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Pure Reason Revolution


This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.



Country: United Kingdom
Label: InsideOut Music

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Formed in: 2003
Broke up: 2011-2019

2003-Progressive rock
2003-Alternative rock

Line-up

2003-  Jon Courtney - vocals, guitars, keyboards
2003-  Chloë Alper - vocals, bass, keyboards
2003-2005  Greg Jong - guitars, vocals
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2003-2006  Andrew Courtney - drums
2003-2006  Jim Dobson - keyboards, bass, violin, guitars, vocals
2005-2011  Jamie Willcox - guitars, vocals
2006-2011  Paul Glover - drums
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2020  Geoff Dugmore - drums
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2020  Greg Jong - guitars

Latest reviews

With Eupnea dropping the month after most of the world entered lockdown, Pure Reason Revolution chose a hell of a time to make a comeback. Thankfully, that misfortune has by no means derailed their resurgent momentum.
Review by musclassia ››
Eupnea
8.8
There seems to be a real trend of prog bands releasing albums in 2006, going on an extended hiatus, and coming out with new material just now. There were Tool and Disillusion in 2019, and Green Carnation coming up this spring. Pure Reason Revolution's 2006 debut The Dark Third wasn't their most recent release, but it was their most lauded, and after nearly 10 years away, they've returned with a worthy successor.
Review by musclassia ››
This is probably one of the hardest reviews I've written for reasons that will become evident later. For starters let's just clear a couple of things up. First, I haven't been able to make up my mind completely about this release in well...
Review by Ivor ››

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