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|prog greats debuts|
which future prog great has the best debut, worst, closest to the what the band would become, farthest away
70's hard rock, not really till Caress did the prog come out.
British pop with some killer covers, took them till album 3 to get there as well.
From Genesis to Revelation
may be their best
blues rock, band hated it, I love it
|7||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
|8||The Moody Blues|
The Magnificent Moodies
nowhere near their follow up, days of futures past
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
early british psyche
In the Court of the Crimson King
I put this list together in about 3 minutes so I'm sure i missed somebody,
I am a huge fan of debuts, it is interesting to see where it started for a band, and it seems that prog bands "progress" the farthest from their debut.
|GG or Floyd out of the listed ones. Marillion takes the win for me though. A lot of these debuts suck funnily enough|
|"nowhere near their follow up" for 8's descriptions|
|yes of course|
|Procol Harum had a pretty strong debut, although they didn't go all epic until the second album.|
|Was gonna say, if 10 wasn't here this would be a complete bullshit list|
Glad to see it here
|Great start of a list ;)|
Lots of essential debuts here.
|Jester's Tear for the win!|
|It's up there yes...|
|10 is the best one here.|
| as a stand alone prog album maybe, I prefer the Yes debut tbh, not prog but very good, the same with Tull|
|Jester's Tear |
Piper from the list.
|anathema spring to mind for going far away from debut|
|i mean only two of these were actually good and out of them 10 is by far the best without question so|
|most are good, just not prog, Camel and Crimson were the closest to full blown prog|