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The Pineapple Thief
Your Wilderness is the eleventh studio album by British rock band The Pineapple Thief. The album features guest musicians including Gavin Harrison, John Helliwell, and Geoffrey Richardson.
Wisdom of Crowds
March of Ghosts
March of Ghosts is the seventh studio album by Norwegian rock band Gazpacho. The album was released worldwide on March 22, 2012 by Kscope.
Building An Empire
Lunatic Soul is the first solo album by Riverside's vocalist and bass guitarist Mariusz Duda released under the name Lunatic Soul.
Second Life Syndrome
Second Life Syndrome is the second full-length album by progressive rock band Riverside, released on October 31, 2005.
This second release garnered quite as much praise as Out of Myself and was released on the large prog rock label Inside Out Music. Second Life Syndrome has a noticeably more raw and heavy feel than Out of Myself which in general was much more laid back and mellow. The title track has been said in one radio interview to be one of the best songs to sum up Riverside's sound. The song contains three parts: A slightly aggressive first part, a mellow and quiet second part, and an instrumental third part. This album is the second part of the Reality Dream trilogy which would explain the first and last track's titles; Second Life Syndrome comes after Out of Myself but before Rapid Eye Movement.
As of March 2009, the album is #43 on Metal Storm's Top 100 albums of all-time list.
Former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy named Second Life Syndrome one of his favourite albums of 2005.
Blackfield II is the second studio album by Blackfield. It was recorded in both Tel Aviv and London, and was released on 13 February 2007 in Europe and 6 March 2007 in the US.
We Put Out Records launched a media site relating to the US release of this record.
"End of the World" is a cover of an older song in Hebrew, performed by Geffen and Berry Sakharof. Hebrew versions of "1,000 People" and "Epidemic" were included in Geffen's album from 2006, "Im Hazman". A demo version of "Where Is My Love?" was released on the bonus disc of the limited edition of Blackfield's first album.
"Christenings" was originally written for Porcupine Tree's 2005 album Deadwing but was never released. Richard Barbieri and Gavin Harrison are both featured on this track.
Hand. Cannot. Erase.
Hand. Cannot. Erase. is the fourth solo studio album by English musician Steven Wilson. The album was released on 27 February 2015 through Kscope.
Lightdark is the second album of the Italian progressive rock band Nosound. This is the first official studio album to include members other than the founder Giancarlo Erra, originally released through Burning Shed in February 2009.
The album was released a third time under the Kscope label in September 2009. Nosound signed with the label with an agreement to re-release Lightdark with a special second CD titled Clouds which includes an additional track unavailable on the download version. The CD also included a new booklet of photos and a promo video that were not available on the original release.
The album was re-released as a CD + DVD-Audio/Video set under the Kscope label in 2013 and contains the original album in high resolution stereo and 5.1 mixes, 24 pages photographic booklet with reworked artwork and sleeve notes. It also includes three bonus tracks from the Clouds CD above.
Also for the 2013 release, a heavyweight double-vinyl version of the album was produced. Early orders included a free A4 signed print
All music and lyrics written by Giancarlo Erra, except track 5 which was co-written and co-produced by Tim Bowness.
Black Plastic Sun
In Absentia is the seventh studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, first released on 24 September 2002. The album marked several changes for the band, with it being the first with new drummer Gavin Harrison and the first to move into a more heavy metal and progressive metal direction, contrary to past albums' psychedelic and pop rock sounds. Additionally, it was their first release on a major record label, Lava Records. It was very well received critically and commercially, with it often being considered the band's crowning achievement, and selling over triple what any of the band's prior albums had in the past.
Office of Strategic Influence
Office of Strategic Influence is the first studio album by American progressive rock band OSI, released by InsideOut Music on February 18, 2003. The album was recorded in June 2002 and mixed in August 2002 at the Carriage House Studios in Stamford, Connecticut.
Fates Warning guitarist Jim Matheos originally recruited Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy to work on a progressive metal album. When keyboardist and vocalist Kevin Moore joined the project, the musical direction of the album changed to become more focused on soundscapes and composition than musicianship. Sean Malone and Steven Wilson also performed on the album.
The album is named after the Office of Strategic Influence, an organization set up after the September 11 attacks to spread misinformation and plant false news items in the media, among other functions. The Office was shut after The New York Times published a story on it; many of its operations were transferred to the Information Operations Task Force. The album's lyrics were written by Moore in reaction to the September 11 attacks.
Critical reception of the album was generally positive, praising the band's musicianship.
The Audio Guide to Happiness (Part II)
A Natural Disaster / Judgement
Schoolyard Ghosts (Remaster)
Schoolyard Ghosts is the name of the sixth studio album by British art rock band No-Man.
Recorded in the UK, France, Sweden and the USA and released on 12 May 2008, the album features contributions from Bruce Kaphan, drummers Pat Mastelotto and Gavin Harrison, saxophonist/flautist Theo Travis, and the London Session Orchestra arranged by Dave Stewart.
In his online diary Tim Bowness mentions that, despite following a difficult year and being typically melancholy in places, the tone of the album is more optimistic than anything the band have done before. He also says "All Sweet Things" and "Truenorth" are perhaps the pinnacle of the band's achievements.
A promotional Schoolyard Ghosts microsite was created by the band's label, K-Scope. It first featured a music video for "Truenorth – Part Two" which was thereafter replaced for a video of the song "Wherever There Is Light". No-Man fan site "A Confession" has also created a dedicated Schoolyard Ghosts microsite featuring the video for "Truenorth – Part Two" and album lyrics. The No-Man MySpace page also includes extracts from the album.
Beneath the Dark Wide Sky
Dream the Electric Sleep
Life... And All It Entails
World Through My Eyes
Forever Comes to an End
Storm Corrosion (Special Edition)
Storm Corrosion is the self-titled debut album of the musical collaboration between Mikael Åkerfeldt, frontman of Opeth, and Steven Wilson, former frontman of Porcupine Tree. The album was released on May 7, 2012 by Roadrunner Records.
Lost in the Ghost Light
Lighthouse is the third studio album by Russian chamber progressive band iamthemorning. It was released on April 1, 2016 through Kscope. It features several guest musicians, including Gavin Harrison and Colin Edwin from Porcupine Tree, as well as Mariusz Duda from Riverside. The album was primarily recorded at Murder Mile Studios in London and Mosfilm Studios in Moscow, mixed at Murder Mile Studio, mastered by Marcel van Limbeek and Neil Pickles at Reveal Sound Studios in London and produced by iamthemorning. The album was premiered by AllMusic on March 30, 2016.
On September 1, Lighthouse won album of the year at TeamRock's 2016 Progressive Music Awards.
Dead Air for Radios
Dead Air for Radios studio album by Kevin Moore, under the musical moniker Chroma Key. It was released through Fight Evil Records on December 16, 1998. The album was recorded by Steve Tushar at Bill's Place Rehearsal Studio in Hollywood, mixed by both Steve Tushar and Kevin Moore with final mastering by Eddy Schreyer. Since its release the album has sold around 10,000 copies.
Pain Of Salvation
Remedy Lane is the fourth album by Swedish progressive rock band Pain of Salvation, released in Spring 2002. It is a concept album focusing on a character's search for self-discovery. It was described by Allmusic as Pain of Salvation's breakthrough album.
The Man Left in Space
Fog Electric - Extended Edition
North Atlantic Oscillation
A Murder of Crows
A Murder of Crows is the second full-length studio album by the progressive metal band Deadsoul Tribe, released on 28 July 2003 by InsideOut Music. This time the entire band has come to play for the album with the addition of Roland Kerschbaumer for rhythm guitar and replaced Volker Wilschko to guitar. The song, "Time" is the bonus track for the limited edition which comes in a slipcase.
Malina is the fifth studio album by Norwegian progressive music band Leprous, released on 25 August 2017 through Inside Out Music.
Malina is the first album to feature Robin Ognedal on guitar, and the first not to feature former guitarist Øystein Landsverk, who left the band after 13 years.
IDMEN is the second full-length album by the Polish rock band Indukti.
Album is a metaphorical tale of human struggle with destiny, faith, daily life, nature and himself. The album's title is taken from mermaids' song from XII Book of Homer's Odyssey and means "we know" or "we've seen":
ἴδμεν γάρ τοι πάνθ' ὅσ' ἐνὶ Τροίῃ εὐρείῃ
Ἀργεῖοι Τρῶές τε θεῶν ἰότητι μόγησαν,
ἴδμεν δ', ὅσσα γένηται ἐπὶ χθονὶ πουλυβοτείρῃ.
The song Tusan Homichi Tuvota, sung and with lyrics by Nils Frykdahl from Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, is based on an old Hopi tale transcribed by Edward A. Kennard and Albert Yava, and published in 1944 by the Education Division of the United States Indian Service.
The album cover contains a painting by Justyn Parafianowicz
All That You Fear Is Gone
Meller Golyzniak Duda
A Tour of Two Cities (Live)
No One's Words
No One's Words is the name of the debut album by Israeli progressive rock act Ephrat. The album was produced by Omer Ephrat and mixed/mastered by Steven Wilson.
Hammer And Anvil
Pure Reason Revolution
Hammer and Anvil is the third full-length album by British progressive rock band Pure Reason Revolution, released by Superball Music on 15 October 2010 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 18 October in the rest of Europe, and October 25 in the United States. According to Rock Sound, in Hammer and Anvil, "the band have retained most of their heavy hooks to create a great crossover record. A track like 'Last Man Last Round' will fit into many Pendulum fans' heads, whereas their progressive elements are still prevalent in 'Open Insurrection'". The album was new for the band in that all songs were co-written and co-produced by Tom Bellamy, an ex-member of the band The Cooper Temple Clause. Bellamy has full writing credit for the first track, 'Fight Fire'. Jon Courtney shares credit on all other tracks.
Faced with Rage
Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me (Bonus Track Version)
The Mute Gods
Do Nothing till You Hear from Me is the first studio album by The Mute Gods, the band formed by Nick Beggs, Roger King and Marco Minnemann. The album was released on 22 January 2016 through InsideOut.
Under the Same Sky (Deluxe Edition)
Leaving Eden is the fourth album by the UK band Antimatter. It was released on 13 April 2007. It also marks the first Antimatter album to be written entirely by Mick Moss since the departure of Duncan Patterson two years earlier.
Memory & Meaning
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