Strawberry Switchblade is the only studio album released by the Scottish new wave band Strawberry Switchblade. The album did not live up to the high chart expectations created by the (UK) single "Since Yesterday". It entered and peaked at on the UK Album Chart in April 1985. The album was promoted by two additional singles: the first, "Let Her Go", reached and the final single, "Who Knows What Love Is?", reached on the UK Singles Chart
Progressive Power Symphony X. 乐队列表 Progressive Power Symphony X The Divine Wings of Tragedy. 6. The Eyes of Medusa. 7. The Witching Hour. 8. The Divine Wings of Tragedy. 9. Candlelight Fantasia.
03. The lost paradise. 06. The symphonic wings of tragedy. Other productions from The Symphonic Wings Of Tragedy. The Symphonic Wings Of Tragedy II. Albums in Melodic Black.
What might this album be" Only the album that kick started Symhpony X's power/prog metal career. While the band started in 1994, this album and V: The New Mythology Suite finally gets them the attention the skilled band deserves in 1997 and 2000 respectively. Considered by many to be one of the best power/prog metal albums ever, The Divine Wings Of Tragedy suceeds to combine cheesy power metal lyrics and technical progressive metal riffs together . While the intro is kinda boring, the rest of the song is just as amazing as The Divine Wings of Tragedy was. The soloing by the guitars and keyboard is much more exciting and appealing than the ones in The Accolade were. The soft guitaring during the verses are great, and suprisingly complex. The vocals are perfect for this song. The song closes by fading out.
The Devine Wings of Tragedy" is a very good album for all the prog metal heads around. It is also a good listen for the Kansas and/or Rush faithful out there, but of course it is no where are good as any Kansas album. I'd recommend "The Devine Wings of Tragedy" to, as I said prog metal fans. After The Accolade you have to wait for three songs to finish before the best song of the album, The Divine Wings of Tragedy, but it's a worth while wait as this really is a (big) gem of a song. At 20 minutes this song has the time, and uses it, to move from a fast, hard intro to slower sections and back, without sounding contrived or forced, showing exactly how good this band are as musicians and Romeo as a composer.
The Divine Wings of Tragedy. Album (Studio full-length). Progressive Metal, Neoclassical Metal. The Divine Wings of Tragedy (1997).
Overview The title track, "The Divine Wings of Tragedy," contains excerpts from Johann Sebastian Bach's Mass in B Minor and Gustav Holst's The Planets. The lyrical theme was inspired by John Milton's Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained, and also includes a reference to Dante Alighieri's Inferno. In 2005, The Divine Wings of Tragedy was ranked in Rock Hard magazine's book of The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time.
Divine Wings Of Tragedy. Divine was the 3rd album from symphonic metal proggers Symphony X and although they already had somewhat of a fan base this one propelled them to the top of heap. The album contains all of the elements that came to define this band
The band started as doom/death, being one of the pioneers of the genre. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - February 16, 2008.