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Whatculture's 10 Perfect Progressive Rock Albums With No Band Songs

"Progressive rock has never been the most accessible genre to dive into. Songs don't seem to end when they're supposed to; there's always an unnecessary drum solo forced into every other interlude; all manor of irritating tempo changes occur, and for the most part, it all just seems self indulgent... Who the hell even wants to listen to a glockenspiel solo for fourteen minutes?
These are all perfectly valid concerns to have when someone asks whether or not you like prog-rock - Man, even the name sounds ugly and uncomfortable - But if you're able to forgo your previous notions, and cast off your pre-conserved resentments, then you might find that prog rock has harboured some of the best musical endeavours in the game, if, you know where to look..."
-Joshua Cooley-
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The Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd, 1973)
The Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd, 1973)
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In the Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson, 1969)
In the Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson, 1969)
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Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (Spiritualized, 1997)
Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (Spiritualized, 1997)
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De-Loused in the Comatorium (The Mars Volta, 2003)
De-Loused in the Comatorium (The Mars Volta, 2003)
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5
Hot Rats (Frank Zappa, 1969)
Hot Rats (Frank Zappa, 1969)
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Deep Fried Grandeur (Ryley Walker and Kikagaku Moyo, 2021)
Deep Fried Grandeur (Ryley Walker and Kikagaku Moyo, 2021)
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Moving Pictures (Rush, 1981)
Moving Pictures (Rush, 1981)
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Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield, 1973)
Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield, 1973)
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Fragile (Yes, 1971)
Fragile (Yes, 1971)
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Selling England by the Pound (Genesis, 1973)
Selling England by the Pound (Genesis, 1973)
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