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Ugg...when is it going to stop? Dropping like flies...

 

I absoluetly love all three Sargant Fury albums, especially the debut. Haven't heard Threshold. Any good?

 

RIP...

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I couldn't believe this when I read it aswell. Really a sad sad loss and a great vocalist

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WOW....I read something that said he was sick but not life threatening. I am shocked and saddened...He was quite a vocalist....R.I.P. :crying: :crying:

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Very sad, indeed ! R.I.P. Mac ! :(

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Holy shit... total surprise to me too. How sad.

 

Probably moreso for the sake of how good Sargant Fury were, Threshold are one of the few prog bands I actually don't mind... great vocalist, and Sargant Fury's 'Still want more' is one of my all time favourite classic discs. R.I.P. And thanks for the music.

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Holy shit... total surprise to me too. How sad.

 

Probably moreso for the sake of how good Sargant Fury were, Threshold are one of the few prog bands I actually don't mind... great vocalist, and Sargant Fury's 'Still want more' is one of my all time favourite classic discs. R.I.P. And thanks for the music.

 

I agree right down the line with these comments.

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Wow, such sad news. Sargant Fury kicked ass. Wasn't much of a fan of his Threshold albums but I lost interest after Damien Wilson left. RIP

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