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Coheed And Cambria Ranked

Coheed is one of my favorite bands so I figured I would compile this list just for kicks. I don't really care what you opinion on your favorite albums and I also don't want to hear how underrated YOTBR is or how terrible Descension is because I disagree with both of those veiwpoints and your opinion will not phase me.
1Coheed and Cambria
The Second Stage Turbine Blade


This is the first Coheed album I listened too, it has my favorite Coheed track of all time, Delirium Trigger, on it as well as numerous other standout tracks. It has a relentless energy and excellent songwriting and musical performances from the entire band.
2Coheed and Cambria
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3


This album is basically neck in neck with SSTB in my opinion. Essentially they improved on every quality I loved out SSTB. It even has Backend of Forever on it which is also one of my favorite Coheed albums. This is tied for first in my opinion.
3Coheed and Cambria
From Fear Through The Eyes Of Madness


There is a lot that I love about this album, specifically the Willing Well section of the album.
4Coheed and Cambria
The Afterman: Ascension


This in my opinion is the better half of the double album, however, when I listen to these albums I generally listen to them side by side with the concept flooding my mind through each and every song. That is what makes these albums genious is the storytelling. Whether or not you see Descension as boring is up to you, but I love it just as much Ascension because of the way the story literally ascends and descends emotionally and in the sense of the plot.
5Coheed and Cambria
The Afterman: Descension


^^
6Coheed and Cambria
No World For Tomorrow


One of the weaker albums. It's not bad and it still has stand out tracks, but it just isn't as good as previous work.
7Coheed and Cambria
Year Of The Black Rainbow


I'm just going to blame the production for why I don't like this album. Some of the songs are great, some of them are awful, but I feel like it was the direction of the producer that through this album off.
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