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Coheed And Cambria

Second Stage Turbine Blade

Equal Vision 67

Released on March 5, 2002

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Originally formed as a trio in 1995, the band (then known as SHABUTIE) began crafting their initial blend of bouncy, sing-along pop juxtaposed with tempo-shifting elements of prog-metal made a succinct impression on early audiences. "Within The Second Stage Turbine Blade" lie ten relentless tracks that tug at each individual heartstring. The interplay of sparse guitars, driving rhythms, and lush tones provide an excellent accompaniment to the sing along anthems of Coheed and Cambria. In a time where emotion is merely a musical catch phrase, this album may restore your faith in melodic rock. Featuring guest appearance by the legendary BAD BRAINS guitarist, Dr. Know. This album is recommended for fans of SUNNY DAY REAL ESTATE, LED ZEPPELIN, GLASSJAW, and AT THE DRIVE-IN.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 81 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Second Stage Turbine Blade  1%
2 Time Consumer Voted #1  18%
3 Devil In Jersey City Voted #2  18%
4 Everything Evil Voted #3  16%
5 Delirium Trigger  14%
6 Hearshot Kid Disaster  7%
7 33  8%
8 Junesong Provision  5%
9 Neverender  8%
10 God Send Conspirator  5%
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Austin from Clinton, MO 
Aug 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A mind blowing CD! I love coheed and cambria, and this CD doesn't dissapoint, the way they meld their sci fi story into music is awesome!

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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
May 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What a cool sound! The music is somewhere around At The Drive In maybe? But the vocals... are quite unique. High pitched and melodic, which I enjoyed immensely. Especially the girly singing. I admit I don't know squat about the band, but I do listen to the CD all the time. Song that causes me to ejaculate: Neverender

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Jason from Townsville Qld, Australia 
May 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

G'day Guys, Coheed And Cambria are honestly some serious shit. The lyrical content in their songs is awesome. If you haven't checked out this link, I definetely reccomend you do and I look forward to finally hearing the new albums hopefully in the near future. This album is worth more than your life so spend a little and buy it.

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Rory from Essex, United Kingdom 
May 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a good cd, well a really good cd actually. Original compared to a lot of the rubbish that get's released now. Better than their newest release buy this first.

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Jack from Bothell, WA 
Apr 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Coheed and Cambria are a unique band, both in sound and in lyrics. With some awesome guitar riffs and an unusual but great singer, the music can captivate a person without wearing out and geting old. The lyrics, based on a comic book series written by the lead singer, make for a perfect story and an air of mystery that cannot be fully grasped unless you read the books themselves. I think this album is better than Keeping Secrets in Silent Earth, so get this first. Great band, though.

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Jose from Everett, WA 
Oct 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ah yes. a great masterpiece. i bought this awile ago and lost it, i could of just burned it, but theyre just such a great band that i had to buy it again. all great songs (except the first and last song) with full emotion in every note. for those of you who havent already got it, get with it

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Nancy from Lancaster, CA 
Oct 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

one of the best cds i own. this is one of those cds that takes a little while to grow on you (most of my favorite ones do), and then for weeks afterwards, you have it stuck in your head all day.

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Francisco from Valencia, Spain 
Sep 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

second stage turbine blade is one of the best cds ever. every single second of the entire album is amazing. buy it now.

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Chris from Yucca Valley, CA 
Jul 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I wasnt a Coheed and Cambria fan until "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth:3" came out. That album did it for me, I was an automatic fan, so i had to buy this album, and after giving it a couple of listens, i was hooked again. It hasn't left my cd player since I bought it.I recomend this cd to anyone who has lost their faith in new and inventive music still being released.I cant wait for another album by these guys, they are radical....

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Zak from Oneida, TN 
May 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Let me saw one thing Coheed is not Emo. they are progressive rock. i love emo but coheed is not emo. With that said this is an amazing cd. all the tracks are solid. I cant want for the novels to come out.

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