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Zak era Savatage

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by W.M.D., Mar 3, 2004.

  1. SavaHexe

    SavaHexe Savaholic

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    AMEN

    ......although I'm European so I have to strongly disagree with your last sentence!! ;)
     
  2. Pellaz

    Pellaz Tigron of Immanion

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    Yea, bring Damond J. along! :) (He was a really cool guy....pity his other band Diet of Worms was terrible when I saw them here.)


    "Chance"! "Chance"!

    :D
     
  3. Se7enChurches

    Se7enChurches I Didn't Break the Oath

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    they were here?

    Ryan
     
  4. Pellaz

    Pellaz Tigron of Immanion

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    Yes, several years ago, now, opening for Christian Death. (Mortiis and Godhead also opened).

    To this day, I'd say DoW were the worst-sounding touring band I've ever heard. Dunno why; it's not as if Damond is lacking in the voice department. I have some pics on my site from the show, although none from DoW or (sadly) Mortiis' set.
     
  5. Change of a Mem

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    Some songs I'd love to hear:

    When the Crowds are Gone
    Hounds
    Tonight He Grins Again
    Can You Hear Me Now
    If I Go Away
    Believe
    Follow Me (even though it was at PPIV, I love that song)
    Conversation Piece
    Watching you Fall
    Alone You Breathe
    This is the Time
    This Isn't What We Meant
    Doesn't Matter Anyway
    Wake of Magellan
    Turns to Me
    There in the Silence
    Surrender
     
  6. Riceloft

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    The only sava albums I currently have are Dead Winter Dead (not too impressed) and Hall of the Mountain King (good stuff). Which album from Zak's time with the band would you guys recommend (obviously excluding DWD).
     
  7. Se7enChurches

    Se7enChurches I Didn't Break the Oath

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    I would say Edge of Thorns, though the *song* that most totally encapsulates the zak era is probably "Chance", which is on Handful of Rain.

    Ryan
     
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    The Wake of Magellan.. best album of that year, hands down

    Edge of Thorns and Handful of Rain as well


    For earlier stuff nab the re-releases of Sirens and The Dungeons Are Calling
     
  9. Riceloft

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    I picked up Edge of Thorns today ($9.99), and it rocks :headbang: . Thanks for the suggestions. I guess Handful of Rain and Wake of Magellan are next.
     

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