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April 2017, Best Progressive Rock Album: Detachment by Barock Project

Barock Project are a talented rock band from Modena, in Italy, which has the declared objective to mix together ’70s progressive-rock with classical music. In their musical career, which is now over 10 years long, these musicians have already released a number of studio albums and one live disc before the beautiful… 260 more words

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Sad Legend - The Revenge of Soul - South Korea

Sad Legend’s final album The Revenge of Soul from 2009 is quite a triumph. It features ridiculously atmospheric sections and vocals to die for! Naamah who composed all the tracks has a skill to slow down and bring cinematic pinnacles in sections where you would not expect them. 596 more words


Album Review: Cast - Power and Outcome

There are prog rock albums, there are concept records and there are milestones in music, combining both to an outstanding experience for musicians and fans. … 286 more words


ELO - Out of the Blue (Epic 2017 #065)

The Epic 2017 Project #065: 170306

Electric Light Orchestra – Out of the Blue (1977)

Jeff Lynne wrote the entire album in three and a half weeks after a sudden burst of creativity while hidden away in his rented chalet in the Swiss Alps. 193 more words


618. Out of the Blue - Electric Light Orchestra

Brief Background: Out of the Blue is the seventh studio album by ELO. Jeff Lynne wrote it in a remote cabin in the Swiss Alps. The double album was recorded during a two month period and released in October of 1977. 350 more words

Ranked: Muse

Formed in 1994, Muse are one of Britain’s most celebrated alternative rock acts. Demonstrating stellar progression throughout their discography, they have covered a wide and wild array of styles, from soft rock opera all the way to aggressive, robotic dubstep. 1,064 more words


Electric Light Orchestra's Summer Bash

Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) was an enduring British band that deftly combined orchestral instrumentation and infectious pop rock. Founder Jeff Lynne was principal writer and producer, leading the band through several incarnations, all influenced by The Beatles, Chuck Berry and other rock pioneers. 481 more words

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