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A wee Christmas haul

Didn't get too many albums this Christmas, but I got a few. All are on CD. Most are prog rock related.
1The High Kings
Decade: The Best of the High Kings


OK, got this for myself. But it came the day before Christmas Eve, so I'm counting it.
2JW Farquhar
The Formal Female


Weird 70s psychedelic album I learned about during Friday's obscure prog rock tournament on this very site.
3Monarch (USA-CA)
Two Isles


Modern psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles that I also learned about during Friday's prog rock tournament.
4Radiohead
Kid A


Was never much of a fan of this band, but I liked A Moon Shaped Pool so much that I'm starting to gradually work my way through their back catalog.
5Emerson, Lake and Powell
Emerson, Lake and Powell


With Keith Emerson and Greg Lake both gone, I've been working my way through some of their more obscure stuff.
6King Crimson
Discipline


Finally getting to the first album Adrian Belew recorded with King Crimson. I've had Beat and Three of a Perfect Pair for many years.
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