• hell of a song

    Fev 1 2007, 20h57

    Klimt 1918 - They Were Wed by the Sea (Rarefied)
    I'm not sure why i like this song so much. I just do. It's light, it seems to just flow. Lyrics are great too, despite some mistakes :P It's not even the "official version", it's sort of a remix, but it's at least 100 times better than the one on the dopoguerra album.

    It reminds me of the week I spent in Greece last summer, even though I first heard this song sometime around Christmas and it reminds me of a certain photo... it's dreamy. :)
  • Top 2005

    Jan 8 2006, 17h29

    These are some of the best albums to have come out in 2005 if you ask me:
    1-Deadwing -simply birliant. If you ask me, this is PTs masterpiece, instead of In Absentia...
    2-Dream Theater-Octavarium -simple straight-forward metal, no 15 minute solos with nothing melodic in them...
    3.The Mars Volta-Frances The Mute -I like the combination between classic metal, latino music elements, and more experimental, progressive elements.
    4.Phoenix-Baba Novak-Romanian rock. Not sure how many have heard of them, but I tell you, they're pretty awesome
    5.System of a Down-Mesmerize- Hard, yet melodic.
    6.Coldplay-X&Y -Heartfelt, cool alternative rock. Really really good for a quiet evening or afternoon
    7-Rammstein-Rosenrot - Ok, I guess. Not as good as the last Rammstein albums...

    The greates dissapointment for me was Bruce Dickinson- Tyranny of souls. The last album he released was The Chemmical Wedding in 1998, and that one was a masterpiece, so I hoped this would be a continuation of that masterpiece... Boy, was I wrong...