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The Lost World - Various - 54 FM Progressive Compilation (CD)

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  2. The Lost World is an album of rarities released by now-defunct British indie band Pull Tiger album compiles the majority of the band's B-sides in addition to previously unreleased demos. The 7digital version of the album has an untitled instrumental following track 9, referred to by fans as "Angels".. Track listing "The Big Sleep" - Genre: Indie.
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  4. Aug 02,  · The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Audio Tape, Pickwick Tell-A-Tale in Association with Ladybird Books, Pickwick International , .
  5. "After the Storm" is an effort by the progressive rock community to do its share to help out the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. All of the artists involved have graciously donated music to this project, and many have contributed previously unreleased live or studio material, including New Orleans' own Woodenhead.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bonzai Germany Compilation Volume One on Discogs. Label: Bonzai Germany - BONZAI CD • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Progressive Trance.
  7. Known internationally as PFM, this legendary Italian outfit were one of the leading members of Italy's thriving mid-seventies prog scene, issuing a series of successful albums in their homeland before adopting to singing in English and developing an international fanbase after the release of the album 'The World Became The World'.
  8. The Best of the Moody Blues is a compilation album by the progressive rock band the Moody Blues, released on 28 January The album was also the Moody Blues' first compilation album to feature "Go Now", a song recorded in with then lead singer Denny Laine, who was replaced by Justin Hayward shortly listing. All songs written by Justin Hayward except where noted.

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