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All Play Dead is my favorite Nevermore song

Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by AsylumAnomaly, May 7, 2014.

  1. lorinc

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    Funny you quoted that: it's autumn, and DNB is spinning in my car on my daily commute. 15 years and still so important.
     
  2. rebirth

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    Nahh some of the parts are boring.
    I hated all of it when I first heard it. One of the worst transitions from the
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    Same here. Even my retarded friend who would bitch about hearing things in the vocals that are not happening said "Wow, that was pretty amazing" once it reached that track.
     
  4. Mantraschism

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    I love 'All Play Dead'. To me, this song and 'Cenotaph' make for the most haunting part of the album, even though I won't go as far as saying they're my favorite songs on it. It feels like they represent the last remnants of the protagonist's sanity going away, and in 'No More Will' he's finally driven mad by grief.

    'Forever' is a very special song to me as well. It's the perfect closer, and its brevity makes it even more effective as a last lament and promise for the character's beloved. On a personal note, this particular song used to serve as a vocal exercise for me when I was learning how to sing with grit; I love how Warrel turns it on only in places.

    'Dreaming Neon Black' is just about a perfect record.
     

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