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Comalies Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (June 5 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00006RINF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,928 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4. Humane
5. Self Deception
6. Aeon
7. Tight Rope
8. The Ghost Woman And The Hunter
9. Unspoken
10. Entwined
11. The Prophet Said
12. Angel's Punishment
13. Comalies


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Laird on July 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Lacuna Coil is a highly underrated group. They aren't given the credit they deserve. This album is a must-have for any fan of Evanescence. The sound is very similar, but Cristina has her own vocal quality different from Amy Lee's of Evanescence. If you're looking for the sound of Evanescence with a touch of a stronger grunge sound, this is the album to purchase! This album contains a great variety of music!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sam Allen on May 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
So many people are morons. They hear the song "Heaven's A Lie" on the radio a few months after "Bring Me To Life" hits the airwaves, but do they realize who came first? NO! Lacuna Coil released a self-titled debut EP in 1998, followed by their full length debut, In A Reverie, in 1999, the Half-Life EP in 2000, Unleashed Memories in '01, and this in '02. Evanescence just want to be this band.
The differences between them and Evanescence:
1. Lacuna Coil have a bass player. Evanescence do not.
2. Lacuna Coil are real metal. Evanescence are not.
3. Lacuna Coil have 2 singers. Evanescence only have one.
4. Lacuna Coil have TALENT! Evanescence do not.
Also, the female singer of Lacuna Coil (Cristina) is EXTREMELY hot, Amy from Evanescence... well, she's hot too, but not nearly as hot as Cristina. Lacuna Coil have slowly progressed into the mainstream, which is excellent for their incredible label (Century Media, home of Sentenced, Arch Enemy, and Timo Kotipelto, as well as the former home of Iced Earth, Mayhem, and Exodus). Evanescence, on the other hand, sold out immediately on my watch. And it's an example of excellent indie music that isn't (gasp) EMO! Anyways, I will be seeing this band live this summer at the one and only Ozzfest '04. Evanescence, suck my ass!
And now the album. Basically, my thoughts on the band summarize my thoughts on the album. But it isn't the whole thing. I bought this for my friend for his birthday. When he slept over, we gave a stern listen and thought, "These guys are amazing." Standout tracks are Swamped, Heaven's A Lie, and Aeon. Bottom line: BUY THIS IF YOU LIKE EVANESCENCE!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Olivia Virna on May 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
Lacuna Coil (translation: Empty Spiral) is definitely one of the most awesome bands of the century. From majestic tunes such as "Lost Lullaby" to sorrowful passages like "Entwined", Lacuna Coil gives you it all, except maybe pop and boredom. There songs reach to a large audience; "Swamped" leaning to those who are down on themselves for throwing today away, "Heaven's a Lie" reaching to the hardcore lovers with dark tastes, "Daylight Dreamer" going to those who just want the truth, "Humane," a great message for the broken-hearted who are afraid of loving again, "Self Deception" for the ones who deceived themselves into thinking their lovers felt the same, "Aeon," a short poem for those who have found someone, "Tight Rope" for those out there who have to "fix" someone who always wants more, "The Ghost Woman and the Hunter" are to the broken hearts who have a lover who moved on, "Unspoken" to the ones who feel as if they're on the other side of their lover, "Entwined" for those who have a lover that they cannot escape from, "The Prophet Said" going out to those who feel as if they cannot feel happiness, "Angel's Punishment" for those who have been lied to, "Comalies," an Italian piece made for those who have found someone, and finally, "Lost Lullaby," a hidden track for the wounded who have made it through. So basically, you've got a very dark album made for the hardcore, stalker-type lovers and the heart-broken youth of the nation. Lacuna Coil has all the makings of a hit band.
The problem? Not even azlyrics.com recognizes them as a band. Most people haven't even heard of them.
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Format: Audio CD
i always hear people bashing Evanescence and saying Lacuna Coil is much better. i happen to be a fan of both bands. Evanescence is good (though a little too mainstream; blame the record company for that) but they're not Lacuna Coil. Lacuna Coil is really quite different from Evanescence. The bands sound nothing alike and the only thing they have in common is a female singer.
But moving on, this is a review of Comalies. this was actually the first CD of theirs that i owned and at first, i thought it was the best thing i'd heard from them. but then i bought Unleashed Memories. Unleashed Memories is far superior to Comalies. dont get me wrong though they're both great albums, just UM is a lot better than Comalies. Now for my biggest beef with this CD. Andrea. LEARN...TO...SING!!!! i dont understand why they let him sing lead on so many songs on this CD and put Christina as backing vocals. UM had him in the background for most of the CD and it was way better. they either need to get rid of him or send him to a vocal coach cause he drags Lacuna Coil down with him.
The guitars are pretty average on this album. i listen to each song and hear the same chords at least 10 times per song and then 5 more times in different songs. the guitars are still good (along with bass and drums) just not very varied. this album would be way better if they varied their chords a little bit (which, in addition to Andrea, is why it falls short of 5 stars)
In conclusion, this is still a good CD. it just has a few things that aren't quite as good. if your new to Lacuna Coil, i'd suggest getting Unleashed Memories first and then Comalies. either way, you will NOT be disappointed (buy it, BUY IT NOW!).
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