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Guess what i just bought

Discussion in 'Dan Swanö' started by Animal, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. Animal

    Animal Member

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    Unicorns "emotional wasteland" :hotjump: :hotjump: :hotjump:
    and for a decent price too, had to have it imported from Italy, but what the hell, it was worth it.
    Just wondering should I try and get "enter since" the other cd, is it in the same vein as EW or not.
    Stupid question, does Dan do vocals for Enter????
    thanx
     
  2. rushanne

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    Ever Since is, IMO, even better than EW. Off course this is a personal opinion, but you can't go wrong it. Buy it, buy it!! :tickled:
     
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    I like the songwriting on Emotional Wasteland better, and it seems more consistent.
    I love some songs off Ever Since (Czarina of Vermillion, Ever Since, The Likes of No One, When The World Came Watching, Times of Change, Hide, Draw)... ok so I love most of them, but something just seems... not right... with Messenger, Liquefy and Zoetrope.

    Possibly because I don't like the Weirdest of Tales demo, from which Messenger and Zoetrope are taken. Who knows?

    Overall I prefer Emotional Wasteland. And even more than that, the A Collection of Worlds II and After Before demos.
     
  4. Skaldir

    Skaldir formerly known as Unicorn

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    "Ever since" is the bridge from the demo-time to "Emotional Wasteland" where the song writing sounds more grown-up. The vocals on "Ever since" aren't as good as on E.W., but the songs are really good too, like on every Unicorn release. :)
     

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