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P'dice Review from Unprogged.com - Italian

Quando crediamo fortemente in un progetto, nessun ostacolo dovrebbe impedirci di provare a realizzarlo; Cristoforo Colombo era convinto di poter raggiungere le Indie viaggiando verso Ovest e per intraprendere il suo viaggio chiese aiuti logistici e soprattutto finanziari a diversi…
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P'dice Review from Neoprog.eu - French

P’dice est un album composé par Paul Cusick avec Gavin Harisson, Marco Minnemann et Sammi Lee au chant.

Everything est un morceau direct, énergique, très rock, couplet refrain, peu de chose à voir avec le progressif sauf cette rupture à…
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P'dice Review from Melodic.net

Paul Cusick is a multi-musician from the U.K, he released his debut "Focal point" in 2009 and managed to get 500 pre-orders for his next album from fans helping to finance his music, which is a really nice gesture and…
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P'dice Review from Germany Derwesten.de

As if Paul Cusick wanted to commemorate himself, I stepped at one of his promo cards lying in the photographers pit at the Düsseldorf Concert of Dream Theater. The target audience of these progressive metal giants are quite smilar to…
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P'dice Review from DPRP (Dutch Progressive Rock Page)

  I like to think that advertising never sucks me in, as in “I am an individual, not a number”, and probably you all think that way too. Now take a look around your home, how many things are there because…
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P'dice Review from Alternativematter.net

With 2009′s Focal Point, guitarist Paul Cusick set out on a solo career, taking over all song-writing, production and instrumental duties (bar the drumming). That album created sufficient buzz (largely due to Cusick’s canny use of social media) that there…
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P'dice Awarded 5 Stars @ Sea Of Tranqulity

  Paul (Q) Cusick returns early 2012 with his second album entitled P'dice. In Paul's own words P'dice is "short for prejudice" or like it says in the booklet, "The Personal Possession Of A Random Prejudice".
    Prejudice…
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Copyright - Copywrong

Copyright  - Copywrong. Would you work 20 days for 3 days pay?   It's been well over a year since I last blogged but I thought I take a break from mixing and hammer my thoughts down. And yes…
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Silhobbit Review

Like many of you out there, I had never heard of Paul Cusick until I saw the ads on Facebook and the like, and the tone of them intrigued me enough to get a copy of the Focal Point album…
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The Album Is Dead?

I'm starting to think the album is dead.., well slowly dying?

Now don't go all nostalgic on me and talk of days gone by when you used to queue outside music shops waiting for the latest release, because I'm not…
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Review of Focal Point on musicstreetjournal.com

Focal Point

Review by Gary Hill

I like this album a lot. It’s rather moody progressive rock that gets pretty crunchy. It’s very atmospheric. There’s plenty of alteration here and while some of the music borders on metallic, it never…
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My Interview For Rock Radio

Multi-instrumentalist Paul Cusick recently released a debut album I said was ideal for fans of Porcupine Tree and Marillion, to name but two. So who is he?

Paul, the album Focal Point is your solo debut. What have you been