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A Perfect Circle

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by S@T@N, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. S@T@N

    S@T@N 12oz Senior Member

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    A Perfect Circle

    Discussion started by S@T@N - Oct 3, 2003

    Their first cd (Mer de Noms) quickly became one of my favorite cds.
    Now, they've come out with another, the "Thirteenth Step." It's fucking
    wonderful... Maynard always seems to rise above and beyond.


    Anyway, get it.
     
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    -Rage- - Replied Oct 3, 2003

    Good shit.
     
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  3. 26SidedCube

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    26SidedCube - Replied Oct 3, 2003

    The music's good... names of the song are a little over-the-top/cliche... Noose, Weak and Powerless, and The Outsider seem a little too "I'm hurt and depraved"... I burn Bibles, too!
     
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  4. S@T@N

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    S@T@N - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    Maybe you should listen to the lyrics. And take some Kaopectate for
    that brown dribble you got runnin down your chin.
     
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    MrChupacabra - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    I haven't taken the time to listen to their new cd yet, but i enjoyed the old one. I do know my dad has been steady rocking it for the past couple weeks though.
     
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  6. S@T@N

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    S@T@N - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    Nice, chupa. Here:

    "So glad to see you well
    Overcome and completely silent now
    Without himself
    You cast your demons out
    And not to pull your halo down
    Around your neck and tug you off your cloud
    But I'm more than just curious
    How you're planning to go about
    Making your amends to the dead
    To the dead

    Recall the deeds as if
    They're all someone else's
    Atrocious stories
    Now you stand reborn before us all
    So glad to see you well

    And not to pull your halo down
    Around your neck and tug you to the ground
    But I'm more than just curious
    How you're planning to go about
    Making your amends to the dead
    To the dead

    With your halo slipping down
    Your halo slipping
    Your halo slipping down
    Your halo slipping down
    Your halo slipping down (repeated)

    Your halo slipping down to choke you now"



    This isn't a "hurt and depraved" anything. This is Maynard in his normal
    tone saying "fuck you" with some intelligence.
     
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    MagatsuTaito - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    you call that intelligence. HA HA
     
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    Big Bruno - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    I don't understand why, but I hated Mer de Noms. I love everything that Tool has done, but I just couldn't get into that album. But from what hear of the new one: felling it.
     
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    wa5te_pHk - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    apc is my all time favorite band and the new album is fukin greatness.

    gravity is the best song:)
     
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  10. S@T@N

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    S@T@N - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    I like the whole 99 thing. Didn't think anyone would see? Intelligence
    is knowing you only need to put anything over 10 to get the largest size
    font.

    Stay outta the thread if you're gonna make blanket hater statements.
     
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    Spike - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    Don't fret precious I'm here
    Step away from the window
    Go back to sleep....

    Lay your head down child
    I won't let the boogieman come
    Counting bodies like sheep to the war drums
    Pay no mind to the rabble
    Pay no mind to the rabble
    Head down go to sleep to the rhythm of the war drums

    Pay no mind what other voices say
    They don't care about you.. like I do, like I do
    Safe from pain and truth and choice
    And other poisoned devils
    See they don't give a fuck about you... but I do

    Just stay with me
    Safe and ignorant
    Go back to sleep
    Go back to sleep

    Lay your head down child
    I won't let the boogieman come
    Counting bodies like sheep to the war drums
    Pay no mind to the rabble
    Pay no mind to the rabble
    Head down go to sleep to the rhythm of the war drums

    I'll be the one to protect you from
    Your enemies and all your demons
    I'll be the one to protect you from
    A will to survive and a voice of reason
    I'll be the one to protect you from
    Your enemies and your choices son
    They are one and the same I must isolate you
    Isolate and save you from yourself

    Swaying to the rhythm of a new world order!
    Counting bodies like sheep to the war drums
    The boogiemen are coming
    The boogiemen are coming
    Keep your head down go to sleep to the rhythm of the war drums

    Stay with me
    Safe and ignorant
    Just stay with me
    Hold you and protect you from the other ones
    The evil ones
    Don't love you son
    Go back to sleep
     
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    Spike - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    I hereby present Maynard with an award for being the first to use "boogieman" in a song and not making me laugh every time I hear it.

    Thirteenth Step is a great album, but the whole thing is let down by "Dissapear". Also The Nurse Who Loved me is about 100x better live.

    I don't get why they didn't bother with drums on some tracks. I found it made those songs sound a lot weaker than stuff like Pet. I'm even contemplating sampling the drum beat off The Noose and using it for some hip-hoppish thing. That's how impessed by it I am.
     
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    S@T@N - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    A lot of the times you find a song that isn't quite what you'd expect, I'm
    pretty sure that's exactly the point. They want to impress... but for the
    most part they don't want to conform to shitty 3 chord fluff, with the
    generic repetitive drum lines.
     
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    S@T@N - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    A Perfect Circle
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    Tue, Nov 11, 2003 7:30pm


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    SWIFFERJET- you are fucking coming to this. no i don't care, skip school.
     
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    yoink - Replied Oct 4, 2003

    Well I really fucking enjoyed Mer De Noms so Im going to go get this when I get some money in the account.

    two thumbs up.
     
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