Tag Archive: The Flower Kings

The Flower Kings – A Kingdom Of Colours II: The Complete Collection From 2004 To 2013 (2018) {9CDs Box Set}

The Flower Kings - A Kingdom Of Colours II: The Complete Collection From 2004 To 2013 (2018) {9CDs Box Set}

The Flower Kings – A Kingdom Of Colours II: The Complete Collection From 2004 To 2013 (2018) {9CDs Box Set}
EAC Rip | 9xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 5.02 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Inside Out Music ‎| EU | Cat#: 19075846892 | Genre: Progressive Rock

Dreams are an essential part of the musical world. Despite having been firmly involved in Sweden’s highly fertile prog rock scene in the ’70s, Roine Stolt was still harbouring dreams of maximum creative fulfilment when he arrived in the ’90s, guitar in hand and a head full of sublime musical ideas. The end result was a solo album, The Flower King, which struck such a resounding chord with a small but growing number of prog fans around the planet. It also proved to be one of a handful of albums that helped to kick-start and underpin a worldwide resurgence for adventurous, symphonic rock music that is still gaining momentum over two decades later.Read More

The Flower Kings – A Kingdom Of Colours: The Complete Collection From 1995 To 2002 (2017) {10CDs, Box Set}

The Flower Kings - A Kingdom Of Colours: The Complete Collection From 1995 To 2002 (2017) {10CDs, Box Set}

The Flower Kings – A Kingdom Of Colours: The Complete Collection From 1995 To 2002 (2017) {10CDs, Box Set}
EAC Rip | 10xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 5.84 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Inside Out Music | EU | Cat#: 88985493122 | Genre: Progressive Rock

Ten CD set. The Flower Kings, formed back in 1994 by iconic prog rock artist Roine Stolt (Transatlantic, Kaipa, Anderson/Stolt etc), release A Kingdom Of Colours (1995 – 2002), which offers the complete early years of the band covering seven studio albums on ten discs! Featuring a brand-new interview with Roine Stolt (done by Dom Lawson/Prog Magazine, The Guardian) and liner notes, plus a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity making it also a collectible release, A Kingdom Of Colours (1995 – 2002) is the best possible CD format to discover a whole bunch of inspired and diverse masterpieces of progressive rock’s recent history.Read More