Longshot | Asylum

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Asylum

by Longshot

Second volume from a trilogy dedicated to GENESIS and highly influenced by Genesis, Yes, IQ, Queen, Marillion (Fish-era) but adding some Progmetal guitars to the whole music.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Asylum Overture
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13:05 $0.80
2. The Deleted File
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3. Miracle Man
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4. The Ballad of Peter Blackfrog
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5. Endless
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6. Welcome to the Mind Surgery Clinic
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7. Armageddon
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Album Notes
Review from Josh Turner (Music Street Journal)
"As soon as I heard that Longshot had a sequel, I sought treatment. Once this registered offender against all that’s discordant and bland was released, I had no choice but to voluntarily lock myself into musical rehab. When counseling commenced, its serially eccentric behaviors became readily apparent. During the melodic process, I encountered many strange acts from the deviant overture to the crazy kaserei encountered at the end. Altogether, its quirks cured my ailment: a terrible syndrome that goes by the name of boredom. My psyche was so weary and enervated, my synapses were in traction. Thanks to these salutary tracks, I finally had a sound mind.[...]"
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