Nagrarok
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Last Active 03-19-21 9:22 pm
Joined 07-06-08

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  • Jethro42 Barock Project - Coffee in Neukolln (modern prog), The Tea Club - Quickly Quickly Quickly, (modern prog) Campo Di Marte - Campo Di Marte, (Classic era prog), so I consider these three, the last one to a lesser extent.
    July 1 07:51 PM
  • Jethro42 Feel comfortable with it, Nag. I'll go by myself. I have at least two albums I'd want to review. That represent a lot of work for me, so I thought you could join me. I'll shoutbox you as the things are going on. Pandemic wise, it's better here too. The public health starts to open everything progressively, and we can visit and receive more people as well. It's only positive.
    July 1 04:58 PM
  • Jethro42 A Nag's sighting!...How are you doing, bro! I often think of you about writing another ProgJect review. Would be cool! I'd hesitate between two bands...So close to typing it...
    June 28 05:23 PM
  • Jethro42 No no my friend. I didn't lost the review; I rather lost my last shoutbox message, and I had to try to rewrite as precise as possible. I prefer to let the review on a shelf anyway, cos I have to edit all my paragraphs, you know when you decide to bump it down from a 4.5 to a 3.5. I'm listening to so many albums these days, It's gonna be an easy task to choose another one. I hope you're doing fine.Tell me when you're ready to give me an adress to send you my review(s)
    March 18 08:53 PM
  • Jethro42 Apologies if my last message is not too clear, I lost it entirely by mistake, so I had to rewrite it all, and I was more clear the first time, oh well...
    March 12 09:00 PM

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