They're good records, all right.
They're not progressive rock records, though. Sorry. That's stretching things absurdly. Next thing you know, Rainbow is prog rock (and they do have a more credible claim to being progressive rock).
Your opinion, but I think it's a rather sad one.
So there's no genuine prog-rock around anymore?
Do you want me to summ up all of the great proggy bands that I've discovered the past five years or so?
Do you have a week or so?
Rush is known for stating in a DVD that they changed their music because, by that record before Moving Pictures, their songs were gettin' "too difficult to play". That's accepting mediocrity, sorry.
In fact there isn't progressive rock nowadays. There's neoprog, though.
Keep sleeping, dear.