Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate combine progressive/alt-rock, classical, experimental, electronic, and metal influences. This is their 5th album. Led by former consultant neuropathologist and UCL Medical School honorary senior lecturer, Malcolm Galloway. They have been developing a cult reputation after stepping in at the last minute to replace an injured band on the main stage at Hard Rock Hell's 2017 Prog Festival, opening for Magnum, Focus and Carl Palmer - Hard Rock Hell magazine 'unlikely stars who stole the show', eFestivals the 'highlight of the festival'. Tracks 1,2 and 6-10 were inspired by the novels of science fiction writer Alastair Reynolds. Should appeal to fans of - Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Marillion
Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate combine progressive/alt-rock, classical, experimental, electronic, and metal influences. This is their 5th album. Led by former consultant neuropathologist and UCL Medical School honorary senior lecturer, Malcolm Galloway. They have been developing a cult reputation after stepping in at the last minute to replace an injured band on the main stage at Hard Rock Hell's 2017 Prog Festival, opening for Magnum, Focus and Carl Palmer - Hard Rock Hell magazine 'unlikely stars who stole the show', eFestivals the 'highlight of the festival'. Tracks 1,2 and 6-10 were inspired by the novels of science fiction writer Alastair Reynolds. Should appeal to fans of - Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Marillion
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 05/15/2020
UPC: 194660788863

Nostalgia For Infinity (Uk)
Artist: Hats Off Gentlemen Its Adequate
Format: CD
New: Available to Order 18.99
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2. Twin Earth
3. Nanobotoma
4. Chasing Neon
5. Glitterband
6. Conjoiners
7. Scorpio
8. Inhibitors
9. Nostalgia For Infinity 1
10. Voyager 1
11. Sixth Extinction

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Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate combine progressive/alt-rock, classical, experimental, electronic, and metal influences. This is their 5th album. Led by former consultant neuropathologist and UCL Medical School honorary senior lecturer, Malcolm Galloway. They have been developing a cult reputation after stepping in at the last minute to replace an injured band on the main stage at Hard Rock Hell's 2017 Prog Festival, opening for Magnum, Focus and Carl Palmer - Hard Rock Hell magazine 'unlikely stars who stole the show', eFestivals the 'highlight of the festival'. Tracks 1,2 and 6-10 were inspired by the novels of science fiction writer Alastair Reynolds. Should appeal to fans of - Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Marillion