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Artist: Tiles

Title: Tiles

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Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Standing Pavement Records

Catalog Number: 94001

Personnel

Paul Rarick Vocals
Mark Evans Drums, Percussion
Chris Herin Guitars, Keyboards
Jeff Whittle Bass

Special Guest
Kevin Chown Bass, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Analysis Paralysis  5:11
2.  Token Pledge  6:40
3.  Retrospect  2:12
4.  Trading Places  4:27
5.  Bridges Of Grace  4:44
6.  Dancing Dogs  5:46
7.  Scattergram  5:38
8.  Dress Rehearsal  4:56
9.  Supply And Demand  6:11
  
Total Running Time:  45:45

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From: AOR freaky Date: July 10, 2004 at 5:51
Strong debut from this excellent prog rockers ! A bit la Rush, their music is complex, but great. You have to listen several times to fulle appreciate 'em. For me, one of the leading new prog rock acts, and terribly underrated. I dare to recommended all their records, they even progressive till the day of today. Not the easiest stuff to listen to, but heavy enough to reach a lot of people !

From: juan carlos Date: March 7, 2008 at 12:54
Yep Good Prog rock album debut from Tiles. Listening Tiles, Rush and Dream Theater come to my mind. "Trading Places" by far my favorite. There are melodies, so is not too prog to my taste. 8/10


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