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icedopethblind
September 24th 2005



6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"The Drapery Falls" is what relaly got me into Opeth, and since then I'v eobtained all their albums so I really owe my love for Opeth to this record. It's a classic to me.

Cain
September 24th 2005



155 Comments


I think Scruples review was better though.


Why post that here? This is MY review, bitch. :p

Killtacular
September 24th 2005



1314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm actually not a fan of my old reviews. Eventually, I'm gonna go back and re-write them.

Jawaharal
September 24th 2005



1832 Comments


Do you not like em cause they're too long? I think they're excellent but I like your newer ones cause they are really easy to digestThis Message Edited On 09.24.05

Killtacular
September 24th 2005



1314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They just don't seem like good reviews to me, and they're so freakin' long. Perhaps it's me being too harsh on myself.

Thor
October 9th 2005



10186 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I seriously listened to this album 4 times all the way through yesterday, and I just started up on it again. I don't think it can ever get old. Such a classic album.

masada
October 16th 2005



2733 Comments


I want this. =c(

Thor
October 16th 2005



10186 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

^^^
If you have AIM I can send it to you.

Cain
October 16th 2005



155 Comments


Don't send the whole thing to him, he should pay for it and support the band. Send him a sample song or something.

Thor
October 16th 2005



10186 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yeah, good idea. If I had to pick one song to send though, it would be Bleak. :thumb:

Zaine
October 23rd 2005



199 Comments


im really not a fan of death metal. mainly because all the death metal albums i've heard involve screaming crap like "DIE DIE DIE MF'er" and stuff like that. but Opeth...not only can i actually stand to listen to, but this album is one hell of an epic. from beginning to end this album takes you on a trip. god for bid you listen to this while high on a halucinating drug, then you're in for a ride. anyway, this album is excellent in every meaning of the word. "Patterns in the Ivy" is a great song. especially for Opeth. However "Blackwater Park" is honestly one of the best representations of this band i've ever seen.

Shadows
Moderator
October 23rd 2005



2530 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

I've really grown to love this. Harvest is the most incredible thing I've heard, but every song adds greatly to the feel of the album.

Jawaharal
October 23rd 2005



1832 Comments


Harvest is my least favorite song on here. :/

Shadows
Moderator
October 23rd 2005



2530 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

That's because you're a fool. :mad: :p

Serapheus
October 28th 2005



251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Harvest was my fav song on hear till i got used to the heavy side of Opeth. The heavy side of Opeth is soo arse-kicking!!

Apathy
October 28th 2005



645 Comments


Five.

Arrakakaka
October 28th 2005



685 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

im really not a fan of death metal. mainly because all the death metal albums i've heard involve screaming crap like "DIE DIE DIE MF'er" and stuff like that.

That struck a wrong chord with me. Obviously, you need more education and depth on the genre.

Killtacular
October 28th 2005



1314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Four.

I've grown to love this less than before, but for now I think it can still pass with a four.

Scott Herren
October 28th 2005



192 Comments


I only have a single mind, and I guess as a result don't like this album.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
October 29th 2005



4927 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Best death metal band out their. This CD is amazing. I love the leper affinity, bleak, and The funeral Portrait. 5/5This Message Edited On 10.28.05



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