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Does anybody like progressive music?

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I was in a short lived band that did progressive death metal versions of the first three Star Wars soundtracks. Does that count?
It sounded like this...


I do. Rush is my favorite. Now enjoy a lot Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree. But I enjoy Good music in general.

ruben68 Level 5 May 2, 2018

I Googled up a list of progressive rock bands and, yes, I definitely listen to some of them. But, I confess, I had trouble seeing the commonality between the bands listed.

Of the ones on the list, these are the ones whose music I've actually purchased: Alan Parsons Project, Blue Öyster Cult (have seen in concert too), Boston, Kate Bush, The Decemberists, Electric Light Orchestra, Golden Earring, Jethro Tull, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, The Moody Blues, Todd Rundgren, Rush, Split Enz, Styx, and Supertramp.

vita Level 7 May 2, 2018

The commonality? Don't expect to find any other than mostly good music that isn't promoted by the music industry...


I'm primarily an old school metalhead, but I've never heard anything bad from Porcupine Tree.

Try Steven Wilson or Porcupine Tree, and if you want something heavier check out Gojira or Ihsahn!


I do. I was a bigger fan back in the day. King Crimson, Yes, ELP, etc. I haven't kept up much with more modern progressive stuff, though.


You talking Prog Rock?

ipdg77 Level 8 May 2, 2018

Could you list a few bands?

OhioAdam Level 5 May 2, 2018

What in the name of Jebus is "progressive music?"


I have Todd Rundgren's latest. Does that count?


Been listening to Genesis and like bands on Spotify lately here.


I am 64.... Many progressive music are a thing of the Past in my life.


I own a lot of older music in what I consider progressive rock. Hawkwind, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Pink Floyd, Procol Harem, King Crimson.

Mark013 Level 7 May 2, 2018

I got hooked in the late '70's. Still plenty of good stuff being made
Visit house of progarcives, progarcives, prog streaming...


Belle & Sebastian
Bettie Serveert

pc10101 Level 5 May 2, 2018

The Moody Blues basically created prog. rock. Glad they finally made into the Rock Hall

jwd45244 Level 7 May 2, 2018

I have no idea what progressive music is, and if it is compared to regressive music. Mom to former band geeks, maybe I should ask them.


Somali Yacht Club
Puta Volcano.....and such.
...if they qualify


Progressive rock and alternative are my two favorite genres. Anything like that?

Those are my two favs, but with a dash of some heavy metal, acid rock, jazz, hip hop. With occasional classical, soul, arias, and even some old country. About the only kind of music I don't really like is "bro-country", how's that for a genre mix smile001.gif




Early-mid 70's Prog Rock. Especially Kraut Rock.

MikaB Level 5 May 2, 2018

Is this what you're talking about?


What would that be? Atonal music? Don't like it.I just posted some Vivaldi in the music group in honor of my father whoplayed the mandolin.


If you mean prog rock, then I sure do...which is a Roundabout way of saying Yes, I would Rush to Kansas for a chance to see King Crimson. smile009.gif

cmadler Level 7 May 2, 2018
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