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Review: Harmonix Music VR

Brett said pretty much everything I could possibly say about the lost art of just "listening to music." Singles have increasingly dominated the industry, and you'd be hard pressed to get someone to name several tracks off of any given major release these days -- so sitting down and chilling out with an entire album is a treat for me. Harmonix Music VR admirably attempts to facilitate that endeavor, but it's a muted service that you don't necessarily need.
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