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Megalomania (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
This new album is intriguing. The band has two members who were in the final incarnation of Nektar before Roye Albrighton's death - Klaus Henatch (keyboards and vocals) and Tom Fry (bass and vocals).

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Nektar - Fortyfied
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve been a big fan of Nektar for many years. They have always been one of the better obscure bands out there and I’ve always wanted to see them live, but I’ve yet to have the chance.
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Nektar - Live in Bremen
Review by Gary Hill
Nektar front-man Roye Albrighton passed away while this album was being prepared for release. I've read that this was actually his last live performance with the band.

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Nektar - Live in Bremen (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

This new three-LP set is a live recording of Roye Albrighton's final performance with Nektar.


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Various Artists - The Spirit of Sireena 13
Review by Gary Hill

This sampler disc gives a varied look into a number of releases from the Sireena label. While it's not all progressive rock, there are enough prog leaning things here, and real prog, for me to include it under that heading.


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Nektar - Time Machine
Review by Gary Hill
There were three new albums this time that disappointed me a bit.

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