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THE DARK THIRD

Pure Reason Revolution

 

Crossover Prog

3.74 | 252 ratings

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Angeldust
4 stars Welcome to the magical world of Pure reason revolution.Ok i've must admit that hype has done it's job pretty well ,since a Uk magazine anounced them as London's mini Floyd but still this doesn't change anything.The Dark Third is a fine debut combining all sorts of music ,which makes it an adventurous and full of surprises album...Musically it's a mix of alternative rock,space,some copy-paste Floyd parts (don't get me wrong,i'm not accusing them;It's just that sometimes influences are obvious !),but something's strange about them..They have a more personal sound,which is an achievement considering it's their first album.Violin and a beautiful female voice along with Jon's voice(who write's just about everything).Nice trippy songs,great guitar work,a great great production ,catchy refrains,distorted guitars ,and many interesting ideas!Many things to come and we are waiting !We really do !!!
Angeldust | 4/5 |

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