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CD Reviews
The Bringer of Dreams (Special Edition)
Review by Julie Knispel
The Bringer of Dreams is Pallas’s first studio effort in 4 years, following on from the powerful and successful The Cross and the Crucible. Much like its predecessor, this new album could possibly be termed a concept album, but perhaps only in the loosest of terms.
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The Cross and the Crucible
Review by Steve Alspach
One of Scotland's finest, and longest running, progressive bands strikes again with this album. It's an ambitious effort, full of gothic choirs and grandiose themes involving theology and the origins of man.
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XXV
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve never been a huge fan of Pallas. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always liked them, but never been blown away by them – until now that is. 

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DVD Reviews
Pallas - Moment to Moment DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This new DVD from Pallas should be a real treat for their fans. It's a treat for anyone else who enjoys neo-prog as well, though.

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Concert Reviews
Pallas - Live at Celebr8 Festival London, England, July 2012
Review by Alison Reijman
With both High Voltage and Glastonbury shelved this year due to the London Olympics, there appeared a real gap in the market for a quality summer music festival in the capital ahead of the Games.

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Pallas - Live at London’s High Voltage Festival, July, 2011
Review by Alison Reijman
The opening slot of the High Voltage Festival went to the rejuvenated Scottish neo-prog rockers whose new lease on life has come through the release of XXV, their critically acclaimed follow-up (albeit 20 years later) to The Sentinel.

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Pallas - Live at RoSfest, April, 2006
Review by Josh Turner
This band greatly exceeded my expectations. Their sound engineers had this one tweaked to perfection.
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Various Artists - Citizens of Hope and Glory. The Story of Progressive Rock written by Stephen Lambe
Review by Scott Montgomery

This is an enjoyable read that saunters through the chronology and culture of progressive rock.


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Alan Reed - First in A Field of One
Review by Alison Henderson

The past two years have been a real step into the unknown for former Pallas frontman Alan Reed who parted company from the band nearly three years ago in acrimonious fashion.


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Various Artists - Mountains Come Out of the Sky. The Illustrated History of Prog Rock – written by Will Romano
Review by Scott Montgomery
Overall, this is a very good and highly recommended overview of the genre and its history. 
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Pendragon - Passion
Review by Gary Hill

I have to say that before this album I haven’t paid that much attention to Pendragon.


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Caamora - She
Review by Bill Knispel
Everything bigger than everything else.  That seems, in many ways, to be Clive Nolan’s modus operandi. 
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Caamora - She
Review by Bill Knispel
Repeatedly in my review of the album She, I make reference to how impressive this material might be if staged as a musical. 
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