What 70's Prog Rock Band Should You Be In?

Ever wondered what progressive rock band you should be in? Well then, this is the test for you.

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On Mar 29, 2017

How important is technicality to you?

Would you ever make a song over 20 minutes?

Would your live shows contain a lot of theatrics?

Do album covers matter?

How many keyboards in your keyboard setup?

How would the solos in your songs be?

How much does popularity matter?

What are your most of your songs about?

Which of these lyrics would you be most likely to write?

Genesis

Genesis

You should be in Genesis, theatrics are important to you, your music is a mixture of melodic and soulful tunes and aggressive, edge-of-your-seat stories.

Yes

Yes

One of the more influential prog. rock bands, and a very technical one making it perfect for you, you should be in Yes.

King Crimson

King Crimson

You are driven, ambitious and consistent and therefore belong in the court of the Crimson King.

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd

Hey you belong in Pink Floyd, no notes go to waste. So put the sustain pedal to the metal and shine on, you crazy diamond.

Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull

Do concept albums, flute solos and a lot of ambition appeal to you? If the answer is yes, then you belong in Jethro Tull.

ELP

ELP

You are a showoff, but only because you are a master at your instrument, you belong in Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

You shouldn't be in a prog rock band

You shouldn't be in a prog rock band

You don't belong in prog rock, maybe the British invasion is more suitable for you, or perhaps the later years of Genesis. Your lyrics tend to be about simpler matters. Less complicated chord changes, less solos and more simplicity is perfect for you.