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Universe At Large

by Cosmic Danger

21st Century Progressive Rock. Fans of classic 70's bands like Yes, ELP, Pink Floyd, Genesis, UK, and King Crimson will be pleased to hear a brand new release that carries the Prog Genre into the current present. It's the musical future!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Champions
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2. Freedom Flier
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3. Skydiving
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4. Blue Sky
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5. Bug in the Wire
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6. Endless Voyage
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7. Moon Base Gamma
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8. Five Year Mission
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9. Final Dusk
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Album Notes
Recorded From January 15th through May 16th 2012 @ E3pO Productions LLC studios in Carefree, AZ and Fort Wayne, IN. Special thanks to all our friends, fans, and families. This one is for you!


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Justin Backer

A++ Amazing new progressive album!!
I've listened to progressive music all my life ranging from bands like Yes, UK, Genesis, Pink Floyd, and this blows me away. I'm happy to see a new band in the "21st century" working on amazing work like this! Definitely worth the buy, you will not be disappointed!!

Annie Yoqlet

I'm speechless.
I purchased this CD and listened to the entire thing on repeat driving to work today. I have about an hour drive each way and this CD fits perfectly to pass the time. Absolutely blew me away... This CD is a must have for any progressive rock lover out there. When are you guys going on tour!?? I'll be there!


5 Stars!!
If you are a progressive rock fan this album is a definite must buy! 5 stars from the first to last track!


Really good music you got there. I think it's worth more than you pay for it.

Mr. Honeybadger

I listened to this MP3 colololection of songs of such composed by the musical genius that is E3po. in fact, i don't even know he made it but give him the credit

Peter D. Pecere

As a professional musician, I am scratching my head as to why Cosmic Danger is NOT on a MAJOR LABEL! The songs, the vocals, the instrumentals, all are amazing! If you enjoy ANY kind of rock, please, BUY THIS CD!!!! You will NOT be disappointed!

Anthony Garone

Prog nuts unite!
Like the other reviewers, I've listened to prog rock all my life. It's had a huge influence on my life and many classic prog albums are committed to memory. What I love about prog rock is that each song takes you to new places with unique time signatures, melodies, instrumentation, and great performances. Each track on this album is fun and exciting to listen to. The performances are stellar and the influences are obvious but certainly not overly-inspired by prior art. Listening through the album makes me think: "This album is as if many of my prog heroes got together and made a new, awesome, no-nonsense album." This isn't a group of amateurs getting together and attempting to make quality, unique music. These guys are total professionals and are true to the prog rock tradition.

As a fellow musician and CD Baby artist, I listen to music like this and am baffled as to how people can write and perform such quality music. I had the same impression listening to this album as I did listening to Yes' Fragile for the first time. The songs are compositionally complex and meander purposefully down intriguing paths. I honestly can't think of a recent prog album so fitting of the awesomeness of the genre. Great job, Cosmic Danger!