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Remember the Future
Nektar
Remember the Future
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
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Remastered 2002 reissue of the British progressive rock act's 1973 album includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks 'Let It Grow' (radio promo only single edit. Previously unreleased on CD) & 'Lonely Roads' (radio ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Nektar
Title: Remember the Future
Members Wishing: 10
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bacillus Germany
Original Release Date: 1/1/2004
Re-Release Date: 8/5/2002
Album Type: Import, Original recording remastered
Genres: Pop, Rock
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766489212029

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Album Description
Remastered 2002 reissue of the British progressive rock act's 1973 album includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks 'Let It Grow' (radio promo only single edit. Previously unreleased on CD) & 'Lonely Roads' (radio promo only single edit. Previously unreleased CD).

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CD Reviews

Another Great "Lost" Album
Fred Rayworth | Las Vegas, NV United States | 07/09/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I've had this album since I bought it in the mid 80's in Turkey at a garage sale. I'd heard and seen plenty on this band but could not remember a thing about their sound. Turns out, I never even played this album when I took it home. It wasn't until the other day when I burned it to CD was I able to give it a fair listen.

This is truly another one of those great lost prog-rock gems. It is a theme album and even though I separated the individual parts into tracks, it still sounds like one continual piece, which I believe, was the intent.

The music is very guitar and keyboard oriented and there are some great jams. The guitarist tends to use the wa wa a lot, occasionally reminding me of that disco snick snick thing like in Shaft. However, that is only a minor part of this. I have no problem at all with the music and it is well done. However, I'm not really crazy about the vocals. They are not bad, and Roye is a good singer, but they sound like a mix of Jon Anderson and Roger Waters, two singers I'm not really crazy about. That is the only down side of this album.

Despite my opinion of the singing, I highly recommend this for prog-rock lovers.
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