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The Progressive Tracks Show #232 (How The World Turns), originally broadcast on Friday, October 20, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

This week’s show features some independent artists, some brand new music, and celebrates another Golden Tracks album on its 50th anniversary…  all in the context of the real world, and a real Prog World tragedy.

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PLAYLIST:

  • The Mothers of Invention – “Plastic People” from Absolutely Free on Verve
  • Marquette – “Mass Hysteria” from Human Reparation on Achim Wierschem, Markus Roth
  • Thumpermonkey-  “Garmonbozia” from Electricity – EP on Rockosmos
  • Strattman – “The Scene of the Crime” from The Lie of the Beholder (feat. Nick D’Virgilio) on 10T Records
  • Strattman – “Detonation” from The Lie of the Beholder (feat. Nick D’Virgilio) on 10T Records
  • The Mothers of Invention – “Vegetable Suite: Call Any Vegetable” from Absolutely Free on Verve
  • The Mothers of Invention – “Vegetable Suite: Invocation & Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin” from Absolutely Free on Verve
  • The Mothers of Invention – “Vegetable Suite: Soft-Cell Conclusion” from Absolutely Free on Verve
  • Wucan – “Wie die Welt sich dreht (How The World Turns)” from Reap the Storm on Haensel & Gretel
  • Little Atlas – “At the End of the Day” from Automatic Day on 10T Records
  • Strattman – “A Better World” from The Lie of the Beholder (feat. Nick D’Virgilio) on 10T Records
  • Wucan – “Ebb & Flute/The Eternal Groove” from Reap the Storm on Haensel & Gretel
  • Thumpermonkey – “Woodscrivened” from Electricity – EP on Rockosmos
  • Marquette – “The Mirror” from Human Reparation on Achim Wierschem, Markus Roth

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

The Progressive Tracks Show #227 (Impending Doom), originally broadcast on Friday, September 8, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

So can I have a show of hands… who’s getting nervous about everything that’s going on in the world right now?  Hmmm… seems quite a few of us are feeling uneasy these days.  But what do they say?  The best way is to face your fears head on, I believe.

This week we’ll listen to some possibilities set to music.  While that’s not quite head on, that’s plenty close for me right now.      :o|

PLAYLIST:

  • MoeTar “Dystopian Fiction” from Entropy of the Century on Magna Carta
  • The Plastic Cloud “Civilization Machine” from The Plastic Cloudon Pacemaker / Fontana North
  • Curtis Basque “Requiem” from Curtis Basque on Independent
  • Zaedyus “Duelo de Facones” from Stories from the End of the World on 598320 Records DK
  • Zaedyus “The Lamp of Mandinga” from Stories from the End of the World on 598320 Records DK
  • Wucan “King Korea” from Sow the Wind on Hänsel&Gretel
  • Thumpermonkey “Tzizimime” from Electricity – EP on Rockosmos
  • Equally Stupid “Politician’s Nightmare” from Escape from the Unhappy Society on Eclipse Music
  • Braindance “Dystopia” from Master of Disguise on Dr. Music Record
  • Muse “Butterflies and Hurricanes” from Absolution on Warner Bros.
  • Jeavestone “Furute Shock” from 1+1=Ok on Nordic Notes
  • Half Past Four “Rabbit” from Rabbit In the Vestibule on Half Past Four
  • Epica “Fight Your Demons” from The Solace System on Nuclear Blast
  • Leon Alvarado – “Preface” from The Future Left Behind on MRR
  • Leon Alvarado – “Launch Overture” from The Future Left Behind on MRR
  • Leon Alvarado – “A Silver Lining” from The Future Left Behind on MRR
  • Leon Alvarado – “The Star Seekers” from The Future Left Behind on MRR
  • Equally Stupid “Legacy to the Children of the 21st Century” from Escape from the Unhappy Society on Eclipse Music
  • Zaedyus “(Tecka) The Door To…The Alerces Shire” from Stories from the End of the World on 598320 Records DK

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack