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Best Opeth Solos for people who know whats going on

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Walls1441, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Walls1441

    Walls1441 Member

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    1) All of the ones in funeral portrait
    2) Peter's Solo at the end of Beneath the Mire
    3) The last solo in The Apostle in Trium. I'd guess its peter because it sounds like his uh... work (lol)
    4) Peter's Solo in When.
    5) Serenity Painted Death

    Runners up: Lotus Eater, Harvest, Leper Affinity


    *People who don't know whats going on not invited.
     
  2. HemeHaci

    HemeHaci Ken Masters

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    Please list the criteria for being eligible about knowing what's going on.
     
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    Who's the chick on your avatar?

    Isn't Peter's solo on Beneath considered one of the worst, in here anyway.
     
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    * both solos in windowpane
    * baying of the hounds
    * second solo in deliverance
    * first solo in a fair judgement
    * heir apparent
    * patterns in the ivy II
     
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    Arasmas New Metal Member

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    the solos on the deliverance album >>>>>> all else
     
  6. Slaydon

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    He doesn't even know what's going on in his pants!:heh:
     
  7. HemeHaci

    HemeHaci Ken Masters

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    ^ahaha

    Alessandra Ambrosio:kickass:
     
  8. Annihilat0r

    Annihilat0r TRINITY WATCH IN AMAZING!

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    - White Cluster
    - Funeral Portrait
    - Wreath 1st solo
    - A Fair Judgment, both solos but the first is even better
    - Deliverance, Peter's solo
    - The Grand Conjuration
    - Heir Apparent
    - Hex Omega
     
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    i was about to write wreath, second solo, but i never did lol. how can you possibly rank the first deliverance solo over the second? :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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    Arasmas New Metal Member

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    because it's better
     
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    L0bster OneTwo!

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    Wreath, Deliverance (Mike), A Fair Judgement (all), Masters Apprentice, Serenity Painted Death, The Leper Affinity, The Funeral Portrait, The Grand Conjuration and more. Mainly like Mikes style when he goes "metal", sounds awsome. One of his earliest blazin' solos is the one he did in Crimson by Edge of Sanity.
     
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    oh yeah, holy shit, thats a great solo! :headbang:
     
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    Reelo 5°170

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    The soloing-duel in White Cluster, starting at 6:21
    Some mad skills, both technique-wise as well as melodical!
     
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    I still prefer Peter's solo on Deliverance, such a great one.
     
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    I like the guitar and synth harmonizing in Beneath the Mire more than any solo :p
     
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    ^ It's also truly awesome.
     
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    :headbang::kickass: I like you!:)
     
  18. Walls1441

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    eh the white clusters are cool, but not opeth's best.

    thats what i mean by whats going on.
     
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    The Grand Conjuration
    all of them in A Fair Judgment
    both in Windowpane

    I don't know, this list could get out of hand really quick. I love Mike's, Peter's and Fred's solos!

    Also, Mike's solo in Arriving Somewhere But Not Here (Porcupine Tree) is amazingly wonderful.
     
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    Yeah, pre-Fredrik Opeth didn't have a shred-able guitarist and they overplayed on White Cluster... and it's mixed too low.
     

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