History Music / Sikth

1st Jun '17 1:05:05 PM robertpercy
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* ''Let The Transmitting Begin'' (2001)


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* ''Flogging The Horses'' (2006)


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* ''The Future In Whose Eyes?'' (2017)
1st Jun '17 1:02:47 PM robertpercy
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An influential {{progressive metal}} band from the UK who combined a very technical, mathcore inspired sound with a melodic and experimental side. They formed in 1999, split up in 2008, and reformed in 2012. They've released two acclaimed albums and three [=EPs=].

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An influential {{progressive metal}} band from the UK who combined a very technical, mathcore inspired sound with a melodic and experimental side. They formed in 1999, split up in 2008, and reformed in 2012. They've released two acclaimed three albums and three [=EPs=].
1st Jun '17 1:01:50 PM robertpercy
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** "Golden Cufflinks" is about the gentrification of Central London and the damage it's caused to the cultural life of the city. The song's lyrics reference the redevelopment of Tin Pan Alley and the video shows news clippings about old London venues such as The Mean Fiddler closing down and videos from the band's performances at those old London venues.

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** "Golden Cufflinks" is about the gentrification of Central London and the damage it's caused to the cultural life of the city. The song's lyrics reference the redevelopment of Tin Pan Alley and the music video shows news clippings about old London venues such as The Mean Fiddler closing down and videos from the band's performances at those old London venues.down.
1st Jun '17 1:00:29 PM robertpercy
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* BasedOnATrueStory: Some fans believe "Hold My Finger" is autobiographical.

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* BasedOnATrueStory: Some fans believe BasedOnATrueStory:
** There is a long standing fan theory that
"Hold My Finger" is somewhat autobiographical.
1st Jun '17 12:59:40 PM robertpercy
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** He explores this to its biggest extreme yet on The Future in Whose Eyes. For some parts of "Cracks of Light" he performs the vocals in a cockney accent and "The Moon's Been Gone For Hours" is performed in an Australian accent.

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** He explores this to its biggest extreme yet on The ''The Future in Whose Eyes.Eyes''. For some parts of "Cracks of Light" he performs the vocals in a cockney accent and "The Moon's Been Gone For Hours" is performed in an Australian accent.
1st Jun '17 12:55:20 PM robertpercy
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* ManOfAThousandVoices: Both Mikee Goodman and Joe Rosser. The fact that Mikee is now a voiceover artist fully cements this.

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* ManOfAThousandVoices: Both Mikee Goodman Goodman's vocal style can range from anywhere between death growls and Joe Rosser. high shrieks to mounrful melodic tones reminiscent of JimMorrison, NickCave or LeonardCohen, and even imitate various different accents.
** He explores this to its biggest extreme yet on
The fact that Mikee Future in Whose Eyes. For some parts of "Cracks of Light" he performs the vocals in a cockney accent and "The Moon's Been Gone For Hours" is now a voiceover artist fully cements this.performed in an Australian accent.
1st Jun '17 12:48:21 PM robertpercy
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* OncePerEpisode: Mikee writes a spoken word poem for each release. From Opacities onwards he fit the spoken word pieces into the themes of each release.

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* OncePerEpisode: Mikee writes a Mikee's spoken word poem for each release. From Opacities onwards he fit the spoken word pieces into the themes of each release.poems.
17th May '17 4:31:06 PM robertpercy
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--> "but a future in whose eyes?"

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--> "but a future '''future in whose eyes?"eyes?'''"
15th May '17 2:36:54 PM robertpercy
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* BasedOnATrueStory: "Philistine Philosophies" is about Mikee's struggles with trying to adapt to the current day music industry. The line "so hop on the wagon or be a mystical tree" was inspired by a conversation he had with his manager where he was told that he needed to have a social media presence or he would be left behind.

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* BasedOnATrueStory: Some fans believe "Hold My Finger" is autobiographical.
**
"Philistine Philosophies" is about Mikee's struggles with trying to adapt to the current day music industry. The line "so hop on the wagon or be a mystical tree" was inspired by a conversation he had with his manager where he was told that he needed to have a social media presence or he would be left behind.behind.
** "Golden Cufflinks" is about the gentrification of Central London and the damage it's caused to the cultural life of the city. The song's lyrics reference the redevelopment of Tin Pan Alley and the video shows news clippings about old London venues such as The Mean Fiddler closing down and videos from the band's performances at those old London venues.
15th May '17 2:10:28 PM robertpercy
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* OncePerEpisode: Mikee always writes a spoken word poem for each album.

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* OncePerEpisode: Mikee always writes a spoken word poem for each album.release. From Opacities onwards he fit the spoken word pieces into the themes of each release.
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