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Bill Bruford's Metal Album?

I thought I was going crazy as I couldn't find an Earthworks album with him on it.

He's credited on the Bruford albums Feels Good to Me and also One of a Kind. I'm going through them now.
Those are the two I'm aware of. And not so metal in the sense of Thrak, so apologies Doc. Do share if you find what you were looking for with the original post! Best, Daniel
 

Piing

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Most Classic Progressive Rock bands had their "Metal" side, but with good taste. e.g.: Genesis The Knife, from their second album Trespass (1970). It is good as it is, but with a different production it could sound much more powerful than most of these modern metal bands with goat beards and unfriendly faces
 
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