Between the Buried and Me Alaska (Instrumental)
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marksellsuswallets
October 30th 2008


4848 Comments


SPUTNIK MUSIC DOES NOT CONDONE...eh whatever...

bustyagunz
October 30th 2008


911 Comments


SPUTNIK MUSIC DOES NOT CONDONE CONDONING THE STUFF IT DOES NOT CONDONE
but yea i dont find anything special about this, i like tommys clean vocals on this album and his screams are whatever btu they add a bit of life to it at least.

bastard
October 30th 2008


3435 Comments


Yeah this is the only Between the Buried and Me I particularly liked.

bustyagunz
October 30th 2008


911 Comments


c'mon man, dont b a hater player

Pebster49
October 31st 2008


2993 Comments


"-No annoying vocals"

wtf, failness

DeathThrashProg
October 31st 2008


500 Comments


i dont really find them annoying either. What is this madness?

cvlts
October 31st 2008


8967 Comments


holy sh!t ive had the bass tabbook to Alaska for bout 6 months now... i dont know HOWW he comes up with that but GODDAMM! lol

Si1v3RfaNg
October 31st 2008


817 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

well i said the clean vocals were nice, but the screaming just sucks, most of the time anyways...

Rabio
November 3rd 2008


49 Comments


I kind of agree with the vocals thing. Tommy Roger's screams sometimes give me those "eughh" chills. But still, it wouldn't feel complete without them. :P

rising2anend
November 3rd 2008


50 Comments


this might be cool ive never been big on instrumentals but ill check this out i also checked out Protest The Hero "Fortress" instrumental and it was awesome but you do miss the vocals just like this one im sure...

cvlts
November 5th 2008


8967 Comments


oh come on, on the vocals part

its unique, his range is incredible... anyone that can do metal screams (alaska), to death grunts (croakies) clean vocals (selkies) and falsettos (backwards marathon) is prty good in my book...
sure, his metal vox cant be compared to sayyy JFAC?? but i think its good ^_^

cvlts
November 5th 2008


8967 Comments


with that being said... i rate this lower than the original alaska... cause unlike Colors they made this album with vocals a big part of it

Rabio
November 18th 2008


49 Comments


He was top notch on TSC, I don't know what the hell happened with Alaska. :mad:

Si1v3RfaNg
November 28th 2008


817 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah The Silent Circus is definately my favorite album, besides Colors Live that is, because it amazes me how thy can perform so perfectly, and in time the entire way through.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 5th 2008


4950 Comments


it sounds like papa roach, so thus it is punk influenced? huh

Si1v3RfaNg
December 5th 2008


817 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, because they used a punk riff, therefore their punk influenced.

Zizzer
December 11th 2008


915 Comments


I love Alaska and really want to check this out!

Nice review btw

Si1v3RfaNg
January 14th 2009


817 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

thanks man, and yeah now (obviously) I've grown to Tommy's vocals, but its still fun to listen to this. Anyways yeah anymore comments on the review?

Essence
January 14th 2009


3586 Comments


[quote=Silvertool]
Yeah, because they used a punk riff, therefore their punk influenced.[/quote]
I guess no one saw this, but okay, I'll take one for the team.


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Want a review comment? Hokey Dokey, here goes. You have GOT to avoid extremely generalizing statements, just like exactly what you have in the first three sentences. Remember, the review is your opinion of an album, not a notepad for you to write your thoughts about everything about music in general.
Let me be more specific. While it may be entirely possible, and it is perfectly acceptable for you to believe so, that Tool and Opeth have 'revolutionized' their respective genres, this will turn off many readers and amounts to nothing but discrediting your opinion. You see, when you say things like that, you challenge the reader's own beliefs, and many times, state something in such a manner that it actually insults the reader.

Now, before you go off saying "but they did revolutionize bla bla bla", you're missing the point. It's not that they MIGHT HAVE, or TOTALLY DID, it's that someone else will think they didn't. Just as you have the right to believe such a revolution may have occurred, so do they have the right to believe it did not. In this sense, you must NEVER force a widely assuming belief on people in your reviews.This Message Edited On 01.14.09

Si1v3RfaNg
January 14th 2009


817 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Ok then, better than your last go at my reviews lol, thanks for the advice man.



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