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ProgDay, now 13, busts the purist stereotypes 

The prog lifts

"Punk" is impossible to define unambiguously. The same can't be said for "progressive rock." The genre aspires to the complexity of classical music or jazz, and it operates according to fairly rigid standards: It eschews verse-chorus-bridge structures, includes non-rock instrumentation, uses complex…

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