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The Second Stage Turbine Blade


$20.00 Released March, 2002

Product Shot 1 The Pros:This album rocks...lyrics tell the story of a graphic comic created by the lead singer.

The Cons:Getting bbq sauce wiped all over your back by some 15 year old emo-punk at a C&C concert.

Ten relentless tracks that tug at each individual heartstring. Formerly known as Shabutie for six years.   Based upon the storyline of a comic by frontman Claudio Sanchez, this tells a tale of the love between the main characters Coheed and Cambria, and Coheed's plunge into madness as he transforms into the evil Monstar.

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...complex, cryptic lyrics....the spacedragonfly provides some sort of serum.   Strange premise, but this album rocks and will grow on you the more you listen.  CRANK IT!

TRACK LISTING:

1. Second Stage Turbine Blade  
2. Time Consumer  
3. Devil In Jersey City
4. Everything Evil  
5. Delirium Trigger  
6. Hearshot Kid Disaster  
7. 33  
8. Junesong Provision  
9. Neverender  
10. God Send Conspirator  
11. Elf Tower New Mexico  
12. Junesong Provision (DEMO)  
13. Everything Evil (DEMO)

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    this album rocks...lyrics tell the story of a graphic comic created by the lead singer

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    getting bbq sauce wiped all over your back by some 15 year old emo-punk at a C&C concert

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Special K
Special K: #the_second_stage_turbine_blade The first time I heare Coheed and Cambria, I was blown away by the intense guitars and overall orchestration, but was turned off by the slightly by the slightly whiny and emo-esque vocals. However, once you realize that each voice he uses is a separate character in a very complex storyline about a man that turns into "Monstar" and tries to kill his wife and kid, you will starto appreciate the vocals. This is one of the best guitar albums i have heard i a while, which keeps it heavy, but more importantly is very nicely written, and not cheesy or intented to impress of his "guitar vituoso". Oct 26, 06
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