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Confusion - Nektar - Remember The Future (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Not to sound too cynical, but how does this 2CD Purple Pyramid edition of Remember The Future differ from the 2CD edition of this album, also on Purple Pyramid, with the same track listing (on both discs)? Oh yeah, they do have different bar codes and catalogue numbers.
  2. NEKTAR Remember The Future LP PROMO For Radio Air Play Only RARE Gatefold $ Nektar - Magic Is A Child LP Mint- PD Rare Mis-Press Label Record.
  3. Remember the Future, an Album by Nektar. Released 23 November on Bacillus (catalog no. BLPS Q; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: Allan Freeman (keyboards, aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), Roye Albrighton (guitar, lead vocals), Derek Moore (bass, aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), Ron Howden (drums, percussion, .
  4. A much requested, much anticipated picture disc vinyl version of the classic prog rock masterpiece by the unsung heroes of spacey conceptual art rock, Nektar! Features the best audio quality available of the album that put this great band on the map, climbing to No. 19 on the U.S. album charts and setting the stage for the group's first.
  5. Nektar, "Remember the Future," reminds me of the first two Yes albums, as a matter of fact, I like "Remember the Future" better! It is more melodic, with its beautiful melodies, accented by the singing that is right on par with Yes on "Remeber the Future" Part 1 & 2; especially the gorgeous harmonies which float through my ears into my brain /5().
  6. The reissued and remastered album Remember The Future. Here in a 2 CD package that features live tracks from their American Tour. TRACK LISTING. DISC 1 1. Remember the Future, Pt. 1 A. Images of the Past B. Wheel of Time C. Remember the Future D. Confusion 2. Remember the Future, Pt. 2 E. Returning Light F. Questions and Answers G.
  7. Feb 10,  · Here is Nektar's Remember The Future. The original Passport label pressing. Digitized with a Lenco L75, Shure V15III (Ed Saunders Stylus), Onkyo PR, Denon AVP and PreSonus Inspire

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