Prog Rock Jeopardy!

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Can you name the progressive rock artists from these trivia clues?

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This female-fronted prog rock band derived its name from a Terry Riley minimalist composition.
One of the most popular current progressive rock bands, their recent albums have included guest spots by Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew and Alex Lifeson.
Getting their name from a Tolkien novel, this group was among the very first 'neo-prog' bands.
Originally fronted by a singer from Zanzibar, this quartet remains one of the best-selling bands of all time.
This band's second album, released in 1967, was recorded with the London Festival Orchestra.
Popular in their own right, members of this band went on to join King Crimson, Asia, the Moody Blues and the Buggles among others.
As evidenced by their first big single, the lyrics of this popular progressive metal band often deal with drug-related themes.
This band is named after a 17th Century agriculturist, and not a band member.
Almost all of the lyrics from this band's albums have been in a fake language called 'Kobaian'. No, it's not Sigur Ros.
This band's first singer was the second member (on an album) to leave. Their second drummer (on an album) was also their second lead singer.
This 'easygoing' band was founded by three brothers and 'three friends'.
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His debut album was the first ever record to be released on the Virgin Records label.
This band has gone through several complete lineup changes with the only constant being guitarist Robert Fripp.
Formed by three Berklee graduates, this band is often considered the pioneer of progressive metal.
This trio was prog's first 'supergroup', featuring members from The Nice, Atomic Rooster and King Crimson.
Their first drummer was John Rutsey. Their second has become a rock legend.
Their one big hit included no lyrics but a whole lot of yodelling.
This female singer-songwriter was discovered at the age of 16 by Pink Floyd's David Gilmour.
This band's 'classic' lineup featured a saxophonist but no bassist. No static, either.
Their first singer went insane after their first album, but that didn't stop the band from becoming one of the most distinctive and influential.
This quintet's first lineup in 1969 was completely different from their 'classic' lineup in 1971. No wonder their name is a synonym of 'rebirth'...

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