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Author, raconteur, curmudgeon. Lock up your mothers, and don't get any on ya.
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  1. Grimspound (hi resolution audio)
    by Big Big Train
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    Brave Captain Brave Captain
  2. Thrust
    by The James Rocket
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    My Bartender's Boyfriend My Bartender's Boyfriend
  3. Bassix (instrumental)
    by Etcetera Thesis Music
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  4. We Are Here For You b/w Derby Girl
    by The James Rocket
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    We Are Here For You We Are Here For You
  5. Drake's Progress (Deluxe 2015 Remix)
    by Lee Edward McIlmoyle w/ Drake G.
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  6. Here It Comes Again - Remix 2013
    by Etcetera Thesis Music
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  7. No One In The World
    by Etcetera Thesis Music
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  8. Here We Go Again acoustic 01
    by Etcetera
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  9. Here It Comes Again - acoustic
    by Thesis
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  10. New World (Deluxe Edition)
    by Dave Kerzner
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    Stranded (Pt 1-5) Stranded (Pt 1-5)
    A lovely ode to 70s prog, but with all the modern production touches that 70s production giants couldn't do with the tools of the day. Gorgeous sound, fantastic compositions, and pitch perfect performances from a stellar list of prog luminaries. Dave, you really did it right.
  11. English Electric: Full Power
    by Big Big Train
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    Judas Unrepentant Judas Unrepentant
    The entire two disc set is absolutely brilliant. A masterpiece. As for my favourite song, well, Judas Unrepentant is simply the catchiest piece of proper (mini-epic) Progressive Rock I've heard in many, many years. I defy people to listen to it and pretend they didn't like it.

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