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"I decided that this album would be a new beginning for Imperative Reaction,” says Ted Phelps of the band’s upcoming self-titled release. Showcasing an evolved sound that combines the band’s explosive live show with the precise, electronic anthems Imperative Reaction has built its name on; Imperative Reaction is both as much a summation as it is a huge step forward for a ... Read more in Amazon's Imperative Reaction Store

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Five Stars 14 July 2014
By James Forero - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Good album
Excellent group. Most of the other albums are just ... 20 July 2014
By Yancy Bright - Published on Amazon.com
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Found this band on pandora. I wasn't much into emo sound buy I grew on me quickly. Excellent group. Most of the other albums are just as good.
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Another Great Release! 25 April 2012
By D. Brimhall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is another great Release by Ted Phelps & Company! I love the hard aggressive synths and driving basslines. Some of the tracks have some hard underlying guitar but it fits with the music. Ted is in great voice on this album also, like the way he holds his notes and uses melody more, but don't get me wrong he also has that very aggressive voice we have come to expect from Imperative Reaction albums. I've always been impressed that Ted doesn't use anything that alters the sound of his voice. I get so bored with the whole "angry whisper" or "over synthesized" vocals. Imperative Reaction always put out great hard edge electronic music, far from commercial crap on the radio! These guys are awesome to see live too! Ted Phelps & Clint Carney are very cool guys and willing to talk to fans and sign autographs. Check out Clint Carney's band too, System Syn, It's also great stuff! Looking forward to when these guys come back to Salt Lake!
3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
De-volving instead of evolving 27 Dec 2011
By J. Rothfuss - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Man, I was first introduced to this band through their 1st recording, 'Eulogy For the Sick Child', and I was thoroughly impressed. Dark, disturbing, DISTORTED lyrics, nice driving beats, overall dark-electro sound & feel. I subsequently listened to the 2 albums to follow ing their debut and thought it was a different band. The vocals are one of the main problems to me. To whiny and mainstream sounding, I mean, this could sound like one of the 20 nu-metal/synthpop/goth singers that emerge with a record evry year and fail to generate any distinct original sounds from their vocals; they just don't stand out. What happened to the distortion or at least using some??? I find this to be the main problem with the band, in respect to the vocals, they are de-volving instead of evolving. In respect to the music, it's just OK, again it doesn't stand out. Listen to 'Eulogy For the Sick Child' along with a couple of the newer albums and draw your own conclusion.
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