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The Second Stage Turbine Blade Enhanced

4.6 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Feb. 18 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B000AQ68VE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,193 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Second Stage Turbine Blade
2. Time Consumer
3. Devil in Jersey City
4. Everything Evil
5. Delirium Trigger
6. Hearshot Kid Disaster
7. 33
8. Junesong Provision
9. Neverender
10. God Send Conspirator
11. elf tower new mexico (b-side)
12. junesong provision (acoustic demo)
13. everything evil (demo version)

Product Description

This special edition of Seconds Stage Turbine Blade includes bonus tracks, unreleased demos and acoustic versions. Equal Vision. 2005.

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Format: Audio CD
I was in my friend's car one day and he turned on the cd player and this absolutely amazing band was playing...when they started off, i thought claudio's voice was a little weird but it grew on my fast...after the first song, i immediately asked who it was...when i got home i downloaded some of their stuff and oh geez it was all great!!i immediately burned a copy of this cd(i am so sorry, i had no money!!! but i have a store bought copy now) did not leave my car cd player for quite a while...and the only reason it did was because i went out of town and need some music for the plane trip...i am absolutely in love with this band...they have completely brought a spectacular sound to music...i havent gotten such a great feeling from listening to a band in quite a's music has been going downhill at a rapid rate lately and this band has totally put faith back into me that there are still some good undiscovered talents out there...not all hope is lost!!! if im not playing this cd then i am playing their other more recent one...however i cant say that this band is for everyone but i would defintely suggest checking it out because u will either be hooked or hate it...there is no in between...but just dont give up if u dont like it on the first run thru...Keep rockin guys!!! Your Awesome!!!
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In a year full of inspiring albums, this has to be one of the best. Coheed and Cambria doesn't just grab your ear - they grab your imagination. Emo rock that goes prog and gets screamy with tons of pop sensibility to boot. This album reminds me of being five... a fresh, imaginative sound and an absurd story line that's told with enough sincerity that you want so desperately to believe it. It's like your favorite fairy tale or comic book. As for the actual strength of the songs, they are excellent. At first listen, the band jumps around a bit, but after getting a feel for their sound, the transitions from power pop melody to screaming breakdown to epic crescendo will amaze you. The singer's high pitched voice and great range add to the versitality and whimsical feeling. The songs have just enough of a chorus or hook to have you humming them all day, but they are far from trite or shallow. Overall, very impressive. For fans of Sunny Day Real Estate, Cave In, Rush, Get Up Kids, Jimmy Eat World, Incubus (there are elements of every one of these bands)... or just good music. Definitely must be heard to be appreciated.
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"Time Consumer" (5/5): This opener is phenomenal.
"Devil In New Jersey" (4/5): Another great song.
"Everything Evil" (4/5): It gives me the chills when Claudio holds notes like he does on this one.
"Delirium Trigger" (5/5): The first Coheed track I ever heard, still a favorite.
"Hearshot Kid Disaster" (4/5): The lyrics of this song are great, not to mention the screams are awesome.
"33" (5/5): This song has so much energy that you can't help but sing, jump, or both.
"Junesong Provision" (4/5): Another song will amazing lyrics.
"Neverender" (3/5): Not a bad song, just not great.
"God Send Conspirator" (5/5): Amazing finale to an amazing album.
"The Second Stage Turbine Blade," the debut by Equal Vision rockers Coheed And Cambria, is simply amazing. This is an energetic, rocking album with awesome lyrics and guitar riffs. Claudio, the lead singer, has a very unique voice and that is for the better here. All the songs are part of a story so that makes it even more fun to listen to. Everyone who likes one type of rock or another should check this one out. Highlights include "Time Consumer" "Delirium Trigger" and "33."
Rating: Four and a half stars.
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I was reluctant to listen to Coheed and Cambria because every time some little 15 year old "emo" girl made a list of her favorite bands, this one was always included. I listened to one song and dismissed them as just another overrated band with unimaginative, nonsensical lyrics and a singer that was trying to be Geddy Lee. But some time later, I gave them another chance, and I'm now glad I did. I heard the song "33" and was instantly hooked by the upbeat sound and the groovy chorus. I began to check out their other songs, and at first wasn't very impressed - their songs didn't seem to have a definite structure; they jumped around too much and were hard to get in to. But I listened to them more and that's when I began to fully appreciate their music. Their songs do jump around, but it lends itself well to the music: it seems jangly, uncertain, sort of like an awkward teenager asking a girl out on a date. But when they explode into a chorus, or a bridge accompanied by Claudio's haunting croon, it's a beautiful thing. The lyrics are vague and sometimes don't make sense, but that just gives you the freedom to come up with your own interpretations of the songs, which makes them all the more enjoyable. Don't let their overenthusiastic fans, or the "emo" label, deter you; I list Slayer, Pantera, and Sepultura among my favorite bands, but I still enjoy Coheed and Cambria. Co&Ca defies categorization. Just enjoy them for what they are - rock 'n roll.
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