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    Got a re-issue of Far from the Sun from Amorphis (progressive metal anyways) and a kick arse Dream Theater T-Shirt http://www.catacombscds.com/product/...nes_Shirt.html

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    The following were just ordered from Amazon by me:


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    Trust you will psot some clips Steve

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    Absolutely, Teddy! As soon as I can get my greedy mitts on them.
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    I bought the entire Procol Harum's re-issues set last year. What a wonderful and underrated band they are! "Grand Hotel" is one of my favs ever. Back to the topic: I got Steven Wilson's "The Raven That Refused to Sing And Other Stories" yesterday. I'm amazed: he's back to vintage prog, our old chap Steve!

    OT, I know time will come I'll be obliged to rent a flat somewhere in order to store my CDs here. Or maybe I should go modern and choose FLAC, MP3 and Co. But it's over me, I need the physical thing...

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    From Amazon. last night:

    Mountain--Twin Peaks
    Mountain--Evil Flowers
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    You certainly are building your collection Steve.

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    This evening, from Amazon:

    Robin Trower--Bridge of Sighs
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    From Amazon, earlier today:

    King Crimson--​In the Wake of Poseidon
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    From Amazon: The Very Best of Cream
    Doobie Brothers--Takin' It To The Streets, Minute by Minute and Livin'On The Fault Line
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    Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates of Dawn.
    The CD set has the album in mono and in stereo. I got really interested in that band when I heard their albums "Animals" and "The Wall". Now I'm even more interested and I want to hear more of their stuff.

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    They certainly produced some wonderful music. I have several of their old albums on vinyl from almost forty years ago. Try Ummagumma. A double album with some wild music.

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    greetinx... bought, on Amazon, Jupitor Society from Sweden : First Contact/Last Warning ... have never heard of this band... looking forward to receive it

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    From Amazon:

    The Eagles--
    The Eagles Greatest Hits {2 CD Set}
    The Doobie Brothers--Takin' It To The Streets {I gave my other copy to my middle sister}
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