prog_89
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Join date: Nov 2005
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#2
just thought there should be a thread actually about progressive
NineInchNails_0
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#3
Well, if you like these bands, then you should know I'm UG's prog-whore. Especially when it comes to King Crimson

There should be an official Progressive rock thread.
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#5
I'll take Rush and Yes over either anyday
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prog_89
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#7
somthing about geddy's voice some rush is great though. crimson is the best
torturer6067
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#12
alltought i have all thair albums i just dont like them way too experimental for my taste and not that perfect
prog_89
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#13
you think being in a prog room you would like experimental... aw well to each his own, pt's live show is incredible that screen thats set behind them adds alot to the experiance that and the *cough *cough substances.
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#14
Porcupine Tree are AMAZING.
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torturer6067
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#15
prog_89 its not thai way of experimental theyre too much like raw or how should i say not perfectionists+ they have alot of weird sounds they not the kind of prog i like, its the same with rush
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#17
hey guys, can you recomend me some good albums of king crimson and porcupine tree
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