I adore this album
I think so
Lord Rother wrote:Any good?
The Modernist wrote:Cor Blimey, you just can't pick up your Green Shield Stamps from the garage for all the pimps clogging up the place these days, can you?
Charlie O. wrote:I think Coan and Googa are right.
neville harp wrote:God bless you brother C x
Purgatory Brite wrote:Lord Rother wrote:Any good?
Yes, there's some solid tracks in the symphonic prog rock style. The album brings together tracks from an unreleased album with other rare tracks. The latter see the band moving away from prog towards a more heavy rock sound. Fantasy are one of those many bands who fell by the wayside due their record company's indifference and lack of support. It's worth hearing but not an essential album to track down and buy.
GoogaMooga wrote:you have to look to the Dutch licensee, Disky
I've got more Disky product
a label like Dutch Disky
One comp to avoid, though, is Disky's "Best of the 70's"
Normally, Disky are clever at repackaging
Diamond Dog wrote:...yet it quite clearly hit the target with you and your nonce, didn't it?
Purgatory Brite wrote:
A long forgotten Prog Rock band originating from Gravesend, Kent.
Lord Rother wrote:pcqgod wrote:
Epic 70's hard rock with jaw-dropping, tight twin lead guitar work. Should have been huge.
Played that last night - thumbs up from me!