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The 100 Greatest Prog Anthems Of All Time

What is the greatest prog anthem of all time? Will a classic steal the top spot, or is it time for a new generation of proggers to take over? Prog turned to you, the readers, for the answers

100) Inca Roads - Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention

from One Size Fits All (DiscReet, 1975)

On Ruth!’ Catchy, complex, sweet, sarky and surreal, the fan favourite that kicks off One Size Fits All encapsulates everything good about 70s-era Mothers, including their marimba/xylophone/vibes player, the incomparable Ruth Underwood.

You say: “Outrageous musicianship, complicated playing and a sense of humour… It doesn’t get any better than this!” Andrew Hapeman


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