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ron666
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#3201
Quote by ChemicalFire
A Sense of Purpose is often regarded as a half finished mess of an album and probably the worst release from In Flames to date, take that as you will.


well thanx for the input, I really appreciate it. You do remember that I stated that this was the first In Flames album that I have heard, right? I have not heard any of their other albums and thus, have nothing really to compare.

But if you say that this is their weakest album, well so be it. Who am I to argue.

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shunks
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#3202
I've been listening to The Jester Race the past few weeks, so I'm moving onto another album now and I chose Reroute to Remain... Those choruses... kinda strange, but not terrible haha
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piratemetalhead
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Join date: May 2007
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#3203
Picked up Clayman. Now I've got everything from Jester Race to Clayman, and I think I'm done with In Flames "Collection" (I can get into few tunes from Come Clarity sometimes, I don't bother with anything else. I think the name "reroute to remain" in itself is really an obvious warning of "selling out", why else would they choose that name o.O )

This album is really produced beautifully. Ander's clean vocals sound very introverted and weak, but everything else is very powerful, and his harsh vox in this album are great. In Flames seems to get a lot of piss for being flowery and stuff, but I think of them more as a rock band to be honest hahaha. Great melodic leads, riffs, and solid musicianship all around. Sounds a lot better than the mp3's I had
P1ayingW1thF1re
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#3204
Clayman is a very nice album indeed, I like it a lot. It's full of well-composed, coherent songs and soothing yet catchy melodies.
Burning_Angel
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Join date: Jun 2006
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#3205
Quote by Metal Matt
I'm starting to think I'm the only person on the planet who genuinely enjoys Anders vocal style

Pretty sure you are.

Regardless, I have nothing to contribute aside from the usual snarky ness. Everything after Clayman has just been varying degrees of awful.

That said though, I cant really listen to any of their material anymore.
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Gulumok
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#3206
I can enjoy their newer stuff but i don't see them as a melodic death metalband today. It's a sad story to see them turning away from the music they made once but to be honest: If a unknown band would have made one of their later albums nobody would call it bad. I think the reason why so many people hate their newer stuff is just the fact that it isn't like "Lunar Strain" anymore.
duncang
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#3207
I think it's that it isn't like The Jester Race to Clayman, which is generally speaking their most overtly melodic material. Most accessible and least heavy without the silly lyrics or compromising any supposedly 'true' credentials
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ChemicalFire
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#3208
Is Clayman still a metal album? It's one of my favourites but I do wonder sometimes.
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Morphogenesis26
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#3209
Quote by ChemicalFire
Is Clayman still a metal album? It's one of my favourites but I do wonder sometimes.


Why wouldn't it be? O_o

Clayman has my favorite solo of theirs, Suburban Me.
duncang
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#3210
That's Chris Amott playing that!
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Morphogenesis26
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#3211


It's sad when your favorite solo by a band isn't even by their actual guitarist.
piratemetalhead
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Join date: May 2007
2,274 IQ
#3212
Whenever I show my girlfriend in flames she says it sounds like anime fight scenes xD I think a lot of their flashy leads and melodies owe more to "shred rock" than extreme metal. I don't know, I guess I like thinking of Colony/ Clayman as aggressive melodic rock instead of "soft" extreme metal
ThrashUnleashed
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#3213
I feel like back when it first came out, I understood why people were disappointed Playground Fading; but now I can't seem to figure it out. Other than The Attic and that one other song I can't remember the name of, it isn't extremely different.
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Morphogenesis26
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#3214
Quote by piratemetalhead
Whenever I show my girlfriend in flames she says it sounds like anime fight scenes xD I think a lot of their flashy leads and melodies owe more to "shred rock" than extreme metal. I don't know, I guess I like thinking of Colony/ Clayman as aggressive melodic rock instead of "soft" extreme metal


The way those Melodeath bands did their solos, chorus's, and lead lines made me think of anime fight scenes so that's what turned me on to them.

No shame.
piratemetalhead
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Join date: May 2007
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#3216
I listened through Clayman while stoned

and yes, Suburban Me has a sick solo

I think the solo in The Hive is my fav though.
Metal Matt
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#3217
To me Brush the Dust Away is one of the best tracks on that album and completely underrated.
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duncang
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#3218
Metal Matt! How've you been?
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Metal Matt
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#3219
Lol hey Duncan. Just lurkin' a lot lately. Trying to find time to contribute a bit more around here. I see you're still runnin' a tight ship.

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Lappo
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#3220
anyone else find themselves only ever listening to Man Made God?
Gibson_SG_uzr55
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#3221
I rank the albums:

The Jester Race
Clayman
Colony
Whoracle
The Lunar Strain
Come Clarity
A Sense of Purpose
Reroute to Remain
Sounds of a Playground Fading
Soundtrack to Your Escape
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ChemicalFire
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Join date: Oct 2007
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#3223
Pretty sure it isn't.


Also new album blows.
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