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Now and then we take a look back at one of the reviews from our ever-growing archive to see if the album has stood the test of time.

1 year ago
Pendragon - Fallen Dreams and Angels (1994)
By Andrew Halley, published Monday 22 June 2015
1 year ago
Martin Orford - The Old Road (2008)
By Martin Burns, published Saturday 13 June 2015
1 year ago
Lalu - Oniric Metal (2005)
By Raimond Fischbach, published Sunday 31 May 2015
2 years ago
Twelfth Night - Live at the Target (1981)
By Jerry van Kooten, published Wednesday 20 May 2015
2 years ago
Genesis - Calling All Stations (1997)
By Rich Kamerman , published Sunday 10 May 2015
2 years ago
Cannata - Mysterium Magnum (2006)
By Andy Read, published Sunday 26 April 2015
2 years ago
Opeth - Blackwater Park (2005)
By , published Sunday 19 April 2015
2 years ago
Netherworld - Netherworld (In The Following Half-Light) (1981/2003)
By Jerry van Kooten, published Sunday 12 April 2015
2 years ago
Yes - Going For The One (1977/2012)
By Andrew Halley, published Sunday 5 April 2015
2 years ago
Rush - Rush in Rio (DVD) (2003)
By Andy Read, published Sunday 29 March 2015
2 years ago
Porcupine Tree - Signify (1996/2004)
By Rich Kamerman, published Sunday 22 March 2015
2 years ago
The Flower Kings - Space Revolver (2000)
By Niels Hazeborg, published Sunday 15 March 2015
2 years ago
Fish - Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors (1990)
By Andy Read, published Sunday 8 March 2015
2 years ago
Pure Reason Revolution - The Dark Third (2006)
By Martin Burns, published Sunday 1 March 2015
2 years ago
Nemo - Si Partie 1 (2006)
By André de Boer, published Sunday 22 February 2015
2 years ago
Kansas - Leftoverture (1976)
By Andrew Halley, published Sunday 15 February 2015
2 years ago
Novact - Tales From The Soul (2005)
By Andy Read, published Sunday 8 February 2015
2 years ago
Big Big Train - Gathering Speed (2004)
By Eric Perry, published Sunday 1 February 2015
2 years ago
Threshold - Clone (1998)
By Andy Read, published Sunday 25 January 2015
2 years ago
Porcupine Tree - The Sky Moves Sideways (1995/2004)
By Martin Burns, published Thursday 15 January 2015

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