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Uncertainty is the First Album in the Electronic Age of the Solo Artist Thomas Reyman. This Album became the Second highest charting album for Thomas as it reached the no. three spot on the Contemporary Charts and No. Seven on the Mainstream Music Chart.

The Album is sometimes considered one of the best by Thomas Reyman although Dragon Escape was his best work. It Laid the foundation for his Future Electronic Albums as he experimented a bit with the album. The Rolling Stones Called it "Exciting and both Dramatic in a Clash of Sounds."


The Album had Seven Different Songs on Two CDs. Three Songs average around 3-6 Minutes while three others average 10-12 Minutes. One song ranges for 20 minutes, but is divided into many different sections to maximize radio airplay. In Total when adding the divided songs, there are over 13 songs on this album.