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    Have a listen you might like?

    I used to sell CD,s to companys that used them to test out Hifi. So its palatable, but this is my newest work from the project UDA http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/uda_music.htm just have to register to listen, but trust me it'll be worth it, maybe. lol. If you prefer Ambient and Electronica, Dub, etc, then theres Dub Temple my second project http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/dubtemple_music.htm The third one will be "From then to here", and that is all the earlier progressive rock music. If Geri halliwell can do it, anythings possible!!

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    Ive got another project which is more Prog Rock "from then to here", here read this review http://www.positive-feedback.com/Issue6/uda.htm , free MP3 downloads, im not selling so its not spam im just insane and want to give it away!.
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    I dont know I think I might be selling chicken dinners to Yaks!!.

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    ha ha ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by cod
    I dont know I think I might be selling chicken dinners to Yaks!!.
    I thought Yak was banned.

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    Unhappy

    Were they banned from the countryside?? poor old Yakkies

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    From Then To Here

    Quote Originally Posted by cod
    I used to sell CD,s to companys that used them to test out Hifi. So its palatable, but this is my newest work from the project UDA http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/uda_music.htm just have to register to listen, but trust me it'll be worth it, maybe. lol. If you prefer Ambient and Electronica, Dub, etc, then theres Dub Temple my second project http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/dubtemple_music.htm The third one will be "From then to here", and that is all the earlier progressive rock music. If Geri halliwell can do it, anythings possible!!
    Thanks for the disk, cod.

    I don't know if anyone else took up cod on his offer a few months back. I did. He sent me a copy of From Then To Here.

    The disk is high quality ambient instrumental "progressive" music. It is very listenable and very melodic with souring guitar work prominently featured. The guitar style is smooth and reminiscient of folks like Andy Latimer from Camel and David Gilmour from PF. It does have a new-age feel to it though, as it doesn't quite have the edge that I would want from a rock album. It would make great background and late night listening, and I mean that in a good way. Sometimes that's just the thing that is needed.

    Good job, cod, on an excellent sounding album. I'll have to listen to some of those new MP3s.

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