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Discussion in 'Subterranean Masquerade' started by Novembers Paul, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. Novembers Paul

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    Anyone develop any favorite songs off of S.A.D. yet? The songs differ so much from each other, I'm curious to see what people are enjoying.
     
  2. PhlegethonVeins

    PhlegethonVeins Autopsy Obsessed

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    My favorite is probably 'The Rock N' Roll Preacher' But all of the songs on the album are very close in the running for me.
     
  3. Hieronimus

    Hieronimus Music-addict

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    No Place Like Home for sure.
    "Iiiiiii'm digging..." etc just sounds beau-ti-ful. :)
     
  4. He Who Dwellest in the Night

    He Who Dwellest in the Night A Philosophical Revolt

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    No question it's Awake. That 7 minute instrumental bridge is the best part of an incredible album.
     
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    LunarHex Eye Eye

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    "The Rock And Roll Preacher", as well. I love the ending to that song so much. A very unique idea executed perfectly. My second would have to be "X", it's my favorite song of a band just jamming. I love every song, though.
     
  6. Death Aflame

    Death Aflame voice of dissent

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    So far "No Place Like Home", but all the songs are so different but still seem to have a cohesive feel, nothing easy to accomplish with music of such a wide scope.
     
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    No place like home.
     
  8. Dreadful

    Dreadful When Man& Machine Collide

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    I will get the album soon, bless this band for touching the soil of the earth.
     
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    Reflect Tired

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    Awake. The end has the best riff on the album.
     
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    Burzumite Pretentious hipster hat

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    Six Strings to Cover Fear
     
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    Submasq Room 63

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    you guys are great, thanks! :headbang:
     

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