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Feb 23, 2007 | 8:43 PM EST
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Intro off one of my older CDs.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This intro is really cool, It's perfect for the beginning of a playlist (if you put "don't say lazy" behind, it's even better)

Back-From-Purgatory responds:

Unfortunately, nothing ever came of this or the album I was working on back then... but I'm glad you like it regardless!


Rated 3 / 5 stars


+The Review+
Essentially, this piece is a dramatic heavy guitar solo. The piece is short, but there's a manageable amount of content. There's nothing repulsive about the piece, but it is fairly mainstream in terms of organization. There's a rise, a climax and a fall. This should not be considered as a negative, for the piece does not last even one minute in duration. I must say that this piece isn't very reflective of its title. Throughout history, purgatory has been identified as the place when purported pure souls were made ready for heaven. Back From Purgatory and mean many things. My personal interpretation puts it as this: a man dies. Placed into purgatory, he escapes to share his knowledge of perfection. Returning, he realizes that his knowledge cannot be used, and he is pulled away to paradise. There are a few negative points to this piece. One, it's too short. I'm not isolating this factor simply because I dislike short pieces, it's because this piece tries to attempt far to much in too little time. The end product is a piece with a strong beginning that slowly dies throughout the piece, with only a slightly extended note to mark it's end.

+++Last Guardian+++

Back-From-Purgatory responds:

I'm by no means religious, so I don't know how the bible represents Purgatory, but the way I understand it is much different than what you described.

I think of it more as a place between heaven, hell, and earth, you aren't in heaven, you aren't in hell... You are on earth, but only as a soul, living in an empty world separated between 3 other planes of existence in solitude. How I was brought up, I was taught to believe Purgatory is a place where souls go when they have unfinished business in life and are unwilling to let go until that business is finished. And the soul will wander purgatory unaware that they have died, and being unable to complete what tasks that sent them there in the first place.

Basically, I think of it more as a place where your soul goes into limbo, which by itself could be considered a form of hell.

But I'm certainly not saying other people can't have their own interpretations. But knowing what I believe Purgatory to be, the context of the songs I write might make a little more sense.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice intro, has a familiar feel to it..

For some reason I thought of The Minibosses as I listened to like the first 30 secs of it, perhaps more specifically I thought of their cover of a tune from the Megaman series.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


not bad i liked the intro


Rated 5 / 5 stars


One time I squeezed my butthole really tight and it made a poop.