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Nektar - Remember The Future (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Nektar Miscellaneous Remember The Future REMEMBER THE FUTURE [Having visited the planet many times before, bluebird has always found that the people he met couldn't accept him for what he was rather than how he looked. With his blue skin and wings they either ran away from him.
  2. 3. Remember The Future (“Made In Germany” Edit) () 4. Lonely Roads () 5. Let It Grow () “The most loved of all Nektar’s albums. The whole album consisted of just one 40–minute long piece, which is completely flawless. The track is extremely carefully structured and well–written. There’s absolutely no unnecessary in here.
  3. Remember the Future, an Album by Nektar. Released in on Bacillus (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  4. Remember the Future is the fourth album from English progressive rock band spirinsosescihaslofadetiriver.coinfo like their debut album Journey to the Centre of the Eye, it is a concept album which is formally divided into ten tracks but in fact consists of one continuous piece of music.
  5. Remember the future in This is the all time winner of the NEKTAR studio releases and should have a high rated position in every prog rock collection. 'Remember the future' is a concept album about an alien called Bluebird who comes to mother earth. The production is brillant because it rrrrocks, has also psychedelic and jamming parts/5(64).
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  7. Album Review: Nektar's musical career followed a number of different trails as the band went forward through the progressive era of the s. Albums like Journey to the Center of the Eye were fairly hard-core psychedelic rock; A Tab in the Ocean and Remember the Future were solidly in the warmer "symphonic prog" camp; and later music—like.
  8. Remember The Future is basically one long track: Part I () and Part II (). All songs written by Nektar All songs published by Bleu Disque Music (ASCAP) Produced by Peter Hauke for Bellaphon/Bacillus Records P , Bellaphon Records Marketed by ABC Records, Inc. Los Angeles, Calif. N.Y., N.Y. Printed in U.S.A/5(37).
  9. Remember the Future Part One Lyrics: Take a trip back in time / Life evolving growing higher / Not just space that bluebird sees / In the sea a new domain / E-vo-lu-tion / E-vo-lu-tion / Swimming.

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