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Album PORCUPINE TREE Recordings (2001)
PORCUPINE TREE (UNITED KINGDOM)
Recordings (2001)
4/5
4.2/5
SNAPPER / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Closer to the dark and atmospheric atmosphere of the beginnings of Porcupine Tree, "Recordings" is a kind of testimony of a bygone era for this unusual band.
BATRIC - 29/08/2003
Album YES Magnification (2001)
YES (UNITED KINGDOM)
Magnification (2001)
5/5
4.2/5
EAGLE ROCK ENTERTAINMENT / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Marriage between melodic progressive rock and symphonic orchestra, "Magnification" confirms the return of Yes on the front of the progressive scene.
BATRIC - 26/02/2004
Album RETROSPECTIVE Introvert (2022)
RETROSPECTIVE (POLAND)
Introvert (2022)
5/5
4/5
AUTOPRODUCTION / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 4 com(s)
Retrospective is the archetype of the classy and intoxicating progressive rock band and proves it once again with this "Introvert" to discover urgently.
PROGRACER - 02/02/2023
Album ECHOLYN Suffocating The Bloom (2001)
ECHOLYN (UNITED STATES)
Suffocating The Bloom (2001)
4/5
3/5
VELVETEEN / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Suffocating the bloom" appears not only as one of the best American progressive rock albums of the 90's, but also as Echolyn's best calling card.
ALADDIN_SANE - 04/02/2006
Album HAMADRYAD Conservation Of Mass (2001)
HAMADRYAD (CANADA)
Conservation Of Mass (2001)
5/5
4/5
UNICORN DIGITAL / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Influenced by the great progressive artists and especially Yes, Hamadryad offers us however a personal and well constructed "Conservation of Mass" which quickly becomes addictive as the listening goes on.
PETER HACKETT - 20/02/2004
Album TRANSATLANTIC Bridge Across Forever (2001)
TRANSATLANTIC (UNITED STATES)
Bridge Across Forever (2001)
4/5
4.3/5
INSIDEOUT MUSIC / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Second album of the supergroup Transatlantic, "Bridge Across Forever" is neither better nor worse than the previous one, but rather subtly different.
BATRIC - 29/08/2003
Album KANSAS Somewhere To Elsewhere (2000)
KANSAS (UNITED STATES)
Somewhere To Elsewhere (2000)
4/5
3.8/5
MAGNA CARTA / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
'Somewhere To Elsewhere' is a beautiful swan song that revives the great hours of Kansas
ABADDON - 04/11/2011
Album RPWL God Has Failed (2000)
RPWL (GERMANY)
God Has Failed (2000)
5/5
4.6/5
TEMPUS FUGIT / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Cover band of Pink Floyd, RPWL has for originality to propose in this "God Has Failed" original compositions and not simple covers of their favorite group.
BATRIC - 02/11/2003
 
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