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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by batmura, Nov 15, 2004.
Steve Wilson screwed Deliverance over but I think he did a good job on the other two
If you paid attention to the DVD you would have learned that Mikael requested that effect on the CD's.
Didnt Gene Hoglan play drums for a couple of Opeth shows? Conspiracy anyone?
i don't think devin would flow to good with opeth, personally.
however, i would like to see the triumphant return of swano for the next album, after this upcoming opus.
I dont personally like what he did with soilwork either,unless he produced Chainheart machine
Nope, only Natural Born Chaos.
Yeah,chainheart machine was great but natural born has a in flamesy sound I dont like ;\
In flames was good up until their last 2 or 3 CDs. Clayman and/or Colony are definately my favorites.
New one blows...dogs for quarters
even clayman was disappointing. jesters race <3
Jesters Race>every other IF release.
That said, they're still a grossly overrated band.
TJR has to be the most overrated album based on the opinions I've gathered from the UM and metal community in general. I think the playing/song writing on Lunar Strain/Subterrainean was far superior to anything from TJR. The atmosphere is far more to my liking than the anything off TJR. Then again TJR is one of my least favorite IF albums so feel free to ignore my highly opinionated response.
Oh, and I'd like to see Mike collaborate with Devy. I think those two could put out something 'listenable'.
jester race > every release since
let's leave it at that....IF are definitely overrated though, i don't hate r2r/soundtrack as much as most but i still think they're mediocre at best....i very much prefer omnium gatherum--anyone gotten their hands on the new album yet?
I don't mind the Aussie death/grind band Omnium Gatherum... but I'm pretty sure you arent talking about them.
yea, i'm talking about the finnish melodic death omnium gatherum
*slaps own forehead*
Are we listening to the same album?
If Devin Townsend worked with Opeth on an album we could anticipate hearing the same guitar part played four times at once instead of four different guitar parts. But at least it'd be pretty dense.
Devin producing an Opeth album = orgasmic.
What's so bad about Steven Wilson?
I'm wondering the same thing about Steve, I love his works...
Yeah, Devin producing an Opeth album = ORGASMIC
P.S: Now playing: Iron Maiden: Killers (Paul Di'Anno's show last friday was awesome!) If some of you guys would like to know the playlist of that show, just let me now.