Top IQ Albums
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The Road of Bones
The Road of Bones
[2014]
Cold Streets - Single
Cold Streets - Single
[2014]
The.Rebirth
The.Rebirth
[2009]
Frequency
Frequency
[2009]
Roll Call
Roll Call
[2006]
Evolutionary Intelligence
Evolutionary Intelligence
[2004]
Breathtaker lyricsProvider lyricsWar Heroes lyricsOne Fatal Mistake lyricsCloser lyricsFailsafe lyricsThe Narrow Margin lyricsSacred Sound lyricsIt All Stops Here lyricsKing Of Fools lyricsTunnel Vision lyricsIntelligence Quotient lyricsCapricorn lyricsShooting Angels lyricsErosion lyricsGuiding Light lyricsStill Life lyricsSubterranea lyricsThe Wrong Side Of Weird lyricsZero Hour lyricsSpeak My Name lyricsYou Never Will lyricsSleepless Incidental lyricsInfernal Chorus lyricsStronger Than Friction lyricsRyker Skies lyricsUnsolid Ground lyricsBorn Brilliant lyricsRed Dust Shadow lyricsJust Changing Hands lyricsSomewhere In Time lyricsThe Sense In Sanity lyricsLife Support lyricsHigh Waters lyricsFrequency lyricsThe Seventh House lyricsNothing At All (menel) lyricsNostalgia (falling Apart At The Seams) (menel) lyricsNomzamo lyricsNo Love Lost lyricsLeap Of Faith lyricsHuman Nature lyricsHeadlong lyricsFurther Away lyricsFading Senses lyricsDrive On (menel) lyricsDans Le Parc Du Chateau Noir lyricsCorners lyricsCommon Ground lyricsColourflow lyricsCame Down lyricsOut Of Nowhere lyricsOuter Limits lyricsHarvest Of Souls lyricsWurensh (menel) lyricsWidow's Peak lyricsThrough The Corridors (oh Shit Me!) lyricsThrough My Fingers (menel) lyricsThe Wake lyricsThe Thousand Days lyricsThe Magic Roundabout lyricsThe Last Human Gateway lyricsThe Enemy Smacks lyricsThe Darkest Hour lyricsSold On You (menel) lyricsScreaming lyricsPromises (as The Years Go By) lyricsPassing Strangers lyricsAwake And Nervous lyrics
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Related Information for IQBorn in the UK in the ’70s as The Lens, IQ remained, with Marillion, one of the very few progressive rock artists in the ’80s. The style of their earlier material drew constant comparisons to that of groups like Genesis, but the band has always rejected the ‘neo-progressive’ tag bestowed upon them.Their 1993 offering Ever was marked by the return of original singer, Peter Nicholls, and was one of the first of the progressive revival of the ’90s. read more