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17th Apr '18 10:07:40 PM carlfox
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* Music/SteveHackett (Crossover Prog)

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* Music/SteveHackett (Crossover (Eclectic Prog)
17th Apr '18 10:06:12 PM carlfox
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13th Apr '18 11:55:53 AM DavidDelony
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* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The genre is famous for its lavish album cover art from artists such as Roger Dean and the Creator/{{Hipgnosis}} studio.
11th Apr '18 8:30:42 PM GrafVonTirol
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** ''Music/SellingEnglandByThePound'' (1973)
10th Apr '18 4:35:43 PM DavidDelony
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See also ProgressiveMetal for when prog gets ''[[DarkerAndEdgier heavy]]'', and TechnicalDeathMetal for when prog gets ''[[UpToEleven even heavier]]''. {{Krautrock}} is a somewhat more Teutonic variant, which is sometimes considered a subgenre of progressive rock and sometimes its own (albeit related) genre. Also compare BaroquePop, which has been described as being to pop music what prog is to rock, and PostRock and MathRock, which are sometimes regarded as modern-day successors to the genre.

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See also ProgressiveMetal for when prog gets ''[[DarkerAndEdgier heavy]]'', and TechnicalDeathMetal for when prog gets ''[[UpToEleven even heavier]]''. {{Krautrock}} is a somewhat more Teutonic variant, which is sometimes considered a subgenre of progressive rock and sometimes its own (albeit related) genre. Also compare BaroquePop, which has been described as being to pop music what prog is to rock, and PostRock and MathRock, which are sometimes regarded as modern-day successors to the genre.
genre. The genre has also had an influence on ElectronicMusic.
23rd Mar '18 12:24:43 PM CassandraLeo
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* MinisculeRocking: While the twenty-minute song is a widely noted staple of progressive rock, the two-minute interlude is honestly nearly as ubiquitous. As one example, ''From Silence to Somewhere'' by Wobbler has a twenty-minute song, a two-minute interlude, a ten-minute song, and a thirteen-minute song. This is a fairly typical progressive rock track list.

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* MinisculeRocking: While the twenty-minute song is a widely noted staple of progressive rock, the two-minute interlude is honestly nearly as ubiquitous. As one example, ''From Silence to Somewhere'' by Wobbler has a twenty-minute twenty-one-minute song, a two-minute interlude, a ten-minute song, and a thirteen-minute song. This is a fairly typical progressive rock track list.
20th Mar '18 3:36:03 PM CassandraLeo
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* Creator/NobuoUematsu with his bands The Black Mages and Earthbound Papas (Progressive Metal)

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* Creator/NobuoUematsu with his bands The Black Mages and Earthbound Papas (Progressive Metal)Metal. Also, some of his video game soundtracks could be considered Progressive Electronic, particularly ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' with its seventeen-minute final battle song and its twenty-one-minute ending theme)
20th Mar '18 3:34:55 PM CassandraLeo
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* [[Creator/MotoiSakuraba]] (Symphonic Prog; he was part of a few bands before doing video games)

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* [[Creator/MotoiSakuraba]] Creator/MotoiSakuraba (Symphonic Prog; he was part of a few bands before doing video games)
20th Mar '18 3:34:36 PM CassandraLeo
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* [[VideoGame/TalesSeries Motoi Sakuraba]]; he was part of a few bands before doing video games (Symphonic Prog)


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20th Mar '18 3:29:04 PM CassandraLeo
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More recently, beyond the obvious examples of bands that combine prog and punk influences like Cardiacs, Music/TheMarsVolta, and basically any band that's ever performed progressive metal, there are a lot of subtler examples, as well. Music/ThePixies' Black Francis confessed to being a major fan of Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer and Music/CaptainBeefheart growing up, and while the band is typically noted for using a ThreeChordsAndTheTruth style, they still display subtle influence from prog rock like their frequent use of UncommonTime and their occasional use of unconventional song structures. Similarly, Music/{{Pavement}} also occasionally displays influence from prog rock. Meanwhile, other later alternative/indie bands like Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/FaithNoMore, and Music/TheSmashingPumpkins are sometimes categorised as prog acts themselves.

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More recently, beyond the obvious examples of bands that combine prog and punk influences like Cardiacs, Music/TheMarsVolta, and basically any band that's ever performed progressive metal, there are a lot of subtler examples, as well. Music/ThePixies' Black Francis confessed to being a major fan of Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer and Music/CaptainBeefheart growing up, and while the band is typically noted for using a ThreeChordsAndTheTruth style, they still display subtle influence from prog rock like their frequent use of UncommonTime and their occasional use of unconventional song structures. Similarly, Music/{{Pavement}} also occasionally displays influence from prog rock.rock (mostly in the same aspects, plus the occasional 6+-minute song). Meanwhile, other later alternative/indie bands like Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/FaithNoMore, and Music/TheSmashingPumpkins are sometimes categorised as prog acts themselves.



* TrueArt: What prog musicians were aiming for, with varying degrees of success.

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* TrueArt: What prog musicians were were/are aiming for, with varying degrees of success.
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