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Sunday, 17 July 2011

Opeth - Orchid [1995]

I love Opeth and unlike the owner of this blog, who would probably tell you otherwise, I believe they are yet to put out an essentially 'bad' album. There are many who believe that and most when asked "So what's their worst then?" would bring up this one... not that I understand why. Yes, the songwriting isn't as strong as pretty much anything else they've done and each song does kind of feel like it's throwing ideas at you constantly that aren't linked as well as they should be, but this doesn't mean these ideas aren't brilliant. There are some great moments in this album, pretty much all of 'Forest of October' for example. This is one of the two Opeth albums where Mikael Åkerfeldt sounds like his balls haven't dropped and uses higher pitched growls, personally I prefer his lower ones, but you may not. Anyway I've rambled on for long enough now, download and listen. Enjoy.

.m4a @ 320 kbps VBR


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