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Edge of Twilight (Remastered)

Gentle Giant

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Edge of Twilight is a thorough overview of Gentle Giant's years at Vertigo Records, containing nearly every highlight from each of their early records. As a result, it's not only a perfect introduction to the strange, provocative world of Gentle Giant, it could be all the Gentle Giant most prog-rock fans need.

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Hidden Treasure

Very rarely does any art form capture the actual essence of a particular time and state of mind. The energy of these recordings is so pure that you are immediatley transferred to the moment of their creation which like your little life still reverberates through this here universe - and always will.


This is the perfect introduction to Gentle Giant's early albums. It not only gives glimpses of their incredible talent and creativity, but it paints it on a broad and colourful landscape on a massive canvas.

Advent of Panurge opens this on a high, and that waves just continues. Funny Ways, Peel ... COGS IN COGS (YEAH!) ... Raconteur and The Wreck. How could one band keep on churning out such high quality songs? Amazing.

If you enjoy true left field, creative progressive music, allied with the barbershop quartet style vocals, this is for you. Just BUY IT!!!


Formed: 1969

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed at the dawn of the progressive rock era in 1969, Gentle Giant seemed poised for a time in the mid-'70s to break out of its cult-band status, but somehow never made the jump. Somewhat closer in spirit to Yes and King Crimson than to Emerson, Lake & Palmer or the Nice, their unique...
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