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Old 12-20-2006, 11:00 AM
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Okay, then. Fuck this list. Recommend me your top picks for prog that I probably or might not already have. Larks' Tongues In Aspic and Awaken The Guardian, check.
Mahuvishnu Orchestra's 'The Inner Mounting Flame'. You'll love it. Also if you want more Yes, 'Relayer' is essential.
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Mahuvishnu Orchestra's 'The Inner Mounting Flame'. You'll love it. Also if you want more Yes, 'Relayer' is essential.
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I'm going to make some really nonstandard "prog" reccomendations. Because I'm like that.

Amorphis - Tales From The Thousand Lakes - Fuck Opeth, this stuf is tr00 mixing of prog and death metal. If you don't have this album already... well you probably should.

King Crimson - Discipline - A King Crimson album on this list really requires no explanation. Besides the ones that have been noted already in this thread, this is definitely their best.

Tool - Aenema - I know Tool aren't really popular on this board, and you may already have this and like/dislike it. But I'm going to say it anyway. It's a great album, as well as other Tool albums, if you choose to hear it that way. It took me a long time to get into Tool because of this, but now they're one of my favorite bands.

X Japan - Art Of Life - The album is only 29 minutes long or so, but it's all one big song with an intensely long piano section. It's prog-metal-tastic and I would say its something like a proggier, faster, version of SSOASS Maiden (of course not as amazing). Maybe just download the song or something, since material by X Japan is pretty impossible to find though.

Yes - 90125 - This album has some of my personal favorites by Yes. It's one of the few albums made that successfully bridges pop and prog. Definitely worth owning.
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My picks, some of these are prog with a bit of power metal, but still revered as prog by many, most importantly my authority on the subject that turned me onto some of them.

Symphony X - V
Royal Hunt - Paradox
Fates Warning - Parallels
Evergrey - In Search of Truth
Savatage - Streets: A Rock Opera, Dead Winter Dead
Labyrinth - Return to Heaven Denied
Angra - Rebirth
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Also if you want more Yes, 'Relayer' is essential.
I would add Yes: Drama to that as well
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I wasn't refering to myself... I was talking about my good friend who LOVES Prog rock and metal.
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I wasn't refering to myself... I was talking about my good friend who LOVES Prog rock and metal.
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I would add Yes: Drama to that as well
In fact I plan to buy the remastered version of this!!!
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