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...Ever cried to Opeth?

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Saphira, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. Don Corleone

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    yes, but i was already going through an emotionally unstable time. a few years back
     
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    you are so cute!!!!!
     
  3. Verano

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    you guys are gay!!! crying to opeth....bah!!!
     
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    well, here's a serious answer for a change... I personally don't really get all choked up over the lyrics to a song... But sometimes when I'm jamming out with a band, ripping the notes out from my axe, just fucking wailing them out, I get those goosebumps, that rush, fuck, I don't know how to explain it, but it just feels, right... you almost feel... super pissed off!!! but not really... well, let's just leave it at that.
    Chics can cry to opeth though.... i find that adorable, like an injured puppy whimpering because it stepped on a thorn and hurt it's paw. awwwww!!! :yell: you just want to come up to it and pet it, saying something like... ummm... awwwwww!!! :yell: or whatever... That thing emo chic said at the beginning of the thread was really cute though, it shows how caring she can be, hell i bet she'd run right up to that guy and give him a big wet one, and make sweet love to his corpse all night, because death is no match for true love baby! yeah!!! :puke:

    anyway, dudes should spend less time crying to opeth and more time breaking stuff or something... bah! and fuck all of your cats...
     
  5. Verano

    Verano Member

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    guys who cry to opeth are still cosidered gay
     
  6. CAIRATH

    CAIRATH Astral Disaster

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    It gets funnier everytime you say it.

    Really.
     
  7. Heavenscent

    Heavenscent FUCKIN' YAAAAAARRRRRRRRR!

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    Is this honestly a thead?
    I didn't even cry to Mozarts Requiem.
    Crying out of the blue is mental instability. You're allowed, but if you're allowed to cry just because of an Opeth song, I'm allowed to laugh at that.
    See a shrink.

    I cried to music, but hey,
    That was over a girl.
    Fuck, I even think it was Saybia.
    But then I saw a shrink and now I dance to Damnation *throws flowers*

    Oh no, then I just get bored...
     
  8. Saphira

    Saphira †Black Rose Immortal†

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    I thought you said it was a serious reply... :err:
     
  9. Saphira

    Saphira †Black Rose Immortal†

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    No shit Sherlock. I was referring to her presence, because he was moments away from death and she was waiting for him.
     
  10. T-Rat

    T-Rat Muse Of Fire

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    still day beneath the sun...
    (for my rats who have both recently passed away)
     
  11. Virgil.

    Virgil. ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    Hahaha. Yeah Right! We all know you were listening to Elton John... you pussy! :lol:
     
  12. oliviasmor

    oliviasmor Whole Lotta Woman

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    I had the exact same experience at the Opeth gig in Malmoe - it totally overwelmed me......
     
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    Sometimes I get into deep/emotional thoughts while listening to Opeth's pre-Ghost Reveries material. But if I'm ever listening to Ghost Reveries, the majority of the songs don't really get me into a deep thought or anything. I just enjoy it on a different level.
     
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    was it the electronic drum sound that upset you?
    :guh:
     
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    Minion520 Minion

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    Speaking of which, anyone else hear the Orion rip off toward the end of this song....
     
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    shark22 RuffRyda

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    ^ Yeah, that riff is very similar. Neat that someone else noticed. It even fades out the same in both songs. So much for the Aggalloch, Opeth type bands being unique.
     
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    asztrod New Metal Member

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    I've never cried to an opeth song but i guess i could if i really made an effort in getting into the music sometime, lying in a dark room or something...
    I know i cried when i went to a Metallica concert, it was just too fucking great, but opeth is so much better so it should make it easier, Opeth has taken metallicas part in my heart...
     
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    wwallinga Working on #3

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    As cheesy as that sounds, I totally agree. Furthermore, Opeth has made me realize how much Metallica fooled me into believing they were still writing good music after Justice.

    By the way - on the thread topic - I occasionally get choked up during certain Opeth songs. Never been one to bawl, but Godhead's Lament and Moonlapse Vertigo (okay - the whole damn album) make me close my eyes and just fade away sometimes (hopefully not when I'm driving).
     
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    S4R gooey

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    "Manbient," you mentioned Song For A Dead Friend a lot back in the day!
     
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    This sort of thing seems to be happening an awful lot lately.
     

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