Argent were an English rock band founded in 1969 by keyboardist Rod Argent, formerly of The Zombies. They were best known for their songs "Hold Your Head Up" and "God Gave Rock and Roll to You." In Deep, released in 1973, is the 4th studio album by Argent; originally released by Epic Records. It features the original full-length recording of "God Gave Rock and Roll to You", which reached No.18 in the UK charts (U.S. #114); when released as a single in edited form later the same year. It was later remade by Kiss as "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II" for the film Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey in 1991, when it was a massive worldwide hit. Nexus is the fifth album by British rock band Argent. Released in 1974 on CBS Records (USA: Epic Records).
Collector's box set from Anthem includes their seven studio albums, a rare live album "LAST ANTHEM," and a bonus CD with tracks not included in their original albums. Also includes a DVD with excerpts from "LAST ANTHEM" and interview with the members. Limited to 2000 copy.
You really must get this and all their albums (this is really their third, the first is hard to find). This latest effort captures more of their live show power…
2012 release from this Argentinian prog quartet who had their greatest exposure in the US when they played at NEARFest. This is symphonic rock with especially notable performances from the keyboardist (who also sings), who favors a organ sound and the guitarist, who really sounds like he means every note in his solos. Nicely done.
Nexus is without hesitation one of the most popular and respected prog rock bands from South America in last almost 2 decades. They really become to conquer the world with their second offer Metanoia from 2001, that album show big potential and excellent songwriting. The third album comes after almost 5 years silence face previous one is named Perpetuum Karma issued in spring of 2006. Well, the music remaining on same coordinates as on Metanoia, with bombastic passages, great duels between musicians, excellent songwriting, the only thing different is the voice, no more Maria Gonzalez here, now we have Lito Marcello.