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Category: Progressive Hard RocK
Label: Apollon International
Catalog Number: APCY-8248
|2.||Elephants On Tightrope|
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|From: hun gary||Date: April 9, 2005 at 10:28|
|Absolutely unknown (or forgotten) gem. Cannot be described by words and I don't know who to advise it ... Progressive, but not in a 'virtuoso' way. The only word comes to my mind is: CLEAN. What does it mean? Duttch guys created something strange and beautiful. Try to get hold of it if you are open for new things. 9/10|
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|From: Jez||Date: April 9, 2005 at 11:25|
|Someone else who owns this one!!!!. My copy I got in '96' but is on the excellent (but now long gone) Dutch label, SI, who also released some other good prog bands back then, including Timelock, Ywis, PTS, amongst others. This is similar in style to those, easily accessible Prog rock with MR elements in the songs, so should appeal to a more crossover audience. Have never seen this one since, so don't know how easy it is to get, so if you see it, blag it, as it is a good one to have.|
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