|UserSoundoffs 58News Articles 2Band Edits + Tags 3Album Edits 23Album Ratings 387Objectivity 83%Last Active 03-06-13 10:22 pmJoined 11-05-04Forum Posts 390Review Comments 117
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|Monstar1790 The fact that you judge two completely different bands on the same scale shows how much knowledge (this is the correct spelling) YOU have about music. I enjoy Coheed's best work more than anything by the White Stripes, but Year of the Black Rainbow shows a confused band not sure of what their sound is. Some songs could fit on any other album, others are meandering, pointless experiments. Also - I liked it better when Coheed had a sense of humor...they get darker and nastier as they go on.|
|killer14221 the fact that you gave coheed and cambria a lower rating than the white stripes shows how much knowladge you have about music, rofl sry but i personaly belive that coheed and cambria's new album deserves a higher rating. just my opinion|
|laterenima HEY - DUDE!
I - NO-TICED - YOU - HAVE - A! - - - SI - MIL - AR - VIEW - ON D-E-P'S - SONG - O - PEN - INGS!
thought id try my hand at one of their intros
sorry if its hard to read|