Pure Reason Revolution
Hammer and Anvil
Style: Pop Rock / Electronica
Release date: October 18th 2010
Playing time: 52:22

Pure Reason Revolution does in no way appeal to the normal readers of these pages, their style has almost nothing in common with the normal grounds we cover here.

So why even bother covering their music, some might ask? Well because what they do have roots in the 70s rock scene and is so barrier braking in so many ways that I am sure a few open-minded rock fans that on occasion puts on a Muse, The Chemical Brothers or Smashing Pumpkins (or when all alone and the lights are turned out; Depeche Mode) album, will find a resting place with Pure Reason Revolution.

If neither of the above mentioned bands mean a thing to you, then I am sure that this sophisticated blend of pop, rock and electronica won't shatter you day in any way what-so-ever. But if you do have a small (hidden) affection for this kind of music and need a breather, then I am sure this might be a welcome respite from your normal head-banging routines (to quote Martin Mathiasen in the review of their 2009 album "Amor Vincet Omnia").

Listen very carefully before purchasing.

01. Fight Fire
02. Black Mourning
03. Patriarch
04. Last Man, Last Round
05. Valour
06. Over The Top
07. Never Divide
08. Blitzkrieg
09. Open Insurrection
10. Armistice
Label: Superball Music
Distribution: EMI (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: October 2nd 2010
Website: PRR @ MySpace