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Pure Reason Revolution


Crossover Prog

2.97 | 150 ratings

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4 stars Very good!

I really don't understand why people give this album a so low rating. Okay it's very different from their debut album but that doesn't make it a poor work. What made me fell in love with their music was their spacy sound and their groundbreaking vocal harmonies. That's what made the first album so awsome and almost perfect.

For this one, the album is focused on electro music but their is still Dark third touch on this one. There are less vocal harmonies and the spacy vibe is almost completely replaced by the electronic sounds. Though it's still recognizable PRR songs. The album is not as much progressive as the Dark Third but it's undeniable progressive music.

Some fans may think that they lost it but I think that it's important for a band to explore different horizons and PRR did a very good choice and it still keeps up with my expectations.

Personally I think that if there is no difference between the sound of two albums... you failed as a band.

If you're in for some proggyelectromadness this is the perfect album for you!


OceanTree | 4/5 |


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