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4.4 out of 5
16 Ratings
16 Ratings
NobleArc ,

Prozzak takes a whole new direction.

I've been a fan of Prozzak since the very beginning, with their release of Hot Show. Since then, I've listened to them on and off over the years, but they always had one thing going for them. Their only two albums were completely different. Their new album "Cruel, Cruel World" continues this idea by making music that fits in with today's music. I guess what I'm trying to get across is that Prozzak is a truly versatile band, seeing as whenever they release an album, it's in the current style. All of their albums have one thing in common though: Love.

Prozzak is about Simon's search for true love, and Milo helps him along the way. While they have changed their appearance and style to fit in with current stylings, the main theme of the album is love.
(Although this isn't exactly apparent in the song "When I Think of You" ;-))

I'd certainly recommend this album to anyone who liked or disliked Prozzak in the past.

Kitty-Chan ,

How beautiful it is to love you all the time...

Prozzak has been a constant in my mental playlist since about seventh grade. I listened to their songs all the time, and it certainly takes me back when I hear Omabolishire or NeverGetOverYou. So I was very glad to get their new album years later, and it continues to delight! You still get your fun head-bopping tunes, but they have matured, as have my musical tastes. If you've been following along with the story, you will agree that this last album is poignant (for the most part, excusing the more upbeat Tricky, How Beautiful, and If You're Ready)...especially the last song, I Want To Be Loved. When I heard it I cried. Simon wants what we all want...after years of rejection and sadness...he just wants to belong to someone who loves him, and always will.

Piper_13 ,

PROZZAK is BACK!

As a Prozzak fan, I have to say this new album lives up to their two previous records. A must for anyone who missed Milo and Simon!

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