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Listen to Reason - Single

by Bryan Steeksma

Originating from a 45 second song written by Bryan Steeksma for the public access TV program "Atheist Experience". Many requests to extend the piece into a full song resulted in this composition.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This song was made for the fans of Bryan Steeksma, through and through. It was their constant requests that spurred Bryan on to writing the full piece. Hard hitting, dynamic, and searing; this song commands the listeners attention from beginning to end.


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Alexander Øvestad

Figured I should give this song what it deserves...
... 5 stars. There really isn't much more to say. This isn't 4.99 stars, it's just 5. The song isn't flawed in any conceivable way. It has everything, and the everything it has is perfect and uncompromising. It's both mellow and soft, but filled with energy, melody and anger. It is, in itself, a journey through the entire spectrum of human emotion. There is no point during the song where I could even imagine turning it off. As many other songs, it keeps you fixated and longing for more, but what it does differently is that once you've heard it, you feel as if you've come full circle. Nothing was missing, it gave you everything it could and should give, while at the same time, you would listen to the song starting at the beginning ad infinitum.

Part of this single is used as the theme to "The Atheist Experience", a show I became acquainted with on YouTube. I later discovered that Mr Steeksma decided to turn the theme into a single, which I listened to on YouTube. I very rarely buy music, maybe I should change that habit now that I've moved out, but this just did it for me. I couldn't imagine not buying this single - it is in fact the first piece of music I have bought with my own money. I recommend everyone to check it out, and if you're able to withstand the temptation of buying this song I'd be surprised - and I'm a pretty cynical person.

Thank you Bryan, for composing and recording this song.

Derrick

Almost forgot about this.
Thank you for finishing it! Love it! :D

Jonathan

Buh... wah.. ...Oh My Science!!! This Guy Should Be MainStream
Awsom from the second it started, Flawlessly sung, brilliantly written, spectacularly scored and played. This guy should be in the charts, doing tracks from films, endless posibilities. This aint no kariokee
Why is there only five star slots, there not enough!
Van Halan.... your fired!