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MaidenVarius
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  13.08.2006 at 12:09
If any band has ever deserved it's own thread,it's surely this band.Not only did they influence rock and roll,but created what would come to be known as progressive rock.Days of Future Passed is quite possibly one of the great albums ever.They have released other timeless classics such as In Search of the Lost Chord and On the Threshold of a Dream. I hope to see comments from prog rock fans on this band,because surely you cannot consider yourself a prog fan and not know of these guys can you? I would like to think not! Anyways let me know what you think about this truly great band.
Kap'N Korrupt
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  14.08.2006 at 04:26
Great band...I only have the album you gave me there bud...Days of Future Passed...that's a really good album...I love the orchestral arrangments and that...it's quite a mature release for them so early in their career...I didn't really like their 80s stuff....didn't they turn into a Vegas act?
MaidenVarius
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  14.08.2006 at 08:24
Yeah they sorta did,I'm not as big a fan of their 80's stuff as I am their earlier stuff.Yeah I also believe they were ahead of their time,and as for the orchestral part,I completely agree with you bro.Peter Knight is the man.
Dane Train
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  10.05.2007 at 09:14
Written by Guest on 14.08.2006 at 04:26

Great band...I only have the album you gave me there bud...Days of Future Passed...that's a really good album...I love the orchestral arrangments and that...it's quite a mature release for them so early in their career...I didn't really like their 80s stuff....didn't they turn into a Vegas act?


Do you own To Our Children's Children's Children? That is my favorite by them.
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Kap'N Korrupt
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  13.05.2007 at 23:42
I don't own that album, no...I have quite a hard time getting my hands on Moody Blues anyway...I kinda want to hear music like this the way it was supposed to be eh...on vinyl...
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nobody

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  14.05.2007 at 15:05
I know fiew songs of them, its good band its awsome , band, blues, rock, folkd, country mix and oldies atmosfere I love itr even i knwo fiew songs
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Remus

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  07.06.2007 at 00:59
I really like two songs from this band: "Nights in White Satin" and, of course, "Melancholy Man". The latter is just so, well, it makes me feel rather emo ha(k, don't tell anyone i said this). No but seriously, the singing patterns and use of keys are really amazing! Really good band.

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MaidenVarius
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  20.06.2007 at 02:23
Written by Dane Train on 10.05.2007 at 09:14

Written by Guest on 14.08.2006 at 04:26

Great band...I only have the album you gave me there bud...Days of Future Passed...that's a really good album...I love the orchestral arrangments and that...it's quite a mature release for them so early in their career...I didn't really like their 80s stuff....didn't they turn into a Vegas act?

Strangely haha I do own that album, and it is a very good one!!
Do you own To Our Children's Children's Children? That is my favorite by them.
MaidenVarius
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  20.06.2007 at 02:23
Written by Dane Train on 10.05.2007 at 09:14

Written by Guest on 14.08.2006 at 04:26

Great band...I only have the album you gave me there bud...Days of Future Passed...that's a really good album...I love the orchestral arrangments and that...it's quite a mature release for them so early in their career...I didn't really like their 80s stuff....didn't they turn into a Vegas act?

Do you own To Our Children's Children's Children? That is my favorite by them.

Strangely haha I do own that album, and it is a very good one!
Dane Train
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  09.09.2007 at 04:46
Written by Guest on 20.06.2007 at 02:23

Strangely haha I do own that album, and it is a very good one!


I have been listening to that album over and over the past few days.

"Blasting, billowing, bursting forth
With the power of ten billion butterfly sneezes
Man, with his flaming pyre
Has conquered the wayward breezes

Climbing to tranquility
Far above the cloud
Conceiving the heavens
Clear of misty shroud"

Just love it, man!
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MaidenVarius
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  23.09.2007 at 08:44
Written by Dane Train on 09.09.2007 at 04:46

Written by Guest on 20.06.2007 at 02:23

Strangely haha I do own that album, and it is a very good one!


I have been listening to that album over and over the past few days.

"Blasting, billowing, bursting forth
With the power of ten billion butterfly sneezes
Man, with his flaming pyre
Has conquered the wayward breezes

Climbing to tranquility
Far above the cloud
Conceiving the heavens
Clear of misty shroud"

Just love it, man!

I haven't been on here in awhile, so it's probably been forever since you left that post. I do very much enjoy that album, "Candle of Life" is such an awesome song! It's my dad's favorite song! My favorite album is still either On the Threshold of a dream or days of future passed!
Ellie
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  08.10.2007 at 10:00
Im so glad someone made a thread for them! Theyre my moms favourite band of all time so we have a ton of their records and I practically grew up on them.
Kap'N Korrupt
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  09.10.2007 at 01:12
I guess I will be getting To Our Children's Children's Children eh...it doesn't say anywhere that it's their best album...apparently it was their poorest selling album...
MaidenVarius
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  22.10.2007 at 09:32
Written by Guest on 09.10.2007 at 01:12

I guess I will be getting To Our Children's Children's Children eh...it doesn't say anywhere that it's their best album...apparently it was their poorest selling album...

It's a good album, but not even close to their best, I gave you their best one in my opinion, on the threshold of a dream is probably their second best, again in my opinion.
JohnDoe

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  25.10.2007 at 19:30
one of the greatest rock bands ever, one of the creators of the prog genre. All albums from their debut to 1972 are brilliant. This is in fact their, let's say " their golden era". One other thing I like about them is that although they lost their progressive touch, their pop rock effort are enjoyable and catchy, not bad at all. I have listened to their 1999 album "strange times", which I found enjoyable and well crafted.
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daveandterrena@shaw.

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  02.11.2007 at 23:31
Love em, saw them live this July in Vancouver, if you think Justin Hayward has lost his magic, youre wrong, he is amazing, he drives the whole band, and his vioce has not aged
bucky01403
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  09.11.2007 at 04:28
We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D
MaidenVarius
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  16.01.2008 at 09:23
Written by Guest on 09.11.2007 at 04:28

We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D

God dammit Buck hahaha, Moody Blues formed years before them and without them GG wouldn't exist but GG is a great band but I'm pretty sure you knew that you mood killing bastard haha
MaidenVarius
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  16.01.2008 at 09:23
I have been going extremely gay with In Your Wildest Dreams, It is just so catchy hahaha
bucky01403
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  16.01.2008 at 23:43
Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 09:23

Written by Guest on 09.11.2007 at 04:28

We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D

God dammit Buck hahaha, Moody Blues formed years before them and without them GG wouldn't exist but GG is a great band but I'm pretty sure you knew that you mood killing bastard haha


I knew I'd get that reaction out of you.

On a serious note: Innovators aren't always the best, i.e. Black Sabbath.
bucky01403
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  16.01.2008 at 23:43
Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 09:23

Written by Guest on 09.11.2007 at 04:28

We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D

God dammit Buck hahaha, Moody Blues formed years before them and without them GG wouldn't exist but GG is a great band but I'm pretty sure you knew that you mood killing bastard haha


I knew I'd get that reaction out of you.

On a serious note: Innovators aren't always the best, i.e. Black Sabbath.
MaidenVarius
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  10.03.2008 at 22:23
Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 23:43

Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 09:23

Written by Guest on 09.11.2007 at 04:28

We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D

God dammit Buck hahaha, Moody Blues formed years before them and without them GG wouldn't exist but GG is a great band but I'm pretty sure you knew that you mood killing bastard haha


I knew I'd get that reaction out of you.

On a serious note: Innovators aren't always the best, i.e. Black Sabbath.

But you seriously don't know that until you have actually listened to a band, and I am positive that you have listened to very little of this band
bucky01403
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  11.03.2008 at 03:21
Written by Guest on 10.03.2008 at 22:23

Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 23:43

Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 09:23

Written by Guest on 09.11.2007 at 04:28

We all know that Gentle Giant are the true kings of prog rock.;D

God dammit Buck hahaha, Moody Blues formed years before them and without them GG wouldn't exist but GG is a great band but I'm pretty sure you knew that you mood killing bastard haha


I knew I'd get that reaction out of you.

On a serious note: Innovators aren't always the best, i.e. Black Sabbath.

But you seriously don't know that until you have actually listened to a band, and I am positive that you have listened to very little of this band

Yeah I know, I just mentioned it for the sake of the argument.
ThunderAxe1989
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  26.12.2008 at 17:12
The Moody Blues are great very soothing, very chill.
My mom likes them too I think, the 'semi-orchestral sounds' can get obnoxious at times, but overall, great!
Crimson Lily
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  30.03.2009 at 04:14
I'm so very glad there's a topic about The Moody Blues too! I agree with those who wrote they are one of the greatest bands ever! I think so too, absolutely one of my favorite bands ever, though I don't listen to too much prog metal, I must admit! I know it's cliche, but my favorite song has to be ''Nights In White Satin'', since it's my favorite unrequited love song ever and generally one of my favorite songs ever. I've liked them ever since I've read the story behind the aforementioned song.Oh and my mom loves them too, seems like many of our parents like them hehe. Bottomline:simply a superb band.
ThunderAxe1989
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  10.04.2009 at 17:49
Also.....excellent music for getting high too!!
JD
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  24.12.2010 at 16:10
God i love this song "Nights In White Satin" the only one i heard by TMB, any recommendations?
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WickedBuddhi

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  25.02.2011 at 03:39
Written by Guest on 16.01.2008 at 09:23

I have been going extremely gay with In Your Wildest Dreams, It is just so catchy hahaha


I've been that way with I Know You're Out There Somewhere. Just straight up gay catchiness! But damn is it good.

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