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The Scribbling Man

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I've recently done an edit of Peter Gabriel's "Not One of Us" - partly to make it fit the credits on my "The Hidden" edit, partly to make it slightly less trippy and just tighten up the structure. 

Being a listener of progressive rock, it's not uncommon to come across a 30 minute epic that's a little too indulgent. I've often thought of editing some down, but not gotten around to it yet. 

I know that there are a few fan-edits of Yes' Topographic Oceans on YouTube, though none really did it for me. Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree, who remixes a lot of classic albums, did his own cut of that album as well.
 

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As far as I know, there isn’t a version of the Beatles song Let It Be that does away with the Phil Spector wall of sound production like on the Naked album, but still retains the grittier guitar solo featured on the Let It Be album.
 
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