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A PERFECT CIRCLE – EAT THE ELEPHANT: Not only did they manage to release their first new album in 14 years, but they got the jump on singer Maynard’s other band Tool!
ARCANE ROOTS – MELANCHOLIA HYMNS: The Kingston Upon Thames trio turned left-field to a more proggy electronica sound with their second full-length offering.
TONY BANKS – FIVE: Of all Banks’ classical excursions, his latest recalls his symphonic heights with Genesis more than any other.
PAUL DRAPER – SPOOKY ACTION: The former Mansun singer expounded on that band’s progressive tendencies for his first solo venture.
PETER HAMMILL – FROM THE TREES: The Van der Graaf Generator singer continued his expansive solo career with these thoughtful meditations on ageing and relationships.
GLEB KOLYADIN – GLEB KOLYADIN: The pianist from iamthemorning struck out on his own solo trail, with some help from Steve Hogarth, Theo Travis, Nick Beggs and more…
LEPROUS – MALINA: The Norwegian’s fifth album continues moving the band in an ever proggier path. No harsh vocals for the first time.
LIFESIGNS – CARDINGTON: The melodic British prog rockers returned with a second collection of material, inspired by the huge airship hangers at the titular Cardington.
TANGERINE DREAM – QUANTUM GATE: Carrying on after the passing of founder Edgar Froese, and at Froese’s request, the current line-up of the band did their former leader proud.
STEVEN WILSON – TO THE BONE: There was slight shift in sound with Wilson’s fifth solo album, but it was still, very much progressive music he took to No.3 in the UK album charts.
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