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Thread: Moron Police (quirky, catchy prog)

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    Sad to hear this.
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    Awful news. Wow.
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    Terrible news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firth View Post
    That song reminds me of Moon Safari, not a bad thing. Still absorbing.
    Definitely. My interest is officially piqued.

    Very sad to hear about their drummer. I hate seeing creative young lives cut short like that. Terrible.
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    A Boat on the Sea is their best album from what I've heard. The EP they released recently didn't sound as good to me, but I'll now have to listen to it again. It sounded quite different from the previous album based on one listen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnprogger View Post
    Anyone know this band?

    they're a quirky poppy prog band from Norway who have a new album coming out "A Boat on the Sea," their 1st album in 5 years.

    The preorder links show August 16th.



    This song is the equivalent of “everything but the kitchen sink”. From low-key pop to sprawling power metal, to neck-breaking funk-prog — the works! An unrelenting tour de force of uncompromising songwriting, drenched in melodic sing-along choruses. It encapsulates the broad, genre-breaking songwriting that defines the indefinable Moron Police.
    This song reminds me of Airman Ga Taosenai

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