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Well, I'll be..."Time" by ELO is one of the greatest concept albums in the history of ever. If you don't just use it for background music while you're cleaning the house or smth, if you actually listen to the words, you will hear a really good story.
What kind of a post is this??!~!!
ArtibiThe Darkness' Permission To Land can be interpreted as a rock-star's rise to fame and the trials and errors that he goes through.
When life is holding you hostage, is it any wonder you develop Stockholm Syndrome? - Malchus
Heresiarch CommandI'm not quite sure what it's specifically supposed to be but "Ashore the Celestial Burden" by Dark Millennium reads to me like some mythic deconstruction of Christianity from the view of a believer viewing it through the lens of strange esoteric methodology. "Testimony of the Ancients" by Pestilence was about a man attempting to discover the grand metaphysical truths underlying reality only to discover some horrid eldritch secret and then being condemned to the he of the lesser Christian god who is ironically powerless against whatever exactly he has seen.
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Only Death Is Real
I love doing this. Trouble is, it usually doesn't work out the way you'd like. Anyway, the one that's worked the best for me so far is Beatles for Sale, which I already posted about in The Beatles' WMG page. Otherwise, I envision In the Court of the Crimson King as a sort of story:
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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