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RE: prog-rock (way off-topic)
Sure, you mean projects like Praxis & Pain Killer?
On a related note, I'd say Naked City might be worth checking out.
From: Mark Sottilaro [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2002 3:05 AM
Subject: Re: prog-rock (way off-topic)
Don't forget a lot of Bill Laswell and co. stuff also can be prog-rock,
though most of it is more dance/ambient lately, his early stuff fell in
to the above genera IMO.
On Friday, March 1, 2002, at 06:42 AM, CarlJacobson@cakewalk.com wrote:
> Nice choices, I was going to suggest those. I'd also add:
> Echolyn (similar to Gentle Giant, but better production)
> Mike Patton's projects (imagine Felini playing prog-rock):
> Three Chiefs
> Mr. Bungle
> How about Radiohead? If Kid A and Amnesiac aren't progressive for a rock
> band, I don't know what is.
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> Subject: Re: prog-rock (way off-topic)
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> From: "Jimmy Fowler" <email@example.com>
> : digging for some new (new to me) progressive rock bands. i do love kc
> Ozric Tentacles.
> Porcupine Trees
> Spock's Beard
> I had a whole list of these a little while ago.