kaleidoughscope wrote:Simone Simmons from Epica does a good job of creating an opera-ish atmosphere. Similar to Nightwish.
Hawknc wrote:Gotta love our political choices here - you can pick the unionised socially conservative party, or the free-market even more socially conservative party. Oh who to vote for…I don't know, I think I'll just flip a coin and hope it explodes and kills me.
Jesse wrote:But yeah, I'm not looking for stuff that fits in the category I attempted to make up. I am looking for something that is as close to exactly like that clip as humanly possible.
Jesse wrote:Yeah, 'Fleurs Du Mal' from Brightman's album is getting close.
Flo3:16 wrote:Buy a bunch of CD`s. Then check the Songwriters. If the Name says: "Jim Steinman" you keep them.
1337geek wrote:Flo3:16 wrote:Buy a bunch of CD`s. Then check the Songwriters. If the Name says: "Jim Steinman" you keep them.
This is a great rule for buying music in general. But he already said that's not what he's after. Although, the "Angels Arise" intro to "Graveyard Shift" actually might fit the category, though it's just piano and voice. Link to free mp3: http://media.jimsteinman.com/audio/Vesp ... dShift.mp3 "Angels Arise" is sung by Emily Pulley and played by Steve Margoshes, "Graveyard Shift" is sung and played by Jim Steinman. This is a demo from the unreleased Batman musical from several years ago, which was to be directed by Tim Burton.
Jesse wrote:Yeah, because I definitely haven't spent a lot of time talking about how much I love goth rock, but that it's not what I am after in this instance.
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aleflamedyud wrote:Plenty of people have confidence without any base of actual virtue or accomplishment beneath it. We call these people "douchebags".
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