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Arjen Anthony Lucassen
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Arjen Anthony Lucassen's Strange Hobby
Review by Gary Hill

This album was originally released quite a few years back, but without Lucassen's name attached. This new reissue gives full credits.


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Ayreon is Arjen Luccassen. He creates magnificent rock operas under that name and manages to bring in some of the most impressive musicians in the business to work with him on these projects.
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Stream of Passion - Embrace the Storm
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Arjen Lucassen is a pioneer of the progressive as he can always be found engineering new and innovative projects. He finds talent in all the right places and involves many gifted artists in all aspects of his music.


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Ayreon - Flight Of The Migrator Universal Migrator (Part 2)
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Dutch band Ayreon has released two albums together as two parts of one story. The discs both have very different sounds, and a large cast of supporting musicians. This disc is the more melodic, song-oriented mode.

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Ayreon - Universe DVD
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This starts with a future person, looking like a borg introducing the situation and setting the scene in a theatrical way. The music powers out after this extended introduction, powerful and rocking for the prologue.


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