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Anomaly

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Released: 2010
Track listing: Drum Boogie; We Know; Forever; Dark Moon; Gazelle; If U Dare; Election Day; Coming Down; Catlett Out of The Bag; Water Changes Everything; Anthem; The Wait Has Lifted the Weight.

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Lenny White: Anomaly

Read "Anomaly" reviewed by Ian Patterson

At twenty-five, Lenny White had established a reputation as one of the best drummers in jazz-rock and fusion, having featured as a nineteen year-old on trumpeter Miles Davis' epochal Bitches Brew (Columbia, 1969) and forming one-half of the formidable rhythm team, alongside bassist Stanley Clarke in Chick Corea's seminal fusion group, Return to Forever. In the ...

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Dark Moon

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Released: 2010
Duration: 06:49

Anomaly

Label: Bee & Bee Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1) B-yond 2K (5.34)
2) >4hth&x (4.06)
3) 101101001 (4.57)
4) Xtreme (4.54)
5) Mt Chamber (4.39)
6) Xs D-nied (5.06)
7) Vir2al (8.36)
8) None Of The Above (4.47)

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Anomaly: Anomaly

Read "Anomaly" reviewed by Scott Andrews

The Dutch quartet Anomaly plays crunchy, instrumental progressive metal with melodic development and intricate rhythms, a completely different band and style from the Florida, light prog rock Anomaly of Jim Studnicki and Jim Dorian that featured the rhythm section of Cynic. Anomaly adroitly tackles the difficult task of writing engaging instrumental metal by utilizing the melodic ...


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