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The Great Disillusion

by The D/A Method

Progressive rock from Pakistan creating an unconventional blend of influences ranging from classic rock to extreme metal, all with an Eastern touch.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Angels & Djinn
5:00 album only
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2. Transcendence
1:49 album only
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3. A Day in September
5:39 album only
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4. The Illusionist
7:09 album only
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5. Darvaish
6:53 album only
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6. Alvida
3:49 album only
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7. The Wax Museum
4:55 album only
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8. Disillusion
4:46 album only
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9. Janissaries
9:04 album only
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10. Karakoram
6:06 album only
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11. Aitzaz
1:49 album only
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12. Hope Lives
8:56 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The D/A Method is a progressive rock band from Pakistan. Formed in 2012, the band has quickly gained a reputation as one of the leading acts in Pakistan's growing progressive music scene. Their sound combines an unconventional mix of influences, ranging from prog rock and metal to film scores and traditional Pakistani folk music. Seamlessly layering these contrasting elements has given the band the unique style it has become known for. The D/A Method released their debut full-length album entitled The Great Disillusion in 2015 which was met with high praise in Pakistan and received attention from the Western prog circle, including a mention in Prog Magazine. The band is currently completing its second album which is being co-produced and mixed by Bruce Soord (The Pineapple Thief, Wisdom of Crowds).

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