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Started by Teunis, Mon, 2015-12-28, 19:22:34
Quote from: Teunis on Sat, 2016-02-13, 20:36:55Thanks for sharing your list PH, it's a nice read .
Quote from: Teunis on Sat, 2016-02-13, 20:36:55My list would be different now too, Gazpacho works better now for me.
Quote from: Teunis on Sat, 2016-02-13, 20:36:55Top-3 would be the same though . Neal Morse Band is indeed a 'fresh' album now the other band members are more involved in song writing, curious what the new album will sound like.
Quote from: Teunis on Sat, 2016-02-13, 20:36:55And I'm also looking forward to the new Frost*, Blind Ego and Huis album.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-02-15, 20:55:59Thanx from me too, Paxi, I too found it an interesting read.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-02-15, 20:55:59Yes, Christian rock has definitely come a long way during recent years.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-02-15, 20:55:59Neal Morse was to me the first really convincing effort. While his lyrics run deep, his music isn't just stock tralala, as Christian rock used to be, but he's really upfront with the best, in fact one can easily omit the lyrics at times and just go with the exciting music
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-02-15, 20:55:59Another great Christian rock album, in fact fresh from 2015, so it fits in well in this thread, is W.A.S.P.s Golgatha. Not prog exactly, but the passion, melody and depth that radiate from it - whew !!! And some very tasty guitar play. Try it out, guys
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-02-15, 20:55:59My most recent crush is Wintersun, basically a one-man effort by Finnish Jari Mäenpää (those Finnish names ), altho drummer Kai Hahto adds a lot to the excitement, and Jari has added two more Finnish musicians along the way.His/their Time I from 2012 is an overwhelming tour-de-force, in structure harking back to early Mike Oldfield, with repetitive folk themes and atmosphere building up, except that Jari as a child of our times takes it much further, with dramatic contrasts and blasts coming in from all sides. He spent years overdubbing and adding fx. It's definitely worth all that effort, a very extraordinary experience
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