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Old 10-02-2008, 06:55 AM   #21
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I wanna see Opeth live too!


So do I
i'll record it just for you haha
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:55 AM   #22
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I'm starting to enjoy BP a lot more than other Opeth albums.

Also, Wreath pwns
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:59 AM   #23
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I will see them live in march too(Firenze,do you live in dubai?).
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:03 AM   #24
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I will see them live in march too(Firenze,do you live in dubai?).
YEAHHHH!

Opeth are playing at Desert Rock? I wanna go

EDIT: I just checked, they're playing with Arch Enemy and Chimaira, I hate not being rich
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:13 AM   #25
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Does anyone know what amps, guitars, effects etc Opeth used on Watershed? Mainly the lead guitar sound on Burden. It's an amazing tone!!

Mike used an SG, Fred used Mikes 1970s strat reissue. Amps - old Marshall plexi, Laney lionheart (not sure who used which)
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:41 AM   #26
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:49 AM   #27
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I learned to play To Bid You Farewell (the acoustic bit) and Patterns in the Ivy II today.

Oh and thanks for the warning Frenchy. EDIT: The rest of this post was deleted in fear of being banish-ed.

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Old 10-02-2008, 07:51 AM   #28
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I learned to play To Bid You Farewell (the acoustic bit) and Patterns in the Ivy II today.

Oh and thanks for the warning Frenchy. EDIT: The rest of this post was deleted in fear of being banish-ed.

No I didn't. I wasn't really posting in the thread. not in the last couple of pages anyway.

They should make a beer called opeth. Because Opeth Beer would be so good. Because Beer is so good anyway
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:53 AM   #29
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I can forsee this thread taking over 90% of all other threads in post and view counts by tomorrow morning.

Once again I'd like to show my appreciation for Watershed. I just can't get over how good it is. I'm listening to it right now and it feels like I'm hearing it for the first time and am being super impressed by its awesomeness.
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Weren't you having the Pokemon conversation with Magero?

Are you kidding? Beer is awful? They should name a brand of Vodka or Bourbon after Opeth. Now those are good drinks.

(i really hope this counts as on-topic)
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I can forsee this thread taking over 90% of all other threads in post and view counts by tomorrow morning.

Once again I'd like to show my appreciation for Watershed. I just can't get over how good it is. I'm listening to it right now and it feels like I'm hearing it for the first time and am being super impressed by its awesomeness.

IT is quite awesome. However I'm wondering why, when I ripped it into my iTunes it keeps skipping in songs. It sucks
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I can forsee this thread taking over 90% of all other threads in post and view counts by tomorrow morning.


It defenitely will.

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Once again I'd like to show my appreciation for Watershed. I just can't get over how good it is. I'm listening to it right now and it feels like I'm hearing it for the first time and am being super impressed by its awesomeness.

As i've said before, i like Watershed but i fell that it wasn't really put together well (i'm looking at you Porcelain hearrt and Hessian Peel )

I'm really into Morningrise now. I'll re-post my new top 3 since we're in a new thread now.

1. Still Life (still)
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Weren't you having the Pokemon conversation with Magero?

Are you kidding? Beer is awful? They should name a brand of Vodka or Bourbon after Opeth. Now those are good drinks.

(i really hope this counts as on-topic)

Nup. I was just making a Charifeldt playing card :P haha. I think that was someone else. Probably the other chugger. Internal Chaos or whatever.
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Nah it was me coming up with 'Charifeldt'

So.... yeah. My iPod has been taken over by Opeth.
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Careful guys, we don't want to make any posts without saying Opeth at least once.
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Pretty epic.
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Nah it was me coming up with 'Charifeldt'

So.... yeah. My iPod has been taken over by Opeth.

Does that mean with every opeth post their was opeth 10 views OMG OPETH.
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The acoustic break in Godhead's Lament is one of the greatest things ever. And if you believe otherwise, you fail.

And, Orchid>Still Life>Morningrise, the rest are dynamic for me, although Watershed and GR are probably near the bottom.
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Nah it was me coming up with 'Charifeldt'

So.... yeah. My iPod has been taken over by Opeth.

I checked and Oblivion had some part in it too.
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Yeah i've been making sure i've been writing Opeth in every post.

And yes it was an awesome thread. It was still brand new too. The Metallica thread is years old (i think) and we were catching up with it.
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The acoustic break in Godhead's Lament is one of the greatest things ever. And if you believe otherwise, you fail.

And, Orchid>Still Life>Morningrise, the rest are dynamic for me, although Watershed and GR are probably near the bottom.

Yea cinnamon day :P Haha. I saw a pic in the other thread of Akerfeldt and it said on this cinnamon day or somethin and i was like wtf is that from. Listen to Godhead's Lament and it sounds like he says that.

More greater then that is Serenity Painted Death's Chorus.

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And, Orchid>Still Life>Morningrise, the rest are dynamic for me, although Watershed and GR are probably near the bottom.

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