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Prime Time Probation / Press

“Hi PTP. Glad we connected, really like your stuff. Howlin' especially. What a great take on reggae. Awesome production too.”

Jeff Tobin - Reverb Nation

“you sound like JIm Morrison!! very cool...!!!xoxo Marion ”

Marion Loguidice - Reverb Nation

“Great music, great arrangements, superb producer.。 ♫。 ♪。 ♫。 Great work mate。 - - - dR1 - - - !。”

Artist : dR1 - Reverb Nation

“Wow, I'm listening to Wonderless right now. What an amazing song and voice ;) Leah Jealene ”

Leah Jealene - Reverb Nation

“Great tracks and sound. Thanks for sharing”

Richap - Reverb Nation

“Yo I be on RN alot listening to music an I wanna say urs is some of the hottest ive heard on hear thanx fa makin great music just letin u no ”

jeronimo - Reverb Nation

“Subtle ideas and great performance. Best. /XP ”

Xenophanes Productions - Reverb Nation

“Nothing I can say except…….Loving your music ! All the best on REVERB! Pat Branch/Bassplayer/Songwriter ”

Pat Branch - Reverb Nation

“30 years underway. Primetime probation debut album has threads back to the late '70s when the idea for the album were founded and some of the songs written. Behind Prime Time Probation is Jan Deciderius and Poul Moller. And in a more mature age, the two men have completed the album, which in many ways is a late-hippie album, and the sound of Danish rock scene in the '70s. But there is in fact on the album some quite solid songs that have their own peace. X-Dreams has become a classic rock album that takes due account of age in its pace, and probably mostly are a roots rock album with psychedelic inspiration. It is played with a pleasant warmth on the album that may have started as a cozy get-together, but ended up finding its musical merits. Maybe it is for everybody, but "X-Dream" is a nice little glimpse back in time. ”

“It is very few CD releases that are 30 years in the making, but this is the case for the band Prime Time Probation Jan Deciderius and Poul Moller in front. They met in the Copenhagen music scene in the late '70s, found a common pattern and was living the wild life - and broke up. Now they again got together, the old songs are dusted off and a long-awaited debut album is on the streets of form of 'X-Dreams " which offers lots of good music experiences. ”