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Coheed And Cambria - Year Of The Black Rainbow CD (album) cover


Coheed And Cambria


Crossover Prog

3.28 | 100 ratings

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5 stars In terms of songwriting and 'making a catchy song' this is where ya go to, really taking the mature side of things with this album there is also a little less prog than the last two albums and slightly more pop but it doesnt matter when the songs are this good , it is the prequal to the infamous Amory Wars saga and one of the best (in my opinion, if i had to pick) i just think that the songs really came into full force, being even more amazing and catchyer than i could ever possibly imagine, again production and music involved is just unreal, its just a great album there all fantastic, and i highly reccomend them all, but if you had to start somewhere id say here cause you really get to the jist of what Coheed and Cambria want to be and are, and thats just a fantastic rock band; Standout tracks are FAR, MADE OUT OF NOTHING,the epic THE BLACK RAINBOW and THIS SHATTERED SYMPHONY

One - 9/10 The Broken - 9/10 Guns of Summer - 8/10 Here We Are Juggernaut - 9/20 Far - 10/10 This Shattered Symphony - 10/10 World of Lines - 10/10 Made Out of Nothing (All That I Am) - 10/10 Pearl of the Stars -10/10 In The Flame of Error - 10/10 When Skeletons Live - 9/10 The Black Rainbow - 10/10

My Conclusion? this should be the first album you go to for your first Coheed fix, a new era of Coheed and Cmabria?, let it begin!

FarBeyondProg | 5/5 |


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