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  1. JRE #274 - Alex Grey, Brian Redban


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    JRE #274 - Alex Grey, Brian Redban

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    • Tool 11.24.2002


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      Tool 11.24.2002

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      • A Perfect Circle "Stone & Echo" (Full Concert)(Live @ Red Rocks 2011)


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        Live 2011, Red Rocks.

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        • The Seven Ages Of Rock pt 7 "What the World Is Waiting For"


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          The British Indie scene flourished in Manchester in the early 1980s. Manchester was transformed by The Smiths, through Morrissey's lyrics into a place of epic romance as part of a critique of…

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          • Tool's Holy Gift


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            This is Tool's third studio album, "Lateralus", with the tracks placed in Fibonacci order, seemingly giving it the effect of one epic song. The "Holy Gift" is named from part…

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            • Alex Grey - The healing power of sacred art


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              • The Seven Ages Of Rock Pt 4 "Never Say Die"


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                Heavy metal is the music critics love to hate, but also the longest lasting mainstay of rock music. More than any other band at the time, Black Sabbath were influenced by their surroundings, heavily…

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                • The Seven Ages Of Rock Pt 1 "The Birth of Rock"


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                  Jimi Hendrix grew up in Seattle in the 1950s, learning the Twelve-bar blues as a teenager. Whilst in the army he came under the influence of the electric blues of artists such as Howlin' Wolf,…

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                  • The Seven Ages Of Rock Pt 2 "White Light, White Heat"


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                    In 1967, Pink Floyd published "Arnold Layne", a song about a clothes-stealing transvestite, introducing a new concept in pop music, psychadelia. Like Andy Warhol did with The Velvet Underground…

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                    • The Seven Ages Of Rock pt 6 "Left of the Dial"


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                      "Seattle, Washington, USA. In the early 1990s the music capital of the world. Home to grunge, teen spirit and the kings of alternative rock, Nirvana, the band that brought the sound of the American…

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                      • The Seven Ages Of Rock Pt 5 "We Are the Champions"


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                        One of the first big bands of stadium rock was Led Zeppelin, who played to audiences of 50,000. They were so successful that they could take 90% of the revenue, leaving only 10% for the promoters,…

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