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Old 02-04-2006, 12:29 AM   #141 (permalink)
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I think that Camel is hugely influencial being one of the earlier prog bands
But didnt Camel debut in like 71 or 72?....There are prog bands before that...I think the earliest prog bands were The Moody Blues, Vanilla Fudge, The Nice, Traffic, Soft Machine and Procol Harum...And influencial bands like King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Genesis and Yes all started in 68/69.

Pink Floyd could count as one of the first prog bands since they debuted in 66, though their early material was more on psychedelic rock than prog, it wasnt until Gilmour joined that they became more of a prog band.
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Old 02-04-2006, 12:29 AM   #142 (permalink)
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I also agree with the who and the ramones. Crass in the punk scene they did alot of for DIY. The clash also did quite a bit with how varied they were.

Misfits were very DIY with Danzig (spelling?). I know some people don't want to admit it but Green Day has had an impact. They are what got me interested into punk, and then that got me into politically charged music, which led to rap, and reggae.


Oh, RATM shook things up quite a bit in the 90s.
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Old 02-04-2006, 12:30 AM   #143 (permalink)
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Misfits were very DIY with Danzig (spelling?). I know some people don't want to admit it but Green Day has had an impact. They are what got me interested into punk, and then that got me into politically charged music, which led to rap, and reggae.
Alot of the 90s pop punk (blink,bowling for soup,green day etc..) acts got people into punk, they're pretty much the gateway groups.
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Old 02-04-2006, 12:32 AM   #144 (permalink)
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But didnt Camel debut in like 71 or 72?....There are prog bands before that...I think the earliest prog bands were The Moody Blues, Vanilla Fudge, The Nice, Traffic, Soft Machine and Procol Harum...And influencial bands like King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Genesis and Yes all started in 68/69.

Pink Floyd could count as one of the first prog bands since they debuted in 66, though their early material was more on psychedelic rock than prog, it wasnt until Gilmour joined that they became more of a prog band.
Yeah...With the pink floyd there earliest stuff Piper at the gates of dawn and etc had prog elements but very overpowering phycadelics
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Why should i?...You call a lot of bands i like sh*t, after all.
Hey I gave you credit for changing my opinion of ELP

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But didnt Camel debut in like 71 or 72?....There are prog bands before that...I think the earliest prog bands were The Moody Blues, Vanilla Fudge, The Nice, Traffic, Soft Machine and Procol Harum...And influencial bands like King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Genesis and Yes all started in 68/69.

Pink Floyd could count as one of the first prog bands since they debuted in 66, though their early material was more on psychedelic rock than prog, it wasnt until Gilmour joined that they became more of a prog band.
Psychedelic is goooood. Pink Floyd would have been one of the groups to put a spring in that genres step too, Grateful Dead were tampering with psychedelica in the mid 60's and it was around the late 60's that psychedelic was the new form of popular rock for bands. I haven't heard much of Floyds earliest stuff, it still would have to have been fairly progressive though wouldn't it?
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Psychedelic is goooood. Pink Floyd would have been one of the groups to put a spring in that genres step too, Grateful Dead were tampering with psychedelica in the mid 60's and it was around the late 60's that psychedelic was the new form of popular rock for bands. I haven't heard much of Floyds earliest stuff, it still would have to have been fairly progressive though wouldn't it?
Oh they have always had progressive elements, for sure, but they didnt really gain a reputation as a progressive rock band until the 70s.

And a lot of pyschedlic bands had progressive elements...The Doors and Jefferson Airplane included...But this dosent make them prog, of course.

Piper At The Gates Of Dawn is a psychedlic rock album when you get down to it, though there are still a handful of progressive elements, so it could fall into the "prog" category as well...Though Saucerful Of Secrets had some progressive elements that Piper didnt.
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