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Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by MetalSteph, Oct 20, 2004.

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What is your favorite song off of the new Jag Panzer cd "Casting The Stones"?

  1. Feast Or Famine

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  2. The Mission (1943)

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  3. Vigilant

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  4. Achilles

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  5. Temptest

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  6. Legion Immortal

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  7. Battered & Bruised

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  8. Cold

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  9. Starlight's Fury

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  10. The Harkening

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  11. Precipice

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  1. MetalSteph

    MetalSteph Member

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    "Casting The Stones" came out yesterday (in the U.S.). FINALLY A NEW JAG PANZER CD! Anyone go out and buy it yet????

    My favorite song is still Starlight's Fury.

    I just wanna know what everyone else thinks and what your fave song is?
     
  2. Jean-Pierre

    Jean-Pierre Son of The Bitch

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    Legion Immortal. Ack, I personally think that Starlight's Fury is the worst song on there....I really hope it isn't an indicator of any future directions.
     
  3. Zac

    Zac Videodrome

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    My vote also goes to "Starlight's Fury"
    The song owns, and the guitar tone is really killer.
    Not to mention the ghostly keys in the chorus!
     
  4. Chris_Broderick

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    What I hope happens, is that over the course of someone listening to this CD, that thier favirote song changes again and again. That is the sign of a great CD.
    Chris.
     
  5. MetalSteph

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    You're awfully cranky for someone your age. Does mommy pee in your Cornflakes every day, or just every other day? I guess i'd be cranky too if i lived in Detroit.
    :yuk:
     
  6. Zac

    Zac Videodrome

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    Attn: Steph & Chris
    This guy needs a weiner grab more than I do...
    That should cheer him up a bit.
     
  7. SickBoy

    SickBoy Croatian Panzer division

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    Mission, without any second thoughts! :headbang:
     
  8. Chris_Broderick

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    Hey Jean-Pierre,
    I wrote the music to Sartlight's Fury, and I was born out of my more heavy progressive influences. Mark tends to write more traditional power metal which I think you prefer, so no worries about the future, he will always be writing on the CD's and you can use the skip button on mine.
    Take Care, Chris. :headbang:
     
  9. Harry(not the Tyrant)

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    Vigilante..."i am the light in the darkened place"!I still fucking like this chorus ,and the dark atmosphere of this song.
     
  10. Chris_Broderick

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    Personally I think thats Harry's best chorus on the CD. IMHO.
    Take care, Chris.
     
  11. StevieHimself

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    Right now I totally dig "Tempest" and "Cold"...this Cd is definitely stronger than "Mechanized Warfare" and Chris' guitar work is to DIE FOR!! Also, I must tip my hat to Rikard for turning in some fine drumwork.
     
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    Very well put, Chris!
     
  13. Oakenson

    Oakenson Nature's Child

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    For me, at least at this point, it would have to be a tie between Achilles and Precipice. Achilles has just an incredible melody and I really love everything about Precipice so I guess I'll vote for ... :tosses coin: ... Precipice! ;)
     

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