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The Second Stage Turbine Blade Enhanced
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|3. Devil in Jersey City|
|4. Everything Evil|
|5. Delirium Trigger|
|6. Hearshot Kid Disaster|
|8. Junesong Provision|
|10. God Send Conspirator|
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|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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This album is their first release on a semi-major record label(Equal Vision). It is complete perfection. The storyline is amazing. This particular album is second in the 4 album series which is to be complimented by Claudio's graphical novel. The idea is to lay down put the CD's in order(once all released) and read the comic book kind of like a read along. Now, how original is that? SSTB catches you with the opening riffs of Time Consumer and just pushes you through an epic journey that will have you singing the words(just not as amazingly as Claudio) by your third or fourth time through. All songs are simply amazing. My personal favorite would have to be "I,Robot"(nothing to do with the movie), the "secret song" after "Godsend Conspirator". There really isn't a "bad song" on this album. Just some that seem a little out of place with the instrumental parts. BUT! When you hear those songs take into total consideration that: Coheed is not a particular style of music.Read more ›
1. Second Stage Turbine Blade...(No rating) I decided not to rate this song because basically...it's nothing. Not really a song.
2. Time Consumer...(10/10) This is an incredible song for CO&CA to start their musical uprising with. The verses are great, and the chorus is memorable. A good bass part also.
3. Devil in Jersey City...(9/10) People claim this song to be one of CO&CA's finest...however I disagree. Not that it's bad, but it's just not that special to me. Kind of cool they shot out at their old band Shabutie.
4. Everything Evil...(10/10) This song is just great. It goes through so many transitions, when it gets to the end its incredibly emotionally built up. "And she screamed 'Claudio-o!" One of their best.
5. Delerium Trigger...(10/10) This also is one of my favorite songs by CO&CA. The chorus is one of my favorites of all time, just the raw emotion it conceals.
6. Hearshot Kid Disaster...(8/10) Not one of my favorites. My friends adore this song...but there's not much to it for me. I really despise the guitar part at the beginning also. Good chorus saves it however.
7. 33...(8/10) Many concern this as one of CO&CA's worst, but they don't have any "worst." Just another somewhat plain song...I like the verse.
8. Junesong Provision...(9/10) Great song, especially the end of the song when it's building up through the bridge. Not too fond of the vocals near the beginning, or the slight break in the song when he sings at a simply annoyingly high tone.
9. Neverender...(9/10) Good song, I guess don't know much else to say about it. I like the "Point your gun in another direction" aspect of the lyrics though.Read more ›
The irony of all this was that I couldn't turn it off. No matter how much I thought this band was below my standards, I left it alone and it played on. It was like Thailand's Banana Show, you think it's disgusting, but you just couldn't help but keep your eye on her. Patience and time unravels how remarkable Coheed & Cambria is. After a month of "Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 Disc 1," I readily picked up their debut, "The Second Turbine Blade." There hasn't been a single day when I willingly allowed the CD to flee from the bowels of my CD player.
What you have here is an inimitable blend of Indie and Punk. The overall sound and atmosphere to the band is a smooth, sometimes pessimistic joyride. From his high-pitched array of vocals to his more raspy tones, Claudio drives out expression after expression into a myriad of different and moving styles. Co & Ca fuse creativity in a number tracks, such as "Junesong Provision," where Claudio sings unusually low and alien-like. He then goes on in attacks of brusque shouts. Their lyrics are catchy and never uninspiring.Read more ›
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
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
I heard of this band through a friend online. I gave it a shot, and I bought the album. I patiently endured the slow pain that was inflicted after the first track. Read morePublished on May 11 2004 by Moss