I'm Brazilian, I've always loved music and since I was little I buy and I listen to rock.
During the 70's I met a magazine called Pop, which I christened German Pop, since it was of Germanic origin, I did not understand what was written in the great majority, but it was there that I met the groups that I publish here on the blog today. Rock made in Germany is one of my favorites, but my taste is very eclectic.

Sou brasileira, sempre amei música e desde muito pequena compro e ouço rock. Durante os anos 70 conheci uma revista chamada Pop, que batizei de Pop Alemã, uma vez que era de origem germânica, eu não entendia o que estava escrito na sua grande maioria, mas foi ali que conheci os grupos que hoje publico aqui no blog. O rock feito da Alemanha é um dos meus favoritos, mas meu gosto é muito eclético.

sexta-feira, 20 de abril de 2018

Poor Genetic Material - Absence 2016 (Germany, Crossover Prog)

- Philip Griffiths / Vocals
- Martin Griffiths / Vocals
- Stefan Glomb / Guitars
- Philipp Jaehne / Keyboards
- Pia Darmstaedter / Flute
- Dennis Sturm / Bass
- Dominik Steinbacher / Drums

1. Absence - Part 1
2. What If?
3. Lost In Translation
4. Chalkhill Blues
5. Absconded
6. Absence - Part 2

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Poor Genetic Material - Spring Tidings 2006 (Germany, Crossover Prog)

- Phil Griffiths / vocals
- Stefan Glomb / guitars
- Philipp Jaehne / keyboards
- Dennis Sturm / bass
- Dominik Steinbacher / drums

1. Three steps back... (2:23)
2. Blow up (4:04)
3. April (6:56)
4. Watercolours (9:31)
5. Tidings (6:26)
6. La ville qui n' existait pas (10:30)
7. Lotus-eaters (6:57)
8. ... or right ahead (3:50)

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Poor Genetic Material - A Day In June 2013 (Germany, Crossover Prog)

POOR GENETIC MATERIAL has been working in two very different directions. The original duo / trio performed experimental that resulted in the two "free to random" recordings. As a full five-piece band PGM plays more song-oriented material. This line-up has recorded the 2001 album "Summerland" and the new album "Leap Into Fall".

Phil Griffiths (Alias Eye) - vocals (1,2,4,6,7)
Stefan Glomb - guitars
Philipp Jaehne - keyboards
Pia Darmstaedter - flute
Dennis Sturm - bass
Dominik Steinbacher - drums
With
Martin Griffiths (Beggars Opera): vocals (3,4,5,6,7)

1. Martello Morning (9:19)
2. Wisdom And Menace (6:25)
3. Bloom (4:28)
4. Wandering Rocks (5:38)
5. Nausicaa (5:14)
6. Oxen Of The Sun (6:13)
7. Ithaca (9:14)
8. Yes (6:32)

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Mad Tea Party - The Marionette 1997 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

It is rare, but with MAD TEA PARTY we get something German that actually sounds like German, thanks to the members of this highly skilled German quintet, who have all visited the Cologne Conservatory at some point, have a knack for combining accessible, catchy melodies with complex musical structures.
You could name Yes, King Crimson and "Foxtrot"-era Genesis as their main source of inspiration although you'll only hear those influences very intermittently on their albums. Other references are probably Gino Vanelli, Saga, Gentle Giant and Tea In The Sahara - but only very roughly. This five-piece from Cologne are a bit hard to classify, although they seem to fit better in the neo-progressive spectrum.
Still, their music requires multiple listens to be completely understood. The combination of different times and shifting of accents does not end up in 'fooling around with timings', but also makes it hard to do full comparisons to other bands, much in the vein of The Flower Kings or Dragonfly.
MAD TEA PARTY's mini-CD as well as their full-length album "The Marionette" showcase some impressive instrumental work and solid drumming, as the band works its way through a series of short but colorful numbers alternating with melodious, catchy ballads and solid vocals throughout. The full CD features a couple of lengthy pieces, one of them a true-blue prog piece clocking in at almost 20 minutes where the guys really show their teeth and treat the listener to a roller-coaster of moods, themes and odd-time signatures. This track alone is worth the value of the album.
The band no longer exists but vocalist Alexandre Zindel and guitarist Markus Sagschneider, who were responsible for most of the compositions, now function as a duo under the name Two High.
Fans of the mentioned bands and neo-prog in general will certainly appreciate MAD TEA PARTY.

- Alexandre Zindel / vocals
- Markus Sagschneider / guitar
- Wolfgang Braun / keyboards
- Till Brandt / bass
- Martin Müller / drums

1. Love In A Square (5:44)
2. Magic Eye (4:21)
3. Every Day (5:12)
4. Shadows Of The Past (8:13)
5. Going Back In Time (4:43)
6. The Gorge (0:12)
7. Saved Teardrops (5:08)
8. Love Is Cool (4:05)
9. The Marionette (2:22)
10. My Decision (5:05)
11. Watch Out! (3:36)
12. She (19:23)

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Werwolf (Werewolf Art Rock) - Mystic Land 2014 (Germany, Prog Folk)

- Peter Besting / drums, vocals
- Gerd Heuel / guitar
- Udo Burmeister / bass
- Markus Quast / keyboards
- Heike Dittberner / flute, vocals

1. Prelude (2:41)
2. Mystic Land (4:40)
3. Tschernobyl (4:19)
4. Crossroads (3:43)
5. Let the Children Play (2:58)
6. Far Away (4:32)
7. New Day (4:36)
8. Way to Paradise (3:29)
9. So long (5:32)
10. Goodbye (4:30)
11. Two Heroes (5:03)
12. Together (5:54)

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Werwolf (Werewolf Art Rock) - Creation 1982 (Germany, Prog Folk)


WERWOLF (WEREWOLF), a band from Olpe in the Sauerland in Germany, was formed in 1970 by Peter Besting (born 2/4/1951 in Olpe) on drums and vocals, Hartwig Kugoth on guitar and Peter Lorenz on bass. Before, Peter Besting had already been playing for a year in the band Age. The band name had no deeper meaning but was simply a reference to STEPPENWOLF whose recordings the original member of WERWOLF appreciated a lot. They bought their first large PA equipment form the SCORPIONS' mastermind Rudolf Schenker in the early seventies. After rehearsing in a self-built and soundproof wooden hut with freezing temperatures during the winter, WERWOLF changed their rehearsal room into Peter Besting's newly built house in Wenden in 1972. In the course of time other musicians joined the band: Jürgen Göckler from Olpe on keyboards and as background singer, Michael Schlimm from Olpe on saxophone and on cross flute and singer Ellen Wiederstein from Attendorn. When Peter Lorenz quit, Hartwig Kugoth played double-neck guitar combining bass strings. Similar to the DOORS, Jürgen Göckler played the bass accompaniment on the keyboard whenever Hartwig Kugoth played the high notes. With this line-up, WERWOLF recorded a thirty minute demo tape in the Studio Eden in Lüdenscheid in May 1979 in order to gain a record deal, but without success. After several changes of the line-up, WERWOLF independently released the album "Creation" in 1982 in a limited edition of 1000 copies with Peter Besting on drums, Gerd Heuel on guitar, Burkhard Huckestein on bass, Wolfgang Unthan on keyboards, Gitta Löwenstein as singer and Jürgen Göckler as occasional guest keyboarder. WDR and SWF presented the album which is a collectors items worth more than USS50 now.

In 1992 "Creation" was reissued in the USA on CD with a new cover artwork (the Laser's Edge LE-1013). Having been a collector's item before, lately after that time a wider reputation followed and the original records sold for big bucks. Then finally, in 1997, the three tracks of the demo tape saw the light of day and were published by Garden of Delights in Germany (PGCD 03).

In the mid-eighties WERWOLF split after they had started releasing some songs in German language. In total WERWOLF performed about 150 gigs, among them as support acts for BIRTH CONTROL, ELOY, GROBSCHNITT and the FRANKFURT CITY BAND, some of which are available as soundboard recordings.

This CD-edition now contains the complete record "Creation" of 1982 as well as all three tracks of the demo tape recorded in 1979. The cover art is the American version painted in 1992 by Lee Gaskins. He renewed some details for us. The mastering was done by Bob Katz in Florida.

From the site:
http://www.blackrills.ch/Werwolf.htm
 The band split and reunited in 2010 with the original founder Peter Besting, the original guitarist Gerd Heuel and new musicians. The name was changed to WEREWOLF ART ROCK and the album "Mystic Land" was published in October 2014.

- Peter Besting / drums, vocals
- Gerd Heuel / guitar
- Burkhard Huckstein / bass
- Wolfgang Unthan / keyboards
- Gitta Loewenstein / vocals
Guests:
- Luis Lopes / vocals, rhythm guitar on 1, 3
- Jürgen Göckler / organ solo on 3

1. Höhenflug (5:17)
2. Die reise ins land der flugschweine / The Journey To The Land Of The Flying Pigs (8:23)
3. Way to paradise (6:06)
4. Daydream (4:46)
5. The game is over (5:07)
6. Der achte tag / The Eighth Day (10:32)
7. The song (8:21)
8. My story (11:30)
9. The dreamer (9:22)

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quinta-feira, 19 de abril de 2018

Martigan - Vision 2009 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

- Alex Bisch / drums, vocals
- Bjorn Bisch / guitars
- Kai Marckwordt / vocals, guitars
- Oliver Rebhan / keyboards
- Peter Kindler / bass
With:
- Mirko Baumer / vocals
- Florian Saupp / kids voice on track 1

1. Boatmans Vision (23:12)
2. Craze This Town (6:46)
3. Snapshots (2:22)
4. Touch In Time (7:57)
5. A Great Concern (1:03)
6. Much More (6:51)
7. Red & Green (10:56)
8. The Contract (20:11)

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Martigan - Man Of The Moment 2002 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

- Alex Bisch / drums, backing vocals (all except 5)
- Björn Bisch / acoustic & electric guitars
- Peter Kindler / bass (4-9-10)
- Kai Marckwordt / lead vocals, guitar solo/bass (3), extro guitar (10), sax (4), flute (7)
- Oliver Strahl / keyboards, backing vocals (5-6)

1. The Pride (10:00)
2. Out Of Sight (5:48)
3. Closer contact (8:39)
4. 7th Floor (8:36)
5. Scapegoat & Scarecrow (4:54)
6. The Feast Intro (2:24)
7. The Feast (6:16)
8. Images & Tales (9:15)
9. Permission (5:20)
10. The Mask & The Raven II (14:24)

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Martigan - Ciel Ouvert 1996 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

- Alex Bisch / drums
- Jürgen Edlinger / guitar
- Kai Markwordt / vocals
- Axel Schütze / bass
- Oliver Strahl / keyboards, backing vocals

1. Ciel Ouvert (7:36)
2. Travellers (7:29)
3. The Trade (9:26)
4. Roll The Globe (5:56)
5. Parts (6:18)
6. The Mask & The Raven (8:18)
7. The Slowdown (2:08)
8. When Two Years Collide (7:04)
9. Ballrooms & Shades (6:49)
10. The final curtain (3:30)
11. Martigan's roulette (2:36) 

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Martigan - Stolzenbach 1995 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

- Alex Bisch / drums
- Jürgen Edlinger / guitar
- Kai Markwordt / vocals
- Axel Schütze / bass
- Oliver Strahl / keyboards, backing vocals 

1. Much More (6:37)
2. Roll The Globe (5:32)
3. Crazy Town (6:09)
4. Tonight (4:29)
5. Submarine Team (5:56)
6. Painter (3:33)
7. Noah (6:22)
8. Simplicius (4:23)
9. The Pride (9:30)
10. Scapegoat & Scarecrow (6:38)

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Martigan - Distant Monsters 2015 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

This Cologne-based foursome from the mid-80's plays some fine neo-prog in the best tradition of IQ, JADIS, PENDRAGON, early MARILLION and SAGA, but with a subtle and very pleasant flavour of their own. They went through quite a few line changes and now feature Alex Bisch on drums, brother Björn Bisch on guitars, Peter Kindler on bass, Oliver Strahl on keyboards and Kai Marckwordt on bass, guitar, sax, flute and lead vocals (a cross between Phil Collins and Dave Cousins, his vocals are truly outstanding).

Since the mid 90's, the band released two full-length albums and a maxi CD before the excellent "Man of the Moment" (2002); this one is the most mature of the lot and contains no weak tracks. Although no one really stands out, the musicianship is always sharp, the songwriting well crafted and the vocals sincere and powerful. If you wish, you can hear the entire album on their website; the files are highly compressed, however, and the sound quality is very poor.

If you're into neo prog and the words 'strongly melodic', 'accessible' and 'lush/full sound' appeal to you, you definitely ought to give their 2002 album a try. We are talking major-league neo-prog here.

- Kai Marckwordt / Lead Vocals, Guitar, Saxophone
- Oliver Rebhan / Keyboard,Backing Vocals
- Alex Bisch / Drums, Backing Vocals
- Björn Bisch / Guitar
- Mario Koch / Bass

1. Theodor's Walls
2. Lion (White, Wild & Blind)
3. Simplicius
4. Complicius
5. The Lake
6. On Tiptoe
7. Fire on the Pier
8. Take Me or Leave Me

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Morphelia - Prognocircus 2003 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

The band MORPHELIA was formed in Lower Saxony, Germany in 1999 by guitarist Guido Froehlich and keyboard player Guenter Gruenebast and drummer Elmar de Groot, when the three got together to have a jam session. Both Froehlich and Gruenebast had previously played with progressive rock band PEACOCK for almost 15 years and de Groot had played with KLEINHEIDE and other local bands prior to joining the other two musicians.

The band went without a name for a couple of years, until 2001, when singer Kurt Stwrtetschka joined the band, and MORPHELIA was officially born. Up to this point, the band had gone through several bass players, but finally a permanent fifth member was found in bassist Renko Rickerts.

In 2003, the band released its first album "Prognocircus", which received very positive reviews in the local press. The band took a full six years to release its follow-up album "Waken the Nightmare" a double concept album. Among the band's influences are DREAM THEATER, SAGA, PINK FLOYD and MARILLION.

- Kurt Stwrtetschka / vocals
- Guido Fröhlich / guitars
- Renko Rickerts / bass
- Günter Grünebast / keyboards
- Elmar de Groot / drums

1. Midnightsun (10:13)
2. Love of an Old Man (9:15)
3. Hazard (6:39)
4. A Winters Tale (7:42)
5. It's Time for a Change (8:40)
6. Dream of Jerusalem (8:48)
7. The Russian Fail (9:40)
8. Virginhood's End (11:08)

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Subsignal - Beautiful & Monstrous 2009 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

Founded in Munich, Germany in 2007

German outfit SUBSIGNAL was at first a side project for Sieges Even members Arno Menses (vocals) and Markus Steffen (guitars). The first creative output from this duo actually made it onto the Sieges Even album Paramount - a track called Eyes Wide Open.

In the summer of 2008 they left Sieges Even, and decided to turn this side project into a band, and with the addition of Ralf Schwager (bass), Roel van Helden (drums) and David Bertok (keyboards) a full line-up was in place. The aim of the band is to more or less continue where Sieges Even left off, but with a greater variety in terms of musical expressions.

In the spring of 2009 they started recording material for their first production, and in September 2009 the debut album Beautiful and Monstrous was released.

- Arno Menses / vocals, programming
- Markus Steffen / guitars, programming
- David Bertok / keyboards
- Ralf Schwager / bass
- Roel van Helden / drums, percussion
With:
- Marcel Coenen / guitar solo (1)
- Julia Sebastian / violin
- Theresia Lehner / cello (8)

1. Where Angels Fear to Tread (6:04)
2. Paradigm (6:29)
3. The Sea (7:00)
4. The Trick Is to Keep Breathing (6:21)
5. Walking With Ghosts (7:40)
6. I Go With the Wind (4:54)
7. To Hope the Road Is Long (4:15)
8. Beautiful & Monstrous (9:38)
9. The Last Light of Summer (4:02)
Bonus tracks on 2009 LP release:
10. Rain Is The Most Beautiful Color (6:39)

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High Wheel - 1910 (1993) (Germany, Symphonic Prog)

Excellent Symphonic prog from Germany. Maybe the best band from Germany on the 90's scene. The music is highly influenced by PINK FLOYD but the strong musicianship of the band members brings the music to another dimension where their original touch takes place. They are able to add different colors to each song, sometimes with a more accoutic feel (both guitar and piano) sometimes with stronger compositions based on tastefull keyboards and heavy guitar oriented passages. Vocals are in English, excellent voice as well.

Fans of creative music began to take notice in HIGH WHEEL with their 1996 release of "There", which was on many prog-listeners top 10 lists. It is mature work, quite metaphysical. "Back from the Void", released in 2002 contains an album of very powerful progressive rock incorporating exquisite acoustic (even metal), with even symphonic extracts. A must for any symphonic prog lover! 

- Wolfgang Hierl / guitar, flute, keyboard, vocals
- Uli Jenne / drums
- Erich Kogler / bass, keyboard, vocals
- Andreas Lobinger / keyboard, guitar, vocals

1. High Wheel In The Sky, part 1 (11:35)
2. Conjunction Of Upper Spheres (6:22)
3. Outside The Circles (15:20)
4. High Wheel In The Sky, part 2 (23:08)

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High Wheel - Remember The Colours 1994 (Germany, Symphonic Prog)

- Wolfgang Hierl / electric & acoustic guitars, flute, keyboards, vocals
- Erich "Enzo" Kogler / bass, double bass, vocals
- Uli Jenne / drums
- Andreas Lobinger / keyboards, vocals 

PROLOGUE (1:44)
1. Open Lines (14:38)
2. The Sun, pt 1 (5:46)
3. Gear-Wheels (4:01)
4. After The Truth Before (4:10)
5. The Sun, pt 2 (7:40)
6. Gnihton's Promise (3:53)
7. Something In You (6:12)
8. The Four Reasons (13:18)
EPILOGUE (13:19)

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High Wheel - There 1996 (Germany, Symphonic Prog)

- Wolfgang Hierl / electric & acoustic guitars, flute, keyboards, vocals
- Uli Jenne / drums & percussion
- Erich Kogler / electric & acoustic basses, piano, vocals
- Andreas Lobinger / keyboards, accordion, vocals

1. Into Voyage (8:09)
2. Terminal Scorn Serenade (3:58)
3. There (19:19)
4. Two Towers (7:13)
5. Metamorphosis (16:14)
6. Dystopia (8:39)
7. Intermezzo (1:18)
8. The Room Of Decision (4:15)
9. Birth (6:42)

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High Wheel - Back From The Void 2002 (Germany, Symphonic Prog)

- Wolfgang Hierl / electric & acoustic guitars, flute, keyboards, vocals
- Erich "Enzo" Kogler / bass, double bass, vocals
- Uli Jenne / drums
- Andreas Lobinger / keyboards, vocals

1. Try An Error (5:02)
The Screamer (12:21)
2. a) Before The Raid (2:32)
3. b) Blasted By Screams (4:02)
4. c) Silent Room (5:48)
5. Sleepless (6:06)
6. Void (5:43)
7. Dark (3:21)
Blind Archer (31:58)
8. a) On The Archer's Hill (2:24)
9. b) Harvest (6:16)
10. c) Twisted (1:50)
11. d) Intersphere (3:51)
12. e) Man In the Cloud (2:23)
13. f) Globes (1:44)
14. g) Strings (3:02)
15. h) Arrows (3:57)
16. i) Hall Of Fame (4:23)
17. j) Archer (2:08)

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High Wheel - Live Before The Storm 2006 (Germany, Symphonic Prog)

- Wolfgang Hierl / guitar, flute, vocals
- Uli Jenne / drums
- Erich Kogler / bass, taurus pedal, keyboards, vocals
- Andreas Lobinger / keyboards, vocals

CD 1
1. Open Lines (14:52)
2. Void (5:51)
3. The Screamer (12:35)
4. Gear-Wheels (4:24)
5. Gnithon's Promise (4:09)
6. There (26:40)

CD 2
1. Outside The Circles (18:57)
2. Try An Error (5:17)
3. High Wheel In The Sky Part 1 (11:22)
4. The Four Reasons (13:43)
5. Into Voyage (11:56)
6. Hate Hounds (6:18)

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quarta-feira, 18 de abril de 2018

Rousseau - At The Cinema 2002 (Germany, Krautrock, Symphonic Prog)

- Joerg Schwarz / guitars, vocals
- Rainer Hofmann / piano, keyboards
- Dieter Beermann / bass
- Ali Pfeffer / drums, percussion

1. Welcome To The Cinema (0:55)
2. Now Or Never (3:10)
3. Rendez-vous (5:05)
4. All I Want (3:34)
5. Waterfront (3:21)
6. If This Is Heaven (5:10)
7. Retreat (2:56)
8. Back In These Arms (4:06)
9. Seattle (3:16)
10. Short Cut To Somewhere (1:46)
11. Halland (3:21)
12. Through (2:42)
13. Amour Fou (3:26)
14. At The Cinema (4:25) 

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Rousseau - Square the Circle 1987 (Germany, Krautrock, Symphonic Prog)

- Rainer Hoffmann / keyboards
- Christoph Huster / flute, drums (2)
- Christoph Masbaum / bass, percussion (6)
- Dieter Müller / vocals (4-9)
- Ali Pfeffer / drums
- Herbert G. Ruppik / acoustic guitar, vocals (2-7)
- Uwe Schilling / guitar
Guest musicians:
- Rut Hammelrath & Norbert Koop / violin (10)
- Gregor Peletz & Katia Pendzig / cello (10)
- Strings arranged by Istvan Nagy

1. Magical moments (3:34)
2. Fade away (3:15)
3. Avenue du printemps (5:46)
4. Masquerade (3:28)
5. Timeless (5:07)
6. Winter's tale (7:13)
7. Isle of light (2:57)
8. Square the circle (5:06)
9. As if painted (3:52)
10. Magical moments - Reprise (2:51) 

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Rousseau - Retreat 1983 (Germany, Krautrock, Symphonic Prog)

- Rainer Hoffmann / keyboards
- Christoph Huster / flute, acoustic guitar
- Georg Huthmacher / bass, acoustic guitar
- Christoph Masbaum / acoustic & electric guitars
- Ali Pfeffer / drums
- Herbert G. Ruppik / lead vocals

1. L'âge d'or (4:54)
2. One of a thousand (3:58)
3. Café crème (1:56)
4. China (4:09)
5. Yago (5:55)
6. Windsong (3:32)
7. Incomplete (4:33)
8. Scarlet lake (2:58)
9. Breakfast at Tiffany's (4:24)
10. Flight (3:02)

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RPWL - 2005 - World Through My Eyes 2005 (Germany, Progressive Rock)

RPWL (Risettion-Postl-Wallner-Lung - the band members) is a German progressive rock band. The band was formed in 1997 as a Pink Floyd cover band. After three years they started to make their own music based on their influences from their cover band era. Their debut CD, God Has Failed was met with international enthusiasm, praise and excellent reviews in all the major progressive rock music magazines.

The band wanted to make a statement with Trying To Kiss The Sun in 2002, which relied more on the band as a creative entity and less on their influences. Their 3rd studio album, Stock was released in 2003. It was formed of the tracks that didn't make it onto the first 2 albums, plus a cover of Syd Barrett's "Opel", which the band used at shows as a soundcheck.

In 2005 they released their 4th studio album World Through My Eyes. This was received well by fans and off it their first single was taken- "Roses" sung by former Genesis and Stiltskin vocalist Ray Wilson.

Later that year, the band released their 1st live album Live- Start The Fire. The double disc album contains the whole of the band's Rockpalast concert, again featuring Ray Wilson on lead vocals for "Roses" and one other track this time, "Not About Us", which is from Ray's one and only album with Genesis entitled Calling All Stations.

In 2007, saw the release of 9--a compilation including 5 previously unreleased live songs and 4 brand new solo songs recorded together by the band. Those studio-tracks are representing the different influences in the band. 9 was released in a limited edition of 999 CDs and was only available from their website.

In February 2008, they released a new album called The RPWL Experience, which diverted greatly from previous efforts. Martien Koolen of DPRP writes, "The southern German prog rock band certainly explores new musical horizons on this album as some songs even sound raw and unpolished."

- Yogi Lang / vocals, keyboards, producer & mixing
- Karlheinz Wallner / guitars
- Stephan Ebner / bass
- Manfred Müller / drums
With:
- Ray Wilson / lead vocals (4)
- Mark Anderton / backing vocals
- Ralf Metzler / grand piano
- Vipo Maat / guitar
- Asif Ali / sarangi
- Chris Postl / bass
- Benedikt Just / Fx
- Indian male choir
- Indian female choir
- Manasvee / Indian sessions director

1. Sleep (7:11)
2. Start The Fire (5:02)
3. Everything Was Not Enough (8:43)
4. Roses (6:36)
5. Three Lights (8:30)
6. Sea-Nature (8:21)
7. Day On My Pillow (4:23)
8. World Through My Eyes (10:14)
9. Wasted Land (4:52)
10. Bound To Reach The End (6:56)
11. New Stars Are Born (7:00)

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Seven Steps to the Green Door - Step in 2 My World 2008 (Germany, Neo-Prog)

- Andreas Gemeinhardt / guitars
- Marek Arnold / keyboards, sax
- Ulf Reinhardt / drums, percussion
- Heiko Rehm / bass
- Lars Koehler / vocals
- Ronny Gruber / vocals
- Anne Trautmann / vocals

1. New Rising (5:55)
2. Stay Beside (6:01)
3. Step into my world (5:44)
4. Melissa (3:58)
5. My lovely Mr. Singong Club (2:53)
6. Attract Me (5:31)
7. Paid for Flance (7:26)
8. Moon Talks to Me (7:53)
9. Rishing Shore (6:04)
10. Closer (7:45)
11. Out of Clouds (5:07)
12. Making Of (1:24)

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Neuschwanstein - Fine Art 2016 (Germany, Krautrock, Symphonic Prog)

- Robby Musenbichler / guitar
- Valentin Neuroth / guitar
- Karel Szelnik / keyboards
- Thomas Neuroth / keyboards
- Sabine Fröhlich / violin, viola
- Gary Woolf / concert flute
- Gudula Rosa / descant recorder
- Rainer Kind / drums

1. Fetes (Claude Debussy) (10:22)
2. Per Omnem Vitam (4:49)
3. God's Little Plan (1:34)
4. Florence Coleman - Part One (3:55)
5. Florence Coleman - Part Two (3:09)
6. The Angels Of Sodom (3:05)
7. Die Geschichte Vom Kleinen Hahnchen (2:30)
8. The Distributor (5:21)
9. Der Mond Ist Aufgegangen (J. A. P. Schulz) (2:57)
10. Wehmut, Stark Wie Banyuls (Camille Saint-Saens) (3:56) 

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Neuschwanstein - Battlement 1979 (Germany, Krautrock, Symphonic Prog)

- Frédéric Joos / lead vocals, acoustic guitars
- Roger Weiler / guitars
- Thomas Neuroth / keyboards
- Klaus Mayer / flutes, synthesizers
- Rainer Zimmer / bass, backing vocals (5)
- Hans-Peter Schwarz / drums
With:
- Hermann Rarebell / drums (1)

1. Loafer Jack (4:42)
2. Ice With Dwale (6:21)
3. Intruders And The Punishment (7:34)
4. Beyond The Bugle (7:31)
5. Battlement (7:05)
6. Midsummer Day (7:42)
7. Zärtlicher Abschied (5:42)

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