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Chefyego

  1. Dunfermline, UK
  2. Rock
  1. collection 37
  2. wishlist 52
  3. followers 7
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  1. Burned Out Heart and Other Assorted Breakup Songs
    by Fernando Perdomo
    00:00/00:00
    Burned Out Heart Burned Out Heart
  2. The Resurrection of Ants
    by Life On Mars
    00:00/00:00
    I'm Alright I'm Alright
    this is a superd cd. its like listening to a new version of David Bowies Ziggy era
    with a touch of classic rock and real raw vocals
    i heard his 1st cd and it amazed me
    this guy has been around for years and using. every millimetre of his long history and knowledge and has given me me 2 brilliant albums so far. Just perfect for chilling or ya wanna join in (like me)
    Listen I DARE YOU
  3. SΔCRED ΔPE
    by SACRED APE
    00:00/00:00
    Horn Horn
    ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT
    John continues to suprise me with his expertise and imagination with instruments
    This time he has gone back to the electronic age of the 80's. Track 1 took me right back to those awesome cheesy 80's scifi films cartoons ect
    The whole album is a reminder that everthing is here just you have forgotten
  4. Erudite Stoner
    by Erudite Stoner
    00:00/00:00
    Waiting for the storm Waiting for the storm
  5. Far
    by Life On Mars
    00:00/00:00
    Hurricane Jane Hurricane Jane
  6. Reframe EP
    by Flicker Rate
    00:00/00:00
    Spectrum Spectrum
    THIS young lad is a genius the future is safe in his hands.
    He has a gift and it shows here
  7. Progotronics I
    by Prog Sphere Promotions
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    Signals of Bedlam - The Fix Signals of Bedlam - The Fix
    a good mixture of all types of Prog
    I personally love Traditional Prog but love the modern experimentation that is out there
    love these tracks and Progstavaganza for showing then to me via their app
    Keep it up guys. And all the bands they put on show keep it up folks
  8. Blank
    by Pregnant Whale Pain
    00:00/00:00
    How To Ruin Her Makeup How To Ruin Her Makeup
  9. Nothing
    by Dave Kerzner
    00:00/00:00
    Nothing (Radio Edit) Nothing (Radio Edit)
  10. Dark Matter
    by Dark Matter
    00:00/00:00
    The Children Of Tomorrow The Children Of Tomorrow
    I was reconmended this boys by another group. I dont usually buy before i try reconmendations but i had a good feeling
    They remind me of Black Sabbath with some blues/stoner rock like back in the late 70's. Fantastic feeling and sound blending i think their own influences with old sounds. With basic sounding feeling no future sounding crap here
    Worth every penny cheers boys x
  11. Wood Lane
    by Dark Matter
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    Wood Lane Wood Lane
    Woke this morning to the NEW Dark Matter album. Straight to DOWLOAD for train comute
    Spluttering of Hawkwind, early Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, a little late 80s Northern rockish sound in there i think
    They wouldnt go a miss at the original Woodstock
    i love this even after 1st play
    Cant decide a favourite track really
  12. Fractals: A Shadow out of Lights
    by Frozen Sand
    00:00/00:00
    Perfect Inspiration Perfect Inspiration
    Frozen Heart here boys
    You guys have nailed it
    Great sounding album
    Great story
    Amazing vocals and piano work
    I dont think... no i know there is no bad sound or song on this album
    Perfect for my evening runs
  13. Live From The Byre
    by John Bassett
    00:00/00:00
    Nothing Sacred Nothing Sacred
    John John John
    What are you doing to me. This is a classic collection
    Love the fact you have done it in the barn. Almost haunting. Think you should habe more of the back ground creaking more and louder through the songs it would have been more eiri
    Shivvers down my spine
    All in all i love it
  14. Free Sampler
    by Fluttery Records
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    City Speak City Speak
    i couldnt pin point a certain track that i enjoyed the most
    they were all fantastic in their own way
    i was out jogging 10k when i listened to it the 1st time
    they are unique intheir own way
    which i would recomend this album
    well done to all of you
  15. Prelude
    by Frozen Sand
    00:00/00:00
    Chronicle I - Chronomentrophobia Chronicle I - Chronomentrophobia
    Brilliant ep
    they show much talent for the future. would love to see them live and hear them in a raw state
    i believe they about to release a full album soom. I have heard a snipet of a new song and its awesome
  16. The Dark of the City
    by Hibernal
    00:00/00:00
    The Dark of the City The Dark of the City
    Woke this morning to find the NEW album released and ready to download
    Done
    Well what can i say. Again another great story and friggin awesome guitaring. He writes good music and storys as good as his Books. Made my train commute easy
    Gonna enjoy this while on my jog
  17. Hearth and Ale
    by Gandalf's Fist
    00:00/00:00
    Put this on your Xmas party mix. I love it
    Great winter ale pub drinking song
  18. New World
    by Dave Kerzner
    00:00/00:00
    Into The Sun Into The Sun
  19. III
    by Arcade Messiah
    00:00/00:00
    Revolver Revolver
  20. The First Lamplighter (Memories of Nuclear Snow) - Single Version
    by Gandalf's Fist
    00:00/00:00
  21. Oblivion
    by The Shadow Principle
    00:00/00:00
    When the Sun Appears When the Sun Appears
  22. The Perfect Map
    by Elephants of Scotland
    00:00/00:00
    Random Earth Random Earth
    i heard of these guys from a facebook acquantance in America
    And i was impressed with this recommendation. Was curious seeing as im from Scotland it was ironoc really
    Have to say i was impressed it reminds me of 80's style prog which i sorely miss. Love Sun-dipped Orphans its a classic style i wanted to hear
    If you enjoyed Yes ELP Pallas and very early Marillion this is a band for you
    Dam i should have ordered a tshirt when i ordered the cd
  23. First Light
    by Bosphorus
    00:00/00:00
    Concieve Concieve
  24. Aperture
    by John Bassett
    00:00/00:00
    Jenna Jenna
    Another stunning collection on this EP
    John continues to suprise me still. Never been dissapointed and this proves he is just starting

    Break The Wall is a masterpeice Joy in Despair is brilliant and i'm really impressedby Jenna and Awaiting
    Whats Johns next level we'll have to wait and see
  25. Replacements
    by Hibernal
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    Replacements Part I Replacements Part I
    As prog rock goes i cant give you a specific favourite track. Its like seeing your fave movie and told to pick one scene its impossible
    Fantastic peice of workmanship
    scifi/storytelling/music .I find relaxing by myself with my headphones on with a wee bourbon n a small beer and my eyes shut
    Its fantastic to be honest
    Keep it up
    Would go well with Arcad Messiah and Gandalfs Fist on stage
  26. Progstravaganza I-IX
    by Prog Sphere Promotions
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    Flor de Loto - Madre Tierra Flor de Loto - Madre Tierra
    just goes to show. how many bands are out there need to be showcased
    well done to Progsphere for this 79 band collection
    i love every track
    from pure old prog to new prog. some blended with a little jazz/funck/rock vibe
    so much talent
    so little time
    thanks again Progsphere
  27. After the Winter (Instrumental)
    by Hibernal
    00:00/00:00
    After the Winter (Instrumental) After the Winter (Instrumental)
    fantastic album. this young talent should be heard by everybody
    i listen to it on my daily train commute after work to relax me
    im gonna look into his other stuff i love instrumental albums it can show the veritlity of the artist
    not just a pretty face or excellent voice. the person can really play that instument
  28. Progstravaganza XX: Landmarks
    by Prog Sphere Promotions
    00:00/00:00
    Jason Rubenstein - Walking on Hot Sand Jason Rubenstein - Walking on Hot Sand
    Lovin this album. Have to buy more as the selection of bands to hear is amazing. The usual media outlets dont mention these bands unless their supporting a big name
    I will have to pay more as i think my few Euros isnt justifying my enjoyment
    ProgSphere are an amazing bunch doing this. Keep up the good work

    Big Love
    stephen
  29. V-Device - Vidana
    by Prog Sphere Promotions
    00:00/00:00
    Known Torture Known Torture
    cant choose a favourite track sorry to say
    But if you like AOR Prog Classic Rock or even Pearl Jam. You want go wrong here. These guys are brilliant
    They sound fresh and a young band that have done there stint in different areas
  30. II
    by Arcade Messiah
    00:00/00:00
    Read The Sky Read The Sky
    Pre-ordered this album and arrived today
    Its fantastic John is a master of the guitar and an amazing inventive composer
    I cant chose a single track to stand out as they all are amazing and have their own merit
  31. Deathlike
    by Ancient VVisdom
    00:00/00:00
    Deathlike Deathlike
  32. Demons Of The AstroWaste
    by Unleash The Archers
    00:00/00:00
    Dawn Of Ages Dawn Of Ages
    i heard the 1st track of Astrowaste and looked on Youtube
    And on the stregnth of 1 song and video i bought the album
    I wasnt wrong these guys (n girl) are awesome
    I play it alot when i'm out for a jog or had a shit day
    The strenth/conviction and belief in there music is truly amazing
    I hope they come to Scotland as i will be there in the front row
    Gonna buy another album of theirs now

    slim69x
  33. Just A Days Work
    by Brute Tiger
    00:00/00:00
    love these songs. im not a rock n roll fan but AOR and Progrock
    but these 2 songs shouted at me and i thoroughly enjoyed them start to finish
    i hope they release more stuff soon
    appears in 1 other collection
  34. Pulling Me In
    by Brute Tiger
    00:00/00:00
    appears in 1 other collection
  35. wearewhoweare
    by Pallas
    00:00/00:00
    New Life New Life
  36. Arcade Messiah
    by Arcade Messiah
    00:00/00:00
    Your Best Line Of Defence Is Obscurity Your Best Line Of Defence Is Obscurity
    This is an awesome album. The minute i heard a preview i just bought it.
    John Basset is a rare find and his music is the same. I'm looking forward to his followup
    Well i got the follow up 11 on day of released signed. Brilliant cd i wasnt dissapointed moving haunting joyfull unbelievable master of writting classics
    I also enjoyed The 4 Horseman is a masterpeice
  37. Steve Rothery band Live in Plovdiv
    by Steve Rothery
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    White Pass White Pass