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Wadlez
October 23rd 2013


4670 Comments


A 20 track progressive album featuring Labrie, Townsend, and Akerfeldt singing. I'm in!

conesmoke
October 23rd 2013


5288 Comments


Havn't heard this one, but electric castle is a fun and cheesy experience. It's much better if you follow the characters and story with the booklet.

Rowan5215
October 23rd 2013


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

LaBrie sucks but Akerfeldt, Townsend and the dude
who plays Agony kill it on this.

Digging: Sharon Van Etten - Are We There

TheSpaceMan
October 30th 2013


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

That part where Devin looses his shit at the end of Day 16: Loser is insane

Rowan5215
October 30th 2013


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah there should've been more sections like that agreed

TheSpaceMan
October 30th 2013


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Their are a lot of fantastic parts on here. When Mikael Akerfeldt screams "Your Ways Can-not Be Just-i-fied" over that drum fill in Trauma...

or when Devin's chorus explodes in on School

or when James Labrie desperately screams "There's no way out!" over the carnival keytar in Hope

I can do this all day lol

menawati
Contributing Reviewer
October 30th 2013


16131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

some parts of this make me cringe but it's good fun

TheSpaceMan
October 30th 2013


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah some of the parts are down right laughable, but the better parts carry it hard

Rowan5215
October 31st 2013


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Their are a lot of fantastic parts on here. When Mikael Akerfeldt screams "Your Ways Can-not Be Just-i-fied" over that drum fill in Trauma..."
the whole Akerfeldt part in that song is just the best thing ever
yeah there are some cringeworthy parts especially in the last quarter and it's way longer than it should be but still rules
Pain and Trauma are the bomb

TheSpaceMan
October 31st 2013


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Pain is definately the best song here imo

Rowan5215
October 31st 2013


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Those fucking choruses (both of them) man
ALL MY TIIIIIME
I HAD WAITED WITH
PAIN
(motion personified alpha)
ALL MY TIIIIIME
I WAS PROMISED MY
SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALVAAAAAAAAATION

SirDrumsalot
December 5th 2013


1603 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

...continued from The Theory of Everything thread.

Yeah this one is definitely better! I will have to listen to this a few times just to be able to let it all sink in, but on first listen this is great! Still has a little bit of the awkward phrasing. But its not as bad. Plus, adding the masterful Devin Townsend always helps. LeBrie is ok here also.

Rowan5215
December 5th 2013


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

LaBrie's OK, better than in Dream Theater but they still could've picked a better singer for the lead role
I also really enjoy Arjen's vocals here, he should sing more

OmairSh
February 17th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Hope's organ melody is an orgasm

TheSpaceMan
February 17th 2014


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

that part towards the end when Me screams "There's no way out! The whole world is black!" and the
melody drifts back over it... sends chills everytime

menawati
Contributing Reviewer
February 17th 2014


16131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

tasty full fat cheese album

OmairSh
February 17th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

That's actually my least favourite part Space.

TheSpaceMan
February 17th 2014


2749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

probably why I dig it so much

OmairSh
February 18th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It all makes sense

Rowan5215
February 18th 2014


28827 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I TRY TO SHOUT, SOMETHING'S
HOL
DING
MEEE
BAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK



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