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|From: Brandon||Date: February 26, 2004 at 22:59|
|A decent album. This was a major style change for Gemini as they brough their heaviness up 200%. Their songs sound more modern with an 80s twist. Rob Newhouse's vocals fit the music perfectly. Songs such as Heaven and Old Man Johnson really shine on this album. This is not very much like their first 2 albums but worth it if you can find it for less than $10|
|From: jackofalltrades||Date: October 2, 2006 at 1:15|
|Featuring the best lineup this Minnesota band has ever had... The Spiritual Dimensions of Music is a great CD... worthy of any metal fans collection... The musicianship is simply amazing... and the scorching vocals set this apart from the normal fare. Possibly the best CD by an unsigned band I have ever heard.|
|From: the game||Date: November 10, 2006 at 9:39|
|Average album this time around. They have moved to a heavier sound with modern feel. A couple of songs stand out. Only for die hard fans. Get the fist two albums which are worth it. Rated 4/10.|
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