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I Am the Revolution

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 2, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dockyard 2
  • Run Time: 55 minutes
  • ASIN: B003F76NQ0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #585,211 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Corey D. Stinson on January 23, 2012
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This is a very fine CD musically, but if you purchase this as a CD you will receive some bootleg junk that Amazon.com has manufactured. It contains none of the proper liner notes, band photos, etc. Reminds me of the good 'ole BMG Music Club days of receiving bait-and-switch garbage product. I can see that I will have to be VERY CAREFUL from now on buying music CDs on Amazon. Personally, I think this makes the band and their label look bad if in fact they are participating willingly in this nonsense.
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A friend turned me onto Australia's Voyager when he let me borrow his copy of their 2007 album UniVers. I was hooked and soon picked up their 2003 debut "Element V". I had heard they had a new album coming out, glad to see it's finally here. After a few listens I still prefer UniVers but Revolution is every bit as good as Element V is.

The melodic metal (somewhat Gothic) sound is dominated by Daniel Estrin's keyboards and singing style (which reminds me of Faith no More's Mike Patton at times) but there's some great guitar work here as well from long time guitarist Simone Dow and new guy Chris Hanssen, who I read is only 17 years old!

The whole album is listenable but, at this time, my favorites are "Lost", "The Devil in Me", "Land of Lies", "Straight to the Other Side", "Times like These" and the title track, which picks up after a slow start. And be sure to check out the video for "The Devil in Me" on their website or YouTube, it's a pretty cool video!

If you like Voyager go ahead and get this, you won't be disappointed. If you're new to the band I'd start with UniVers and, if you like what you hear, then flip a coin between this and Element V.
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Just ran across this band last week and now own 3 of their albums. It's amazing that I have not heard of them until just now. they have 5 albums out and have a very unique sound for a prog band. So far I'm loving everything I've heard. I've been playing these albums back to back at home and work for almost a week and I am not anywhere near getting tired of listening to them.
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Tears for Fears meets Dream Theater meets... um... Crystal Method?

If you like a lot of complexity and variety in your music and dig bands along the lines of Symphony X, Darkwater, Rhapsody of Fire, etc, you need to give Voyager a listen. This being their best album to date IMO (edging out The Meaning of I only slightly), I would start here. Daniel Estrin, front man and driving force behind Voyager, crafts complex and listenable songs worthy of the top tier of Progressive Metal.

Give the previews and listen at least. If you're like me, you'll be hooked immediately.
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