Remember the Future is the fourth album from English progressive rock band Nektar. Much like their debut album Journey to the Centre of the Eye, it is a concept album which is formally divided into ten tracks but in fact consists of one continuous piece of music. Remember the Future was first released in 1973 by Bacillus (Bellaphon). The album was re-released in 1990 on LP and CD by Germany's Bellaphon. The mix used for this release was the LP mix that was rejected
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2 DISC 2 1. Remember The Future 2. Let It Grow 3. Lonely Roads The 1970 Boston Tapes 4. New Day Dawning 5. Do You Believe In Magic 6. Candlelight 7. Good Day 8. The Life I’ve Been Leading 9. Where Did You Go 10. Sealed With A Kiss 1.
Nektar, "Remember the Future," reminds me of the first two Yes albums, as a matter of fact, I like "Remember the Future" better! It is more melodic, with its beautiful melodies, accented by the singing that is right on par with Yes on "Remeber the Future" Part 1 & 2; especially the gorgeous harmonies which float through my ears into my brain like white tufts of billowing fair weather clouds.
Album · 2012 · 3 Songs. 2. Remember the Future (Electro House Mix) (feat.
Remember the Future is the fourth album from English progressive rock band Nektar. It is a concept album featuring one song divided into two parts. On the original LP, each side contained one of the two parts. It was first released in 1973 by Bacillus (Bellaphon). release, Remember the Future (1973), propelled the band briefly into mass popularity. It shot into the Top 20 album charts in the . The follow-up album, Down to Earth (1974), was another concept album with a circus theme; it also sold well, breaking into the Top 40 album charts and included Nektar's only song to chart on the Billboard singles charts, "Astral Man".