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Prog On Discovery M5

These two albums have gained a lot of buzz in the past few years and hailed as modern classics. Do these heavyweights live up to the hype? Only one will make it through!
1Wobbler
From Silence to Somewhere


Seen by many prog fans as a modern classic of the genre, Wobbler's latest record is one of the few modern album that does justice to the genre's older 70's sound. Great production and excellent instrumentation make for a thrilling, energetic and infectious sound that drags only a little bit in very few parts of the record." - MrSirLordGentleman

Youtube: https://youtu.be/j2W_UAIqwbk
2Fish
A Feast Of Consequences


"An album that reveals the many faces of Fish, swinging between progressive and straightforward pop-rock but always keeping a strong balance throughout the album. Far better than anything Marillion has released this century." - TheNotrap

Favourite songs: High Woods, Thistle Alley and The Great Unravelling.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nGMpHi_LuivcxgN6-kS7Sm4gtSAEuLD40

Album is available on Spotify
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