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Old 29th July 2019, 10:22   #46
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Uriah Heep is one of the greatest Rock bands I've explored. This "July Morning" is an epic song from their album "Look at Yourself"
Thanks for sharing that, @Wildy. Had forgotten about the group :( !!


Looking at the video reminded me of my longest solo drive in 2005, when I was driving towards YellowStone from Denver side. The road and the valley in this video reminded me of a similar stretch - possibly it was Wind River Reservation. Memories !
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Thanks for sharing that, @Wildy. Had forgotten about the group :( !!

Welcome Condor. Glad to know my post reminded your good old memories. Keep Rocking.
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"The Incredible String Band" is one of the pioneers of British Folk-Rock movement in mid 1960's. "Maybe Someday" was their debut song recorded 53 years ago which is still sounds incredible. Enjoy and have a great day... Raaj. 🎧

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So it's been 3 weeks since the release of Tool's new album, Fear Inoculum. The most noteworthy tracks on the album are:

1) Fear Inoculum (title track)
2) Pneuma
3) Invincible
4) Descending
5) 7empest

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...J-naKnAsvOuclt

All these tracks breach the 10 minute mark quite comfortably, and all of them are absolute masterpieces! Pneuma and Invincible, in particular, are brilliant! It's hard to believe that after a 13 year hiatus, the band is back and it seems like they picked up right where they left off. And can you believe these guy are in their mid 50s and still have a lot left in them?!
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So it's been 3 weeks since the release of Tool's new album, Fear Inoculum.
I'm still digesting this brilliant album. It's probably their most bold & mature LP yet. 'Pneuma' is one of their best songs ever. But I wouldn't recommend this as a starter album if you're trying to get into Tool. No angry Maynard in this one.

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I'm still digesting this brilliant album. It's probably their most bold & mature LP yet. 'Pneuma' is one of their best songs ever. But I wouldn't recommend this as a starter album if you're trying to get into Tool. No angry Maynard in this one.
Agreed.

Tool has always been on an upward trajectory since the release of their 1st Album - Undertow.

Lateralus was revolutionary, and 5 years later, with the release of 10,000 Days, it seemed that they just got better and better with each passing album. Personally, I'm of the opinion that they've outdone themselves with Fear Inoculum.

And although careful listens to the tracks of FI will lead one to believe that these compositions share plenty with songs from older albums like Enima and Lateralus, they sound just as fresh as they ought to!
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