Follow TV Tropes


YMMV / Green Carnation

Go To

  • Awesome Music: Light of Day, Day of Darkness certainly qualifies. Progressive Rock fans would be well advised to check out The Acoustic Verses as well.
    • Just about all of "Light of Day, Day of Darkness", all 60 minutes of it.
    • The Quiet Offspring, all of it. Is it basically pop-metal? Sure... is it awesome? YES!!! It's a textbook guide on how to commercialize your sound without losing artistic integrity.
  • Dancing Bear: One of the main reasons behind Light of Day, Day of Darkness' notoriety is the fact that it contains a single, hour-long song.
  • Ending Fatigue: Again, "Light of Day, Day of Darkness''.
  • Sequel Displacement: "Wait, there was an album before Light of Day, Day of Darkness."
  • Signature Song: Once again, "Light of Day, Day of Darkness."
  • Tear Jerker: "Light of Day, Day of Darkness", which is about Tchort's daughter dying.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: A Blessing in Disguise attempted to pull off a sort of Queensryche-ish sound, moving away from their rather doomish sound. A LOT of fans weren't happy.
    • Vindicated by History: A good amount of fans admit in recent times that time has been kind to the album, and that it was disappointing at the time of its release because it was the first album in three years since Light of Day, Day of Darkness.