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 The Way by ANIMA MUNDI album cover Studio Album, 2010
4.06 | 229 ratings

The Way
Anima Mundi Symphonic Prog

Review by steelyhead

4 stars This my first contact with this group and I have to tell You is a pleasant one. Anima Mundi hails from a part of the world We often overlook when We are looking for prog music: Cuba. The band is well balanced and no instrument is more important than other, no even the voice, and a very good one It is. The compositions are on the epic side of prog and You can hear that Howe guitar been played over and over so You will be in familiar territory. Don't expect surprises, the music is good but It is not opening new ventures, staying the course of familiar paths so I am giving them 3.5 stars rounded to four because of where They come from. ¡Mas música chiquiticos!


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 The Wall by PINK FLOYD album cover Studio Album, 1979
4.07 | 2571 ratings

The Wall
Pink Floyd Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Walkscore

5 stars Even More Relevant Today in the era of Trumps Wall

Pink Floyd are the masters of the concept album, and The Wall is the ultimate concept album. While some fans of PA may be more (or only) interested in the musical side of progressive rock (and I include myself in this when it comes to a lot of albums/musicians), and that is fine, I don't think anyone can deny the importance of this album when it comes to the concept, which is largely Roger Water's brainchild. While the music on The Wall is not quite as strong as that on Dark Side or Wish (some tunes, like 'Bring the Boys Back Home" have little musicality, but they are thankfully very short, and they still add to the story), the Wall still contains some of Floyd's best songs (Comfortably Numb, Mother, etc), and some of Gilmour's best guitar solos, and it all comes together exceptionally well. Most importantly, Water's lyrics here, in my mind, are the best ever written for any rock album, ever. Back a long time ago when this PA site first started, I wrote a few reviews, including for this one (not sure if those reviews exist any more - the site looked very different back then). I called this album the rock equivalent to Tolstoy's War and Peace or Dostoyevsky's Brother's Karamazov in literature, or Ingmar Bergman's Seventh Seal in film. That is, and iconic, original, and masterful work of art that will stand the test of time for many centuries. (A hundred years from now, university programs offering courses in musicology, or even history, may assign whole units to the study of this one album - I think it is that important). I would argue this album and the message the Waters puts forward here has become increasingly important over time. Indeed, life is beginning to (once again, unfortunately) imitate art, in Trumps call to build a Wall along the border with Mexico! Water's concept is about how the horrors of war and a failed post-war dream (for building a peaceful society that is prosperous for all) fuels both resentment and emotional isolation. The internal emotional Wall that the working- and middle- class create for themselves to protect themselves emotionally then gets articulated externally first in destructive, uncaring or selfish behaviour, and then later through the support for intolerant racist populists who want to kick out the foreigners and "make their country Great Again". It is an album that spends a lot of time making these linkages, with the lead character becoming ever-more hateful (one of the cliimaxes from the live shows - both the original and Water's recent performances - is Run Like Hell). This builds up to the finale ('The Trial') where the main character (Pink, which is not only a proxy for Waters himself, but for all of us) tells the world to stop so that he can search his conscience/ face himself for his conflicted feelings. The judge (partly representing social norms, and partly representing that part of our brain that is self-critical of any inability to meet such social norms) declares Pink (us) guilty for having feelings and questioning the mainstream ethos, and sentences him "to be exposed before your peers" (as a real person whose is/has always been internally afraid and unsure, like all of us are, for having real feelings), and orders the wall to be torn down so that everyone can see the real person behind it. Waters is here saying that the only real way forward for building a peaceful world is understanding and accepting our inherent humanity. We have to tear down the Wall of indifference, intolerance, uncaring. The final piece - 'Outside the Wall' - speaks of the solution going forward - the "bleeding hearts and artists" making their stand, helping others find peace and understanding through their hard work, their art, their writing, their political organizing. This is a message that resonates very strongly, and to this day remains unmatched by any other album that I know of (if you know of one, please fill me in!). I give this album my highest ever rating, a 9.9 out of 10 on my 10-point scale (it loses 0.1 as the music is not totally perfect, although I can think of no better match for the lyrics).

But I think this album goes beyond ratings. I think it is absolutely essential to continue hearing this message today. The world seems to be becoming increasingly beset by intolerance and unwillingness to try and understand others, an inability to see ourselves and our humanity in others, to accept even in ourselves our shared existential fears, and like Water's predicted, it is being driven by the failed dreams of everyday people who are becoming disillusioned (and, I would add, ever-deeper in debt). It is leading to the support for intolerant leaders and authoritarian populists who scapegoat the weakest, and who in turn are irresponsibly bringing the world closer to mistrust, conflict, and hatred, just like in the album, and potentially even to war and violence. We need to resist. We need to build understanding, not walls.

Tear Down the Wall !


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 Settimo Grado di Separazione by YGGDRAZIL album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.00 | 3 ratings

Settimo Grado di Separazione
Yggdrazil Heavy Prog

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Heavy gothico-zheulo-prog metal?

Like the other releases from the Psych Up Melodies label, YGGDRAZIL's "Settimo Grado Di Separazione" ("Seventh Degree of Separation" in English) is a quite strange and hard to describe album. First and only opus to date by this obscure Italian band, taking their name from Northern mythology, the music displays a singular dark and esoteric ambiance, borrowing from various different styles. Almost constantly taken by surprise, the listener will travel through an unknown parallel dimension, moving from hard rock, heavy prog to progressive metal via gothic, cold- wave and zheul-esque wormholes. The mystical impression is reinforced the vocalist's chameleon unusual raw and high-pitched falsetto vocals. The compositions are rather homogeneous in terms of quality, contain many changes, as well as elaborated rhythm structures.

From the beginning, you know you're in for something special. Starting on a heavy prog tonality, "Conception of Time" turns into a powerful heavy progressive metal title, then to a 80's goth / cold wave lament, to finally conclude as a somehow rock ballad! Completely different, the dreary "Lizard" evokes an incantatory ritual chant with its Middle-Eastern accents, and abruptly introduces the nonsense fast-paced "Gig", entirely reversing the peaceful atmosphere. This indescribable track resembles Zheul with various digressions, however dissonant and not really united. My least favorite passage from the record. But even more surprising is what comes next. "Every Man" is a much more classic melancholic hard rock song, both pretty and strong, with a very usual structure. The last kind of track you would expect to find in such an eerie disc! By contradiction, that's why this album is unpredictable.

Opening with beautiful arpeggios, the soft gloomy "By my Time" slightly morphs into complex tortured prog metal. With its high-pitched vocals, this composition may remind a little FATES WARNING. Interesting and varied, although a bit messy at times. Back to calm with the hazy "Specular", a smooth ethereal cold wave title that suddenly unleashes raging numerous saturated soli. Longest song of the record, "Separazione" is a worthy powerful conclusion for such musical trip. Its dark progressive metal tone contrasts with the strange falsetto vocals and the mesmerizing passages, building a mystical atmosphere, summoning the ancient spirits of the sky... Great!

The 2012 Psych Up Melodies re-release includes four bonus tracks, consisting just in low quality demos, rather optional.

Despite a few moments hard to follow, "Settimo Grado Di Separazione" possesses a genuine particular ambiance. Difficult to categorize, YGGDRAZIL is constantly shifting from a genre to another, nearly fooling its audience musically, but not in terms of interest and inspiration. Don't expect walking on an establish path, prepare for an uncommon journey instead.

A very strange and original album, recommended if you like to venture into obscure, tortured heavy prog / prog metal territories, not without certain slices of both known and unknown...


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 Dark Side Of The Moon by PINK FLOYD album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.60 | 3762 ratings

Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Walkscore

5 stars What can be said about this album that hasn't been said? Like perhaps many other fans, this was the album that opened my window not just to progressive rock, but to the world of music at large, and thus was profoundly life-changing. I actually received this as a birthday present from a friend who thought (based on the cover!) that it was the next Prism album (they had a radio hit with "Armageddon" back in the late 70s). But although few of my friends even liked at at the time (this was pre-teens, perhaps 11-12 years old), when I listened to it, I was riveted. This was both highly intellectual AND emotional, and it not only developed musically over the entire album, but presented a thoughtful argument (or set of arguments); a concept album inquiring about the nature of madness and the purpose of life. It (almost literally it seems) woke me up, and was what got me interested in discovering similar albums, and I would even say it was partly instrumental in getting me interested in thinking about the big questions in life. Waters has remarked what matters most about any work of art is whether it moves you. This one clearly does, still. And it does so through an almost-perfect mating of the lyrical and intellectual with the musical. Gilmour's guitar solos on Time and Money, I think, to do this day are almost unmatched for their emotional weight (perhaps only matched by his later ones on the Wall). (You want a guitar solo that really makes you FEEL the song to your core? Follow Gilmour on this album). While some question whether Floyd is truly "progressive" (because the music is ultimately quite simple and easy to play), I would say that 'progressive' is a state of mind (intellectual, emotional, political, and musical), and this album (and similar other concept albums) are archetypical of this. It was when I heard, as an early teen, that Floyd had played with Soft Machine that I decided to pick up some of the latter bands albums, starting a musical journey that saw me spend much of my savings on Soft Machine boots, both before and after CDs came along. Is there any flaw with this album? A very minor point, but the production is very slick, and I like things a bit more spontaneous and raw. I get my fill of the latter by playing bootlegs of the 1972 version of Dark Side, before they had written the album versions of On the Run and Great Gig (which they did in the studio). This album totally stands the test of time, as one of the still very best ever made, of any musical genre. I give this 9.7 out of 10 on my 10-point scale.


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 Hair In A G-String (Unfinished But Sweet) by TENCH PROJECT, COLIN album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.18 | 165 ratings

Hair In A G-String (Unfinished But Sweet)
Colin Tench Project Crossover Prog

Review by pawelm

5 stars I'm going to straight to the point. It is brilliant! Everytime Colin Tench is involved in something I got to have it. It is soooo refreshing to still be able to find music and musicians that have an ability to not take themselves 100% seriously. Except for the obvious talent for constructing "catchy" tunes Colin and Co. also are able to put in a huge chunk of humour. It shows that they are having fun making the album, which in turn makes it fun to listen to.

The album is very well paced and despite some of the compositions being quite lengthy, none of them overstay its welcome. Constant twists, loops and changes make you feel like you are on a crazy adventure that can lead you anywhere. That is something that i find difficult to find in most of modern music. That sense of discovery, surprise and excitement. This album has it by the loads.

Even though I enjoy the album and I would put it on some of the highest of my shelves I think there is still more where it came from. Can't wait for the next one, cause they just keep getting better and better. OH, and don't forget to sit through the wohle thing cause Part 4b Redux, although short, might be modern musics answer to Bethovens Opus 55: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major ("Eroica") that we all have been waiting for!

Much love Pawel


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 Nothingface by VOIVOD album cover Studio Album, 1989
4.27 | 244 ratings

Voivod Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by Tapfret
Prog Reviewer

5 stars After going full frontal prog with the outstanding concept album Dimension Hatross, Voivod took another opportunity to tweak their game. Keeping up with the sci-fi theme that had served them so well to this point, they would break almost completely from their thrash metal roots. Well, at least the thrash part. The new formula would lead to the widely acclaimed Nothingface, their most popular release and resident of US college radio top 40 charts in late 1989-early 1990.

From the word go it is obvious Voivod had a far better budget for recording. The thrash sound of the 2 previous albums was accompanied by heavy reverb. Nothingface pulled the sound closer to the listener. The thrashy beat speed is evident on the opener, The Unknown Knows, but gives way on the rest album to a very eclectic rhythm library that play more junctional beats to the overlying guitar riffs. Dennis D'amour's guitar playing, while remaining unorthodox and routinely atonal, tends to be more melodic, arpeggiated and exploring broader chord extensions than at any other point in Voivod's discography. Jean-Yves "Blacky" Thériault maintains his "blower bass" style, but sounds more defined within the recording. Vocally, Denis "Snake" Bélanger continues to bring what I call his "apocalyptic town crier" vocals to the party, this time appearing a bit less monotone than before.

The overall impression remains high energy, but presents a much more sophisticated instrumental interplay than other Voivod material. The highlight for many, otherwise a sidelight to me, is the inclusion of Pink Floyd cover, Astronomy Domine. This was likely the piece that propelled the album to the heretofore unseen mainstream popularity. As I was not a particular fan of the original, I can take it or leave it. That being said, it was cetainly a more than proficient rendition.

Nothingface and its predecessor, Dimension Hatross, will always stand out as game changers in the prog metal scene. And game changers for the band themselves. While so many rising stars from the thrash metal scene were flaming out, Voivod was carving a niche for themselves as true progressive metal originals. Nothingface is the second consecutive (and last) masterpiece for a unique band among their contemporaries. 5 stars, absolutely essential.


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 11:59:59 by ALCHEMY X album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.09 | 7 ratings

Alchemy X Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
Prog Reviewer

3 stars One of the unknown prog metal acts from late '90s - early '00s from USA is for sure Alchemy X. Formed around 1995 having two albums in their pockets so far, one released in 1999 and the second and their best is from 2003 with an intresting title name 11:59:59. This is quite good prog metal, that I like to hear often, nice arrangements, pleasent voice, guitar meeting keyboards are well played most of the time. Similarity with Fates Warning are obvious, this is nice clean prog metal without any powermetal elements added. Virtuosity is present on every piece , I like a lot the guitar chops, theare some intresting arrangements, as example A Kiss Before Dying. The vocal parts provided by the new focalist here - Bob Mitchell done a good job. All in all , while is far from masterpiece status, I think desearve some spins from time to time from prog metal listners. I like it, totaly gone under the radar of prog metal collectors. 3.5 stars for sure. For fans of Fates Warning, Power of Omens, Silent Lucidity, etc even Symphony X might be a reference.


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 The Dark Of The City by HIBERNAL album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.17 | 36 ratings

The Dark Of The City
Hibernal Post Rock/Math rock

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Prog Team

5 stars Mark and Rowan are back, and again the story revolves around just two characters, both played by actors who have previously been involved with Hibernal. Scott Gentle took the lead in 'Replacements', while Faleena Hopkins took a minor role in both 'Replacements' and 'After The Winter', but here things have been changed as Faleena is very much the lead. This changes the dynamic, as the script is always in the first person, so the switch to female was surprising and caught me off guard. As with the previous album there appears to be more music, which is many places is quite dramatic, and whereas I normally "see" Mark's stories in full colour, this feels far more black and white, as if it is a classic Hitchcock. Or at least if Hitchcock was directing films that would normally be called science fiction. In terms of timelines of the Hibernal world, this has more in common with 'Replacements', but more of a parallel universe to that one as opposed to the same vision.

There is an almost hypnotic state to the music, as it takes control of the senses and drags the listener into a new world, one where Moreeno the cop is undertaking a relentless search for the creature that killed her partner. By chance she comes across her new partner during the evening, and together they finish what had started a few weeks before. I still find it incredible that in so few words Mark can create a picture of Carson City ? I feel I understand both it and its underbelly, and can envisage what the characters are seeing when the final act is played out.

The post rock riffing combines with Pink Floyd stylings to create a musical soundscape that is at times at the forefront of what is happening, creating the dramatic when there are no words, and at others falling into the background so that the actors are centre stage. This isn't a concept album, nor it is a spoken book, but something that is different from both and instead is a musical radio play for the ears.

This is Mark's fourth full album (the previous three are also available in music only forms), and the fourth to which I feel I need to recommend at the very highest level. Go to his page on Bandcamp, pick any of these at random, then sit back and enjoy the experience. I can promise that you won't be disappointed.


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 After The Winter by HIBERNAL album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.27 | 24 ratings

After The Winter
Hibernal Post Rock/Math rock

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Prog Team

5 stars The synopsis of this album is "A man who transfers his thoughts and memories to a synthetic body in order to survive an apocalypse seeks to return to his human form". Yes, yet again we are in the world of Mark Healy, which is bleak and post-nuclear war, some time in the future. Rowan Salt has again joined Mark by providing bass, and it is interesting to note that Faleena Hopkins, who portrayed Sabel in 'Replacements' is back again, this time as Arsha ? the first time that one of the actors has returned. There are only two characters in this story, down from four last time and three in the debut, but in many ways, this is possibly the most compelling to date.

When listening to Mark's cinematic visions I have sometimes wondered which author he most reminds me of, but there was no debate on this one, as to me this is Stephen King and the wastelands encountered on the journey to The Tower. But, as always with Mark, there is quite a twist. If we consider this to be the third in a loosely connected trilogy taken from the same world view, albeit at different times, this is the one furthest in the future, and the one that seems to have the most music within it. There are few words in the script outside of the conversations that take place between the Arsha and the lead character, Brant, and his post rock Pink Floyd inspired soundscapes perfectly capture the mood.

This is the perfect combination of two quite different art forms, that of music and of a script spoken by professional actors, so that one enhances the other to make something so compelling that once it has started, nothing else exists. At the end of this album I felt it was more complete than 'Replacements', one where this particular chapter had come to a logical conclusion. There were questions I wanted answered, and I did want to know what happened in the future, but I also felt that the story was concise and ended in a better fashion than the last one. Compelling, enthralling, imaginative and exciting, Hibernal.


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 Between Flesh And Divine by ASIA MINOR album cover Studio Album, 1980
4.19 | 270 ratings

Between Flesh And Divine
Asia Minor Symphonic Prog

Review by ctasan

5 stars Second album from Asia Minor, released in 1980, more known than 1979's Crossing The Line, and more advanced. Released in such a time that prog was in descent, it's quite brave and quickly gets high titles. Unfortunately, few people know this, even fewer in Turkey. Fortunately, it was reissued in 2016.

"Nightwind" opens with bass and as expected; guitar, synth and flute joins with a relatively fast rhythm. Good opening, then song relaxes with synchronized guitar and piano. Soon, flute and some guitar takes you away towards ending.

"Northern Lights" is only song that has different note scale than others. Opening with keyboard, then suddenly entering guitars, then again relaxing. Good usage of synth and flute.

"Boundless" is just 3 minutes, guitars dominate this with emotional lyrics.

"Dedicace" upstands with breathtaking flute, and helper guitars. Later on, keyboard starts to dominate.

"Lost in a Dream Yell" starts with rain effect. Strange, effect continues for 2-3 minutes with playing music. Then song closes with a flute solo.

"Dreadful Memories" is the end of album, fast, and a show of bass and keyboards. A fade-out effect is present at the ending.

Conclusion: Excellent melodies everywhere, with carefully processed (sometimes two instruments together) solos and good lyrics (no Turkish here). Organ-effect keyboard is another bonus for me. Highly recommended masterpiece even for non prog listeners. 8.7/10


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  45. The Mothers Of Invention: One Size Fits All
    Frank Zappa
  46. Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory
    Dream Theater
  47. Scheherazade And Other Stories
  48. In A Silent Way
    Miles Davis
  49. The Snow Goose
  50. Octopus
    Gentle Giant
  51. The Power And The Glory
    Gentle Giant
  52. Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh
  53. Still Life
    Van Der Graaf Generator
  54. Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    Steven Wilson
  55. Rock Bottom
    Robert Wyatt
  56. A Trick Of The Tail
  57. Free Hand
    Gentle Giant
  58. Zarathustra
    Museo Rosenbach
  59. In The Land Of Grey And Pink
  60. Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
    Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso
  61. Blackwater Park
  62. Second Life Syndrome
  63. Ghost Reveries
  64. In Absentia
    Porcupine Tree
  65. The Road Of Bones
  66. Misplaced Childhood
  67. Space Shanty
  68. Fear Of A Blank Planet
    Porcupine Tree
  69. Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Emerson Lake & Palmer
  70. Acquiring The Taste
    Gentle Giant
  71. Hatfield And The North
    Hatfield And The North
  72. Viljans Öga
  73. Spectrum
    Billy Cobham
  74. The Inner Mounting Flame
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
  75. Arbeit Macht Frei
  76. Hamburger Concerto
  77. K.A
  78. Rubycon
    Tangerine Dream
  79. If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
  80. Romantic Warrior
    Return To Forever
  81. Anabelas
  82. Script For A Jester's Tear
  83. Radio Gnome Invisible Vol. 3 - You
  84. The Perfect Element - Part 1
    Pain Of Salvation
  85. Voyage Of The Acolyte
    Steve Hackett
  86. Elegant Gypsy
    Al Di Meola
  87. L'Isola Di Niente
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  88. Crimson
    Edge of Sanity
  89. Bitches Brew
    Miles Davis
  90. Remedy Lane
    Pain Of Salvation
  91. Felona E Sorona
    Le Orme
  92. Grace For Drowning
    Steven Wilson
  93. Bantam To Behemoth
    Birds And Buildings
  94. Lateralus
  95. Doomsday Afternoon
  96. Leftoverture
  97. Caravanserai
  98. Obscura
  99. Abraxas
  100. Hiromi's Sonicbloom: Time Control
    Hiromi Uehara

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