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The Second Stage Turbine Blade Enhanced
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|5. Delirium Trigger|
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|8. Junesong Provision|
|10. God Send Conspirator|
|11. elf tower new mexico (b-side)|
|12. junesong provision (acoustic demo)|
|13. everything evil (demo version)|
This special edition of Seconds Stage Turbine Blade includes bonus tracks, unreleased demos and acoustic versions. Equal Vision. 2005.
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Top Customer Reviews
"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.
Most recent customer reviews
This CD is stunning. Everything about it is perfect.
The music is haunting AND uplifting due to Coheed And Cambria's complexity of their songs where one song will often go... Read more
(see above) it kind of sucks that coheed is getting played on mtv but then again it doesnt but whatever. this is the best album ever.Published on July 15 2004
These guys, are great. Especially since having them play a private concert for my high school music class back in 1996, and at our schools battle of the bands every year when they... Read morePublished on July 5 2004
Coheed and Cambria are by far the most talented band to hit the scene in a WHILE. Their creative lyrics and story lines, matched with unique and sometimes eerie guitar riffs and... Read morePublished on June 28 2004
I had heard of Coheed and Cambria around and decided to listen to them. I was blown away. The amazing vocals of Claudio Sanchez and musical insturments being played so well makes... Read morePublished on June 27 2004 by Tim
With all the typical, identical emo crap spewing out in the underground/indie scene, I was beginning to lose hope. Read morePublished on June 23 2004
This CD is great. The band utilizes their ability to write lyrics and music and can blend different emotions into every song keeping you constantly wanting more. Read morePublished on June 12 2004 by Nick
Moss should learn how to spell "feminine" before he starts badmouthing a band as intelligent and orginal as Co&Ca.Published on May 28 2004 by Max Kennedy
Hey moss, you are a stupid idiot. If you have ever listened to emo before, you might notice that a lot of singers in the genre have somewhat femanine voices, including C&C. Read morePublished on May 19 2004 by Jason