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'To Follow Polaris' is a new "full on" Progressive Rock album by The Tangent. That's not necessarily a surprise... that's what the band are known for. But at the same time, it's something else too. In a year when members of The Tangent could be seen onstage all over the world with Steve Hackett, Soft Machine, Karnataka, David Cross, It Bites, Cyan and others, it became clear that there was not going to be time to get together for anything more than one gig in April 2023. So the band agreed that leader/main writer Andy Tillison would keep the material coming and would make an album by The Tangent entirely alone. It would still be The Tangent. For One.
'To Follow Polaris' is a new "full on" Progressive Rock album by The Tangent. That's not necessarily a surprise... that's what the band are known for. But at the same time, it's something else too. In a year when members of The Tangent could be seen onstage all over the world with Steve Hackett, Soft Machine, Karnataka, David Cross, It Bites, Cyan and others, it became clear that there was not going to be time to get together for anything more than one gig in April 2023. So the band agreed that leader/main writer Andy Tillison would keep the material coming and would make an album by The Tangent entirely alone. It would still be The Tangent. For One.
196588706929
Tangent - To Follow Polaris [Limited Edition] (Medb)

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Format: CD
Label: INSIDE OUT
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 196588706929

To Follow Polaris [Limited Edition] (Medb)
Artist: Tangent
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The North Sky
2. A Like in the Darkness
3. The Fine Line
4. The Anachronism
5. The Single
6. The North Sky
7. Tea at Betty's

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'To Follow Polaris' is a new "full on" Progressive Rock album by The Tangent. That's not necessarily a surprise... that's what the band are known for. But at the same time, it's something else too. In a year when members of The Tangent could be seen onstage all over the world with Steve Hackett, Soft Machine, Karnataka, David Cross, It Bites, Cyan and others, it became clear that there was not going to be time to get together for anything more than one gig in April 2023. So the band agreed that leader/main writer Andy Tillison would keep the material coming and would make an album by The Tangent entirely alone. It would still be The Tangent. For One.
        
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