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PROJECTED TWIN

Crossover Prog • Australia


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Australian project PROJECTED TWIN is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Shaun Holton. Following several years of experience as a band member he found that environment ultimately to be less than ideal for his own creative ambitions, and from 2008 and onwards he started planning a career as a solo artist instead.

With a relatively high degree of success this has lead to a small handful of single releases as well as two full length albums so far. The latter two, "Earth to World" from 2010 and "Earth vs World" from 2013, the two first chapters of a planned conceptual trilogy.

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4.04 | 5 ratings
Earth To World
2010
3.75 | 36 ratings
Earth Vs World
2013

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4.00 | 1 ratings
EtW Acoustic Sessions
2010
4.00 | 1 ratings
Take Me To Your Leader
2011
4.00 | 1 ratings
Shark Water
2012

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 Earth To World by PROJECTED TWIN album cover Studio Album, 2010
4.04 | 5 ratings

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Earth To World
Projected Twin Crossover Prog

Review by Second Life Syndrome
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4 stars So, I listened to this first album by Projected Twin after hearing the second album that released recently. I was mighty impressed by the progressive nature of "Earth vs. World", and I had high hopes for this album, too.

Right off the bat, I can say this album is not as strong. That is a good thing because the second should be stronger, right? This album starts out with a few songs that sound very alternative, almost like Incubus. I know this artist has a huge crush on Brandon Boyd of Incubus, and I'm sure he takes much influence. That's not a bad thing. In retrospect, this band could almost be called a progressive form of Incubus.

After the more alternative opening songs, this album gets really good. There are plenty of spacey and eerie moments, and some great vocal sparring between male and female voices. In other words, the second part of this album is truly a prog album I recommend this highly, especially as a prelude to the stunning second album.

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 Earth Vs World by PROJECTED TWIN album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.75 | 36 ratings

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Earth Vs World
Projected Twin Crossover Prog

Review by Second Life Syndrome
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5 stars I was rather excited to listen to this album, if only because the artwork might be the best I've ever seen. I have a tendency to be that way. So, I listened to it, and was floored by the quality! Projected Twin (strange name) have released their sophomore album, the second part of a trilogy of albums, "Earth Vs World".

This album is nothing if not fantastic. Composer/vocalist Shaun Holton has quite a way with words, and his voice is heavenly! The way that he arranges the vox is stunning, to say the least. This album comes together so well, as the instruments combine to form something greater than the some of its parts. This is not a technical album. It is a melodic atmospheric journey complete with a funky storm at the very end. Sure, the album gets slightly heavy at times, but that isn't the point. Much care and effort was put into achieving a great vibe and making this a "pretty" album.

The high points of this album are "You Threw the Stone" and "The Ritual". The very first track is stunning, as it features a great song structure and some jaw-dropping moments. Those kinds of moments are scattered rather liberally throughout the album. "Pain of Promise" and "This Cannot Mend" are also winners. Overall, however, all of the tracks are special. If you like progressive rock, do yourself a favor and listen to this creative and beautiful album.

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