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* CrowningMomentofHeartwarming: The climax of "Daylight."

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* SpaceIsolationHorror: The Saturn 5 Trilogy is about a spaceship that gets stuck in a geosynchronous orbit with the dark side of Saturn's moon Titan, leaving the crew trapped in the darkness of the planet's shadow for three years. Many of the lyrics are about the loneliness of space, especially ''Space Robot Five''.


Brave Saint Saturn is a rock band and side project of FiveIronFrenzy. Frontman Reese Roper started the band, very shortly after the creation of FIF, as an outlet for thematically dark songs that would not have fit well with FIF's usual output.[[note]]It's ironic that FIF themselves got quite a bit darker in their final years--[=BS2=]'s lyrics wouldn't sound out of place next to "Eulogy", "The Day We Killed", or "American Kryptonite".[[/note]]

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Brave Saint Saturn is a rock band and side project of FiveIronFrenzy.Music/FiveIronFrenzy. Frontman Reese Roper started the band, very shortly after the creation of FIF, as an outlet for thematically dark songs that would not have fit well with FIF's usual output.[[note]]It's ironic that FIF themselves got quite a bit darker in their final years--[=BS2=]'s lyrics wouldn't sound out of place next to "Eulogy", "The Day We Killed", or "American Kryptonite".[[/note]]


* TheDanza: The crew of the ''Gloria'' are all fictionalized versions of the band members.


Brave Saint Saturn is a rock band and side project of FiveIronFrenzy. Frontman Reese Roper started the band, very shortly after the creation of FIF, as an outlet for thematically dark songs that would not have fit well with FIF's usual output.[[hottip:*:It's ironic that FIF themselves got quite a bit darker in their final years--[=BS2=]'s lyrics wouldn't sound out of place next to "Eulogy", "The Day We Killed", or "American Kryptonite".]]

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Brave Saint Saturn is a rock band and side project of FiveIronFrenzy. Frontman Reese Roper started the band, very shortly after the creation of FIF, as an outlet for thematically dark songs that would not have fit well with FIF's usual output.[[hottip:*:It's [[note]]It's ironic that FIF themselves got quite a bit darker in their final years--[=BS2=]'s lyrics wouldn't sound out of place next to "Eulogy", "The Day We Killed", or "American Kryptonite".]]
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'''''So Far From Home''''' (2000) tells of the crew of the USS ''Gloria'', on a mission to survey Saturn from orbit, and their struggle against loneliness in the vastness of space. The album ends with mission control losing contact with the ship.

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'''''So Far From from Home''''' (2000) tells of the crew of the USS ''Gloria'', on a mission to survey Saturn from orbit, and their struggle against loneliness in the vastness of space. The album ends with mission control losing contact with the ship.

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