Brian Johnstone | Consent Under Coercion

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Consent Under Coercion

by Brian Johnstone

Melodic progressive rock/symphonic rock with great sonic textures, a contemporary feel, clever musicianship and visionary compositions. A blend of classic and modern prog rock with great songs and melodies.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Precious Dreamer
5:13 $0.50
2. Crammed In
7:03 $0.50
3. Judgement Day
5:37 $0.50
4. Lumang
6:53 $0.50
5. Ujezd Tarantella (Taste the Fear)
5:49 $0.50
6. The Course of Empire: 1. Children of the Stars (Savage)
4:28 $0.50
7. The Course of Empire: 2. First Renaissance (Pastoral)
7:43 $0.50
8. The Course of Empire: 3. The Greater Good (Consummation)
5:49 $0.50
9. The Course of Empire: 4. Scourge of Humanity (Destruction)
4:24 $0.50
10. The Course of Empire: 5. The Greatest Tragedy (Desolation)
8:25 $0.50
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Album Notes
Brian Johnstone is a driven and charismatic artist with a unique approach to his blend of progressive rock. His imaginative arrangements, beautiful melodies and contemporary arrangements echo the work of artists the likes of Rush, It Bites or Toto, just to mention a few.
As a seasoned keyboardist, Brian is part of several bands and side projects, including Zdiar, Visions Light and Scarlet Inside

His sound is all about great sonic textures with a contemporary feel, clever musicianship and visionary compositions. Find out more and let the music tell you the rest of the story over at brian johnstone dot com



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