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Back To Abydos
Review by Gary Hill
A collection of odds and end pieces that didn't make it onto their "Old Lions…" disc, this album is actually quite good. Every meal of leftovers should be this pleasing.

Children of a Foreign Faith
Review by Gary Hill
I've liked Anubis Spire from the start. They've always had a strong, accessible, yet challenging sound.
Old Lions (In the World of Snarling Sheep)
Review by Gary Hill
This is the debut album by this band, and the title to this album is definitely among my favorite titles of all time. The album combines diverse influences, ranging from Pink Floyd to Hawkwind, Rush and even Genesis, with minimalistic chord patterns and covers much of them with tasty guitar soloing.
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Review by Greg Olma
Sampler compilations are always sketchy endeavors. I for one would not want to compile one myself. My tastes are far too wide and I would be thinking of what I like and not what I thought fits best.
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