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Isaac from Raleigh, NC 
Nov 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Avenged Sevenfold -Avenged Sevenfold (CD + MVI) CD/DVD
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Avenged Sevenfold
Avenged Sevenfold (CD + MVI) CD/DVD

BEST ALBUM YET TO COME! i dont know how a7x does it, but they are constantly beating out the album before. but whats up with everyone saying its not as heavy as city of evil. seriously COE was vvveerryyy poppy. this one has a bunch of kick ass rock ballads. i recomend getting the MVI a lot, it gave a cool look at the band and i really appreicate them more. here are my fav songs in order *a little piece of heaven *afterlife *lost *critical acclaim *scream *Unbound AKA "Disneyland Acid Trip" *gunslinger *almost easy *brompton cocktail *dear god

Isaac from Raleigh, NC 
Nov 2 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Coheed And Cambria -No World For Tomorrow CD/DVD
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Coheed And Cambria
No World For Tomorrow CD/DVD

Allright. i must say, ive listened to this album inside and out and it just doesnt do it for me. in my opinion, IKSOSE:3 was their best album. every song in this album constantly came back to a chorus..and not even a very catchy one at that! if there was a fantastic song that i absoultely loved, it would be "the end complete III: The End Complete". that one was fantastic and was ery progressive. another thing i miss from the older albums were their weird and random guitar riffs. these solos are almost too "in tune" to be coheed and cambria. oh yeah, and they relied way to much on bar chords which i thought was lame.




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