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Love the Peter Gabriel version of Genesis.

Anyone familiar with Marillion? Their first 4 albums sound exactly like old Genesis.


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I know who Marillion is, never listened to them. Any recommendations? Iíll have to take a listen. But Iím just discovering early Genesis now. Foxtrot and Suppers Ready are all brand new to me. Loving it.


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I would get your fill of old Genesis first. Then the fact of how Marillion sounds exactly the same will be more of a shock to you....

Script From a Jester's Tear and Clutching at Straws are my favorite two Marillion albums. Sugar Mice, Heart of Lothian - some amazing stuff.


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Brian Eno's first three solo albums are brilliant. They're on heavy rotation at the moment, especially Another Green World.


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Lately, I can't stop asking Alexa to play "Let it Go" (Theme from the movie Frozen)...but...by Trick or Treat.

What an awesome take on this great song, done in a metal way, but with simply beautiful voices and a cool as frick tune and time.

Check it out. Would love to hear what peeps think.


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Just got a new copy of YesíóTalk. Seriously one of their most underrated albums, featuring the Trevor Rabin era band. Endless Dream is a modern progressive masterpiece!


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Lately I haven't been able to stop listening to the Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack. I've never considered myself a big Western/country guy, but the music in that game is flat out amazing with a eclectic collection of talent. New music by Ennio Morricone and Willie Nelson? Yes please. Johnny Cash is also featured. Also, there's some rap music by Nas and D'Angelo, but it bizarrely fits perfectly well. Last but not least is the rest of the orchestral OST which is nothing short of amazing.

For other releases, being a fan of 90s rock music I recently discovered a relatively obscure grunge band named Pet. It was co-founded by Tyler Bates with vocals by Lisa Papineau and Tori Amos as producer. Cool as hell; I'm loving it.
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Quoted from ReaperCreeper


For other releases, being a fan of 90s rock music I recently discovered a relatively obscure grunge band named Pet. It was co-founded by Tyler Bates with vocals by Lisa Papineau and Tori Amos as producer. Cool as hell; I'm loving it.


Yes, yes, and yes! 90s rock is my happy place. The greatest decade of music ever.


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Currently grooving to Dan Baird & Homeade Sinís new offering, Screamer. If any old peeps remember the Georgia Satellites back in the 80ís - thatís the guy. Guy can rock. Saw them live a couple years ago in NYC and they blew the doors off the joint!


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Currently grooving to Dan Baird & Homeade Sinís new offering, Screamer. If any old peeps remember the Georgia Satellites back in the 80ís - thatís the guy. Guy can rock. Saw them live a couple years ago in NYC and they blew the doors off the joint!


I'll have to check that out. I know the Satellites well, that's a great debut album, and their follow up was pretty good too. I know the guy who produced the first one, he's the guy who produced all of Kansas' big albums.

I know I'm 10 years late to the party on her, but I've been binging on Alison Krauss and Union Station. It should be illegal to be as talented as she is. Voice of an angel.

Been wearing out Van Morrison and Bonnie Raitt too lately...

And maybe we can jumpstart the discussion about whether it's a good or bad thing that Greta Van Fleet sounds so much like Led Zep? Personally, I like it...

AJR


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The novelty of GVF wears off pretty quickly although I havenít listened to them since last year. The songs need to be more varied in the backing music to sound more Ďoriginalí or else itís just Zep karaoke lol



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Quoted from ajr


I'll have to check that out. I know the Satellites well, that's a great debut album, and their follow up was pretty good too. I know the guy who produced the first one, he's the guy who produced all of Kansas' big albums.

I know I'm 10 years late to the party on her, but I've been binging on Alison Krauss and Union Station. It should be illegal to be as talented as she is. Voice of an angel.

Been wearing out Van Morrison and Bonnie Raitt too lately...

And maybe we can jumpstart the discussion about whether it's a good or bad thing that Greta Van Fleet sounds so much like Led Zep? Personally, I like it...

AJR

The name didnít come to me right away but youíre thinking Jeff Glixman as the producer? That took me a while, but I was a huge fan of the Satellites too!


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The name didnít come to me right away but youíre thinking Jeff Glixman as the producer? That took me a while, but I was a huge fan of the Satellites too!


Yeah, Jeff's a great guy, he lives in my town. Or he used to, I believe he spends most of the year down south now.

He also produced Paul Stanley's solo album, which I think still stands up today as really good rhythm and lead rock 'n' roll and radio worthy power ballads...


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Paul Stanley, as a friend once told me - one of the most underrated lead singers! At any rate, I got My tickets to the End of the Road tour in August. Going with my nine year old so it should be pretty special.


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By the way, the Satellites third and last album - In The Land Of Salvation and Sin - is a bonafide Classic!!! Itís tremendous, IMO.


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