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Offline Vince and Daisy Jane Font

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The Best Music of 2009
« on: January 02, 2010, 08:39:51 am »
Everyone’s in agreement: 2009 was a great year for progressive rock. In the last year we saw some impressive debuts, some welcome comebacks, some moving tributes, some inspiring live albums, and a handful of truly incredible re-masters. Porcupine Tree’s “The Incident” has topped many lists… but in our opinion it wasn’t #1. On tonight’s Prog’opolis we bring you the first installment of a three-episode review of the best music of 2009. There was simply too much good music to cram it into a single show. Plus, we wanted to be able to give everyone an opportunity to voice their opinions and have them be heard. So what do you think was the best album of 2009?

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Re: The Best Music of 2009
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2010, 09:59:10 am »
The Underfall Yard. Hands down.
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