|El Cielo Ranked|
One of my favorite albums of all time.
Great intro, but that's all it is.
|15||Sorry But It's Over|
The weakest actual song here, I feel like it ends right before it has the chance to do
|14||Brushstroke: An Elephant In The Delta Waves|
Amazing tune, but the others are simply better.
|13||Brushstroke: New Heart Shadow|
A nice little break, but it's extremely short and doesn't sink in as much as the other
|12||Brushstroke: A Walk In The Park|
It pains me to rank this at 12 because it's so damn good. But like I said for 14, the
other songs just have it beat.
The final half of this song is pure bliss. Unfortunately it gets pushed down because it's
only 90 seconds.
Gets pushed back a bit because it's kind of repetitive, but the song still has an
incredible drumbeat and some neat bass work.
|9||Eighteen People Live In Harmony|
This gets points for the amazing vocal delivery at 2:34: the bridge at 1:50 is also
pretty damn incredible.
|8||It Only Took A Day|
Quick, effective and mind-blowing. That's what she said.
|7||Same Ol' Road|
Amazing opening track, some great guitar lines and an epic vocal performance, with
an infectious bass line to boot.
Pretty much sums up everything the album is about: haunting ambience, light,
shiver-inducing leads, and a solid backbone of a drumbeat.
This song never stops throwing curveballs, and that's what makes it so great. The
transition into the final chorus at 4:07 is amazing, with the hard-hitting tom-led fill
seamlessly stitching the two sections together.
Absolutely incredible, especially the super chill bridge at 3:01
|3||Of The Room|
The drums on this are spectacular. Also one of the most euphoria-inducing choruses
I've had the pleasure of listening to.
|2||The Canyon Behind Her|
Ranked above Sanzen for the epic section at about 3:20 and of course the ending
choir. Beautiful song.
|1||Whoa Is Me|
Everything about this song is perfect. The amazing acoustic lead, soothing vocals,
epic jazzy polymetrical drum beat, and that breathtaking ending. Best song they've