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  1. The Assassination of Julius Caesar
    by Ulver
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Rolling Stone Rolling Stone
  2. Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep
    by Spock's Beard
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Hiding Out Hiding Out
  3. Grimspound (hi resolution audio)
    by Big Big Train
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Brave Captain Brave Captain
    Big Big Train is in my opinion the best act in progressive rock today (sorry Steve Wilson, you've been dethroned). I can't believe I doubted BBT would be able to follow up "Folklore" after only a year, but they did it with "Grimpsound." It is as lush, deep, melodic, has lots of harmony, and dynamic as ever. Definitely one of their finest albums. Hint: headphone listening for this album is a must.
  4. No Fear of Looking Down
    by Jadis
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    Listen To Me Listen To Me
  5. Cocoon
    by Tiger Moth Tales
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Overture Overture
    Favorite track: Tigers in the Butter

    What a tremendous album by Pete Jones. Melodic, symphonic, grand, yet simple. Think classic Genesis with modern polish. If you like classic British prog, do yourself a favor and pick up this wonderful album. Definitely best if heard through higher grade headphones.
  6. FALL
    by Freedom To Glide
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Names In The Stone Names In The Stone
    Great follow-up to "Rain," and a solid continuation of the WWI theme. The guitar work on this album is more apparent than it was on Rain, and it doesn't disappoint. Only problem - I think the recording at the beginning of "Exit Wound" went horribly wrong. The music is forced to the side channel, and I think I hear the voice of a modern sat-nav system telling someone where to turn, which is awfully out of place for an album set in WWI. Hopefully they can fix this and reissue it.
  7. The Unreasonable Silence
    by Cosmograf
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    Relativity Relativity
    It's very difficult to say this, but of Robin's last three Cosmograf albums, I believe this is the weakest. That said, it's still a tremendous neo-prog album compared to all the garbage that's out there, so it is enjoyable, but Robin's quality is usually a notch above what I'm hearing on this album. The issue is lack of melody. I don't find myself whistling or humming parts of this album like I do its two predecessors. Hopefully his next effort steps up on the melodies and songwriting.
  8. Disconnected
    by Airbag
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    Killer Killer
    Surprisingly (since all previous albums are tremendous), I think this is Airbag's best album yet. Mixing and mastering are marvelous, songwriting well thought-out, plenty of harmony, melody, and energy. Bjorn Riis in particular really shines throughout the album. Nice work, Airbag! Keep it going...
  9. Capacitor
    by Cosmograf
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Fear Created The Fear Created
  10. Folklore
    by Big Big Train
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Folklore Folklore
    In case you've been living under a rock, Big Big Train is possibly the fastest growing progressive rock band in existence. Whereas most prog rockers hit us with quality recordings that remain consistent, BBT's ability to improve on each subsequent release is squarely manifested in Folklore, their best album yet. From cover to cover it is concise, energetic, harmonious, and melodic - you absolutely can't go wrong with this release.
  11. Loving on Standby
    by ISOS
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    Loving on Standby (Part 1): I'll be waiting Loving on Standby (Part 1): I'll be waiting
    If you were to mix the softer side of Riverside and some of the aggression from the debut by Demians, Isos is what would come out the other end. Except for "Relapse," the only song I don't like, the rest of the album is lush, melodic, well-produced, and impeccably executed. Definitely a great new find!