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Crippled Black Phoenix - "Scared and Alone" (video) (premiere)

Crippled Black Phoenix releases new video for "Scared and Alone", a key track from the Bronze LP.

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I've Seen All Good People: An Interview with Yes

One day, Jon Davison was singing in a Yes tribute band. Then, he actually became the touring lead singer of Yes. Now, he shares his tale, along with how he and the band prepping to play three albums in full every night of their upcoming tour ...

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...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead: Lost Songs

It's not difficult to admire ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead's tenacity ten years after Source Tags & Codes, but it's still evident that they haven't found their footing since.

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Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Recordings

If you haven’t heard a lot of Roxy Music but you love glam, prog or new wave, this collection is a great introduction to a band that took on all those genres simultaneously and influenced an entire generation of musicians.

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Eivind Opsvik: Overseas IV

Opsvik's latest constructs a strange path that's as rewarding as it is surprising.

Justin Cober-Lake
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The Decemberists: We All Raise Our Voices to the Air (Live Songs 04.11-08.11)

We All Raise Our Voices to the Air is a sterling live document of a band at the peak of their powers showcasing just how good they really are.

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Field Music: Plumb

Thorny, twisty abstract pop that mistrusts the concept of "pleasure".

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Ozric Tentacles: Paper Monkeys

Paper Monkeys, though nothing new for these prog standbys, is proof that they're still doing what they do best, even after 16 studio releases.

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Emerson Lake & Palmer: Live at Nassau Coliseum '78

Everyday mediocrities may be swept away by time, but great atrocities must never be forgotten.

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Cathedral: Keep 'em Guessing

Instead of carrying on with the same old doom metal, Cathedral mastermind Lee Dorrian decided to pull out all the stops. The result is a lavish double album that will befuddle some and enthrall many.

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Best of the Test (vol.1): Bowie, Magazine, King Crimson, Orange Juice

A look at some of the most memorable performances from the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test television program.

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Shark Move: Ghede Chokras

There's something ineffably charming about this unabashed flower-child music with its whales and butterflies, and not even aged source vinyl can ruin it.

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The Bad Plus: Prog

Jazz trio covers Tears for Fears without irony, Bowie with care, and outdoes Rush's "Tom Sawyer" with their originals. No jazz album this year even comes cloes.

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