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Red Sky Ep Single, EP

5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Audio CD (April 13 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #88,507 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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By A Customer on April 5 2006
Format: Audio CD
This new Thrice cd is very good! It's not too expensive and there's 6 different song on cd!
1. Flags of Dawn (Vheissu B-Side)
2. Weight of Glory (Vheissu B-Side)
3. Under a Killing Moon (The Artist in the Ambulance) (LIVE)
4. For Miles (Vheissu) (LIVE)
5. Red Sky (Vheissu) (LIVE)
6. Of Dust of Nations (Vheissu) (LIVE)
And if you like acoustic guitar, you will like these live songs!
I really love ''Red Sky'' (my favorite) and ''For Miles'' from Vheissu, so I've been happy to find a live version of both on this new cd! And for ''Of Dust and Nations'', it's really not my favorite song of Vheissu but I have to say it's a better version on this cd with an acoustic guitar!
Anyway, I hope this review helped you!
And sorry for my bad english, I do my best!!
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HASH(0x9ad4d468) out of 5 stars Definitely worth it April 22 2006
By Janos Audron - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This EP contains two really good B-sides from Vheissu (Flags of Dawn and The Weight of Glory) and live versions of Red Sky, Under A Killing Moon, Of Dust and Nations, and For Miles. The live versions are softer renditions of these songs, and it really changes the dynamic of the songs and I think Dustin does a fantastic job on them.

As for the two B-Sides, I really don't understand why they weren't put on the album. Thrice is my favorite band and Vheissu is their best album talent-wise, but there are a few songs on there I would easily trade for these two. Great songs.

If you've liked any of the Thrice albums, especially Vheissu, this is definitely an ideal pick up for you. If you've been a fan all along, this is a no-brainer.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4d4bc) out of 5 stars Must have for any Thrice fan April 19 2006
By This Is My Alternative - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Only 6 songs, but it's great. I can't believe "Flags of Dawn" and "Weight of Glory" where kept off of Vheissu - they are absolutely incredible songs.

The other 4 songs aren't new, but they ARE new versions of them. The only one I had heard before was "Of Dust and Nations," which was from AOL Sessions. The rest are awesome acoustic versions of the originals. "Under Killing Moon" was especially interesting to hear since the original is so heavy.

Maybe it will be released in the US soon so you can avoid the hefty import price-tag. However, die-hards shouldn't have a problem shelling out the cash for it. If you love Thrice, its worth it.
HASH(0x9ad4d8f4) out of 5 stars Some wonderful new versions of some great Thrice songs June 12 2012
By Lancifer - Published on
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I love Thrice. I am almost convinced that they can do no wrong. This EP is impressive. Two new songs and 4 redone versions, 1 from Artist in the Ambulance and 3 from Vheissu.

The new songs are awesome. I especially like "Weight of Glory." It would have felt right at home on Vheissu with "The Earth Will Shake" and "Hold Fast Hope." It's got some decently heavy guitar parts with Dustin's screaming/yelling combination he does so well. The bridge right before the outro gets downright intense before everything mellows out and the song fades to the next track. "Flags of Dawn" is a more laid back rock song. It kind of feels like what's to come for the likes of the Beggars and Major/Minor albums. But I also feel it could hold it's own along with "Atlantic" and "Between the End and Where We Lie." The verses are beautiful and Dustin really conveys some emotion in his singing.

The acoustic tracks are well done. I always like it when a band can really make an alternate versions of their song interesting and not just the exact same thing on an acoustic guitar. "Under a Killing Moon" and "Red Sky" are solo acoustic with Dustin and "Under a Killing Moon" is a pretty impressive take on a previously heavy and aggressive song. For Miles sounds pretty similar to the original, but minus the distorted guitars and the heavier, screaming parts at the end. The AOL version of Of Dust and Nations is incredible. I didn't think the song could be improved upon, but lo and behold, Thrice has done it.

An incredible outing from Thrice with two great new tracks and some extremely well done re-imagining of songs from earlier works.
HASH(0x9ad4da50) out of 5 stars "We'll raise an empire" Sept. 30 2007
By Zen Station - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I can't tell you it's worth buying this for eighteen bucks (I got it here when it was on a good discount). However, for a fan of Vheissu this should come off as a treat that it is. You get two of the three B-sides released ("Lullaby" is on the sixth Hopelessly Devoted comp.). The tracks are great, especially the second track. It shows some of the band's great skills and lyrics and is a nice addition to the band's back catalog.

Then there are four acoustic tracks, one already released, three not. There's "Of Dust and Nations" from the three-track AOL sessions disc and then you get an acoustic version of the fairly heavy "Under a Killing Moon," which is a nice addition. "Red Sky" is also slightly reworked on here. I prefer the more passionate and melodic singing of the original although this folk-ish version is pretty good in its own right, a difference from the textured album version. "For Miles" is not a miss either; it's a great song in its own right. It has almost a dreamy feel on this album.

I recommend this to people into the band's recent output who would like to grow their Thrice collections.
HASH(0x9ad4dd98) out of 5 stars Great accompaniment to Vheissu March 25 2007
By B. J. Matthews - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The first two tracks on this EP are amazing B-Sides to the album Vheissu, that for the life of me I can't figure why they were left off in the first place. They are brilliant. Also the following acoustic versions of three songs give them a new light, especially the very stripped down "Under a Killing Moon". This is a definite recommendation to fans of Thrice.