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Performer: Shadowland
Title: Ring Of Roses
Released: 1992
Style: Prog Rock
Rating: 4.1
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Band Name Shadowland. Album Name Ring of Roses. Labels SI Music Verglas Music. Members owning this album2.

Released in 1992 to a favourable reaction, "Ring of Roses" was the band's debut album. While his commitment to each of these bands is total, Shadowland is his baby. Here, Clive steps out from behind the keyboards to assume the role of front man and vocalist. He is joined in the band by Threshold guitarist Karl Groom, Arena bassist Ian Salmon, and Threshold drummer Nick Harradence. Released in 1992 to a favourable reaction, "Ring of Roses" was the band's debut album.

Ring Of Roses is the exellent first release by Shadowland. Formed in 1992 by Pendragon keyboard player Clive Nolan, Threshold guitar player Karl Groom, Janison Edge bass player Ian Salmon, (who is the current bass player for Clive's other awesome band, Arena,) and Threshold drummer Nick Harradence. Often lumped together with other Prog bands of the time, Shadowland is different. The songs on this album are sometimes melodic, moving, and moody. Other times they are filled with dark paranoia, angst, self reflection and about literately falling apart

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Ring a Ring o' Roses" or "Ring a Ring o' Rosie" is a nursery rhyme or folksong and playground singing game. It first appeared in print in 1881, but it is reported that a version was already being sung to the current tune in the 1790s and similar rhymes are known from across Europe. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 7925. Urban legend says the song originally described the plague, specifically the Great Plague of London, or the Black Death, but folklorists reject this idea.

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