For 15 CDs that have been out for more than a decade, it most certainly is.Traveller in Time wrote:So not really expensive for 15 CDs!
Especially for us Americans. x_x
That's kind of how I felt when I listened to it.bestpike wrote:I hope there is much more to it than the chorus, cause it doesn't sound like typical Blind Guardian, but typical power metal.
Given that we're looking at another TWELVE months before the new album comes out, I don't think you have anything to worry about.bestpike wrote:Fly was announced 6 months before release or so.
I could go the rest of my life never hearing any version of that song ever again, and I would be just fine with it.I consider the classic version of “Theatre Of Pain” as one of the best Blind Guardian songs ever.
Alright, sure.blind-man wrote:I think they shouldn't be "obliged" to play any song. If they want to drop, for example, Mirror Mirror...from the setlist and play some other songs that have never been played live, or that haven't been played often, I'm all for it
Oh hellz no.The Bard's Song
If And Then There Was Silence can be played live, so can anything else on aNAtObestpike wrote:Well if you listen closely to the song there a lot of time overlapping Hansi voices and other symphonic stuff that i dont even know how are created. my guess would be that its impossible to reproduced good enough live.
Your stats affect your ability to do anything in the world, and the primary focus of the game is on character interaction and choices made during gameplay. It's an RPG.power_dysfunction wrote:Deus Ex had some RPG-ish elements, but it's decidedly an FPS, not an RPG.
Interestingly enough, "American" doesn't just mean "United Statesian".blind-man wrote:Angra is a brazilian band!webmaster wrote:The American acts include Demons and Wizards, Angra and Kamelot just to name a few.