often called the Dutch Genesis. Plastic Soup however, has a sound that is absolutely 2010: modern, fresh and rocky but still with some great symphonic influences of the past. Stylistically, you could place it somewhere between Spocks Beard, Porcupine Tree, Frost*, Marilion, Linkin Park and Genesis. Special guests include John Mitchell (Arena, It Bites, Frost*)...
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Peter Matuchniak - Uncover Me
Peter Matuchniak - Uncover Me in Pop Rock
In an album that features mood swings and roundabouts, this is a musical journey through melodic rock songs driven by edgy electric guitar riffs, progressive keyboards and sultry sax combined with acoustic music, melodic flute and elements of jazz. There is a mix of short and long tracks that allow the compositions to develop without ever becoming complacent and repetitive. In an online study this music appealed to fans of the following artists, to name but a few: Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, The Beatles...
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Planet P Project - 1931: Go Out Dancing Part 1
Planet P Project - 1931: Go Out Dancing Part 1 in Progressive Rock
"1931" is the first record of a trilogy: "Go Out Dancing", which will continue with "Levittown", about the fifties, from drunken Joe McCarthy to the Birth of the Cool to the Kennedy Boys, and "Out In The Rain" which according to Tony, will be all he has to say about the disgraceful state of the world's unfortunates - which of course is just about everybody... "1931" itself deals with the radical right, starting in Weimar Germany in 1923, right through to the Federal Building and including all that fun...
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Poor Genetic Material - Island Noises
Poor Genetic Material - Island Noises in Progressive Rock
Island Noises is a double concept album based on The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Yet, the album does not try to re-tell the but rather explores certain ideas, atmospheres and characters plot of the original play and so becomes a work in its own right. “Why Shakespeare?” “Why The Tempest?” you may ask. Well, there’s a sorcerer, a spirit of the air, a monstrous creature, there is romance and attempted murder, it’s about the stuff that dreams are made on ... sounds like a prog-concept album?...
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Primitive Overflow - Honor Way Down
Primitive Overflow - Honor Way Down in Progressive Rock
Primitive Overflow presents an exciting new progressive rock album featuring Donnie Vie, singer/songwriter of the 80s MTV era band Enuff Z' Nuff. "Honor Way Down" features progressive cuts with power pop hooks that both sound current and evoke the early progressive scene, when rock & roll was a very spiritual matter.   Primitive Overflow is the brainchild of Hoyt Binder, a Los Angeles based guitarist/songwriter with a passion for deep music.  Inspired by “The Creative,” he creates music for the sake...
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