GeddyRulz Posted May 30, 2013 Share Posted May 30, 2013 (edited) I remember back in 1999 or 2000, when a young trio of Prog wannabes from North Carolina calling themselves Paradigm Blue released a CD called “Liquid Eyes” and created a stir on Tri-Net . Rudy embraced them, and the three band members even began posting on the board. Musically and lyrically, they were quite good. They acknowledged their debt to Rush and Dream Theater, their two biggest and most obvious influences. The lyricist (slash-bassist-slash-vocalist) had a large vocabulary, a’la Peart, and liked to flaunt it in his lyrics. Vocally, though, he sounded like a nasally Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) – the sole weakness in a band which otherwise had great potential. The CD contained a six-part suite called “The Rain Cycle,” while another song referenced the movie The Matrix with its title “There is No Spoon,” but the “single” from the CD was a six-minute track called “Atlantis.” Anyone heard it? Anyone know or remember Paradigm Blue? I’m trying to download an MP3 of “Atlantis” and have had mixed results. A couple websites have it, but they either require a membership or my computer just doesn’t like them (“WARNING: Potentially harmful to your computer!”). I’d prefer not to use any such websites. Can anyone point me to an MP3 of the song, or send me an MP3 via e-mail? Please inbox me. I've found a place (or places) online where I can LISTEN to it, but I want an MP3 copy for my iTunes/iPod. Edited May 30, 2013 by GeddyRulz 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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