Great Songs from a newbie's perspective

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Fiery Gun Lad
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Re: Great Songs from a newbie's perspective

Postby Fiery Gun Lad » Sun Jun 01, 2014 22:13

HB&EB is easily turned from good to great if you chronologically stick the rest of the 'Day Is Gone' EP in amongst it's guts after said tune, leaving 'snakes a sleeping' to cap off the album after 'Plankton'- I've had it put together this way on my Pod for years now & can't hear it any other way...

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Re: Great Songs from a newbie's perspective

Postby Snardbafulator » Sun Jun 01, 2014 23:56

Fiery Gun Lad wrote:HB&EB is easily turned from good to great if you chronologically stick the rest of the 'Day Is Gone' EP in amongst it's guts after said tune, leaving 'snakes a sleeping' to cap off the album after 'Plankton'- I've had it put together this way on my Pod for years now & can't hear it any other way...

Yeah, I love making playlists and that would definitely work. Somebody who didn't know they were separate releases would think it's the same album. It makes sense to split up Day Is Gone and Core, too, since they're somewhat stylistically similar songs. It would amp the momentum.

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