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THE ODYSSEY

Symphony X

 

Progressive Metal

3.94 | 433 ratings

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nonzno
5 stars this cd' is great! symphony x is absolutly amazing,

1) inferno - great song.. wow this is a good song, so many hooks, this is a masterpiece 10/10

2)wicked - vocals are a bit diffrent in this song, but still great 8/10

3)Incantations Of The Apprentice - very dark and heavy song, i love this song, it absolutly rules 10/10

4)Accolade II -their followup from accolade I, great song, very powerful and emotional, an amazing solo, this song shows symphony x for whom they really are 10/10

5)King Of Terrors - AHH this song rules, i listen to it over and over and over and over, never gets boring 11/10

6)the turning - great song, not as good as the other songs though 8/10

7)awakenings - wow.. by this song, i look at how amazing this album gets, then it comes to this song, its amazing, its very melodic , its a softer song by them, you can tell that they have much neo-classical roots from this song.. 10/10

8)the odessy - gah damn.. this album ruless! this song is on my top 10 fav songs.. to me.. it never gets boring.. its like an epic journey... "ive been 20 years away from all i ever knew. to return will make my dreams cometrue" . lyrics such as that prove to be an epic journey, this song was a cd in it self, i would love to see symphony x live w/ an orchesta in the back playing this song, that would make my dreams cometrue.

THIS CD RULES!!!!

nonzno | 5/5 |

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