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Started by Teunis, Fri, 2011-09-09, 20:16:58
Quote from: PH on Thu, 2011-11-17, 10:13:49But what really matters is the music, and I'm going to listen to it NOW!
Quote from: The Butterfly Man on Thu, 2011-11-17, 16:11:12So? First impression? Come on!!! Tom
Quote from: PH on Thu, 2011-11-17, 22:06:20I guess you'll have to wait a few weeks to hear more about my views.
Quote from: The Butterfly Man on Fri, 2011-11-18, 07:37:36I don't mind, I will have the album tomorrow!
Quote from: PH on Thu, 2011-11-17, 10:13:49The booklet is looking like something of a metal band, it's got some pretty sick pictures. (I'm not really a horror-loving person.)It's also my first cd with a parental advisory sticker on it.
Quote from: erik on Sun, 2011-11-20, 16:40:27Just like The Visitor and Contagion, the music, lyrics and artwork of Seventh Degree together create an experience, a journey in unknown territory.
Quote from: PH on Thu, 2011-11-17, 10:13:49It's also my first cd with a parental advisory sticker on it.
Quote from: Niquicho on Sun, 2011-11-20, 18:29:14Still waiting for the mail, that is.
Quote from: maddox on Sun, 2011-11-20, 18:33:28I'll join you! Lets sing together.
Quote from: Draco chimera on Tue, 2011-11-22, 22:08:09Welcome to the Shattered Room ! I couldn't agree with you more when you say that some songs really catch your attention from the very start, while some others need some time. The first two tracks just blew me away the moment I heard them.
Quote from: dacook on Tue, 2011-11-22, 22:18:41Thanks for the Welcome I'll try and hang out a little bit more.
Quote from: dacook on Thu, 2011-11-24, 20:13:46Thanks for the welcome, everybody. And yes, I'm a bit of an old 'un. Aged 47, but young at heart, and been a prog rock fan since hearing the Tommy Vance Friday Rock show "All Time Top Ten" circa late 1979. I heard bands like Yes (Starship Troopers - live) and Rush (Xanadu and 2112) for the first time and they totally blew me away. I had simply never heard anything like it before at a time when I was forming my music taste. I was going to ask a question about what people thought about the new album title and what it means. I got thinking about it because of an article in the newspaper yesterday about the "Six Degrees of Separation" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_degrees_of_separation) and the fact that is now more like four degrees due to Facebook.So I was wondering if the Seventh Degree of Separation is somehow related to this, and of course being a little more terminal in terms of being connected with people! I haven't really had time to study any of Clive's lyrics yet for the album, so maybe the answer is already in there. But as I said, that newspaper article just struck me due to the music I am currently listening to!
Quote from: cabo on Fri, 2011-11-25, 11:42:10Good album, wish there was a long instrumental(more john mitchell) in there...
Quote from: cabo on Fri, 2011-11-25, 11:42:10...and some of the songs seems a bit "hectic" probably due to length.
Quote from: cabo on Fri, 2011-11-25, 11:42:10But overall a very good album! Sound wise i would love a bit more "focused" drumsound, especially the snare drum is a bit "blurry".
Quote from: cabo on Fri, 2011-11-25, 11:42:10Let's hope for a new album next year I'll preorder for sure!
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