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CaptainDooRight
November 10th 2013


30334 Comments


seriously breaking all illusions is one heck ov a trak

sonictheplumber
November 10th 2013


4765 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

best one here

fags on the rush forum likes the ballads more than images and words tunes

CaptainDooRight
November 10th 2013


30334 Comments


yea hard. Sup sonic

Still gettin them greens in

KILL
November 22nd 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

man i dont care if it makes me a faggot i fuckin love breaking all illusions

awesome performance on it on lunar park too, overall it aint their best show though

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Parallels
December 10th 2013


6643 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

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what

tempest--
December 10th 2013


14628 Comments


Circus Maximus are a p cool band you should check em out

Underflow
December 10th 2013


2675 Comments


Clowns. When prog metal isn't taken seriously enough.

BigPleb
December 10th 2013


37953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Blows.

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CaptainDooRight
December 10th 2013


30334 Comments


"man i dont care if it makes me a faggot i fuckin love breaking all illusions

awesome performance on it on lunar park too, overall it aint their best show though"

dude you're not the only one, that intro is amazing and the song as a whole is pretty decent/solid. and yea i saw you and sonic 3'd or 3.5'd the new live album and i actually listened to it and was gonna rate till i saw your rating and was like, dam i don't wanna be a fheg too

KILL
December 10th 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

dude the solo is one of dts best solos in years it starts off all opethy then goes into like hard alex lifeson park then boom hes shreddin harder than protector even could

james vocals arent even annoying once either its crazy

Mongi123
Contributing Reviewer
December 10th 2013


11805 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This is ok. A little too much wankery for my liking at some points.

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KILL
December 10th 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

yea dont get me wrong i never listen to the record just that one song god damn its a goodun

tempest--
December 10th 2013


14628 Comments


jp and rudess did their top 10 albums of the year for roadrunner and john picked labrie's solo as #2

KILL
December 10th 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

aw thats sweet xx

CaptainDooRight
December 10th 2013


30334 Comments


agreed, like they can metal harder than exhorder and james can toxik better than exodus but y they gotta quee harder hard than space vacuumed camel toes, i mean i understand age and mainstream and seriously couldn't they just make more money if they were always true

Mongi123
Contributing Reviewer
December 10th 2013


11805 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

What song you talking about KILL?

KILL
December 10th 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

breaking all illuuuuuusionsssssssssss~

KILL
December 10th 2013


72280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

dude gay ass singles sell i mean another day didnt but for the most part they do i just dont think they got the balls to make another METROPOLIS they just wana play it safe and write 1 good song per album and fill the rest with ballads and metallica rip offs

CaptainDooRight
December 10th 2013


30334 Comments


i mean if they wanna copy brittney spears at least they could write a song as good as toxik

but really tho it pisses me off cuz like when they're on their death they're gonna be like fuk i queed through life hard

Parallels
December 10th 2013


6643 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

breaking all illusions is best hands down agreed



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