Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by Michele, Jul 19, 2016.
Love them. I have all their albums since Mother Earth, Sharon has an amazing voice. Frozen is an indeed great song. I love Memories, Angels, Shot In The Dark, Our Solemn Hour, Faster, All I Need, Iron, Stairway To The Skies, The Swan Song, so many great songs. Last album could have been a bit better though.
Last unicorn is my daughter's fav film lol.. this is my fav tune
That song is not on my Mother Earth album edition, better check it out.
(That was what I was when I used to listen to all those bands lol)
Maybe that's why I still do, I'm still a teenager.
Do enjoy this stage! It will be over in a flash! Wish you could had been there 15 years ago when this was hype (when once was released and therion were kings of all metal and ayreon were gathering ALL THE MUSICIANS and the gathering were the best intellectual thing to listen to) it was a fun time to be into that genre but do enjoy it and go to concerts! Some of the best concerts of my life were with some of those bands (I got to see nw with tarja and Tristania with vibeke) - one day you will get to your mid twenties and get into Brit pop lol.
I watched Epica this January in Prague and it was great, hoping to see WT next year and Delain and Nightwish someday. I started listening to this kind of music only last year, so I always ask, where have I been? I must have been living under a rock. Anyway, I hope this phase won't end and I can continue to enjoy these bands. I'm turning 20 next year, but I think all the hype for these bands won't die as they will keep releasing new music and I'll keep listening no matter how much I have been trying to widen my music taste. Actually some of the best Symphonic Metal albums are the newest ones. I actually enjoy EFMB more than Once at this point, even though Ghost Love Score will always be on my Nightwish favorites and Hydra is an album in which WT got more metal than ever. I never liked Britpop that much, the closest to that was with Keane, but for that band it was my father who got me into their music.
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