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  1. Samushicage

    The second part of their two part Sleeping In Traffic saga is a beast which demands attention. Rockish riffs mix with smooth keyboards, killer bass lines, a beating rhythm and excellent vocals to make something great.
  2. Malajar

    In , the band began a two part concept album titled Sleeping in Traffic, with an interesting theme of a man who fell asleep in traffic and then traveled through various, humorous, quirky, and interesting dreams before re- awakening on the epic minute title track featured on this album, Part 2. The band has crafted an album full of interesting styles amalgamated into an /5.
  3. Arataxe

    Das CD-Album "Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two" von Beardfish () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  4. Mauktilar

    Although progressive rock's popularity peaked in the '70s, it continued to enjoy a cult following in the 21st century -- and one of the noteworthy prog rock bands that came out of Europe in the s was Sweden's Beardfish, who have no problem balancing intellect and emotion on their fourth album, Sleeping in Traffic, Pt. 2.
  5. Faurn

    Limited edition Original Album Collection in a clamshell box, with the CDs in card covers. Features the studio albums Sleeping In Traffic Part 1 (), Sleeping In Traffic Part 2 (), Destined Solitaire (), Mammoth () and The Void ().
  6. Akinolkis

    Watch the video for South Of The Border from Beardfish's Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  7. Mezijora

    South Of The Border This song is by Beardfish and appears on the album Sleeping in Traffic: Part Two ().
  8. Vudoll

    May 15,  · Sleeping in Traffic: Part Two is a highly polished, fully accomplished, well produced album of Genesis/Yes style prog rock. All the tracks are really good once you penetrate them and I would recommend this album to anyone wanting to enjoy a rigorous prog rock workout with shades of dark humor. I look forward to catching up on their earlier albums/5(25).

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