playlist artwork#12 this weekThe Dreamer's Paradox

da JT Bruce


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  • Pubblicato: Nov 9, 2006
The Dreamer's Paradox is the second album by JT Bruce. It shows a strong maturation and development of the style and tone achieved by Anomalous Material, resulting in increased production quality, compositional strength, and diversity. Fans of Anomalous Material will undoubtedly enjoy this release, but the album's depth and scope will also appeal to a much wider audience of varying musical tastes. Backing vocals are featured in one track and spoken words in another.

Being a concept album, the Dreamer's Paradox prominently features recurring musical themes, acting as characters in a musical drama. The evolving and subtle themes interact with one another and are revisited throughout the album's length, creating the progress and mood akin to the telling of a story.

The albums total running time is 74 minutes 22 seconds.
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May 16, 2012

Not a demo. Not the "music for hobby" you can expect in places where everyone (me included) tries to play the "superstar" part just for fun. Here's an artist. Here's his music, stuff that needs to be called music. Everything is in this album: a good production, all the instrument excellently well played, the "concept album" (a thing I've always loved, and a thing truly difficult to make), some good songs and someothers truly stunning since the first "overture". The question is simple and it's the same old question, or better, the same old paradox: why this is it here and not spinning in a radio, in everyone's iPod while some others more famous and less "artists" are on tv ? Spread the world about this "dreamer's paradox" and the art in it: it's totally the right thing to do !

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Jul 25, 2010


A real wow

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Feb 27, 2010

Dynamic and enjoyable. This whole album comes together and works as a whole. This type of album keeps me having faith in independent music. And the last track...f***ing mind blowingly crazy.

lo mejor

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Sep 29, 2009

en este genero es lo mejor q escuche mas q muchos reconocidos los felicito merecen estar en el numero uno en su genero gracias x darnos todo su esfuerzo q bien logrado esta un abrazo de uruguay betty


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Dec 21, 2007

We play music to poken! :D
Manuel Linde

Fine well

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Nov 2, 2010

great music, fine work, regards

Puissant !

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Jun 24, 2007

Oh la vache, ça dégage ! Le son est superbe et que dire de la maîtrise des zicos... Un dark énergisant plein de fantazy. J’imagine que c’est une pure merveille en live... Pas un seul titre qui donne envie de zapper. De la recherche, des trouvailles, des ruptures, on s’ennuie jamais. Bon bien sûr mon copain s’est exilé avec des écouteurs sur le crâne : l’aime pas le métal, même s’il est superbe et vous emporte. Franchement, j’ai entendu dans le non libre des tas de morceaux sans qualité que c’est une pitié que vous tourniez pas en boucle sur europe2 ! :p Merci à vous et merci à Nikila dont j’ai exploré la page, qui m’a permis de vous découvrir dans le vaste monde de Jamendo.

Almost too boring...

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Mar 8, 2008

These guys are striving to become new "Canvas Solaris" or "Gordian Knot". But in the end all the vast amount of great progressive ideas goes to waste because of the simple lack of musical harmony knowledge. It seems that they're just recycling the same track over and over and over in ten more cosmetically different versions. It's all the same. I just fall asleep every time I begin listening to it. The "The verge of Illusory Twillight" track is very good, but if you've listened to it you've pretty much listened to all the rest. Luminous Flesh Giants are much better, even though they use nothing but the old school metal rig. JT uses a lot of synthesized sounds, which is a good thing, especially for progressive. However if you can't make the pieces fit together well no amount of synthesized sounds will ever make it right. If you were looking for something original and fresh I suggest you move forward: there is little to see here.

come on guys

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Jun 23, 2007

they are so good and yet nobdy seeds poo on u guys...yes i'm a ;ittle new but these guys are great!!!