We are about to release an album called II (or if you prefer: "2")
Having had many reviews for album 1 and read endless reviews of other "prog" albums, we already know that many who gravitate to the genre that we all know as Progressive Rock, have decided pretty much what a prog album should be. They either consider themselves experts or have chosen their own little sub genre or even era of prog.
A strange fact is that "normal" people, who have no idea what prog is, are much less narrow minded. It could be said that they are open minded or in fact, don't give a tinkers cuss about genres and rules.
Now this is all very confusing. How did it come to be, that music with no boundaries attracted the worst possible audience?
This is of course, a generalisation. Only a small percentage of people have the time or inclination to listen to music in the same way that prog fans do, so prog fans are our main audience.
1. If you don't like surprises, do not buy Corvus Stone II
2. If you only like 70s prog, do not buy Corvus Stone II
3. If you do NOT like 70s prog, do not buy Corvus Stone II
4. If you only like long(or short) songs, do not buy Corvus Stone II
5. If you don't like instrumental music, do not buy Corvus Stone II
6. If you don't like a variety of singers, do not buy Corvus Stone II
7. If you only like heavy prog, Jazz or melodic rock, do not buy Corvus Stone II
8.If you don't like heavy prog, jazz or melodic rock, do not buy Corvus Stone II
9. If you LOVE Pink Floyd, buy a Pink Floyd album
NOTE: These 2 tracks are not like one another, or like the other 71 minutes on the album