Top Ten Best Progressive Rock Songs
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The most beautiful, dynamic masterpiece ever made on this planet. I've never listened to a song that could astound me as much as the Gates of Delirium. There is so much skill, technique, complexity, insane writing skills, and most of all emotion in this song. If you have not heard it you must give it a full listen. Note that this song may be too much to handle for inexperienced listeners/musicians.
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I love Queen so I'm going with this one.Listen to sample
The clean intro guitar riff just blows you away and as it slowly starts to build the tempo of train moving on rails you will get goosebumps..
The best part is When I here the engine pass I kissing you wide...
And the ending drums and guitar just make you bang your head till you cry :)
I love it <3 Thank you Porcupine to give your fans a music like that
In my opinion this composition should be #1. It's real work of genius.
The most powerfull and deep composition of progressive rock music.
my hobby is going far ^^ wide to Jethro Tull concerts, over 200.
One of my favorite Jethro Tull song with heavy horses!Listen to sample
The Poet segues seamlessly into After The Day, and the band usually play them in sequence. Together they demonstrate extremely well what BJH were all about - initially a gentle, folky, melodic song but leading into a dramatic tour de force complete with soaring mellotron and crashing guitar crescendo. Never fails to produce that special tingle-factor - but then so do many of their other songs, and the standard being so uniformly high, everyone will no doubt have a different favourite.Listen to sample
Wow great work! Nevertheless the lyrics are quite mysterious and should be more precise. But this doesn't mean this is not a timeless masterpiece, and in fact it is!Listen to sample
I think this song is not the perfect example to show one of the most brilliants bands ever.. they capture the roots of prog rock.. listen cicatriz.. tetragramatton.. OMG
No one can play disorder in such a beautiful way than Mars VoltaListen to sample
One of the best of the best.
"I listened hard but could not see life tempo change out and inside me... "
This song is just wonderful! It's about a Tolkien-esque story about knights and strange creatures, and it's a good occasion for master Andy Latimer on guitar an d flutes, wizard Peter Bardens on keyboards, powerful and precise Andy Ward on drums and dynamic Doug Ferguson on bass, to show their bright talents.Listen to sample
You deaf idiots you put all the garbage on top and OPETH at 55 go check your ears.
Very progressive music with a lot of different soft and hard parts.Listen to sample
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Updated Thursday, December 05, 2013