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Old 02-08-2008, 07:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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another mix i had wasting away on mediafire:

'Fantasy Tracks' - Prog Rock. A bit of early progressive psych, folk, jazz, Krautrock, medieval, blues/heavy metal, Canterbury Scene and symphonic-influenced prog.
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Part 1
Fantasy Tracks - Prog Part 1.zip

Yes - Roundabout
Camel - Curiosity
King Crimson - Cat Food
Magna Carta - Lord of the Ages
Gentle Giant - The Advent of Panurge
Caravan - Ride
The Beatles - I Want You (She's So Heavy)
The Soft Machine - Why Am I So Short?
The Soft Machine - So Boot If At All

Part 2
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Amon Duul II - Kanaan
Genesis - Timetable
Ramases - Life Child
Cressida - To Play Your Little Games
Gong - The Pot Head Pixies
Can - Sing Swan Song
Tomorrow - Revolution (Top Gear Peel Session)
Affinity - Three Sisters
Colosseum - The Kettle
May Blitz -For Madmen Only
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Old 02-08-2008, 01:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I can't get mediafire on my PC, any chance you can up them on Rapidshare or Megaupload? there are a few bands I would love to check out. I can return the compliment.
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Old 02-08-2008, 02:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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it's going on megaupload now, will be up tonight if i'm still awake
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Old 02-08-2008, 03:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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part 1 megaupload:
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Old 02-08-2008, 06:59 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I can't get mediafire on my PC, any chance you can up them on Rapidshare or Megaupload? there are a few bands I would love to check out. I can return the compliment.
Definitely check out Camel. They're one of my favourite bands ever... people are going to disagree here, but I think Andy Latimer is as good a guitarist as Dave Gilmour. Mirage and Moonmadness are my favourite albums of theirs.

Anyway, that's a nice compilation. But why Curiosity over a song like Nimrodel? Nice choice on the Beatles song - that's my favourite by them... and I actually consider the Beatles prog, though many will disagree.
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Old 02-08-2008, 08:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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it happens to be 3.45 in the morning here, I hate the fact that i can't sleep, but I hate David Gilmour even more. Dark Side of the Moon is the most flaccid, droning, pretentiously void and overrated piece of **** ever conceived by a gaggle of overprivileged, upper-middle class ****marks.
I love Piper at the Gates of Dawn, but I will battle to the DEATH my right to hate anything produced at the whips of Gilmour - what a BORING ****! If he dies tomorrow of leprosy of the testicles it won't be too soon. The epitaph: 'well done, Dave, you made hundreds of millions of already boring, ignorant ****s even more boring and ignorant, you ****.'
I'll allow his achievements with Kate Bush, though, for she is Venus incarnate.
That is all.
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Seltzer is right about Camel, it's absolutely awesome, and Latimer can be compared to be en par with Gilmour, although I do prefer Gilmour.
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Definitely check out Camel. They're one of my favourite bands ever... people are going to disagree here, but I think Andy Latimer is as good a guitarist as Dave Gilmour. Mirage and Moonmadness are my favourite albums of theirs.[...]
Agreed. Rain Dances is probably my favourite Camel album.

And I've been listening to quite a lot of Van Der Graaf Generator lately... Prawn Hearts is a masterpiece.
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it happens to be 3.45 in the morning here, I hate the fact that i can't sleep, but I hate David Gilmour even more. Dark Side of the Moon is the most flaccid, droning, pretentiously void and overrated piece of **** ever conceived by a gaggle of overprivileged, upper-middle class ****marks.
I love Piper at the Gates of Dawn, but I will battle to the DEATH my right to hate anything produced at the whips of Gilmour - what a BORING ****! If he dies tomorrow of leprosy of the testicles it won't be too soon. The epitaph: 'well done, Dave, you made hundreds of millions of already boring, ignorant ****s even more boring and ignorant, you ****.'
I'll allow his achievements with Kate Bush, though, for she is Venus incarnate.
That is all.
He's my favourite guitarist by far.
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