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It Bites
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CD Reviews
Eat Me In St. Louis
Review by John Pierpoint
This was the last studio album from the original line-up of It Bites.

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Map of the Past
Review by Alison Reijman
It Bites first exploded onto the British music scene back in the 80s, when, having formed in 1982, they had a huge commercial hit with their second single, the anthemic “Calling All The Heroes” four years later.

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Once Around the World
Review by John Pierpoint
Are It Bites a pop band or a progressive rock band?

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Concert Reviews
It Bites - Live at Celebr8 Festival London, England, July 2012
Review by Alison Reijman
Jon Patrick, promoter of the House of Progression series of concerts at the Peel pub in Kingston, together with Geoff Banks, music manager, promoter and writer put together a weekend event featuring the best of the prog bands that had appeared previously on the rather cramped stage at the Peel.

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Kompendium - Beneath the Waves
Review by Alison Henderson

Kompendium is a huge musical project masterminded by Rob Reed, main-man of the very classy British prog band Magenta.


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The Syn - Live Rosefest
Review by Greg Olma

The Syn may not be a household name but many prog fans know it as a band that Chris Squire lent his talents to before forming Yes (and again for a while when the band reunited in the twenty first century).  


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Various Artists - Yesterday and Today: 50th Anniversary Tribute To Yes
Review by Gary Hill

This new various artists collection, as you would imagine, pays tribute to the music of Yes. It's an intriguing set.


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