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* AwesomeMusic:

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* AwesomeMusic:SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:



* DorkAge: The post-Helios, Damon-only era.

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* MomentOfAwesome: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings.

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* MomentOfAwesome: %%* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings.



* ParanoiaFuel: Also part of their territory. Just read CloningBlues on the main page.

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* %%* ParanoiaFuel: Also part of their territory. Just read CloningBlues on the main page.


* DorkAge: The post-Helios, Damon-only era. It doesn't even qualify as LoveItOrHateIt; more like "Hate It or Think It Isn't That Bad"

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* DorkAge: The post-Helios, Damon-only era. It doesn't even qualify as LoveItOrHateIt; more like "Hate It or Think It Isn't That Bad"



* LoveItOrHateIt: ''The Visitation''


* AwesomeMoments: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings certainly qualifies.
* AwesomeMusic: You'd have an easier time listing their not-mind-blowing (heyday) songs. There's a reason Music/JulianCope considers "TV As Eyes" to be his favourite album-opener.

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* AwesomeMoments: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings certainly qualifies.
* AwesomeMusic:
AwesomeMusic:
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You'd have an easier time listing their not-mind-blowing (heyday) songs. There's a reason Music/JulianCope considers "TV As Eyes" to be his favourite album-opener.



** Fans and critics alike raved over ''Feel it Like a Scientist'', the band's 2014 comeback.



* EnsembleDarkhorse: The Stench Brothers, the band's rhythm section from ''Blood on the Moon'' through ''Chronicles'', are the band's best-known and best-liked non-Damon/Helios members.
* EpicRiff: Helios was inspired by the likes of Music/BlackSabbath, PsychedelicRock and PunkRock, so practically every riff was this. Basically anything from ''Half Machine Lip Moves'', ''Blood on the Moon'', and ''Third from the Sun'', plus "Danger Zone" and the 2012 single "PROPHECY".

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: The Stench Brothers, the band's rhythm section from ''Blood on the Moon'' through ''Chronicles'', are the band's best-known and best-liked non-Damon/Helios members.
* EpicRiff: Helios was inspired by the likes of Music/BlackSabbath, PsychedelicRock and PunkRock, so practically every riff was this. Basically anything from ''Half Machine Lip Moves'', ''Blood on the Moon'', and ''Third from the Sun'', and ''Feel it Like a Scientist'', plus "Danger Zone" and the 2012 single "PROPHECY".Zone".


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* MomentOfAwesome: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings.

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* AwesomeMoments: The fans helping to buy back the unreleased '79-'80 recordings certainly qualifies.


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** The 2012 single "PROPHECY" returns the band to their circa-1979 style with arguably ''better'' results. It sounds like if ''Half Machine Lip Moves'' was recorded in a proper studio as opposed to Damon's living room. Probably one of Helios' best songs in years as well.


* EpicRiff: Helios was inspired by the likes of Music/BlackSabbath, PsychedelicRock and PunkRock, so practically every riff was this. Basically anything from ''Half Machine Lip Moves'', ''Blood on the Moon'', and ''Third from the Sun'', plus "Danger Zone".

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* EpicRiff: Helios was inspired by the likes of Music/BlackSabbath, PsychedelicRock and PunkRock, so practically every riff was this. Basically anything from ''Half Machine Lip Moves'', ''Blood on the Moon'', and ''Third from the Sun'', plus "Danger Zone".Zone" and the 2012 single "PROPHECY".


* ParanoiaFuel: Also part of their territory. Just read CloningBlues on the main page.

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* ParanoiaFuel: Also part of their territory. Just read CloningBlues on the main page.page.
* SignatureSong: "TV As Eyes", "Meet You in the Subway", and/or "Firebomb".

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* FanonDiscontinuity: Fans generally ignore the albums without Helios. That includes ''The Visitation'' and anything between ''Chronicles'' and ''Retro Transmission''.
* LoveItOrHateIt: ''The Visitation''

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: The Stench Brothers, the band's rhythm section from ''Blood on the Moon'' through ''Chronicles'', are the band's best-known and best-liked non-Damon/Helios members.

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* AwesomeMusic: You'd have an easier time listing their not-mind-blowing (heyday) songs. There's a reason Music/JulianCope considers "TV As Eyes" to be his favourite album-opener.
* DorkAge: The post-Helios, Damon-only era. It doesn't even qualify as LoveItOrHateIt; more like "Hate It or Think It Isn't That Bad"
* EpicRiff: Helios was inspired by the likes of Music/BlackSabbath, PsychedelicRock and PunkRock, so practically every riff was this. Basically anything from ''Half Machine Lip Moves'', ''Blood on the Moon'', and ''Third from the Sun'', plus "Danger Zone".
* NightmareFuel: Their music was the more happily crazy cousin to Music/ThrobbingGristle, so it's plenty nightmarish.
* ParanoiaFuel: Also part of their territory. Just read CloningBlues on the main page.

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