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Bone Palace Ballet [CD/DVD] [Bonus Tracks]

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Chiodos 10/28/2008

Review

On 2007's Bone Palace Ballet, its second outing for the Equal Vision label, the adventurous emo rock act Chiodos offers up an ambitious metal-tinged album. As always, the Michigan band presents a set of oddly named tunes ("I Didn't Say I Was Powerful, I Said I Was a Wizard"), but this time the group's arrangements are even more dynamic and dramatic, as on the dark, Wagnerian opener "Is It Progression If a Cannibal Uses a Fork?" which showcases frontman Craig Owens' expressive vocals.
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Two Birds Stoned at Once Chiodos 2:52
  3. 2 It Is Progression If a Cannibal Uses a Fork? Chiodos 3:26
  4. 3 Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot with a Monkey Face) Chiodos 5:22
  5. 4 Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered Chiodos 3:29
  6. 5 A Letter from Janelle Chiodos 3:16
  7. 6 I Didn't Say I Was Powerful, I Said I Was a Wizard Chiodos 4:10
  8. 7 ...and Then the Liver Sreamed "Help! " Chiodos 2:44
  9. 8 We Swam from Albatross, The Day We Lost Kailey Cost Chiodos 4:32
  10. 9 Life Is a Perception of Your Own Reality Chiodos 3:46
  11. 10 If I Cut My Hair, Hawaii Will Sink Chiodos 2:23
  12. 11 Smitten for the Mitten Chiodos 3:15
  13. 12 Intensity in Ten Cities Chiodos 4:34
  14. 13 The Undertaker's Thirst for Revenge Is Unquenchable (The Final Battle) Chiodos 4:12
  15. 14 I Didn't Say I Was Powerful, I Said I Was a Wizard [Acoustic] Chiodos 3:18
  16. 15 A Letter from Janelle [Acoustic] Chiodos 3:39
  17. 1 [CD-Rom Track] Chiodos null:null

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