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4 stars There is no way in which you can objectively judge a band's music on the basis of just two songs. But in this case, it'll have to do. Intriguing music, bearing a strong mark of the good musicianship that the band is about to show in their upcoming works and forshadowing of what Pure Reason Revolution is certainly going to develop into.
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Posted Saturday, August 12, 2006 | Review Permalink
2 stars Pure Reason Revolution - 'Apprentice of the Universe' 2 stars

Well, not much to say about two songs.

This is the earliest release of this band so far. If you listened to this work after the 'The Dark Third' you can get a lot of insight at what they patched up. There are many things missing on this EP. The first would be the production job of Paul Northfield that really brought this band alive. The drums on the album sound appalling to me, they are played well but sound so dead. The second would be the layers of the music. There are plenty of more guitar parts on their first official album along with plenty of samples to keep the music interesting. This EP in conclusion is two tracks at their core, later developed into wonderful pieces of art. This is for collectors only I'm afraid.

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