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Waking the Fallen Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 26 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000AGWJ7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #454 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Waking the Fallen
2. Unholy Confessions
3. Chapter Four
4. Remenissions
5. Desecrate Through Reverance
6. Eternal Rest
7. Second Heartbeat
8. Radiant Eclipse
9. I Won't See You Tonight Part 1
10. I Won't See You Tonight Part 2
11. Clairvoyant Disease
12. And All Things Will End

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reese on May 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
Let's get one thing straight - A7X is easily THE best new band to emerge within a few years. I'm a big fan of many bands, but this one just blows them away. I can picture many years in the future, people will look at this album and think, "This is a masterpiece." And it is. This album is right up there with some of the best albums to date, like Rush's 2112, Iron Maiden's The Number of the Beast, and AFI's The Art of Drowning. A7X's first cd, Sounding the Seventh Trumpet, while an amazing hardcore/metal album, is no comparison to this masterpeice.
Comparing the two albums, you may at first like STST more, as the intro to it, To End the Rapture, is amazing. On the other hand, Waking the Fallen (the song), is rather weak. But after the first songs are over, WTF's superiority completely emerges. The second song is Unholy Confessions, a brilliant work of heavy metal art, wich is creepily reminicent of 80's metal. It then goes into Chapter 4, an incredible vocal and instrumental powerhouse. Once you've reached Reminisions, you know this band is simply amazing, because the changes in tempo and volume, the at times extremely heavy and at others light and soft, its just a musical explosion of greatness.
Then the album takes a break from the brilliance, and does the song Desecrate Through Reverence. While this song is still great, its no where near the past three songs. But there's no worry, because then you get into one of the best songs on the album, Eternal Rest, which starts out with a CRAZY guitar solo by one of the greatest guitar players of all time, Synyster Gates. The song then slows down into one of the just plain coolest peices of music ever written. Then you get to Second Heartbeat, my personal favorite track on the album.
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By Fat Wood on July 13 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'm not going to be cliché and say THIS BAND ROX!! I'm going to be honest and say that over the last year(at least), I have not heard such innovative metal riffs, drum beats, choruses, and guitar solos all combined into one album. Each song even has every one of those elements. The band does seem like they put on an act with the Goth Metal look, and with the nicknames for the band members, but the lyrics are very dark and deep. They actually remind me of Coheed and Cambria's lyrics and song structure, because they are kind of stories of made-up people. The singer's voice sounds a lot like James Hetfield.. mostly in "Unholy Confessions", and the guitar sounds a lot like Kirk Hammett in "I Won't See You Tonight Part 1". I find this interesting, but it's nice to see someone bring back Metallica's great style, since Metallica couldn't do it with St. Anger. My favorite tracks are 2, 4, 7, 9, and 12. I recommend this CD to fans of AFI, Coheed, Metallica (weird combination i know), and anyone who likes good guitar, drums and vocals.. i guess that includes everybody.
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By KilroyMTG on July 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
Let me start by saying that I am not a metalhead or a hardcore punk. I like almost all kinds of music (except country), especially hard rock. So when I got the Madden 2004 videogame, I was pleasantly surpised by the one song on its soundtrack that was vastly superior to the other tunes: Waking the Fallen's "Chapter Four." I bought the album the week it released, and it is now my 2nd favorite album of all time. (For the record, Van Halen's first album is 3rd, and Jimi Hendrix's
"Are You Experienced" is 1st.)
I don't know how anyone can help finding something to like about this album. It has anthemic choruses, hardcore breakdowns, truly epic songs, virtuoso vocals (M. Shadows is an amazing cross between Chris Cornell and Axl Rose, except he may actually be a better singer than either in their prime), and slamming, shredder-worthy guitar. For every abrasively hard "Eternal Rest" and "Desecrate Through Reverance," there is the fractured melodicism of "Unholy Confessions" and "Second Heartbeat." Pts. 1 and 2 of "I Won't See You Tonight" mix straight metal with prog-rock grandeur and make the album worth purchasing by themselves. Don't be off-put by the goth-metal imagery of the album's booklet and outer sleeve; they simply set you up for the wonderfully flawed beauty of A7X's music. The song arrangements get you comfortable and then blast off in a whole new direction, much like System of a Down might if they had longer songs. That's actually something that sets Waking the Fallen apart; instead of verse-chorus-verse, you're never quite sure what an A7X song is going to do next. Sometimes songs feel a bit long-winded, but it doesn't detract from the overall package.
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Format: Audio CD
Since I dwell in South Africa, I had to to steal this release from the the handy ol' internet, sorry. The CD takes a while to get used to since they squash every single idea they have into a song, very complex.The guitarists have studied and mastered their metal, this is what makes this band so diverse and entertaining for me.From turbo Megadeth riffs to beautiful acoustic sections, to blistering solos (Kerry king,go eat ure heart out) ,some melodic death metaland screamo. Ohhhh yes, the list goes on, I did say diverse didn't I.
Shadows' vox adds to the diversity. 'Maiden screams, Hardcore shouts and emoish vox. Anyway, everyone in the band is very talented which makes for good songs.
Not one song on this CD sounds similiar to each other and is hard to prescribe this CD to certain fans of different genres.But pick it up anyway, or steal it if u have any doubts in buying this, coz u will probaply worship it
ps. if u play metal guitar u have to listen to this, its f**king amazing!
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