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the real problem with prog rawk, is it lacks humour



bm leaves forum to form prog rawk band.....just need a drummer with a big beard and a singer dressed as a flower :D


Tell that to Peter Gabriel when he was in Genesis :shock:

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:D I have got around 137 album cds (soon to become 140), various compilations, something in the region of 20 cd singles/ep's (with another one to add soon), All the DVD's they have ever released, which I think is about 10, with of course Astoria 2007 to add to that soon. Also I have all their albums up to Rockoon on vinyl plus several singles on vinyl too. I also have all the films they have done music to on DVD that are currently available which is probably around 12 or 13. It is still not enough 'cause I just want more and more and more!!! :D

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:D I have got around 137 album cds (soon to become 140), various compilations, something in the region of 20 cd singles/ep's (with another one to add soon), All the DVD's they have ever released, which I think is about 10, with of course Astoria 2007 to add to that soon. Also I have all their albums up to Rockoon on vinyl plus several singles on vinyl too. I also have all the films they have done music to on DVD that are currently available which is probably around 12 or 13. It is still not enough 'cause I just want more and more and more!!! :D



So you have a very tolerant wife to :lol: :wink:

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My collections just as bad we bought a new sideboard type unit and my Td collection takes up around half of it :shock:

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I added Sheperds Bush, Dreamtime, DM2.1 and 40 Years Roadmap to my collection. And offcourse i ordered Summer in Nagasaki, Bells of Accra and the London Astoria DVD.

I'm now thinking about getting "The Keep" TD Version from Ebay,
just wonder if it's worth the effort.


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I added Sheperds Bush, Dreamtime, DM2.1 and 40 Years Roadmap to my collection. And offcourse i ordered Summer in Nagasaki, Bells of Accra and the London Astoria DVD.

I'm now thinking about getting "The Keep" TD Version from Ebay,
just wonder if it's worth the effort.


Dont hesitate to purchase The Keep, an outstanding soundtrack IMHO :wink: 8)

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I added Sheperds Bush, Dreamtime, DM2.1 and 40 Years Roadmap to my collection. And offcourse i ordered Summer in Nagasaki, Bells of Accra and the London Astoria DVD.

I'm now thinking about getting "The Keep" TD Version from Ebay,
just wonder if it's worth the effort.


Dont hesitate to purchase The Keep, an outstanding soundtrack IMHO :wink: 8)

Bit of a tough one this. I love the album but there are many TD fans who don't and the music on the CD is very different to what was in the original film.


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I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.


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I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.

Never bought a TD CD that I wanted to part with.


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I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.

Never bought a TD CD that I wanted to part with.


Same here good or bad hence the ridiculous amount of music in my collection :shock:

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I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.

Never bought a TD CD that I wanted to part with.


Even Dead Solid Perfect :arrow:

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I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.

Never bought a TD CD that I wanted to part with.


Even Dead Solid Perfect :arrow:

Not a fan of Dead Solid Perfect it has to be said. Not because the music is cr*p but because there are some good ideas there that aren't developed. I find it really irritating when your just getting into a track and it finishes. :evil: It could have done with a bit of input from TD before its release, with some of the shorter tracks worked up into Suites.

No, won't be parting with Dead Solid Perfect any time soon.


...I'd lose my Completist tag. :wink:


You still got your copy Colin?


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Chris Monk wrote:
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Chris Monk wrote:
Art_of_Fantasy wrote:
I Won this auction and made myself a promise.

Get the TD special CD's as soon as they are in the Eastgate shop.

Never bought a TD CD that I wanted to part with.


Even Dead Solid Perfect :arrow:

Not a fan of Dead Solid Perfect it has to be said. Not because the music is cr*p but because there are some good ideas there that aren't developed. I find it really irritating when your just getting into a track and it finishes. :evil: It could have done with a bit of input from TD before its release, with some of the shorter tracks worked up into Suites.

No, won't be parting with Dead Solid Perfect any time soon.


...I'd lose my Completist tag. :wink:


You still got your copy Colin?



Yes Chris,still got my copy and also a russian release of it,but it dont get much airing :wink:

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DSP seems to be a demo & ideas recording for other projects that some one thought was complete and rushed off to the pressing plant, before EF could say It aint done yet !.

The Mrs really likes this CD, for me the tracks are just to short ! a job for Quinoa ?


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DSP seems to be a demo & ideas recording for other projects that some one thought was complete and rushed off to the pressing plant, before EF could say It aint done yet !.

The Mrs really likes this CD, for me the tracks are just to short ! a job for Quinoa ?


Got to agree Tim about the length of the tracks,you are just starting to get into a piece tap the foot etc and its finished :roll: very frustrating :arrow:

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