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2.67 | 2 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Part I - The Dream: Revolution's Son (6:43)
2. Part II - The Hope: Puzzle City (3:17)
3. Part III - The Underground: Escape Into the Fray Zone (10:47)
4. Part IV - The Confrontation: Speak Truth to Power (4:29)
5. Part V - The Extinction: Gethsemane Again (5:28)
6. Part VI - The Survivors: When the Future Comes (8:01)
7. Part VII - The Re-Emergence: Dare to Sing (6:58)

Total time 45:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Tobin Mueller / synths, piano, percussion, vocals
- Twn / vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
- Bob Piper / guitars
- Darren Chapman / guitars
- Rob Thurman / drums
- Tadashi Togawa / guitars

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Review by Windhawk
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2 stars Numerous small and many minor matters went quite wrong on this debut album - at least as I see it. Which is kinda sad, the ideas in themselves aren't too bad - what is lacking is in execution.

Basically, what they are trying to do is make an album with music sounding very much like Yes; in a slightly modernized version. The synth layers, guitars and synths mix, high lead vocals, vocal harmonies, slight jazzy leanings at times, and very, very melodic.

But the instruments fight each other for space rather than filling out the soundscapes, the vocals come across as a tad off, especially compared to the melody, the chosen tones for the tunes are too low, and the vocal harmonies doesn't quite match up.

Some nice moments, but the sum of weaknesses is much greater than the sum of the strengths for this one.

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4 stars Audiocracy is a "collective" of musicians pooling their talents to create a greater whole. The collective is lead by the massive keyboards of band founder Tobin Mueller, a Wisconsin- based composer and theatre producer, and the 5-string bass and soaring vocals from Twn from New York City. Join ... (read more)

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