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    Aureate Gloom > The rest s indistinguishable.

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    Did I start a ranking war? I'm sorry. Actually no it's Elias's fault

  3. #23
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    im not a huge fan of aureate
    wish i was, but im just not... that being said, it still has more plays than some of the albums in my library

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    Poppies>Skeletal>Fauna>Stalks>Satanic>Parade>Icons

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    Aureate Gloom didn't have lasting power for me. There are surely moments of greatness there, but it didn't really connect with me on any level apart from it being of Montreal , which is a sure connection.

    Its Different for Girls does little for me. I'm hoping, like Coquet Coquet, its a bad first leg forward

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    Because the rest of False Priest was such a good leg...

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    Almost every song on False Priest (except for Famine Affair) is better than Coquet.

    It seems IDFG is the least sophisticated song on IR, so I have good hopes for the album.

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    Famine Affair is the best song on the album. You're confused.

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    +1 on what Abel said. I even made a group on here called something along the lines of "ppl who think Famine Affair is the best song on FP"

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by André View Post
    Almost every song on False Priest (except for Famine Affair) is better than Coquet.
    Ain't that the truth. I never skip songs when I'm listening to oM albums with the exception of Coquet, Coquette. Someone could write a spoof of it called Croquet, Croquette about lawn games played with potatoes.
    I was like, "oh"

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