Coheed & Cambria
Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness  2005

Suffering  2006

Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Released: September, 20, 2005
Record Label: Equal Vision/Columbia
Peak Position: The Billboard 200 #7 on October 08, 2005
Track: Title: Composer: Time:
1 Keeping the Blade Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  2:08
2 Always & Never Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  2:23
3 Welcome Home Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  6:14
4 Ten Speed (Of God's Blood & Burial) Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:46
5 Crossing the Frame Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:26
6 Apollo I: The Writing Writer Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  5:15
7 Once Upon Your Dead Body Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:19
8 Wake Up Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:35
9 The Suffering Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:43
10 The Lying Lies & Dirty Secrets of Miss Erica Court Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  3:17
11 Mother May I Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  4:32
12 The Willing Well: I - Fuel for the Feeding End Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  7:17
13 The Willing Well: II - From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  7:28
14 The Willing Well: III - Apollo II: The Telling Truth Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  7:18
15 The Willing Well: IV - The Final Cut Coheed & Cambria/Sanchez, Claudio  7:40
Album Review
Much like Death Cab for Cutie, emo devotees were aghast with horror when Coheed & Cambria left the shores of their indie label to depart for the good islands of major labeldom. And for those just catching up on their Coheed & Cambria folklore, this is first part of two, which will be the conclusion to their four-part concept album saga detailing the saga of two protagonists, Coheed and Cambria. It's not necessary to know all of the facts and story lines to enjoy IV, which is a prog rock opera on par with anything that Rush or Queensr├┐che ever released. But the interesting thing to listen for is the evolution of the group's sound, since success sideswiped the group with 2003's In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth. The emo chords and songwriting dynamics have been shed in favor of a more prog rock, heavy metal sound that was so dominant throughout the '80s. Nowhere is this more evident than in the album's opener, "Welcome Home"; with its bombastic strings, dramatic buildups, breakdowns, and dual guitar solos, it's one of the best metal licks that 1985 never made. The album concludes with a four-part song cycle that acts as a subplot within the album, and will most likely act as a bridge for volume two when it's released. But conceptual plots aside, this is an album that finally lives up to the heavy metal promise and unapologetically delivers the goods with a full head of steam. ~ Rob Theakston, All Music Guide
Year Type Label Catalog #:
2005 CD Sony 97683
2005 CD Equal Vision/Columbia 93989
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