Progressive rock, as a genre, has over the course of time produced tons of great concept albums. Probably the best definition of what a concept album is comes from Wikipedia, where it’s said that a concept album is a studio album where all musical or lyrical ideas contribute to a single overall theme or unified story.
Prog Sphere made a selection of top 30 concept progressive rock albums that we consider are the best what the genre offered so far. Let us know what are your choices in the comments below.
Top 30 Progressive Rock Concept Albums by Prog Sphere
30. Sylvan – Posthumous Silence (2006)
The subject of Posthumous Silence – a father reads the diary of his apparently dead daughter and learns for the first time about her desperation – as well as the complexity of the compositions could by all means have scared potential listeners off. Instead, the music as well as the story manages to enthrall the audience instantly and to touch everybody in a unique way.
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