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Eloy: The Vision, The Sword And The Pyre - Part I

German progressive rock band Eloy released their 18th studio album and it’s the latest of a number of concept albums, this one about the legend of Joan Of Arc. "The Vision, The Sword And The Pyre" is starting a new chapter that brings back the big soundscapes that are so typical for this band, being also one pillar for this impressive rock opera. This is part 1 of the concept.

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Styx: The Mission

Styx's The Mission is their first studio album of new music in 14 Years. This is a return to the band's progressive rock roots, complete with a courageous and visionary concept about colonizing Mars! It has a coherent story and recurring hooks. Styx have not only produced an outstanding album, but one of the finest albums of their entire career.

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Steven Wilson: To The Bone

Using driving futurist rock and spectral electronics to elegiac hyper-space ambience and dizzying, squalling guitars, To The Bone show that catchy, pop based material can still be written with depth and substance, and it does so brilliantly. In the world of modern progressive rock and metal, there are few who are as well known, respected, and revered as Steven Wilson.

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Procol Harum: Novum

Fifty years after "Whiter Shade of Pale" introduced the concept of progressive rock, Procol Harum roll on, even with singer and pianist Gary Brooker as the only remaining original member. Novum is their first new studio album in 14 years. This is the sound of a working band, not a tired reunion project. Novum is far better than anyone had any right to expect: It's energetic, hungry, and swaggering.

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Mike Oldfield: Return To Ommadawn

Return to Ommadawn is the twenty-sixth studio album by Mike Oldfield. It is a sequel to his third album, Ommadawn (1975). This is probably Mike Oldfield's best work since his 1978 Incantations release. Mike Oldfield has embraced a number of styles over the years, including pop songs, orchestral music (Music of the Spheres) and a highly credible rock album (Man on the Rocks).

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Jean-Michel Jarre: Oxygene 3

40 years after the huge international impact of Oxygene, and 20 years from its second volume Oxygene 7-13, Jean-Michel Jarre is fulfilling a trilogy of albums with Oxygene 3, containing seven newly composed pieces, consistently titled parts 14-20. His inspiration for the newly added parts on Oxygene 3 was not to go back in time, but to add a sense of “now” to his iconic piece of work.

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