Logic Division - Revelations Remastered
Synthpop, Electronics Logic Division is a now dead synthpop group from Sweden. I'll cut the history short, because if you're honestly interested in learning more of this trio, you'll find the time to do so on your own. Anyway, this is their final release of remastered tracks as well as unreleased material. There are five remastered tracks and four of them that were never released before.

And, well, it certainly is synthpop in every way, I can tell you that much. However, there's not much more to it than that. And, it's not all that great. It's mediocre in my own words, playing off the standard synthpop ballad with light but catchy beats with a soothing voice that all fits well within the eighties realm. I mean, there's not a single thing wrong with the album, but nor is there anything all too great about it; I find myself at a standstill trying to actually describe the album.

There seems to be a significant quality drop between the unfinished material and the remastered contents, which boggles me because they could have easily revisited these tracks to make them on par with the remastered versions. But, that's just my opinion. And, well, that's all I can really say about this album. It was decent, and I probably could sit through it again. I just don't see reason as to why I should at the moment.
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Logic Division - Revelations Remastered

Logic Division is a now dead synthpop group from Sweden. I'll cut the history short, because if you're honestly interested in learning more of this trio, you'll find the time to do so on your own. Anyway, this is their final release of remastered tracks as well as unreleased material. There are five remastered tracks and four of them that were never released before.

And, well, it certainly is synthpop in every way, I can tell you that much. However, there's not much more to it than that. And, it's not all that great. It's mediocre in my own words, playing off the standard synthpop ballad with light but catchy beats with a soothing voice that all fits well within the eighties realm. I mean, there's not a single thing wrong with the album, but nor is there anything all too great about it; I find myself at a standstill trying to actually describe the album.

There seems to be a significant quality drop between the unfinished material and the remastered contents, which boggles me because they could have easily revisited these tracks to make them on par with the remastered versions. But, that's just my opinion. And, well, that's all I can really say about this album. It was decent, and I probably could sit through it again. I just don't see reason as to why I should at the moment. Feb 10 2014

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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