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8 thoughts on “ This Is Not A Prog Song - RPWL - The RPWL Experience (CD, Album)

  1. RPWL is a German progressive rock band. Its name was taken from the first letters of the original 4 members: Chris Postl, Phil Paul Rissettio, Yogi Lang, and Karlheinz Wallner. With their debut CD "God Has Failed" in September , RPWL was greeted on all sides with great enthusiasm. Praise and excellent reviews in all the important magazines.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live [DVD/CD] - RPWL on AllMusic -
  3. In February , they released a new album called The RPWL Experience, which diverted greatly from previous efforts. Martien Koolen of DPRP writes, "The southern German prog rock band certainly explores new musical horizons on this album as some songs even sound raw and unpolished." Eric Walker (USA) Related band on PA: VIOLET DISTRICT.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, Live Experience - RPWL on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for RPWL Live Experience - RPWL on AllMusic - This Is Not a Prog Song. RPWL. RPWL. Amazon: 7: Sleep. RPWL.
  5. The Experience is the decent and interesting album from RPWL. I am not going to find influences, it's obvious, Watson. The difficult question is how to rate this stuff. This is an arguable thing, on the one hand, RPWL are maturing with each their effort, just listen 'Silenced', 'Watch Myself', 'Masters of War' here for a proof.
  6. And even though RPWL is a German band, The RPWL Experience is certainly a very British-influenced album; melodic, nicely crafted tracks like "Where Can I Go," "This Is Not a Prog Song," and "River" sound like they could have easily come from the United Kingdom.
  7. I was listening to "The RPWL Experience" yesterday and marveled at how excellent this album is. Clocking in at over there is no filler and many, many highlights. Listening to the opening song, "Silenced" is a literal explanation of RPWL's sound and the styles they cover, which are many and done impeccably well/5(19).

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