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Coheed And Cambria - Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One - From Fear Through The Eyes Of Madness CD (album) cover


Coheed And Cambria


Crossover Prog

3.66 | 171 ratings

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5 stars This is where it all starts, this is Coheed's most progressive effort, some may say it is No World For Tomorrow, but i feel its this one that they really find their own and everything just folds into place, i was hooked on this album ever since i heard the first single from the album WELCOME HOME with its awsome riffs and even more awsome chorus, well everything about this entire album is awsome, for prog fans though it all comes down to the final four songs, THE WILLING WELL saga is just spectacular and the real standout tracks on the album, although every song is brilliant some songs you might wanna check out if you dont really want to buy the album yet are ONCE APON YOUR DEAD BODY, MOTHER MAY I, CROSSING THE FRAME and the beautiful WAKE UP. There is nothing else left to add that i havent already said in the other Coheed album reviews, the production as ever is flawless and musicmanship is out of this world, although i would say one thing, i think that overall it is a bit darker than their other efforts though bt meh as long as the music is that good they can be as dark as they want;

Keeping the Blade - Intro Always & Never - 9/10 Welcome Home - 10/10 Ten Speed [Of God's Blood and Burial] - 9/10 Crossing the Frame - 10/10 Apollo I: The Writing Writer - 9/10 Once Upon Your Dead Body - 10/10 Wake Up - 10/10 The Suffering - 9/10 The Lying Lies & Dirty Secrets of Miss Erica Court - 10/10 Mother May I - 10/10 The Willing Well I: Fuel for the Feeding End - 10/10 The Willing Well II: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness - 10/10 The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth - 10/10 The Willing Well IV: The Final Cut - 10/10

My Conclusion? they have done it again yet another perfect album by Coheed and Cambria, and yet another masterpiece.

FarBeyondProg | 5/5 |


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