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Garett Press 10/06/12 08:07 AM

Coheed Track-by-Track #5
 
Coheed and Cambria have posted the fifth "Inside the Concept" video feature; this one for "Goodnight, Fair Lady." See it in the replies.

Garett Press 10/06/12 08:07 AM


bobsheiskawy 10/06/12 08:10 AM

such a strange concept on this one.

drewinseries 10/06/12 08:34 AM

So that's how Claudio sees the world.

dohare 10/06/12 09:20 AM

I hope he doesn't answer truthfully when getting that "So what're you thinking about? question from the lady.

Feenucks 10/06/12 09:23 AM

This song sounds so amazing! It sounds straight off of In Keeping Secrets, musically.

thegreatchin 10/06/12 09:41 AM

It has a Faint of Hearts feel to me

HeavenResign 10/06/12 09:45 AM

Wow. I need this album.

RyanGarner 10/06/12 11:03 AM

This would have fit in perfectly on Good Apollo.

XenoLovegood 10/06/12 11:36 AM

Oh wow, that's some pretty crazy stuff. The story for this one is getting pretty fucking interesting.

SteveD 10/06/12 02:16 PM

The new album blew me away. Such a fucking HUGE step up from YOTBR. I'm in love with it.

HeavenResign 10/06/12 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by SteveD (Post 113901372)
The new album blew me away. Such a fucking HUGE step up from YOTBR. I'm in love with it.

Yeah I've listened to it three times now. It should absolutely be grouped with the first three records. So fucking good.

AndyMania 10/06/12 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Drow Swordsman (Post 113901712)
Yeah I've listened to it three times now. It should absolutely be grouped with the first three records. So fucking good.

these comments excite the hell out of me. i'm holding back until monday!

HeavenResign 10/06/12 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by AndyMania (Post 113903532)
these comments excite the hell out of me. i'm holding back until monday!

You're a good man. I couldn't hold it any longer.

Be excited, my friend!

Baines on Toast 10/06/12 05:11 PM

So glad they are back.

Zx1zelda 10/06/12 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Drow Swordsman (Post 113904442)
You're a good man. I couldn't hold it any longer.

Be excited, my friend!


Yeah I'm holding out too. I'm excited.

thesinkingship 10/06/12 05:32 PM

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Originally Posted by LiquorAndDick (Post 113904802)
So glad they are back.

Jesus Christ, shut the fuck up. They never fucking went anywhere asswipe.

Baines on Toast 10/06/12 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by thesinkingship (Post 113905352)
Jesus Christ, shut the fuck up. They never fucking went anywhere asswipe.


Nope, they definitely went away for nine years, arguably seven. Where have you been, man?

xScrewed@Birthx 10/07/12 12:22 AM

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Originally Posted by LiquorAndDick (Post 113906212)
Nope, they definitely went away for nine years, arguably seven. Where have you been, man?

troll -_-

xScrewed@Birthx 10/07/12 12:23 AM

track could have easily fit on good apollo 1 for sure!

Baines on Toast 10/07/12 02:13 AM

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Originally Posted by xScrewed@Birthx (Post 113912952)
troll -_-

Honestly? Why am I a troll for suggesting the band hasn't produced what they are capable of since In Keeping Secrets up until this record?

Lysrothtuck 10/07/12 05:36 AM

I don't think you're an asswipe, but I do believe you're incorrect, especially saying since "IKS". GA1 is undeniably up there as an album.

goodguy8705 10/07/12 08:34 AM

Coheed has not released a bad album yet. You could say they've grown, matured, changed or any other number of verbs that describe what bands do from album to album, but you can't say they haven't produced Coheed albums. They've been one of the few bands that consistently produce high quality records, regardless of what the "core" fans might think. This is the exact same shit that happens with Say Anything records. They release good albums, but they'll never be like IARB. It's just the way it goes.

As for The Afterman: Ascension, it is a great album, just like all their other albums. If you didn't like them, that's your deal.

thesinkingship 10/07/12 09:11 AM

Saying things like "they've been gone for nine years" is not just an opinion. He didn't just say "I didn't like the last two albums". He deliberately said something in a spiteful way that was bound to ruffle feathers. It's an ignorant way about stating distaste for the direction the band has gone musically. They haven't gone anywhere because they've been putting out albums for the last decade, albums that have consistently been well received and charted high. Not to mention their fan base has increased immensely since they supposedly "left". I wasn't the biggest fan of Black Rainbow and No World for Tomorrow but I would never make a moronic comment such as "they're back!"

wtfjaked 10/07/12 10:30 AM

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Originally Posted by thesinkingship (Post 113918522)
Saying things like "they've been gone for nine years" is not just an opinion. He didn't just say "I didn't like the last two albums". He deliberately said something in a spiteful way that was bound to ruffle feathers. It's an ignorant way about stating distaste for the direction the band has gone musically. They haven't gone anywhere because they've been putting out albums for the last decade, albums that have consistently been well received and charted high. Not to mention their fan base has increased immensely since they supposedly "left". I wasn't the biggest fan of Black Rainbow and No World for Tomorrow but I would never make a moronic comment such as "they're back!"

I agree. That's why I don't like people who say Chiodos are back. They never left. THey made a good album with another singer that wasn't that popular. The band is still there.

YoShitsGoinDown 10/07/12 11:41 AM

It would be hard to argue that the dynamic and sound of the band didn't change dramatically after good apollo/addition of chris pennie. Some bands just don't flow the same when you take a cog out of the machine. Josh was that cog. The band just writes differently when he is a part of it.

mping82 10/07/12 01:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YoShitsGoinDown (Post 113923522)
It would be hard to argue that the dynamic and sound of the band didn't change dramatically after good apollo/addition of chris pennie. Some bands just don't flow the same when you take a cog out of the machine. Josh was that cog. The band just writes differently when he is a part of it.


While I've enjoyed all of their albums, I'd have to agree that their sound feels complete with Josh. Really happy with this album!

jonwangcb 10/07/12 03:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thesinkingship (Post 113918522)
Saying things like "they've been gone for nine years" is not just an opinion. He didn't just say "I didn't like the last two albums". He deliberately said something in a spiteful way that was bound to ruffle feathers. It's an ignorant way about stating distaste for the direction the band has gone musically. They haven't gone anywhere because they've been putting out albums for the last decade, albums that have consistently been well received and charted high. Not to mention their fan base has increased immensely since they supposedly "left". I wasn't the biggest fan of Black Rainbow and No World for Tomorrow but I would never make a moronic comment such as "they're back!"

You know, comments like that only ruffle feathers if you allow your feathers to be ruffled. I will consider your feathers ruffled.

I agree with the other guy. I am the biggest coheed fan there is, but Black Rainbow was completely substandard. This album has convinced me that, yes, they're back.

im_FINK 10/07/12 03:59 PM

Not sure why, but the song makes me jump right into the Cantina scene in Star Wars.

nowFace 10/07/12 06:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by goodguy8705 (Post 113917662)
Coheed has not released a bad album yet. You could say they've grown, matured, changed or any other number of verbs that describe what bands do from album to album, but you can't say they haven't produced Coheed albums. They've been one of the few bands that consistently produce high quality records, regardless of what the "core" fans might think. This is the exact same shit that happens with Say Anything records. They release good albums, but they'll never be like IARB. It's just the way it goes.

As for The Afterman: Ascension, it is a great album, just like all their other albums. If you didn't like them, that's your deal.

Well fucking written sir.

istarsol 10/08/12 02:35 AM

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bringthenoise 10/08/12 05:53 AM

took a listen through the album this morning. it is great. really a step up. the fact that they split it in two almost makes me mad.