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simple but one of the most moving 'Priest tunes I've heard

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[Soylentgreen4u] Friday, February 27, 2009 10:54:53 AM 
[croton] Friday, February 27, 2009 5:25:57 AM 
i love this tune , especially the chorus. I sing this out loud when im mowing the rough where i work. Im actually thinking of the duel guitar riff at the end of the tune AS I WRITE. thats awesome jenny
Edited at: Friday, February 27, 2009 5:27:09 AM
[Screamin' Demon] Wednesday, January 28, 2009 8:00:34 PM 
This is truly one of the most amazing 'Priest songs I have heard up to date. I still don't know how to put my finger on what emotion this song has, other than say that it almost feels like being deeply in love with someone, to the point of romance being so burning hot that nothing else in the world matters. The composition of the song is excellent, the accoustic introduction with Rob heavily emotionally subjective in this part, followed by heavy guitars, and Scott's awesome groovy drumming this time around. The chorus is my favourite part, with heavy guitars backing Rob's every line. The most hair raising moment here is right after Rob says "take me to the maze of mystery" and Scott double beats his floor tom or snare (can't make out which one) and then hits one of the cymbals whilst the heavy power chord is struck again, and making Rob's voice just sail across the gutar sound. The solo is quite good, short but very titanic. Love the breakdown, which then proceeds to the normal rhythm again, and of course the glorious chorii. Very beautiful and moving song, has a kinda very serious but happy feel to it. If 'Priest read this thread, PLEASE play this song on the second Euro leg, this song is really amazing and deserves to be played the fuck out of. Rock on 'Priest
Edited at: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 8:02:45 PM
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