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PSEUDO SENTAI was born out of an idea in 2007 by Greg Murphy and Scott Baker. (And named after none other than the Japanese show, Super Sentai). Deciding to wait to release music under their official name until a drummer was discovered, they slowly built up and arsenal of songs and released Scrapes of an Enigmatic Nature and Y.A.B.A.T under the moniker PATIENT'S WORTH. The first was a collection of stories, and the second a thematic concept album about discovering your significance by understanding your insignificance. They added Kyle Boggs to their lineup in late 2010. After this changeup, the switched their name to PSEUDO SENTAI. In 2011, they released the first chapter of 4 from Nature's Imagination is Greater than Man's. After adding bass player Anthony Rocazella in 2012, 'The Sentai' are ready to expand their universe.

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4.00 | 2 ratings
Scrapes of an Enigmatic Nature
2009
4.00 | 1 ratings
Y.A.B.A.T.
2010
4.05 | 11 ratings
There's Always a Fucking Problem
2013

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2.00 | 1 ratings
Halloween Treats
2010
2.52 | 4 ratings
Nature's Imagination (Chapter One)
2011
3.13 | 11 ratings
Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2)
2012
2.69 | 4 ratings
Blue Solo Mission: Making a Hole in the Center of the First Outside Planet
2012
2.00 | 2 ratings
MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress)
2013

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 There's Always a Fucking Problem by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.05 | 11 ratings

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There's Always a Fucking Problem
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by frippism
Collaborator RIO/Avant/Zeuhl Team

4 stars The fact that this album was recreated from bits and pieces of tracks P/S had after their laptops were stolen from them is? perhaps even demoralizing to the reader at first. It was pretty shocking to me that P/S manage to serve not only a good album considering the circumstances, but a great album which surprises with its consistency. Greg Murphy and Scott Baker's remarkable songwriting skills along with their noteworthy mastery of "amateurish" programs such as Garageband only help to show what ridiculous amounts of potential this band has.

I've known P/S for a couple of years now. I discovered them on the forums following Greg's advertisements of the band. I became an instant fan and me and Greg and I have voiced my fanboyism to Greg straightaway, which has led to a most beautiful virtual relationship which is worthy of its own romantic novel. Since that first contact P/S has managed to release another excellent EP and a few tracks but this album manages to bring a very satisfying punch quantity and quality wise. 22 mostly short tracks that jump schizophrenically from pretty semi-acoustic moments to full blown 8-bit mathy proggy pop rock. Yeah I really don't know what that even means. It's a wholly special sound which is lifted to incredible heights with Greg's composition skills. The tracks are usually terrifyingly complex and ridiculously catchy. There are tunes here that float all over the place- on the walls, under the carpet, and straight in your face, sticking to the side of your brain for weeks on end and accompanying even my stupidest everyday tasks. It is P/S's radically different sound and melodic touch which make me excited to hear anything new they have to offer.

What we have here is an impressive achievement. The sonic spectrum on this album is endlessly interesting to listen to. There is no drummer here but they manage to re-create a drummer fantastically using basic programming. The synths and weird effects are floating around here many times sounding like a bizarre horrifying 8-bit video game, the acoustic guitars have an almost indie rock flavor to them, while the electric guitars and Scott's dramatic vocals bring a whiff of metal. You can hear it from the pretty pianos in the beginning to the absolute joy of the seven "AP tracks" which capture an adventure in a video- game world and are so absolutely delightful and just plain fun- it's really just an entertaining album with a lot of depth to it. If anything, please listen to AP3- the melody has been stuck in my head for weeks and the layers of 8-bit synths is just freaking cool. Also "Pyro Cyclone Dancing the Weathervane Waltz" is a jaw dropper- the breath-taking crescendo is probably the awesomest moment on the album.

I have heard few bands who have managed to differentiate themselves from today's alternative underground dirty crazy old music scene of these days and still have such a grip on whatever pushes the emotions button in my brain. This album by any means shouldn't be good considering the really bummer consequences that lead to the way it was made, but it just is.

Give it a damn shot, it's on their bandcamp, eh?

P.S.: Look out, this album does probably contain the pun of the century. You'll know it when you hear it.

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 There's Always a Fucking Problem by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.05 | 11 ratings

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There's Always a Fucking Problem
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by siLLy puPPy

4 stars Bleep yeah I like this! It's so bleeping different than anything else i've ever bleeping heard. This album title arises from unfortunate situations. This band is basically two guys: Greg Murphy and Scott Baker. I can't explain the situation better than they themselves:

The Ghosts of Problems Past return to haunt the Sentai after an interdimensional jewel thief by the name of "The Vanishing Act" leaves P/SHQ in utter disarray. With many of their mission reports gone, the Loracle (their Zordon-esque lady-type computer... lady in a tube) is left with scattered memories that are now compensating for the freeing of space in her mainframe. All of these memories contained problematic specters with incomplete stories due to the Sentai's Hydra-like lack of focus. With time to fester and grow angry, the Ghosts are ready to end the Sentai's story altogether. To keep the Loracle immortal, the memories of the spirits must be allowed to manifest into their original state, to recreate the memories that once trapped them in the Lorbrynth.

(But really, our laptops were stolen from our apartment and had to part ways with a large portion of our material. We salvaged what we could from the wreckage and used mp3s for fully mixed songs that just needed vocals. We combined that with music we made for the short film "Skazka" and the animation "Zakiya" to create the 24)

That explains the bleeping title! Not sure how to describe this. Named after the Japanese TV show "Super Sentai" but nothing here reminds me of anything Japanese at all! We have an interesting list of influences here. I'm still not sure I can pinpoint them all but I hear everything from Depeche Mode style vocals, Pink Floyd acoustic guitar, bombastic proggy keyboards and symphonic elements. There's also metal power cords, indie pop with Koyaanisqaatsi type keyboards and even some black metal grim scream vocals appear briefly. A whole bunch of old video game effects are strewn about as well. After racking my brain the vocalist reminds me of an obscure electronica DJ named Q*ball. Most of the time i'm struggling to figure out who it reminds me of but never quite grasping the muddled insinuations popping in and out of my mind.

I guess overall this kinda sounds like an indie rock band like Neutral Milk Hotel, The Flaming Lips or even Muse (but not sounding like any of them in particular) collaborated with a prog band and then took a whole bunch of added elements from the past and incorporated them into unusal short musical pieces. The tracks are almost always melodic and a lot of the strangeness actually comes from the production itself. Strange synthesized sounds color the somewhat poppy sounding songs, but strange unorthodox song structures do occur.

PSEUDO/SENTAI are obviously into having a lot of fun making this stuff. Definately like nothing i've heard before! An interesting listen that leaves me wanting to hear where this band takes things next. I sure hope their bleeping problems subside so they can get to an even better follow-up! Very creative and fun.

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 There's Always a Fucking Problem by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.05 | 11 ratings

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There's Always a Fucking Problem
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
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4 stars Always!

Some months ago I saw on the net the name of Pseudo/Sentai, later I knew they were a band whose music has some kind of relationship with progressive rock, so I got interested just for it (yes, the name made me want to listen to them) and since then I've been a regular listener of their releases, which by the way, can be found at their bandcamp page. This project was started by two crazy guys Scott Baker and Greg Murphy back in 2007, their music is pretty experimental, with keyboards everywhere, lead and harmony vocals very often, noisy moments, zeulh-esque feeling and even some poppy tunes, of course, with a touch of Japanese culture (Sentai).

Their songs are normally short, like a brief storm or a lightning of sounds that last two or three minutes and then a new story is shared. In this album, entitled "There's Always a Fucking Problem" the band included 22 songs that together make a total length of 45 minutes, with only one over the 5-minute mark, so go figure, you will enjoy short but powerful and original 1-3 minute songs. The album was released in this 2013, being their third full length effort. Feel free to listen to it, I assure you will have a good time, if not, listen to them again haha.

Fasten your seatbelts, this flight is about to begin. It starts with "Briefing at Moniker Manor", which has a soft and even beautiful piano sound, but wait, don't judge by this start, later the music will surprise you. This instrumental intro leads to "There's Always a Fucking Problem" and here since the first seconds the tension is present, later vocals appear along with the omnipresent keyboard sound as background creating different nuances. What I love of this band, is their capacity of creating several inner changes in short songs, I mean it is lie a 2-minute rollercoaster that makes you feel loony and dizzy, but with a final satisfaction. "Shrubbreeze (Delightful Flight)" is again soft, with acoustic guitar, further voices and nice synth sounds making the rhythm. Little by little the band introduces new sounds keyboard lead passages and various vocal textures, great.

The longest song comes next with "Naught Shore", the first moments are almost quiet, then it begins its building and structure with inherent electronic tendencies, it is evident they like to offer this kind of electronic-rock mixture, which is very nice. The low profile is kept in the first three minutes, but later the song explodes, anger and energy are totally spread here, the voices are louder, the guitars begin to introduce its rage while keyboards keep the great rhythm. The last minute is much more symphonic. Lovely track that shows us their compositional skills, shows us they are a truly original project.

A cool and calm instrumental interlude comes with "Lashing Splashes", an acoustic guitar based track with some natural sounds as background, it is like taking a deep breath. Later "House of Harbors" appears offering a new sound that blends heavy rock with experimental touches; in moments the music cannot be truly perceived because the vocals sound too loud, but at the same time, the vocals cannot be truly perceived because the music is too loud, hope you get me. "House of Harbors: The Finish Games" is a short but crazy track, it is like a soundtrack of Need for Speed or even of King of Fighters, I imagine that vertigo of running, but here I am not running, I am just listening.

"No Midas Touching" is a soft but somber short track in which far voices can be heard while acoustic guitar is playing some strings. "AP0: Cartridge Entry (The Light that comes at Night)" has an addictive rhythm, repetitive voices saying the name of the song over and over, while keyboards and electronics make some kind of dark nuances. "AP1: American Psydeschroller (Title Screen)" reminds me again of some NES video games, honestly some of the tracks here might perfectly work for videogame stages, this is one of them. "AP2: Birds Dropping En Masse (Poultry in Motion) is a really short track with a nervous atmosphere, plagued by Pseudo/Sentai's vocals.

"Meanwhile?The Vanishing Act" surprises us with a short instrumental passage, very soft and delicious led by acoustic guitar. But "AP3: Return of the Curse of the Creature's Ghost (Or is it the curse of the creature? Or the curse of the Ghost? Or did the creature put a curse in the Ghost?) Well, the title says it all. After several 1 minute tracks here the band offers a 3- minute track, which means several changes, nuances, textures and atmospheres can be found here. The vocals are always energetic; keyboards put its humoristic but at the same time creepy sound, while programmed drums are a highlight here. "AP4: Ghostman (Boss Battle) has a sympathetic touch created by keyboards, but a minute later the battle really begins, the music becomes heavier and powerful, cool. "AP5: Victory Over Ghostman (Mass Exodusocrism)" Has the same style as its predecessor, at least in the first seconds, later it changes, vocals are ideal to sing, so if you know the lyrics, just do it. "AP6: Game Over (Cartridge Exit)" is like "stage cleared/you saved the princess/ you finished with the scary monsters and super creeps" a nice way to finish this series of AP tracks.

"Heaven is a Medicine" is a very cool 2-minute electronic track, instrumental and very interesting actually. It leads to "Pyro Cyclone Dances the Weathervane Waltz" is the second longest track here, passing the 4 minute mark. Here the explosive side of Pseudo/Sentai returns, the music has different nuances, it changes in mood and tempo, creating diverse figures and stories in one's mind. The voices are full of rage and energy, though the music has its gentle side after all. Here the guitar leads more than other tracks, which makes the music heavier, rockier.

The last bunch has 4 short songs. "Crossing the Rube Icon" has piano on it, a much more classical track with a somber touch. "Sensory Overlord" is an electronic-oriented track with some far voices. "The Loracle's Mend" produces a drastic change once again, here the sound is soft, with mother nature sounds and even a lullaby-like mood. The last song is "There will always be a [%*!#]ing problem" which ends the album in a chaotic way, summing up what Pseudo/Sentai's music is about.

I am happy with this band, and though they are not that typical progressive rock band, I am sure some of you will find their music interesting, so I invite you to dig them and have a good time. My final grade will be 4 stars due to its original sound and creativity.

Enjoy it!

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 MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress) by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2013
2.00 | 2 ratings

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MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress)
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

2 stars A new single!

This is one of those cool, original but strange projects that I have recently discovered, one has to listen to only one or two songs to know what I am talking about, and this time is not the exception. Pseudo/Sentai just released a few days ago a song entitled "Monsther (Attack of the 50 foot actress)", whose 5-minute length let us know they are a very creative band.

Here you will listen to a kind of terror-esque sound but with an inherent humoristic touch; the vocals are cool, while the music is experimental but may have a slice of zeuhl (for those prog rock purists). I like the sound of a crazy guitar as background while the rhythm is nicely done by keyboards. What I like of the track is that it maintains you interested until its very end, although I must say the sound might be catchy, easy to dig. So dig it! Go to their bandcamp page, you will find interesting stuff. My final grade, 2 stars, but the grade does not really matter.

Enjoy it!

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 MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress) by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2013
2.00 | 2 ratings

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MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress)
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group Moderator / Psych / Avant / Neo Teams

2 stars Haha, do not know about the original song but their freakout version with scratching samples is another fantasia.

Not progressive really but flooded with quite a danceable groove, that was created with Kyle's programming drums (very spacey). Voices by Scott and Greg are too fuzzy, too funky for us to digest easily. Just like long piano wires released from their instrumental bodies, their sounds are so colourful enough to tie our brain strictly. Sounds like they squeezed all of their pop essence into this five-minute track. Actually, not recommended as progressive but a fine pop indeed ... please enjoy this stuff without mixed feeling.

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 Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2) by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2012
3.13 | 11 ratings

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Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2)
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by DamoXt7942
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3 stars PSEUDO / SENTAI are a "colour-masqued" rock duo with unique innovative soundscape. This EP consists only of 5 short tracks, which cannot claim their versatility or ability completely but we can hear quickly their amazing appearance via this creation (and the sleeve is terrific for me really).

Their second track "Photoperiodism" reminds me the same texture like acid folk in late 60s. Through their relaxed circumstance (maybe), they play flexibly and easygoingly. In less than 3 minutes we can imagine their style and condition upon playing in a studio. Very curious how they explode on stage. "Oil Hurricane" is another pleasure mixed with complex, eccentric electronika and post-punk-ish fuzzy, bombastic voice modulation ... I guess they should squeeze their extreme grunge power most intensively of all. "Foliage Flower" is a short drama with their original psychedelia and avantgarde sound chateau. Sadly the last "Keeper Of The Stars" drenched in flashy, fashionable electronic spotlights and thin voice effects sounds not appropriate for the epilogue of this album.

My emphasis in upon the first track "Landmark Of Vascular Catastrophe" launches all of their great eclectic essence. One of the best songs I've listened to in this year, let me say. The last melancholic, atmospheric, symphonic part is very splendid indeed, but yes, their powerful vocal dissonance notifies us something like a fusion of fantastic dream and tough reality. Cannot help pushing a repeat button of a music player, to be honest.

An enjoyable EP.

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 Blue Solo Mission: Making a Hole in the Center of the First Outside Planet by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2012
2.69 | 4 ratings

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Blue Solo Mission: Making a Hole in the Center of the First Outside Planet
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

2 stars This is the last single Pseudo/Sentai released in 2012, its title is "Making a Hole in the Center of the First Outside planet" and contains that self-titled song which lasts only three minutes. I like this song a lot, the atmosphere is tense, like for a horror movie and a dark story to tell to your friends, so be careful, keep your view on the road and watch your steps, because the first wrong move you do might be disastrous. That's how I felt while listening to this solo instrumental keyboard driven song by Greg Murphy, one of the two members of this band.

Though I like the track a lot, I was used to listen to their voices, so it was strange not to have them here, however, this song is really enjoyable and easy to dig and repeat again and again. Now I am looking forward to review their full-length albums. My rating will be two stars, but it does not matter, you just have to listen to their music, which is good and recommendable.

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 Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2) by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2012
3.13 | 11 ratings

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Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2)
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
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2 stars And this is Nature's Imagination in its Chapter Two, now with five songs included in this EP making a total time of 10 minutes. It opens with "Landmark of Vascular Catastrophe" which has a sound different to the previous Pseudo/Sentai songs I had heard. Here keyboards open with a hero's movie-like theme, but after 30 seconds it explodes and rage comes along with heavy guitars and emotional vocals. This is a dynamic track, I like its various changes no matter its short length.

"Photoperiodism" is like a mixture of soft classic rock with indie, it sounds strange but it was the first that came to my mind, anyway, you know labels change depending on the listener. "Oil Hurricane" is a more interesting track to its sounds may be even funny, it is like the music of an Atari or NES videogame accompanied by raging vocals and later cool guitar riffs. A very nice track. "Foliage Flower" is a short track with a mid tempo style, piano and vocals, later drums enter and it becomes more intense. Nice, but not the most memorable.

This EP finishes with "Keeper of the Stars" is a great track, here it gathers all what Pseudo/Sentai's music is about; acoustic guitar with cool skills, programming marking the rhythm and working as background, metal-oriented guitars and nice vocals, which in moments remind me of both Sting and Roger Hodgson. I like their music, it is different and interesting, so if you have the chance listen to them. Please don't pay attention to my rating, just listen to them. Two stars.

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 Nature's Imagination (Chapter One) by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2011
2.52 | 4 ratings

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Nature's Imagination (Chapter One)
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
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2 stars This is the first of two EP's with the title of "Nature's Imagination" this is Chapter One. Again, I want to let you know that this music can be listened and downloaded in Pseudo/Sentai's Bandcamp page, so do it, it is worth it. This one has a length of ten minutes divided in four short songs, the line-up is Scott Baker and Greg Murphy, who together create this crazy and interesting music based on guitars, vocals and programming.

It opens with "Smother Fucker" which has a nice soft sound, not as intense as their first single I previously reviewed. Here the rhythm at first is just attractive and even catchy, but later the song turns a bit more interesting, I like the guitar and the programming as background. After two minutes is vanishes but restarts in a soft way, pretty cool. "Goldfish Tree" has acoustic guitar and later the programming appears along with the vocals, I like a lot their vocal style when it comes to harmonies. The song flows and remains slow until 2 minutes where it explodes.

"A Battling Brook" has a nice and soft sound that might not be the closest to prog rock, which does not really matters; here I like that in spite of the soft sound, the lyrics show the opposite. The last seconds are just some keyboards fading. And finally "Star Canvas", which has a sympathetic rhythm easy to dig and enjoy. The song flows and becomes more interesting later, I like the guitar riffs and the keyboards. A nice one!

So now, let's go for the following chapter. Please don't pay attention to the rating, I am giving it 2 stars but it doesn't matter, the music does.

Enjoy it!

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 Halloween Treats by PSEUDO/SENTAI album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2010
2.00 | 1 ratings

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Halloween Treats
Pseudo/Sentai Crossover Prog

Review by memowakeman
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— First review of this album —
2 stars A couple of months ago I saw the name of Pseudo Sentai online, which caught my attention, and then I saw they were labeled as a progressive rock band, so I got interested (this is an example that names and titles do matter to people) and wanted to listen to their music. Fortunately, one can find it on their Bandcamp site, so it is easy for us to go and give them some spins. I want to say that I have enjoyed their tunes, because what they do is not the conventional type of music or prog or rock, etc., they make original and crazy music that can please you, however, they don't offer the easiest songs to dig.

Well, with this review of a two-song single I am starting Pseudo/Sentai's support, so you will see me writing reviews for each and every of their releases. The title of this one is 'Halloween Threats' which contains two short compositions made by Scott Baker and Greg Murphy. 'Goodby Gobleddy' with only 3 minutes is the longest here, but it is interesting, I like the programming while the guys sing and put some tense and Halloween-esque atmosphere. I love both voices, one is screaming and the other answers, pretty cool and attractive to me. So here I knew my journey with Pseudo/Sentai would be longer.

The other track is 'Tsunambie (The Tsunami Made by Zombies)', and it is cool too, the guitars implement power while the vocals are full of energy and passion, they put intensity and made us feel actually under a horde of zombies, nice. And that's it, this two-track single that caught my attention and made me feel interested in this curious and great band. Don't pay attention to the grade, I will give it under two stars but it does not matter, what matters is the cool music.

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