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by Deluge Grander

Instrumental symphonic progressive rock with a 1970's production style, diverse instrumentation, dense arrangements, and some exotic, hard-rock, jazz, and classical styles mixed together
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Numbered Rat, A High Ledge, And a Maze of Horizons
11:31 album only
2. Drifting Inner Skyline Space
8:27 album only
3. The Blunt Sun and the Hardened Moon
15:24 album only
4. Finding a Valley in a Gray Area on a Map
3:23 album only
5. Finding a Shipwreck in a Valley in an Ocean
6:19 album only
6. Tropical Detective Squadron
14:09 album only
7. Marooned and Torn Asunder
8:05 album only
8. Water to Glass / The Ultimate Solution
12:29 album only



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Lou Columbus

For Fans of Instrumental Progressive Rock
If you're a fan of classic progressive rock, groups such as YES, KING CRIMSON, PINK FLOYD and the like, you should dig this. One difference being there are no vocals, this is strictly instrumental music. I'm also a fan of jazz music and you'll find plenty of jazzy influences here as well. It's as if the musicians are overflowing with ideas and can barely contain themselves in sharing them. I've listened to the CD several times over the last few weeks and continue to hear new things each time through. Consider me a dedicated fan of Deluge Grander. I look forward to hearing where they go from here. P.S. - The CD comes in a beautiful digipack with a nice 10-page booklet containing original artwork!