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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Opethian Samurai, Jun 15, 2008.
I couldn't commit suicide while listening to Opeth!
I only enjoy life MORE when I listen to Opeth.
But for the sake of this thread, I would say Isolation Years or Patterns in the Ivy
Not into the whole suicide thing, but I'd recommend an instrumental. No words. Patterns maybe...
Are there any more intrumentals from Opeth or are patterns 1 & 2 it?
hours of wealth, definatly, maybe parts of dirge although the growls near the end may not fit, but the start would be great
patterns 2 is not instrumental
epilogue is my favorite instrumental by them
Patterns In The Ivy 1
For Absent friends
For Absent Friends, maybe.
Good call on Dirge, but I have to agree with demilich; I'd go with Ulver personally. Track 1 off of Lyckantropen Themes.
Yeah Dirge, or Eaten - Bloodbath
how about Hessian Peel? The keyboard part at the end would be aperfect ending for the scene.
Could you explain the scene a little?
-I don't know. I could say, the ending of White Clusters, but it already refers to another death situation, so that can't really represent suicide.
-Hmmm, the end of The Leper Affinity could make some kind of dark, unclear suicide scene
-Dirge for November seems to be already about suicide. So I imagine a long, slow suicide with dark thoughts and everything, lasting the whole song. And when it suddently cuts after the brutal part, I imagine a scene with the dead body, cameras going backward a little and waiting. I would add some kind of wind effects moving the drapes. That's an idea, like you wanted.
-9:50 of the song Wreath (and all that riff) when it gets like, smooth and relax, I thought about like "emptiness in the eyes of a man" and when it suddently starts back I imagined "the guy shooting himself with a gun". Funny, huh?
-The outro of Heir Apparent with including the strange sound at the end of it.
-4:39 of To Rid The Disease
-Weakness could make the thing
-The end of Blackwater Park
Overally I'd say there are many outro of Opeth's songs that sounds very sad and could somehow fit to a such scene, or maybe it's just me who gets sad because the said song is done . Anyway, I am tired and have too many strange ideas, I'll go sleep now.