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The biggest super group of Progressive Rock players ever assembled and one of the most talked about releases of 2012 finally arrives on vinyl!
Features performances by John Wetton (Asia), Tony Levin (King Crimson), Jerry Goodman (Mahavishnu Orchestra), Richard Page (Mr. Mister), Geoff Downes (Yes/Asia), Alan Parsons (Alan Parsons Project), Chris Squire (Yes), Rick Wakeman (Yes), Gary Green (Gentle Giant), Annie Haslam (Renaissance), Steve Hillage (Gong), John Wesley (Porcupine Tree), Tony Kaye (Yes), Colin Moulding (xTC) and more!
LP1 1. The Laws of Nature 2. Over Again 3. The Technical Divide 4. Social Circles 5. Buried Beneath 6. Follow the Signs
LP 2 1. Check Point Karma 2. The Laws of Nature (Instrumental) 3. The Technical Divide (Instrumental) 4. Social Circles (Instrumental) 5. Check Point Karma (Instrumental) 6. Over Again (Single Edit) 7. BONUS TRACK: Let the World Revolve
The Prog Collective
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With Sliding Gliding Worlds, the fourth studio album, Ozric Tentacles were developing their sound away from the Gong and Steve Hillage influenced space rock towards a complex, melodic blend of experimental space jazz and 'world music'. Standout tracks are the storming 'Kick Muck' (later re-recorded for inclusion on Pungent Effulgent) and the African flavoured 'White Rhino Tea', which appeared in a new version on the Strangeitude album in '91; 'Guzzard' recalls the band's earlier work with its dense mix of stabbing guitar solos and synth swirls, but it is Ed Wynne's increased interest in Far Eastern, Arabian and African music that is reflected in the melodic ethnic sounds starting to permeate the Ozrics' music as tracks like 'Mae Hong Song' reveal. The earlier scuzzy dub reggae influences begin to disappear although 'Dusty Pouch' retains some of that feel with a more polished production perhaps indicating the band's growing confidence in a recording environment.
1. Yaboop Yaboop 2. Soda Water 3. The Code for Chickendon
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