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3.40 | 12 ratings | 2 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Reversal (10:38)
2. Father Pyramid (4:49)
3. Ceremony Master (6:23)
4. Division Man (4:21)
5. Marketing (7:41)
6. Life of Gear (6:32)
7. From Space to Time (25:10)
- Part 1 : Evolution
- Part 2 : Bodes
- Part 3 : Seperation
- Part 4 : Eden

Total Time: 65:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Martin Goulding / guitar
- Charlie Griffiths / guitar
- Dave Marks / bass
- Nick Lowczowski / drums
- Jos Geron / vocals

Releases information

CD Harderbaran (2005)

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LINEAR SPHERE Reality Dysfunction ratings distribution

(12 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(55%)
Good, but non-essential (18%)
Collectors/fans only (9%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Linear Sphere is a progressive metal band from UK. Is a young band with potential but something is not working as I want on this single album from 2005. The music is ok with god and mediocre passages, morea re good one's , showing that the guitar duo is good , wirh nice shifts from heavier side to a more mellow aproach. The bass is good, the drums did a good job, but now, the voice of Jos Geron are simply horrible. I don't know if this is a joke of a voice or they want it to sound like that. Man, is one of the most unpleasent and unenjoyble vocal parts I ever heared from any genre,any band any period of time, this guy sings like he is underwater 200 feet, really I'm not joking, he has no voice, and above that on some parts, more like on whole parts the vocal parts sound like a band who plays industrial music, robotic with to many scraches or whatever thay are. The music is ok in parts is even great, the duo guitars did the best job here, but the voice ruins everything that is good here, really, she drags the album to be a 2 stars for me. As a whole is not a bad album, and if this Reality dysfunction were an instrumental album, than for sure I would give a higher rate. Anyway, I don't think they desearve one star, because the instrumental passages are good. 2 star is ok.

Latest members reviews

4 stars This is very good in the extreme Prog ,this was put in prog metal It shud a been in Extreme prog for shure This music is brutal Space hight Tech Like spastic ink a la Meshuggah .The voice is odd , no grault ,shouth in a way managebel to my hear the music is hyghly Thecnical this is to close t ... (read more)

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