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Discussion in 'Anathema' started by pagan2002, Feb 3, 2004.
What is wrong with you people??? Wings of god is a great song!!!!!:hotjump:
Well, you hate 666, I think the riff is dead cool, tastes just differ.
I remember I thought that Wings of god was a cover of a song of some rock band from the 70`s when I got to listen to it for the first time, though I had never heard it before then it sounded familiar - it`s just sounded and still sounds a bit like taken from that "music epoque" - I mean like a classic old rock song.
I like it. and you can never trust a bootleg to capture what the song really sounded like live. Anyway, I like bootlegs, you just can't take 'em too seriously...
they certainly do differ. i think the beatles are the best band ever, you probably prefer my dying bride...:Spin:
I surely don't!!!
Don't wanna sound cheesy ffs, but I prefer YOUR band. At this moment nothing comes close. And although I know you like to make fun of people being MDB fans, MDB has never been at the top of me list anyway...
up n till Gods it did on mine...
whatever, u cant compare mdb to the beatles ey... thats no comparison at all mdb is oke like, but beatles are a legend... thats top
A review of the gig in Berlin...
of course it's in german
It is more or less crap. Why is the author talking about the death of their mother and relates it to the process of songwriting for Natural Disaster...?
Maybe he thought Are You There? is about their mother, it wouldn't be impossible hmm. But then again, I don't know what's in the review.
could someone translate it? =P
It's not that worth a translation imo.
I think Danny said in an interview once that it was. Not sure.
Their mother died in 1998. A Natural Disaster is about something totally different. You all know that...... because it is obvious.
I know what the album is about. It's obvious indeed, and it feels like a concept, I think that's why the lyrics are in one sentence, I think it's a complete story.
I might be wrong.