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Top 10 Choruses of all time.....

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  1. RipShredmohr

    RipShredmohr DesperatelySeekingSatan

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    AC/DC- For Those About to Rock
    Metallica- Frayed Ends of Sanity
    DethKlok- The Lost Vikings
    Satyricon- K.I.N.G (cuz I can't get it out of my head today)
    Yngwie Malmsteen- I am a Viking
    Tori Amos- Spark
    Iron Maiden- Fear of the Dark
    Flotsam and Jetsam- Forget About Heaven
    Judas Priest- Painkiller
    Lamb of God- Beating on Death's Door
     
  2. lordcthulhu

    lordcthulhu You Are Bewitched!

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    Ensiferum - Into Battle
    Evergrey - A Touch of Blessing
    Evergrey - The Masterplan
    Evergrey - Recreation Day
    Kamelot - Karma
    Kamelot - Abandoned
    Kamelot - March of Mephisto
    Stratovarius - Black Diamond
    Stratovarius - Father Time
    Nevermore - Sentient 6
    Nevermore - Who Decides
    Emperor - I am the Black Wizards


    ...there's many others, but that's enough for now.
     
  3. Trevor Marks

    Trevor Marks gypsy virgin king

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    just some of my faves..

    Smashing Pumpkins - Tonight, Tonight
    In Flames - Embody the Invisible
    HIM - Buried Alive by Love
    Placebo - Sleeping with Ghosts
    Mew - Snow Brigade
    Katatonia - In the White
    The 69 Eyes - Brandon Lee
    Tool - Stinkfist
    16 Horsepower - Splinters
    Turbonegro - Rendezvous With Anus
     
  4. Metaltastic

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    NICE. Excellent call, one of the late growers on me on that album (probably because of how late it is in the track list), and now one of my favs.
     
  5. Trevor Marks

    Trevor Marks gypsy virgin king

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    hell..I do! I thought their latest, Phantasmagore, was great as well.
     
  6. Trevor Marks

    Trevor Marks gypsy virgin king

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    yeah dude, I've never heard a track that sounds so desperate and sinister, yet catchy at the same time :p Definitely my fave from TGCD.
     
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    hmm some random ones i think are very crafty


    the police - synchronicity II
    dream theater - innocence faded
    killswitch engage - just barely breathing
    pantera - psycho holiday
    soundgarden - blow up the outside world
    the beatles - here there and everywhere/ free as a bird/ blackbird (especially blackbird)
    a perfect circle - blue
    deftones - passenger
    tool - right in two
    metallica - wherever i may roam
    the mamas and the papas - creeque alley
    simon & garfunkel - bridge over troubled water
    rolling stones - gimmie shelter
    o'jays - for the love of money
    van halen - dirty movies/ running with the devil
    guns n roses - estranged/ bad apples
    micheal jackson - billie jean


    that's all i can think of now. a few popular ones but other ones that are more personal favorites and "dark horses" for me.


    on edit: basically every beatles song. it's still virtually impossible to imagine, just like the concept of infinity for a human, the level of songwriting the beatles achieved. that level of artistic integrity and dominance over their respective "art world" will never be achieved by any other artist nor has it been even close by anyone except the beatles.
     
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    Ahahahahaha, I can't believe you picked "Innocence Faded" Aramism, I've always hated that chorus because of how oppressively happy it sounds, it's infuriating :lol: Really, it's the instrumental break in like the last two minutes that make that song for me, good god...

    And Morgoe, Caleb is indeed a great song, but I challenge you to find a chorus in it :D Definitely not typical song structure there, and it's a pity...
     
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    i like happy choruses lol sorry. as i've said before the last DT album sucked because they lost their "happy 80's chorus" feel for songwriting. the playing is there, but the songwriting is not.
     
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    Oh I DESPISE anything Dream Theater has done from ToT onwards, and I love happy choruses, there was just always something about "Innocence Faded" that grated me (probably the "ahhhhhhh's" in the background :lol: ). Now "Strange Deja Vu," THAT'S a great chorus IMO!
     
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    lol the ahhhhhs is what does it for me. talk about polar opposite stance on an issue. the exact thing i love about that is what you despise. but hey, that's what makes it fun...
     
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    Oooh, gotta add another one - "Waking Every God" by Pain of Salvation, my favorite chorus from one of my all-time favorite bands.
     
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    There is something I love about Organ solos - this one is bang on!
     
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    kev Im guybrush threepwood

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    Anything Stratovarius!
     
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    Scar Symmetry - The Missing Coordinates
    Raunchy - The Bash
    Chimaira - Down Again
    Soilwork - Rejection Role
    Broken Iris - A New Hope
    All That Remains - This Calling
    Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun
    Still Remains - In Place of Hope
    Scar Symmetry - Ghost Prototype I (every SS song has an amazing chorus tbh..)
    American Head Charge - Just So You Know
     
  17. Metaltastic

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    Dude, seriously? o_O To quote myself from earlier in this thread:

    And "Missing Coordinates" is the one I dislike the most! Those falsettos and his note choice, not to mention the harmonies, eek, too weird. Of course, this is all a matter of opinion!
     
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    that's one of my 5 top favorite bands! best song is replica imho
     
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    Iron Maiden - Wasted Years
    Iron Maiden - Aces high
    Whitsnake - Here I Go Again
    Kansas - Carry on Wayward son
    Iced Earth - Watching over me
    Iced Earth - Melancholy

    A lot of other stuff, hehe can´t recall atm
     
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    Chryst Krispies Vanilla Gorilla

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