Sound — 10
This CD seems to have a theme of governmental corruption and nonconformity, and the songs all seem to fit nicely into this theme. The CD starts out with a spoken word track, basically sorting out the mess that the world seems to be in. Throughout the album, PM5K mocks society and how money driven people have become. As far as band members go, everyone does a good job: the guitar riffs are catchy and solos rock, bass lines work nicely, drum lines fit good, and singing is perfect. The album doesn't water down in the end like a lot of other albums do, either.
Lyrics — 10
The lyrics on Transform work flawlessly with the themes of corruption and nonconformity, with songs like Theme to a Fake Revolution and Transform being perfect examples. Every song is a great example of this theme, and the singing works well in each track. Spider's voice is a perfect fit for the band, which makes the music even better.
Overall Impression — 10
This album seems a lot more thought out than their first album, Tonight the Stars Revolt, which is still a good album. It is a lot of fun to listen to/sing in the car, and there isn't a bad song. If you like any of their other CDs, this is a good one to buy.